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IceAge, “You’re Nothing” (Matador)

Denmark teens Iceage do not reinvent their sound on their sophomore release. Hell, not only does “You’re Nothing” not stray very far from their debut “New Brigade,” is more often than not does not stray very far from 1981 Los Angeles. But as indebted to hardcore as they are (and post-rock, shoegaze, etc) the band […]

Episode 122: Unsigned and Wound Up 10

Welcome to another edition of Unsigned and Wound Up, volume 10 ladies and gents. The top three vote-getters will receive a professional review from a staff writer. The top vote-getter receives an interview feature.

Guards Will Join Portugal.The Man on Tour This Summer

Guards will join Portugal. The Man on tour in June and July, rounding out a busy couple of months on the road that includes dates with Palma Violets, Best Coast, Alt-J, and appearances at Lollapalooza, Primavera Sound, and more. On tour in support of their new album In Guards We Trust (Black Bell Records), the New York-based band just performed […]

New Daft Punk Song: “Get Lucky”

The one and only electronic duo Daft Punk are finally back! In anticipation of their new record Random Access Memories out May 21, here is their very first official single from the upcoming project. It’s called “Get Lucky”, and features special guest Pharrell Williams.  You may remember they teased us with those SNL TV ads a while back. […]

Tour Review: Black Angels

The Black Angels used lights and a lot of hard rock to electrify the crowd at Newport Music Hall in Columbus April 17. A capacity crowd enjoyed the concert, which saw the band use odd lighting in the background to excite the audience. The lighting used different colors, although it often went to black and […]

Outside Lands Announces 2013 Lineup!

Another Planet Entertainment, Superfly Presents and Starr Hill presents, in a partnership with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, are very proud to announce the lineup for the sixth annual Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival. The world’s only gourmet music festival that Rolling Stone called “one of America’s best,” will once again take […]

Video: Flume “More Than You Thought”

Flume just wrapped up his first (and massively successful) tour of the US, which followed a breakout run at SXSW and Ultra Fest. He sold out virtually every show on tour, an amazing feat considering he had previously only played in New York City, and during the insanity of CMJ, no less. Now he’s back home, […]

Greil Marcus lectured in Columbus April 11

Legendary popular music critic Greil Marcus talked about his book  Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century at the Columbus College of Art of Design April 11. Marcus talked about demonstrations in churches in France in 1950 and by a female punk rock band in Russia in 2012 leading to arrests of the band […]

Doldrums Releases Video For “Lost In Everyone” and On Tour with Crystal Castles

Photo Credit: Jonathan Hyde Doldrums has solidified his position as one of the year’s most progressive and promising new artists, lauded by critics as an innovator whose approach is shaping the future of electronic music. Following the Arbutus Records release of the well received debut, Lesser Evil, this past February, Doldrums delivers a fiercely energetic […]

Icky Blossoms and Black Lips split 7″ for Record Store Day

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Omaha based electro-pop three-piece, Icky Blossoms, have paid homage to Siouxsie and the Banshees’ post-punk classic, “Arabian Knights.” Icky Blossoms’ rework is powered by subterranean synth lines, a propulsive electro-industrial rhythm, and the same classic guitar riff that you know oh so well. Since the 2012 release of […]

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