Archive for September 12th, 2014

Banks Goddess

Stream Banks’ Debut Studio Album, ‘GODDESS’

A few days back, rising Los Angeles starlet Banks released her highly anticipated debut album, GODDESS, via Harvest Records. Intimate and haunting, if you have yet to secure a copy of your own, you can stream the entire 14-track effort by following the jump below. This latest offering, which has been steadily climbing the ITunes […]

Polyenso

Polyenso To Release New Music In October

Earlier today, Florida’s Polyenso (ex-Oceana) took to social media to inform fans that they would be releasing new music next month. Check out the group’s Gallagher-esque announcement by peeking below the jump. Last year, the St. Petersburg five-piece self-released one of the most wonderfully unique records of 2013, and since then, a good majority of the […]

arms and sleepers

Arms and Sleepers Stream “Tiger Tempo” From ‘Swim Team’

We’ve been hyping the forthcoming Arms And Sleepers album since we found out it was a thing and we’ll continue to do so up until its October 28 release — and after. The Boston duo have released a few cuts so far and today we’ve been gifted yet another from their fifth LP, Swim Team. […]

foo fighters

Watch Foo Fighters Tear Up A Small Venue As The Holy Shits

I think it’s safe to say that Dave Grohl is a badass. He has been in the music industry for a long time, and is in one of the most respected rock bands in the world (Foo Fighters, of course). You’d think all that would get to his head, but from what we’ve seen time […]

Young Statues

Check Out The Album Details For Young Statues’ Sophomore Full-Length Album

Yesterday Young Statues made a very exciting announcement. They confirmed that they will release a new studio album next month, titled The Flatlands Are Your Friend, set to hit stores October 21 via Run For Cover Records.. This will be their sophomore full-length effort, and fourth release overall. You can check out the artwork and […]

Greylag

REQUIRED LISTENING: Greylag – “Yours to Shake”

If Band of Horses and Fleet Foxes teamed up for a fall album worth clinging to your chest, the result would be Greylag. The Portland trio has a rustic charm that boils with a bitter heart and bold defiance. Songwriting like theirs is hard to come by, especially in the last few years, so we’re […]

gates band

Gates Premiere Video for “Not My Blood” from ‘Bloom & Breathe’

New Jersey quintet, Gates, members of the Pure Noise Records stable, have released an artistic video for their latest track, “Not My Blood.” The video, which centers around the band performing the track, is as moving as the song itself, and sure to get fans excited for the upcoming release. The new album from Gates, […]

xerxes

Xerxes Stream Title Track From ‘Collision Blonde’

Earlier this afternoon, No Sleep Records’ Xerxes began streaming the title track off their forthcoming album, Collision Blonde, which hits shelves next month, on October 21. It is the third single from the Kentucky quartet’s latest effort to hit the internet, following the release of “Chestnut Street” and “Exit 123.” Head over to NPR to […]

death-from-above-1979

MUSIC VIDEO: Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979″

Two people can make a lot of noise, and Death From Above 1979 are responsible for reminding us of that 10 years after their debut. Their new album, The Physical World, sees them creating a whole thunderstorm of noise with bass and drums and shrieking vocals. One of the album’s singles, the snarky “Trainwreck 1979,″ just got a […]

Grimes

Grimes Scraps New Album Because Fans Don’t Like “Go”

Grimes is all over the internet, and the internet is all over Grimes. The 26-year-old Canadian singer-songwriter is known to speak freely with fans online, speak up against drugs, and put down her foot in discussions regarding sexism. There’s a thin wall between her and her audience, but now those very fans are keeping themselves […]

life of crime

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Life of Crime’ Is A Sporadically Fun Little Crime-Comedy Romp

Film: Life Of Crime Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Yasiin Bey, John Hawkes Directed By: Daniel Schechter Elmore Leonard, a genius writer who passed away earlier this year, once again has had one of his properties adapted. Life of Crime (based on Leonard’s novel The Switch) can now join the ranks of Jackie Brown, 3:10 to Yuma, and […]

the drop

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Drop’ Is A Lingering Human Drama

Film: The Drop Starring: Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, James Gandolfini Directed By: Michaël R. Roskam Dennis Lehane, the author behind Gone Baby Gone, Shutter Island, and Mystic River trades violence in for humanistic subtlety with The Drop, based upon his short story Animal Rescue. Starring Tom Hardy (Warrior), Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) and James Gandolfini (The […]