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Deap Vally’s Get Deap! EP Released + Tour Dates

Deap Vally are excited to release today their Get Deap! EP, which is the band’s first U.S. release on Cherrytree/Communion/Interscope/Island. The Get Deap! EP offers fans their first taste of what’s to come on the band’s upcoming full-length album, which is near completion and will be released later this year. The EP includes 4 tracks, including the band’s […]

Capital Cities’ Debut Album Out June 11th

Capitol Records, in partnership with Lazy Hooks will release In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery, the debut album from Capital Cities, on June 11. The Los Angeles based outfit – founded and fronted by Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian, two jingle writers who met on Craigslist  – will be previewing songs from the album during […]

White Fence shares a new track from Cyclops Reap

  White Fence drops another new track, hear the first one here. “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. […]

Dirty Beaches Announces Double LP

  Photo Credit: Daniel Boud This week we were given another glimpse of the new Dirty Beaches double LP coming out on May 21st on ZOO MUSIC with the release of a new track “Landscapes In The Mist.” Drifters/Love is the Devil marks a new direction for the ever evolving artist, who recently spoke with […]

Peace NME Cover

  In the wise words of Paul Revere, the Brits are coming!! Check out Birmingham, England’s Peace on this week’s cover of NME below, hitting the US for their first tour here in May / June.

Jimmy Eat World Announce New Album ‘Damage’ To Be Released June 11 on RCA Records

Jimmy Eat World will release their seventh studio album, Damage, on June 11th on RCA Records.  Damage, is the follow up to 2010’s critically-acclaimed Invented, and the first release on their label partner RCA Records. Damage was produced by Jimmy Eat World and Alain Johannes (Mark Lanegan, Chris Cornell) and recorded in the fall of 2012 at the producer’s Los Angeles home […]

Tour Review: Garbage at Toronto’s Sound Academy (3/28)

It’s been a long haul for alt-rock veterans Garbage in the nearly 12 months since the release of their comeback album Not Your Kind of People. After abruptly announcing an infinite hiatus during the promotion for Bleed Like Me way back in 2005, the band have done their best to make up for lost time. […]

Video: Thee Oh Sees “Minotaur”

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 […]

New Music From The Thermals

Consequence Of Sound has premiered an MP3 of The Thermals new single “The Sunset,” along with a lyric video for the track. In the cold, sweeping darkness of The Thermals’ upcoming LP Desperate Ground, “The Sunset” is an obvious ray of light. Like the sun itself, the song is wide, warm, and more than a little dangerous at close range. […]

Artist Update: Bleeding Rainbow

Coming off a string of successful SXSW shows, Bleeding Rainbow is embarking on a national tour with Cave Singers (Jagjaguwar).  Earlier this year, Bleeding Rainbow released third LP Yeah Right, receiving rave reviews from Rolling Stone, Stereogum, KEXP, and more, as well as receiving public proclamations of adoration from Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, the […]

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