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On The Verge: 3 Inches Of Blood

Vancouver metal mavens, 3 Inches Of Blood has announced a co-headlining North American tour alongside blackened thrashers Goatwhore. The tour brings 23 days of menacing metal to the masses and will make a memorable stop in Worcester, MA for the infamous New England Metal & Hardcore Festival on April 20th. Making their triumphant return from defending […]

Artist Update: Delicate Steve

NY-based multi-instrumentalist Delicate Steve (Steve Marion) has announced new US tour dates behind his critically acclaimed sophomore album, Positive Force, out now on Luaka Bop. Commencing on February 21 at Wesleyan University, the tour will include several appearances at SXSW 2013, as well as performances at Savannah Stopover and Treefort Music Festivals. Delicate Steve is […]

On The Verge: IO Echo

  2013 is shaping up to be a year of epic live pairings for IO ECHO. The LA industrial-tinged duo of Ioanna Gika and Leopold Ross just wrapped up a string of dates with indie powerhouses Bloc Party and are now gearing up to hit the road once more, this time with iconic 90s alt […]

The Melvins Release New Album

The Melvins return with a 13-track covers album titled Everybody Loves Sausages, which is set for an Apr. 30 release via Ipecac Recordings. “This record will give people a peak into the kind of things that influence us musically,” explains Buzz Osborne. “We REALLY like all of these songs along with the bands who actually […]

YACHT and Los Campesinos! remix Parenthetical Girls

Parenthetical Girls will release its new album, Privilege (Abridged) on Feb. 19 – their pals YACHT and Los Campesinos! have done exquisite remixes of two of the album’s best songs which you can stream on the P. Girls SoundCloud. They will also be hitting the road soon and appearing at SXSW – see full list […]

Video Of The Week: Ra Ra Riot “Beta Love”

“Songs of direct melodic and emotional thrust.” – The New York Times “Danceable songs packed full of hooks, thanks to Wes Miles’ solid songwriting.” – The Washington Post “[‘Is It Too Much’] is a song that gets the prize for the catchiest track I’ve heard so far.” – NPR Music All Songs Considered “In the […]

On The Verge: ONE-EYED DOLL

February 8, 2013 (Los Angeles, CA) — Austin’s power rock duo ONE-EYED DOLL is pleased to announce they will be touring the US as direct support for OTEP. Featuring opening support from PICTURE ME BROKEN, this female fronted tour is sure to be one of the most talked about happenings this Spring. Kicking off on […]

Artist Update: The 1975

Manchester’s The 1975 are finally coming stateside. The guys will play their first US shows down at SXSW before kicking off a headline run that will visit Chicago, NYC, and DC among other markets. In celebration of the announcement, the band just posted their new track “Head.Cars.Bending” on Soundcloud. The song appears on the forthcoming […]

Introducing: Night Moves

Praise for Night Moves: “They’re wonderfully weird and experimental — the slow-grooving songs on Colored Emotions have rich layers of twanging guitars and shuffling, pounding drums. The result is a blend of psychedelic Americana and 2010s indie pop, and the album gets richer with each listen thanks to the unexpected song structures and tight musicianship.” […]

MP3: Field Music Remix Dutch Uncles’ “Nomento”

The Manchester-based math pop group Dutch Uncles get remixed by fellow pop-eccentrics Field Music. David Brewis of Field Music adds vocal flourishes and a slew of synth sounds to Dutch Uncles’ “Nomento.” Listen to the remix over at Pitchfork. Dutch Uncles’ new album Out Of touch In The Wild comes out April 2 on Memphis […]

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