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On The Verge: The Tallest Man On Earth

The Tallest Man On Earth‘s Kristian Matsson celebrated the release of his new album There’s No Leaving Now with a sold out performance at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles earlier this summer. LA Weekly was there to cover the show saying “The staging was sparse, consisting of little more than a quiver of guitars, […]

Artist Update: PUJOL

Following the recent release of PUJOL‘s highly anticipated debut full-length album, UNITED STATES OF BEING, on Saddle Creek, Nashville’s proclaimed “philosopher king” is hitting the road this fall for a North American tour. Prolific frontman Daniel Pujol crafts catchy rock and roll anthems with lyrics that are highly intellectual, politically-driven poetry. Rolling Stone described the […]

The XX “Sunset”

Nearly everyone is awaiting the anticipated release of the UK’s The XX. Coexist, their 2nd, is due out September 11th. We’ve already showed you the album artwork and track listing previously. Here’s another new song from the same project, called “Sunset”, to hold us over until then. Update (August 29): Apparently all the links to […]

Video: Sleigh Bells “End Of The Line”

It’s been a crazy whirlwind of a year for the New York noise pop duo of Sleigh Bells. They released their second record, Reign Of Terror, and made appearances on both SNL and Spin. They have been the opening tour support for both Red Hot Chili Peppers and Refused. They have also just announced last […]

Contest: Easy Star All-Stars (closed)

As we told you a few weeks ago, the legends of Reggae cover artistry are back and with yet another epic album tale, draped in Reggae/Dub style. Sample

Artist Update: Aesop Rock

Continuing the momentum of a successful summer tour, Aesop Rock has announced more dates in support of his latest album Skelethon, starting October 1 in Detroit with tickets are on sale today. Aesop is joined by Rob Sonic and DJ Big Wiz on stage with Dark Time Sunshine providing direct support and the mid-set haircut. Skelethon […]

Sunday’s Best: Animal Collective

Back in the day, when this place was crawling with forums and chats about random acts of music, we used to poll ourselves to see which release by an artist not only set them atop of the industry but stapled them in as musical gods. Animal Collective are a group of four best friends who […]

On The Verge: Liturgy

Brooklyn based Liturgy is Hunter Hunt Hendrix and Bernard Gann. Aesthethica, their second album and third release, shows the band exploring, in greater depth, themes initially touched on by their critically acclaimed debut album, Renihilation. The band used every instrument, literal or figurative, to produce meaning and intensity, disregarding the genre boundaries of black metal, […]

Vitaminwater and FADER present: Uncapped Featuring Matt & Kim, Nas

Your personal playlists aren’t defined by genres, so why should your concerts be? Sometimes the most exciting sounds come from the most unexpected combinations. This summer, Vitaminwater has partnered with 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 […]

Ariel Pink premieres “Only In My Dreams” video

“Mature Themes, Pink’s grittier, gristlier, and funnier follow-up, clarifies that Before Today was not a sign of things to come but rather just a signpost along his unknowable path.” – Pitchfork, Best New Music review “Mature Themes is the best thing Pink has ever done.” Stereogum “The work of a unique mind.” NME “Ariel Pink […]

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