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Watch Jehnny Beth’s New Short Film “We Will Sin Together”

By: Staff – Jehnny Beth has shared a new short film by acclaimed creative studio Hingston Studio, for the song “We Will Sin Together”.   “We Will Sin Together” is a music video as film; high-art pop seamlessly blending sound and vision.  Focused on an intimate encounter of male and female alter egos exploring pleasure, power … Continue reading

Jehnny Beth Shares New Track “Innocence”

By: Staff – Jehnny Beth has released a third track titled “Innocence”. The track is about the feeling of isolation and distance Beth has experienced many times in big cities despite being so close to people all the time. Although recorded well before this, in many ways, it is an eerily prescient song of our now.   … Continue reading

Jehnny Beth Announces Debut Solo Album, Shares New Song + 2020 Tour Dates

By: Staff – Jehnny Beth will release her debut solo album, To Love Is To Live, on May 8th, 2020 via Caroline Records. The record, which was recorded in Los Angeles, London, and Paris, features a number of collaborators, including producers Flood, Atticus Ross, and longtime co-creator Johnny Hostile, and guest turns from the xx’s Romy Madley Croft, actor Cillian Murphy, and IDLES’ Joe Talbot. Beth … Continue reading

Photos: Meadows Music Festival 2016 – J Cole, Savages, Empire Of The Sun

Photos by: Saidy Lopez –  Day one of Meadows Music Festival 2016 at  at Citi Field in Queens, New York on October 1st featured performances by hip-hop artist J Cole, who released his third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, on December 9th, 2014 via Columbia, UK post-punk band Savages, who released their second album, Adore Life, on January 22nd, … Continue reading

Photos: Pitchfork Festival 2016 – Sufjan Stevens, Brian Wilson, Blood Orange

Photos by: Kari Terzino –  Day two of Pitchfork Festival 2016 on July 16th featured performances by Acclaimed indie pop singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens, who released his seventh album, Carrie & Lowell, on March 31st, 2015 via Asthmatic Kitty, which follows up his 2010 album, The Age of Adz, rock-pop singer-songwriter Brian Wilson, who in addition to being known … Continue reading

Photos: Savages, Angus Tarnawsky @ The Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Orest Dorosh –  UK post-punk band Savages, who released their second album, Adore Life, on January 22nd, 2016 via Matador, which followed their 2013 debut album, Silence Yourself, which received a nomination for the 2013 Mercury Prize, performed at The Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night with Brooklyn-based experimental/punk singer-songwriter Angus Tarnawsky, who released his debut EP … Continue reading

Contest: (19+) Win 2 Tickets to Savages in Toronto!

Date: April 4 | Doors: 7pm Venue: The Danforth Music Hall You can enter only once via one of the following entry methods: Follow Aesthetic Magazine on Twitter and tweet the following message: Contest: (19+) Win 2 tickets to Savages in #Toronto! | Follow @Aesthetic_Mag + RT | https://t.co/IwV95ttt3E pic.twitter.com/RKDXrn1yff — Aesthetic Magazine (@Aesthetic_Mag) March 21, 2016 Share & Like our “Savages” post, and send … Continue reading

Album Review: Savages – “Adore Life”

By: Tyler Nyquvest –       The sloping landscape of post-punk revival is certainly tough ground to trek. While the past decade has seen a handful of new rock revolutionaries break through the overly constructed music mold, groups of this genre have largely disbanded, seeking innovation and reformation to sustain their music careers. London-based band … Continue reading

Photos: Iceland Airwaves 2013 – Day 4 (Savages, Gold Panda, Mykki Blanco + More)

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) – The 4th day of Iceland Airwaves 2013 featured UK post-punk quartet Savages, who released their acclaimed debut album, Silence Yourself, on May 6th via Matador, along with UK electronic producer/DJ Gold Panda, who released his second album, Half of Where You Live, on June 11 via Ghostly International, US rapper Mykki … Continue reading

Concert Review + Photos: Savages, Duke Garwood @ The Opera House

By: Mehek Seyid (@whatthemehek) – It’s rare to see a band so early on in their career possess the ability to command a stage with the presence of a veteran. With every movement, guitar riff, and cymbal crash, UK-based post-punk revival quartet Savages demonstrated at their show at The Opera House in Toronto last night and … Continue reading