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Artist Update: Tame Impala

Press Release ‘Elephant’ is the beastly first single proper from Tame Impala’s forthcoming second album, Lonerism, to be released this coming October 5 (AUS) / 8 (UK) / 9 (USA) on Modular Recordings, as we first told you earlier this month. A swaggering glam strut about a cocky jock playing the jerk, ‘Elephant’ is Tame […]

Artist Update: Kreayshawn

It’s been about 2 months since Kreayshawn released a new music video, and it’s already been nearly a year since the young white female emcee  busted onto the indie music scene. The Northern California rapper seemed to explode onto the interwebz overnight, with her viral music video “Gucci Gucci”. It’s been awhile since she has […]

Episode 115: Scoping Osheaga 2012

Welcome to another edition of Music Emissions podcast of the week. I am the ROCKthusiast Gilles LeBlanc, and this is my very first full-length podcast! Next month I’ll be covering the legendary Osheaga Festival in Montreal. What better way to get prepared then playing some music for you from just a few of my favorites […]

Contest: Unsigned and Wound Up 8

Hello again indie faithful, it’s almost that time again. As a quick reminder, Unsigned and Wound Up is Music Emissions’ famed but rebooted “Indie Of The Year” contest. We will be publishing volume eight of this series in the last week of August. Indie artists from around the world are asked to submit their best […]

Interview: Cymbals Eat Guitars

What have New York indie rockers Cymbals Eat Guitars been up to? After releasing last year’s  Lenses Alien on Barsuk Records and touring, they haven’t been much in the spotlight lately.  They have been playing most recently with A Place To Bury Strangers. We were originally going to catch up with the band at SXSW, but […]

Sunday’s Best: 311

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. Photo by Michelle Pelissero 311‘s new album Universal Pulse, was […]

Pitchfork Festival 2012 Review

Review by special guest correspondent Angeleeta Sosnowski, photos by Robert Loerzel and Chris DeVille Summertime brings two things: heat and a cavalcade of music fests.  It has been a few years since I hit up the later, so I decided that it was time to return to the festival circuit by attending the annual Pitchfork […]

Tour Review: Sammy Adams

Review and photos by  Special Guest Correspondant Ryan Himmelrick The House of Blues on the famously known sunset strip located in Los Angeles hosted yet another epic performance by some great up and coming entertainers of our time. The night started with the floorspace quickly swelling with fans of Boston’s boy Sammy Adams (formerly Sam Adams), as well […]

Artist Update: Two Door Cinema Club

Two Door Cinema Club  have a brand new record, Beacon, due out September 4th. They put their first single, “Sleep Alone” on their website as a free download for 24 hours. We know some of you may have slept on it, so here it is. You may remember they were last in the news for working […]

Video Of The Week: Justice “New Lands”

Justice did not hold back on this one – their new video is a big budget masterpiece whose closest analogs are major motion pictures (Escape From New York, Rollerball, Any Given Sunday are immediate parallels). From the band/Ed Banger:   “First, there are

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