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MP3: Thee Oh Sees “Toe Cutter – Thumb Buster”

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 […]

It’s the End of the Beginning for Streetlight Manifesto

Ska punkers Streetlight Manifesto have announced that their fifth studio album, The Hands That Thieve, will finally be released on April 30, 2013 after several months’ delay. With this news also came the bombshell that their “The End of the Beginning Tour,” kicking off late-April in France, will actually be their last. You can hear […]

Video: FIDLAR “Max Can’t Surf”

When they started in 2009, seeing FIDLAR meant showing up to a house party and eventually having this exchange with one of them. Zac Carper, The bands guitarist and singer (well, one of ’em) would hand you a red cup , throw an arm around your neck and probably end up blurting out how fucked […]

Artist Update: Wild Belle

Wild Belle have teamed up with some of their favorite radio stations to bring you their debut album ISLES. Visit KCRW, WXPN, or The Current – KCMP 89.3 FM Twin Cities – KMSE 88.7 FM Rochester to hear the album. Direct streaming links below: KCRW : WXPN : KCMP : Catch Wild Belle performing tracks off […]

On The Verge: Merchandise

Tampa, FL’s Merchandise are sharing the opening track off of their Totale Nite LP which is due out April 2nd on the impeccable Iowa-based Night-People Records. Totale Nite was recorded in the fall/winter of 2012 at The House Ov Infinity which is currently where most members reside in Tampa, and the record was mastered by […]

Watch Short Iceage Documentary By Cali Dewitt

Prior to the release of Iceage‘s sophomore album, You’re Nothing, out now on Matador Records, the Copenhagen four-piece made a trip to New York for performances at 285 Kent and the “Thrown Together” gallery event at Home Sweet Home, which featured performances and visuals by Iceage, as well as their peers, inspirations and more. Cali […]

The Coathangers On Tour Now + SXSW

Atlanta’s reigning garage rock daughters, The Coathangers, are set to hit the road and play Savannah Stopover, 35 Denton Fest, Galax Z Fair festivals before making their way down to Austin for this year’s SXSW. The Coathangers take their devil-may-care attitude and rowdy house-show vibe on a short stint of US dates before crossing over […]

Video: The Phoenix Foundation “The Captain”

New Zealand’s The Phoenix Foundation are all set to return with their new double album Fandango on May 14, 2013. The video for “The Captain” follows the exploits of some very choice animal-shaped balloons, and it was premiered via The Guardian. The band, who had a critical and commercial hit in the UK with 2011’s […]

Brazos Premiere New Live Videos

Brazos has premiered two new live videos with musical tastemakers, Braund Sound. The high-end Greenpoint studio filmed the band performing lead single “How the Ranks Was Won” as well as “Charm” from upcoming album Saltwater. Lead guitairst, singer and main mind behind Brazos, Martin Crane suffuses each track with energy and charisma, backed by Spencer […]

Ariel Pink Announces 2013 Tour Dates

Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti craft lo-fi recordings full of intrigue — and full of contradictions. The Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Pink writes songs that are melodic, catchy, and familiar — and in their own unorthodox way, recall the most immediate, accessible, straightforward FM pop/rock of the ’70s and ’80s. As a songwriter, Pink has a real […]

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