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Video: Thee Oh Sees “Minotaur”

We all know the type:  Prolific bands who commit every loose thought, stray idea and 90-second song fragment to tape. Bands who pay no attention to little inconveniences like “release cycles” or “self-editing,” and instead decide that quantity equals quality, creating a discography more labyrinthine, imposing and – ultimately – exhausting than the cast of […]

Contest: Win A Trip To The Vans Warped Tour

Tilly’s is sending 5 winners to this summer’s Vans Warped Tour! Fill it out now, don’t wait–enter here now!

New Music From The Thermals

Consequence Of Sound has premiered an MP3 of The Thermals new single “The Sunset,” along with a lyric video for the track. In the cold, sweeping darkness of The Thermals’ upcoming LP Desperate Ground, “The Sunset” is an obvious ray of light. Like the sun itself, the song is wide, warm, and more than a little dangerous at close range. […]

Artist Update: Bleeding Rainbow

Coming off a string of successful SXSW shows, Bleeding Rainbow is embarking on a national tour with Cave Singers (Jagjaguwar).  Earlier this year, Bleeding Rainbow released third LP Yeah Right, receiving rave reviews from Rolling Stone, Stereogum, KEXP, and more, as well as receiving public proclamations of adoration from Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, the […]

Video: Major Lazer “Watch Out For This (Bumaye)”

Take a look at Major Lazer‘s official lyric video for “Watch Out For This (Bumaye)”, off their upcoming album FREE THE UNIVERSE out April 15th on Secretly Canadian/Mad Decent/Downtown Records.  The video was released on POTATO; an electronic music network curated by A-Trak, Skrillex and Diplo. Major Lazer is the digital reggae/dancehall project of Diplo(Philadelphia’s Wes Pentz) and Switch (London’s […]

Artist Update: Spectrals

In 2009 Spectrals began life as a one man band. That one man was Heckmondwike, Yorkshire resident, Louis Jones, and he played everything on his early releases himself. A number of singles were released on labels such as Captured Tracks, Tough Love, Underwater People and Moshi Moshi; somewhere along the way Louis recruited his brother, […]

White Lung play NXNE, Touring with METZ & Iceage

After knocking out this year’s SXSW as one of the most talked about and must see acts, Vancouver’s furiously melodic punk band, White Lung, will perform at Pitchfork and NXNE Festivals this summer.  White Lung are currently out on an extensive spring tour which includes dates with METZ, Iceage, Pissed Jeans and Merchandise.  Sorry (Deranged Records), their […]

Introducing: Houses

Los Angeles duo Houses have announced that they’ll be joining Baths as main support on his upcoming national tour.  Coming off a strong SXSW showing, an upcoming sold out  San Francisco show and having already been announced as main support on Cold War Kids April dates complemented with a remix of their single“Miracle Mile” which premiered on FILTER today, Houses are on […]

White Woods announces 7″ for Suicide Squeeze & shares song

White Woods is the alias for Julia Kugel, better known for her work as the guitarist and vocalist for Atlanta’s riotous garage rockers The Coathangers. Under her solo moniker, Kugel delivered a heartfelt blend of golden-oldies and subdued Americana with her debut single on Suicide Squeeze last year. Now Kugel is back with another two-song […]

Interview: Rival Sons’ Jay Buchanan

As a kid on the 70’s/80’s cusp, classic rock played an integral part of my childhood. Artists like Pink Floyd, Dire Straits, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Free rattled from our car’s speakers crisscrossing the country on frequent road trips and their songs remain imprinted on my cerebellum permanently. Nerdily scoping the regular […]

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