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Artist Update: White Fence

White Fence‘s new LP, CYCLOPS REAP is due April 9th via Thee Oh Sees‘ Castleface label, and preceding that is the “Pink Gorilla” 7″ — “Fragility” is one of two exclusive B-sides on the single (that’s the 7″ cover art above). The single is a split release between Castleface and Tim Presley’s own Birth Records. […]

Interview: Chris Richardson

With a lethal lady-slaying combo of bad boy charm and sensitive songwriting chops, American Idol (AI) alum Chris Richardson stands ready to enter a new chapter of his life, releasing his debut album soon on Lil Wayne and Birdman affiliated Cash Money Records. For those that watched AI, Chris sang on that famous stage on […]

Live Show Review: Lianne La Havas with Jamie N. Commons at El Rey

Releasing one of my favorite albums of 2012,British singer/songwriter Lianne La Havas earned a top spot on my must-see acts list for 2013. Is Your Love Big Enough? was simply poignant, light and fresh with Lianne’s voice gliding from song to song like an airy, acoustic jazz-tinged waltz. Seeing her briefly in February at the […]

SXSW 2013 Video: Action Bronson “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” Live

Do you know the feeling of rushing home from a concert or music festival, and quickly trying to look up live video from the show?  That’s how we feel about SXSW. One of the most important parts of a successful SXSW experience isn’t just attending everything (impossible), but knowing how to find coverage of what you missed. We […]

Interview: OTHERWISE

‘True Love Never Dies’ is not just a group of songs, it’s a journey that tells a story. Sibling rockers Adrian and Ryan Patrick have dedicated the disc to their late cousin, a man they say always wore his heart on his sleeve when it came to living life. “We don’t really have the words […]

Video: Generationals “Put A Light On”

Formed in 2008 by ex-Eames Era guitarists/songwriters Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, New Orleans-based indie pop outfit Generationals craft hook-filled indie pop that draws liberally from rock and pop’s ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s heydays, while maintaining enough modern sensibilities to remain relevant in the MP3 age. Like their Park the Van contemporaries Dr. Dog, Spinto […]

Teebs Remakes Hundred Water’s “Boreal”

Rather than remixing Hundred Water‘s “Boreal” for their upcoming EP, abstract producer Teebs created a new ambient work inspired by the original, to which Waters’ Nicole Miglis contributed new vocal tracks.This remix of Florida amniotic folk act Hundred Waters’ shimmery “Boreal”, from last year’s solid self-titled debut, comes courtesy of Brainfeeder-associated abstractionist Teebs– and it’s […]

Best Coast Announces Tour With Green Day

Southern California duo Best Coast is friends Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno. The pair met nearly a decade ago through the LA music scene and shared passions for art, food and local culture. Best Coast released their debut album Crazy for You in the summer of 2010, and the critically-acclaimed, Jon Brion-produced follow up The […]

Artist Update: Diamond Rings

Diamond Rings and Los Angeles indie alternative quintet , Youngblood Hawke have swapped remixes! Youngblood Hawke added a devilishly danceable energy to the Canadian stalwart’s single “Runaway Love,” while Diamond Rings took on “Last Time,” giving it a fresh and fiery spin. In addition to seven spectacular performances at SXSW (Brooklyn Vegan, FILTER, VEVOtv and […]

ON AN ON North American Spring Tour Dates

Here’s newly-formed band ON AN ON with the song “Ghosts,” the first song off their forthcoming debut album, Give In, which came out January 29 on Roll Call Records. The band is Nate Eiesland, Alissa Ricci and Ryne Estwing, who had been performing together for the last few years with the indie group Scattered Trees. […]

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