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Video: Chevy Woods “Things Change”

Wiz Khalifa may be having a bit of down time due to the birth of this new born child. But that doesn’t mean Taylor Gang is slowing down any. Chevy Woods just dropped a new music video for “Things Change”, and was produced by Sap. He has a new mixtape, Gangland 2, scheduled to drop […]

Video Of The Week: Ssion “High”

“…so fierce and fabulous” — PEREZ HILTON “Critcheloe is a consummate talent, equal parts creator and performer, and he does it all with original, fascinating style.” — PAPER To celebrate his birthday earlier this week, pop-culture artisan and SSION frontman Cody Critcheloe teamed up with Dazed to debut his newest video creation for the Bent […]

Introducing: Tera Melos

Sacramento’s genre-benders Tera Melos premiere another new song from their forthcoming new album, The track, “Sunburn“ is available for stream and share. Tera Melos also launch extensive North American tour dates with Sargent House label mates, Britain’s This Town Needs Guns (now simply called TTNG) beginning in April. Tera Melos will be supporting X’ed Out, as will TTNG promote […]

Interview: Daley

From the first listen of “Alone Together” featuring Marsha Ambrosius,I was hooked. With smooth, subtle, sensitive and shrewd lyrics, noticeably coiffed, falsetto flowing, bespectacled Daley’s been making waves in an impressively established British neosoulquarium, and stands locked and loaded, armed with his upcoming official debut album, Days and Nights, ready to conquer the Western hemisphere […]

Brazos Announces New Album Saltwater Out May 28

Brazos has announced they will release their second full-length, Saltwater, May 28, 2013 on Dead Oceans. Saltwater will be the band’s first release for the label. The first single, “How the Ranks Was Won” premiered today with a video on SPIN. Created in a single weekend by Brazos frontman Martin Crane and some handy friends, […]

Video: Lightouts – “Not Today”

In anticipation of their debut album Want, out on March 5th, Brooklyn indie rockers Lightouts have released a video for opening song “Not Today”. It’s a 10,000 foot overview of sorts of what life has been like for this now four member band – They had better be ready for more plane rides to and […]

Artist Update: Tomahawk

  Photo credit: Tim Moss; Left to right: Duane Denison, John Stanier, Mike Patton, Trevor Dunn Tomahawk, who wrapped up the West Coast leg of their Oddfellows tour last night with a riotous show at The Mayan in Los Angeles, have confirmed a handful of June performances including stops in New York and Chicago. Last […]

Artist Update: King Tuff

  It’s always seemed as though Was Dead kinda came outta nowhere. Even for me, I don’t remember writing the songs and I barely remember recording them. I do know that they came from the purest part of my heart and they were made with a mischievous little smile on my face. I think it […]

Artist Update: How to destroy angels_

Listen: Welcome Oblivion How to destroy angels_ is a collective from Los Angeles composed of Mariqueen Maandig, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, and Rob Sheridan. After previously announcing their live debut at Coachella, HTDA are now proud to announce additional April tour dates in select North American cities with direct presales for a limited number of tickets […]

The Lumineers’ Debut Album Goes Platinum

Following their performance at the GRAMMY’s last week, Denver-based band The Lumineers sold over 66 thousand copies of their GRAMMY-nominated self-titled debut album to achieve Platinum sales status. Since its release last April by Dualtone, the album has sold over 1 million total records, and this week was #6 on the overall Billboard chart. The […]

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