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Thee Oh Sees Announce New Album ‘Mutilator Defeated At Las,’ Stream Single “Web”

After their hiatus, reunion, and lineup change, Thee Oh Sees are back with a brand new album. The new record, titled Mutilator Defeated At Last, drops May 18 via Castle Face. It serves as the follow-up to last year’s Drop. That being said, some things are different, namely the lineup: John Dwyer, Tim Hellman, Nick Murray, Chris […]

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Liphemra Debuts “Magazines”

Los Angeles based musician Liphemra has teamed up with The 405 to premiere a brand new single. Entitled “Magazines,” the cut is an experimental piece of work worth quite a few listens as it teams up echoing, bare percussion that eventually begins to flutter alongside affecting synths and pained vocals as she proclaims, “I want […]

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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 […]

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Stream Naomi Punk’s Noisy New Album ‘Television Man’

On August 5, Naomi Punk will release their sophomore full-length, Television Man, and the Olympia trio are streaming the record in its entirety over at Pitchfork Advance in anticipation of that date. If you catch them on one of the opening tour dates this weekend, however, you’ll get to hear the tracks live where they take […]

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Watch Walking Bicycles’ Dark Stop-Motion Music Video for “Eyesore”

Walking Bicycles‘ name may sound like a quaint twee-pop group, but get ten seconds into one of their songs and you’ll realize they’re anything but. The Chicago-based group stomp around with the type of gloom rock that hinges on noise, speed, and a little bit of pop, all while nodding to Siouxsie and the Banshees. […]

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Death Grips Announce They’re “Over”

Noise hip-hop group Death Grips are always full of surprises, yet perhaps today’s is the biggest of all. Shortly after dropping a mixtape collaboration with Bjork, they’re calling it quits. The band is known for canceling shows and dropping unexpected mixtapes, so who’s to say if this will hold true (or if they won’t reunite in […]

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Death From Above 1979 Announce New Album ‘The Physical World’

In September of 2012, dance punk rock group Death From Above 1979 announced they had reunited, were writing new songs, and were going to hit up several festivals. That new material now looks a lot more real. In an interview with NME, the duo have announced a new album, titled The Physical World, that will come out […]

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Attention Starved Death Grips Never Planned To Perform At Shows

Death Grips have the “Attention Starved Whores Who Will Do Anything In The Realm Of The Bizarre Of The Year” award clinched. They were supposed to perform at a Lollapalooza aftershow last week, but bailed and had a suicide note put on screen as their music played lightly in the background instead. Yesterday, other promoters […]

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REVIEW: Tera Melos – ‘X’ed Out’

Artist: Tera Melos Album: X’ed Out Genre: Indie Pop, Math Rock Label: Sargent House I had this album for review two weeks before it came out. I listened to it probably close to twenty times in that first week of April, which was an emotionally negative time for me, and I really thought this was […]