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Artist Update: tUnE-yArDs

tUnE-yArDs is currently on tour as the opening support in Europe for St. Vincent. It has just been announced that they will be also touring North American this summer. Dates are listed below: June 1st, 2012       Terminal 5                                    New York, NY June 3rd, 2012     9:30 Club                                       Washington, DC […]

On The Verge: Chiddy Bang

Breakout electro inspired hip-hop duo Chiddy Bang, comprised of rapper Chiddy and producer Xaphoon Jones, releases their much buzzed about debut album Breakfast exclusively on the iTunes Store today ( and nationally with all retail and digital outlets on February 28th. Additionally, Chiddy Bang’s song “Handclaps & Guitars” will be this week’s FREE iTunes “Single […]

Governors Ball Music Festival 2012

Founders Entertainment is excited to announce the lineup for the 2012 edition of the Governors Ball Music Festival. Expanding to two days in its second year, the festival will take place on June 23rdand 24th, providing attendees with a full weekend’s worth of good times and great music spread across two stages with no overlapping […]

Episode 107: Original American Indie

A brief look at some of the music and the artists which have shaped modern music and yet, in some cases, have been all but forgotten.

Artist Update: Curren$y

If you thought that Spitta Andretti put out a lot of material quickly last year, just wait until 2012!  2 weeks ago on Super Bowl Sunday, Curren$y released a new free mixtape called Here. You can download it for free here. Then just last week, he finally released Muscle Car Chronicles, the seventh studio album.  […]

SXSW 2012 Scouting Report: Volume 4

Just like in high school and college sports, the music industry has become enamored and obsessed with discovering the next profound promise of potential.  Originally started in 1987, SXSW has matured and blossomed into the premier talent showcase for musicians around the world. As we journey towards this incredible opportunity, we decided to take an […]

Artist Update: The Sounds

The Swedish rock band The Sounds recently completed a tour of North America, and are currently in the midst of a European Tour with The Limousines. You can see a trailer for their new tour below.  Last week, they posted a new music video for “Yeah Yeah Yeah”, from the album Something To Die For. […]

On The Verge: Widowspeak

To say that Widowspeak is a Northwest band is to tell a half-truth.  After all they formed in a Brooklyn apartment thousands of miles to the east, and their guitarist has never even seen the Pacific Ocean.  There are aspects of the band’s sound- abrasive guitar hooks, immediate drumming and incessant codas—that speak to living […]

On The Verge: Danny Brown

In an era of industry-obsessed MCs, interchangeable hashtag raps, and “viral” everything, it has become increasingly difficult to find a true original in the rap game. Yet ask anyone who’s been paying attention and they’ll tell you: Danny Brown is that dude. In 2011 the Motor City MC teamed up with Fool’s Gold Records and […]

Sunday’s Best: Sublime

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods. Completely unmatched by any band in the history of music […]

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