Sharon Van Etten to Support Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on North American Tour; Covers Irving Berlin's "What'll I Do" for Boardwalk Empire Season Finale

The big news keeps coming with Sharon Van Etten. After completing her final U.S. tour of 2012 in support of Tramp, which culminated with a very special Town Hall show featuring guests including Thurston Moore, Aaron Dessner, Jenn Wasner, Brad Cook, and Peter Silbermann, and releasing the deluxe edition of Tramp a couple of weeks back, Sharon is honored to announce she’ll be touring this spring with Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds! The North American tour kicks off in [...]

 

Buke And Gase Share Title Track Off General Dome, Reveal Cover Art, Announce 2013 Tour Dates

NEW ALBUM OUT JANUARY 29TH ON BRASSLAND Buke and Gase have this vague sense of unease. Like someone, somewhere is always watching. Do a Google image search for the band’s new album title, General Dome, and you’ll come across images that instill ideas of paranoia and surveillance such as security cameras and rockets being launched. In times like these, when governments can freely survey the citizenry’s every action and our lives become [...]

 

Iceage Sign To Matador Records; Announce New Album Out Feb. 19th

Copenhagen’s Iceage released one of the most exciting and lauded albums of the last couple of years with their outstanding debut, New Brigade. Following two years of intense touring in support of New Brigade, the Danish four-piece have announced they are signing with Matador Records and releasing their sophomore album on February 19th! Escho will release the record in Denmark. Iceage shared the news earlier this morning via their website, and now Matador presents it as well. Further news surrounding the follow up to New [...]

 

Laetitia Sadier Shares "Lightning Thunderbolt" Video; European Tour Starts Nov. 5

She’s already asked us, “Find Me The Pulse Of The Universe,” and provided us with “The Rule Of The Game.” Now yet another entree to the Silencio speakeasy affirms itself on the horizon, just as apocalyptic weather changes lives across the globe. And like the weather, the video for “Lightning Thunderbolt” strikes once before your eyes and twice behind your mind. The final angle of a video triangle supporting Laetitia Sadier’s “spry, melodic, [...]

 

John Cale Announces West Coast Tour with Cass McCombs in Support of Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood

In what is, incredibly, his sixth decade of music-making, John Cale is a tough act to follow, even if you’re the man, himself! And yet Shifty Adventures In Nookie Wood, his first full-length studio album since 2005′s blackAcetate, is not just a brilliant addition, but another progression. It’s a record of brilliant modernity that at times echoes former glories, thus inter-mingling the spirit of Cale present and past, with a sense of both wisdom [...]

 

Parquet Courts Announce Winter Tour Dates in Support of Light Up Gold

 LISTEN TO “BORROWED TIME” “This record is for the over-socialized victims of the 1990′s ‘you can be anything you want’, Nickelodeon-induced lethargy that ran away from home not out of any wide-eyed big city daydream, but just out of a subconscious return to America’s scandalous origin,” writes Parquet Courts’ songwriter A. Savage in Light Up Gold‘s scratched-out liner notes. The band’s first proper LP is a dynamic and diverse foray into the back [...]

 

Black Moth Super Rainbow Streams Cobra Juicy with RDIO and Paste Magazine

THE COBRA STRIKES ON OCTOBER 23RD The witching hour approaches, dear citrus-heads. We’re not talking about Halloween, but another occasion for mask-donning and mischief-making. That’s right, Black Moth Super Rainbow’s new record, Cobra Juicy, is out on October 23rd via his new label, Rad Cult. You can listen to it now at Paste Magazine. It makes for the perfect soundtrack to plotting. STREAM COBRA JUICY HERE. Listen to “Gangs in the Garden” here. Listen to “Windshield Smasher” here. Watch the video [...]

 

Sharon Van Etten Shares "Magic Chords" Video & Plays Later...With Jools Holland

Since we last announced any Sharon Van Etten news, Ms. SVE has been a busy lady touring the U.S. and Europe, shooting her second music video for Tramp, performing on the acclaimed Later…With Jools Holland, laying down vocals for a range of exciting projects, including collaborating with J Mascis on a John Denver tribute and Rufus Wainwright for a holiday compilation (news on this and more will revealed in the coming weeks), ramping up for her final North American tour of [...]

 

Buke And Gase Announce General Dome, New Full-Length Out January 29th On Brassland

“On each of their releases to date, Buke & Gase have never been anything less than absolutely thrilling.” - Pitchfork   Change is good. Picasso had a “blue period” and then he said “f*&k that” and invented Cubism. Gauguin moved to Tahiti to shed European ideals and dive headlong into Primitivism. The Stones cozied up in a chateau on the French Riviera to escape the city, wives, and bad habits and [...]

 

Ty Segall Unveils Twins Album Art & Tracklisting; Announces West Coast Tour

Last week, we presented you with the potent first taste of Ty Segall’s Twins via the album’s first single,”The Hill,” featuring Thee Oh Sees’ Brigid Dawson alongside Ty. Now, lay your eyes on the above album art, and check out the below tracklisting to get a further grasp of Ty’s next explosive solo venture, Twins. The monster energies of Twins follows Goodbye Bread, Melted, Lemons and Ty Segall as the prime statements in Ty’s ongoing discography, dating all the way back to 2008 when he [...]