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Artist Update: White Fence

White Fence announces new LP, CYCLOPS REAP, hear a new track now “I have cyclops vision now. But I’m not a giant. I changed my name and body only, and stabbed my social nous in the right ear. I still read fear but there are no police this year. I can repeat the same dream. […]

The Agonist announces tour dates with DANZIG, CORROSION OF CONFORMITY

Extreme metallers The Agonist have announced a string of dates with Danzig and Corrosion Of Conformity along the West Coast! In regards to these upcoming tour dates (and the recent cancellation of their trek with CRADLE OF FILTH in February/March), the band comments: “We were very honored and excited to have been included on this […]

Artist Update: Maps & Atlases

Barsuk Records is excited to release Maps & Atlases‘ new video for “Fever,” off their latest album Beware & Be Grateful. NPR premiered the video as part of their “First Watch” series, and it is available for posting. The clip, which further develops the story of an anonymous man introduced in their album trailer video, was […]

Video Of The Week: Flatbush Zombies “MRAZ”

February is now half over already, proving my personal theory that time is speeding up. Just a couple of weeks ago, which is like dog years in internet time, one of my favorite new hip-hops bands Flatbush Zombies dropped a new music video. I discovered them last year in 2012. Already quickly approaching half a million views, […]

Generationals announce first leg of North American tour

Since releasing their debut full-length Con Law in 2009, Generationals have consistently delivered pop hooks shone through a melancholic prism. 2013’s Heza brings the band to Polyvinyl and along with the label change, comes a subtle but significant sonic shift. Recorded in phases at Jim Eno’s Public Hifi in Austin, producer Daniel Black’s Bent Black […]

Introducing: Useless Eaters

The Useless Eaters have little hints of classic punk like the Urinals and the Fall reveal themselves throughout the album’s nineteen(!) minutes, but the same could be said for most garage-punk records these days. What sets Sutton apart is his magnetic charisma and his ability to siphon all of his influences into a style very […]

Artist Update: The Coathangers

Atlanta’s reigning garage rock daughters The Coathangers return March 19 with the third installment in their series of split 7”s on Suicide Squeeze. This time they’ve teamed up with labelmates Nü Sensae. Both new listeners and longtime fans of The Coathangers will be whipped into a frenzy with “Derek’s Song”, a party-banger perfectly encapsulating the […]

Introducing: LVMRKS

Neil Busch, former vocalist/bassist/songwriter in …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead during that band’s peak is back with a new band called LVMRKS and forthcoming debut album. The group also features bassist Jonathan Hischke (Broken Bells, Hella, Dot Hacker, et al.) and drummer Dave Clifford (Red Sparowes, The VSS) alongside Busch on […]

Introducing: Pacific Air

PACIFIC AIR, have hit the road with Walk The Moon. The jaunt will see the group traverse the entire east coast in support of its recently released four-song debut EP for Republic Records, Long Live Koko. Then, in February, they’ll embark on a run with Ra Ra Riot leading up through March. Watch the sunny […]

On The Verge: Alex Bleeker & The Freaks

  New Jersey-born Alex Bleeker is an old soul. For his sophomore album, How Far Away, he lets that come into play fully. Over 11 tracks, he deals with the autumnal phase of lost love, the point after the grieving subsides and you start figuring out what you’re supposed to do next. As with his […]

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