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On The Verge: Zorch

Photo by Ben Aqua Austin, TX hyper-kinetic duo Zorch premiere a new song today via culled from their forthcoming full length. The band also proudly announces signing to Sargent House for management and label, who will release Zorch’s album this summer. We first discovered them last at 2012’s 35 Denton fest. Zorch will also play […]

Bonnaroo365 Presents: Mumford On the Rise

Before Mumford & Sons headed to Bonnaroo in 2010, the U.K. folk-rockers performed a special stripped down show in New York — and we caught it on tape. The group, who are headlining this year, had released their debut, Sigh No More, the year before and were just starting to acquire the hefty following they […]

NXNE 2013

NORTH BY NORTHEAST (NXNE) is thrilled to announce the first wave of programming for the 19th edition of the festival, taking over Toronto June 10-16, 2013. Tickets are now available online here. NXNE Music and Collective Concerts have confirmed that Brooklyn favourites The National will headline a free show at Yonge-Dundas Square (YDS) on Friday, June […]

Artist Update: The Features

The Features and Serpents and Snakes / BMG proudly announce the May 14th release of their new self-titled album. The bands fourth full-length follows on the heels of their most recent record Wilderness, which SPIN described as “commanding, spewing volcanic rock with a dramatic flourish, then holding your attention by revealing a deceptively sophisticated wit.” […]

Artist Update: Alt-J

UK-based rock band Alt-J are excited to announce additional tour dates along their spring tour of the United States and Canada, as well as the first leg of dates for their autumn headlining tour. The band has added shows in multiple markets, including San Diego, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Indianapolis. Pre-sale for these shows will […]

Artist Update: Iceage

Following the incredible release week for Iceage‘s You’re Nothing, the band’s sophomore album and first on Matador, the Danish four-piece is announcing more North American shows. After a month long nationwide run kicking off March 20th, Iceage — Jakob Tvilling Pless (bass), Dan Kjær Nielsen (drums), Elias Bender Rønnenfelt (vocals/guitar), and Johan Suurballe Wieth (guitar) […]

Stream Suuns’ New Album

Suuns‘ new album Images du Futur is available for streaming today at AOL Spinner a full week in advance of its official release on Secretly Canadian. The band will follow up release with a long run of dates, starting in their native Canada followed by several shows at Austin’s SXSW and continuing through North America […]

Interview: Immortal Technique

Blessed to speak with several artists so far on this musical road, there are few I was as excited to interview or made me as nervous prior to, as Immortal Technique. Born in Peru and raised in Harlem, this brutally honest real revolutionary’s music and battling freestyles I’ve held in high regard for years, and […]

Matt & Kim Premiere New “It’s Alright” Video On Vevo

Hot on the heels of their Harlem Shake viral video, which sits at over 9.5 million views and counting, Matt and Kim hit the world with their brand-new video for “It’s Alright” from their latest full length Lightning (FADER Label). Premiering worldwide today on VEVO, the video finds Matt and Kim in bed performing some […]

Tour review: Eels

The Eels rocked the Newport in Columbus, Ohio Feb. 24. The band took the stage at 8:30 p.m. and played for nearly two hours with three encores. There might be a funnier performer than Mark Oliver Everett (aka E), but I’d have to see the performer to believe it. E did it all, including providing […]

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