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Boris announce “residency” US tour performing Flood album & all-time classics

Legendary Japanese trio Boris announce a series of US headlining residency shows in several major markets following their performance at Austin Psych Fest in late April. The residency tour, billed as “from the past, the present and through to the future” features Boris playing 2 consecutive nights in each city. For the first night, the […]

ADRENALINE MOB Announces U.S Tour Dates

Covers EP ‘Coverta’ to be released March 12, 2013 In support of their album Omerta and debut single, ‘Come Undone’, ADRENALINE MOB featuring Russell Allen (Symphony X), Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater), and Mike Orlando (Sonic Stomp) will be commencing a U.S. tour on March 12th. Additionally on that day, the band will be releasing Coverta, […]

Artist Update: Young Buffalo

Photo Credit: Murray Curnow Young Buffalo will embark on an extensive North American tour this spring with fellow indie crowd pleasers Hey Marseilles and Blessed Feathers. The Oxford, Mississippi duo will not only be playing the favorites from their self-titled EP, out now on Votiv, but will also be debuting new music from a special […]

On The Verge: Ducktails

Ducktails, the increasingly less “solo” endeavor of Matt Mondanile, is set to release The Flower Lane, which is the project’s fourth album and his first for Domino. Recorded and mixed over the summer of 2012 with Al Carlson (Peaking Lights, Oneohtrix Point Never) as Mondanile’s hectic schedule as a concurrent member of Real Estate began […]

Artist Update: Flosstradamus

Chicago powerhouse DJ duo Flosstradamus are gearing up to bring hours of trapafied dance frenzy to crowds across North America throughout their Underground Nights Tour this spring. Kicking off on 3/7 in Madison, the dates traverse across the continent through March and April with support from Atlanta’s DJ Spinz, the producer behind hits from Ca$h […]

Artist Update: Aesop Rock

Aesop Rock is a rap-game road warrior, announcing additional dates for this spring. Rob Sonic and DJ Big Wiz will join Aesop on stage and Busdriver will provide direct support for the Mid-West and West Coast shows. This announcement comes after Aesop Rock was forced to postpone his previous West Coast tour due to a […]

Artist Update: Washed Out

Washed Out, aka Ernest Greene, aka that band that does Portlandia’s opening theme song, has unleashed  new music for the world to enjoy. That’s the good news!  The bad news is we don’t yet have any hints of a new record. This was created for a Philips Electronics campaign. It is called “The Sound Of Creation”. […]

Bleached Announce Spring Tour Dates

On the heels of three well-received singles comes Ride Your Heart, the bombastic debut album by LA band, Bleached, out April 2 via Dead Oceans. We first brought the news to you a couple of weeks ago. Sisters Jennifer and Jessie Clavin match their ability to blend a mix of freewheeling ’77 punk with vintage […]

The Hood Internet to tour with Black Moth Super Rainbow

Last year, Chicago mashup powerhouses, The Hood Internet, expanded their reach into the realm of sample-free original content with the release of their debut LP, FEAT, on Decon Records and subsequent North American tour. In 2013, they will keep the sweat-inducing dance parties aflame on their US tour in support of Pittsburgh experimental electro outsiders […]

New Flux Pavilion EP

  Flux Pavilion kicks off 2013 with a (nuanced, tactful, melodic) bang, dropping his Blow The Roof EP on Circus/Atlantic/Big Beat today. Check out the mini-mix below it’s so hard it may you break your mouse. Make sure to listen to the track with Childish Gambino!  

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