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On The Verge: XFactor1

XFactor1 was formed in the latter part of 2005 with the intent of bringing decadence, intensity and the true meaning of music back to a rock and metal scene that was sounding pretty tame and had lost its connection with the people that matter the most, the fans. Coming together during one of the brutal […]

Video Of The Week: A Place To Bury Strangers “Leaving Tomorrow”

A Place To Bury Strangers have released a new self-produced video today at SPIN for “Leaving Tomorrow,” the third single off the recently-released full length Worship. Filmed & performed by the band with the help of close friend Sam Donahue, the video is based on the short story “Katsu Gee” by Momo Fujiwara. The action […]

Artist Update: Boy Hits Car

BHC hit it big time in the days of Ra and Reveille with this song… BOY HITS CAR Exclusively Premier New Music Video for “Dreams” via BlankTV Southern California rockers BOY HITS CAR have just surfaced their new music video for “Dreams (Of Foreign Metabolic Circumstance)”, which is being exclusively premiered via BlankTV! “Dreams” comes […]

Introducing: Radical Something

We take pride in being on the cutting edge of discovering the best in new music. Earlier this summer as we were preparing to cover the Sammy Adams show at the House of Blue on Sunset Strip, we stumbled upon the Southern Cali trio Radical Something. The band providing the opening support have had a […]

Artist Update: YACHT

DFA Recording artists YACHT will launch a week long West Coast tour opening for Hot Chip tonight in Oakland. In October they will head back out with The Presets, including a show on October 19 at New York’s Terminal 5 during CMJ. Earlier this year, YACHT released the Le Goudron EP. Tour dates listed below.

Music Emissions Minute: Toronto Lands Its First Indie Rock Station

OK, the City of Toronto wasn’t built on indie rock, but it has an incredibly rich history of nurturing it through a lengthy list of local bands. And now, Canada’s largest metropolis finally has a true indie radio station to call its own. 88.1 Indie Toronto are committing themselves to a playlist of 40 percent […]

Music Emissions Minute: MJ’s Legacy Lives On at TIFF

The Toronto International Film Festival is back for its 37th edition of red carpet celebrity gawking, highbrow movie watching, and…rockstar documentaries? That’s right, TIFF has a most impressive history of screening music-related, non-fictional features, including recent ones from U2, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, and The White Stripes. 2012 doesn’t look to be any different, with […]

On The Verge: Woods

Woods shares the B-side of the recently released 7″ single for “Cali In a Cup,” The band has also added even more dates to their Fall tour. SPIN is now streaming Woods‘ new LP, Bend Beyond in full.  Last week, the band premiered the first video from the album , the Adarsha Benjamin-directed “Cali In a […]

On The Verge: Caspian

Opening for Minus The Bear and Cursive this fall, Caspian has a blend of post-rock rarely heard before…Do yourself a favor and click play.

Artist Update: Ty Segall

Today, Ty Segall shares with the world his brand new video for the hit single, “The Hill,” released last week on Drag City. Watch it below and via NPR Music, where it premiered earlier this morning, and relive the dominance of “The Hill” featuring Thee Oh Sees’ Brigid Dawson, alongside the man and video creator, […]

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