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Artist Update: A-Trak

DJ hero, dance music trailblazer, French Canadian heartbreaker… you see the hat, you know it’s A-Trak! He’s been hard at work cooking up new music just for you, and Fool’s Gold is proud to present them as the Tuna Melt EP – four tracks of inescapably catchy, high-powered electronic jams, hand grilled by Trizzy in […]

Artist Update: Why?

WHY? has at last unleashed their fifth long-player, a meticulous work of morbid fascination and offbeat romanticism dubbed Mumps, etc. Though there is a mysterious sickness (perhaps of the mind) that lurks about these thirteen songs, one might also imagine the title as describing the musically swole state of these three Midwestern men as they […]

Video Of The Week: Veronica Falls “Teenage”

You may have had them tagged as goth-tinged pop fantasists, but with their much anticipated sophomore album Waiting For Something To Happen, Veronica Falls easily shrug off any notions of a difficult second album to create something that is easily more polished, more affecting, and more enduring than their peers would dream of making, and […]

Artist Update: Tomahawk

Tomahawk‘s video for “Stone Letter,” the first single from their forthcoming album Oddfellows, is available via Pitchfork. The clip, directed by Vincent Forcier, was shot during the band’s late October tour and features a studio performance from the quartet that includes Duane Denison (Jesus Lizard, Unsemble), Mike Patton (Faith No More, Mondo Cane), John Stanier […]

The Future in Merch Sales – Introducing Music Download Cards

I was at a “house concert” on Tuesday night and really enjoyed the band that was playing (Bull Kelp). I wanted to check out their music but all they had for sale was a brand new CD. I’m in the process of getting rid of all my CDs at the moment so the thought of […]

Worldly Venues: Nikon Jones Beach Theater

We’ve all experienced it, that one memorable concert night that is imprinted on your brain. Whether you were 5 or 45 years of age, the concert you will never forget. Perhaps it was the fine working of the artist itself, or maybe, just maybe, the venue truly made this a night to remember. In a […]

Interview: Lyric Jones

Digging into Spotify recommendations yet again (as opposed to digging in the crates), it’s amazing what you’ll find. Standing out right now in a sparse field of female hip-hop MCs (especially ones that don’t wear neon pink hair and tutus), I recently found Jones St. by singer, drummer, rapper, writer and producer Jill of (almost) […]

Il Nino, Epidemia (La Epidemia)

Fresh out with their 6th major album release, Ill Nino has been actively pushing their next release.  They currently are on tour in the U.S. and will taking their show out of the country beginning December 12th.  We recently got our hands on the full album and posted a fresh review of it here.  In […]

Music Emissions Minute: 50 Years of Tongue and Lips

Ladies and gentlemen, The Rolling Stones are about to play their first “50 & Counting…” anniversary show at London’s O2 Arena. There probably aren’t too many people from Canada who made the trip across the pond (and if any of you did, shame on you for not bringing me), so here’s hoping @RollingStones provides some […]

Video: Tegan And Sara On Letterman

Indie pop duo Tegan and Sara have announced details on their upcoming newest release. Heartthrob, the girls’ 7th studio record, is due out January 29th. They played new song “Closer” last night on David Letterman show. Below is the video, tracklisting, and album art. 01 Closer 02 Goodbye, Goodbye 03 I Was A Fool 04 […]

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