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Vitamin Water and Fader present: Uncapped Featuring Frank Ocean and Bon Iver

Photography Credit: Geordie Wood and Roger Kisby This summer, Vitaminwater partnered with The FADER to bring you “”Uncapped“,” a nationwide concert series dedicated to bringing the best artists working in hip-hop, electronic and indie rock and combining them in an unprecedented series of shows. The final concert of the series took place in New York […]

Tour Review: The Killers at Toronto’s Sound Academy (9/22)

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I entered Toronto’s Sound Academy for The Killers on Saturday, September 22nd. The pride of Las Vegas were playing a warm-up show of sorts ahead of the much bigger tour to come in support of new album Battle Born. They’ll actually be back in town three months from […]

Artist Update: KYNG

  Southern California’s KYNG will join Megadeth on their 4-week Countdown To Extinction 20th Anniversary Tour kicking off November 9 in Providence, RI. The dates comes on the heels of KYNG’s current outing on the Triple Threat Tour with Seether and Sick Puppies and wraps up a busy year on the road for the trio […]

Video Of The Week: Diplo Featuring Jahan Lennon “About That Life”

New music & video today from Diplo– “About That Life” featuring Jahan Lennon via Jeffrees, video via Karmaloop TV.  Diplo’s follow-up album to 2004’sFlorida is slated for 2013. “About That Life” sounds like an acid induced psychedelic gem ripped straight from Diplo’s infamous mix series, AEIOU. Featuring Jahan Lennon of the now deceased Mad Decent band Popo, you’ll find […]

Artist Update: How To Destroy Angels

How To Destroy Angels is a collective from Los Angeles composed of Mariqueen Maandig, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, and Rob Sheridan. An Omen EP will be their debut release on Columbia Records, available November 13th digitally and on 12″ vinyl. You’ll begin to hear it and see it in the coming weeks.   Today, How To Destroy Angels shared a […]

Music Emissions Minute: Death from Above 1979, Alive and Well

Well this was a little surprising. Death from Above 1979, the noisy Canadian duo who infamously broke up after only one full-length album, only to reunite last year for the festival circuit, are apparently working on new material. In a blog post on their site simply entitled “Ok.,” drummer Sebastien Grainger said the band’s new […]

Covers: Tallest Man On Earth “Lost My Shape”

The Tallest Man On Earth recently stopped by KEXP. Here is a live cover of David Bazan‘s “Lost My Shape”. It was recorded on September 9, 2012. We just witnessed his live show in person, and can confirm how amazing it is. Full review coming soon. You can find current tour dates here. Via Muzzle Of […]

Artist Update: Deftones

It’s finally here, new Deftones!!! According to NME, Koi No Yokan will be the Sacremento metal band’s seventh full-length effort, will be released on November 12 in the UK and November 13 in the US. The record is the follow-up to 2010’s Diamond Eyes was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, […]

Introducing: Passenger Peru

by special guest correspondent Jon Kopecky It’s that time of year again. The time when you realize the long, hot days of summer are finally retreating and the impending crisp nights of autumn are near. It really isn’t that bad when you think about how long this past summer of 2012 managed to stick around, […]

Introducing: Bruiser Brigade

Today Scion A/V and Fool’s Gold release a 4-track EP of new music from Detroit’s musically and stylistically trailblazing rap group, Bruiser Brigade. The release is available as a free download at Formed by critically acclaimed microphone hero Danny Brown, the Bruiser Brigade (an MC collective featuring Brown, Dopehead, CHIP$, Chavis Chandler, TrplBlk Mandingo, […]

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