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Walk The Moon Announce Spring Headlining Tour, Release Infectious Single “Different Colors”

If you were looking for a reason to dance around your cubicle on this Monday morning, indie-pop quartet Walk The Moon have debuted the second single from their upcoming album Talking is Hard. “Different Colors” follows the album’s first single “Shut Up And Dance,” which has been blowing up U.S. alt/rock radio since debuting in […]

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REVIEW: Brent Walsh – ‘7’

Artist: Brent Walsh Album: 7 Genre: Indie, Pop, Experimental Label: Equal Vision Records Over the past few years, I The Mighty’s lead vocalist and guitarist, Brent Walsh, has spent considerable time hashing out some tracks that just didn’t seem to fit into what is now I The Mighty. Since their signing to Equal Vision Records […]


REQUIRED LISTENING: TWICEYOUNG Drop Sensual Indie Pop Jam, “Stay The Same”

Strip down your mind and let your innermost senses take over as you sway along to the new single from TWICEYOUNG, “Stay The Same.” Containing a simplistic vibrance within its melody and aural elusiveness, with accompanying electronics, this is the type of song that gets your feet moving and hips singing along. The band premiered […]


Go For A Ride With Bleachers in New Video For “Rollercoaster”

Check out the latest from Bleachers, the side project of Jack Antonoff, guitarist of the monumentally popular indie-pop band, fun. The first release for Bleachers, called Strange Desire, dropped on July 15 through RCA Records, receiving high praise among fans and critics alike. This afternoon, Antonoff released a music video for “Rollercoaster,” the third single […]


REVIEW: Young Statues – ‘The Flatlands Are Your Friend’

Artist: Young Statues Album: The Flatlands Are Your Friend Genre: Indie/Emo Label: Run For Cover Records I walked out of my apartment and took the elevator down to the lobby. I situated my headphones onto my ears, walked to the door, and saw that the rain was coming down in sheets. I was running late and since I was picking […]

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Salt Cathedral Stream “Holy Soul”

Salt Cathedral are a two piece indie pop outfit based out of Brooklyn, New York. They consist of frontwoman Juliana Ronderos and bandmate Nicolas Losada. The duo are releasing a brand new EP, titled OOM VELT, on September 25. Yesterday they released a catchy new single from the EP, titled “Holy Soul.” You can stream […]

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Radiator Hospital Announce US Tour

Philly pop rock band Radiator Hospital put out a new full-length this year that we’ve been spinning relentlessly. The album, titled Torch Songs, came out on Salinas Records and is a tidy collection of the band’s best traits: reckless guitars, pop riffs, and poignant, relatable lyrics. The four-piece will be hitting the road in support of said release, […]

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Listen to Bishop Allen’s New Single “Why I Had To Go”

Brooklyn indie pop group Bishop Allen will be returning to the scene this year when their first album in five years, Lights Out, drops August 19 via Dead Oceans. They reminded us why we love them with their uber catchy lead single “Start Again,” and now they’re keeping us wrapped around their finger with “Why I Had […]


Stream Bleachers’ Debut Album ‘Strange Desire’

Jack Antonoff has wasted no time in making a name for himself, striking while the iron is hot. The fun. member’s own project, Bleachers, has been buzzing since bursting forth with “I Wanna Get Better.” The debut album is now here, and we can stream it on the standard music streaming services. We have, by and large, liked […]

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ALBUM STREAM: tUnE-yArDs – ‘Nikki Nack’

Art pop is still alive, and Merril Garbus may single-handedly be making sure that’s the case. tUnE-yArDs, Garbus’ once solo project that now includes bassist Nate Brenner, is returning with her third album, Nikki Nack, out May 6 via 4AD. With only a little more than a week to go until its release, it’s now been put […]


Stream Lykke Li’s New Single, “Gunshot”

Indie songstress Lykke Li has released her third single, “Gunshot,” off her upcoming third studio album today. The single takes more of a sodden pop route, tracing heartbroken lyrics out in a pretty produced, anthemic piece of sweeping vocals and sturdy guitar work. All in all, it sounds in line with her other work while ditching […]

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Daphni (Caribou) and Owen Pallett Team Up On Two New Songs

Electronic musician Daphni (Dan Snaith of Caribou) and Canadian renaissance man Owen Pallett have collaborated on a split single, “Julia” b/w “Tiberius,” that’s up for streaming now via FACT. They’re exactly what you would imagine: dance-worthy tracks that progress somewhat slowly, intertwining Pallett’s violin beautifully and, at times, eerily. It’s exactly what we didn’t know we […]