Archive for May 4th, 2013

STREAM: Two Chapels – “Forgotten”

New York City electronic duo, Two Chapels, are currently streaming their second single, “Forgotten,” as they gear up to release their debut EP this Summer. For fans of artists such as Purity Ring and Belle Mare, Two Chapels idealistically combine Jenn Grossman’s dark, and somewhat melancholy, vocal approach with high-end electro pop production, both of […]

The Maine

The Maine Stream Song Clip

The Maine have released a short little video advertising their new book, titled Roads. In the clip the band features a sample of the brand new song “Love And Drugs.” You can watch the video and listen to the clip by taking a look below the jump. If you haven’t purchased Roads yet then you […]

Sigur Rós To Appear In ‘Simpsons’ Season Finale

The Simpsons have long had celebrity guest appearances with both famous actors and bands. Icelandic post-rockers Sigur Rós will appear in Season 24’s finale on Sunday, May 19. SPIN noticed this, picking it up from a Reykjavík newspaper, which states, according to Google Translate, “Original music Sigur Rós will have much weight on the show, […]


MGMT To Release Split 7″ With Spectrum And Spacemen 3

MGMT has been working on new tunes, with the announcement of a new album coming back in January and a new song, “Alien Days,” being previewed back in April. Now they are going to be on a three-way 7″ split with Spectrum and Spacemen 3 with the song, “Something To Do With Prince”. The song […]

SINGLE REVIEW: The Wonder Years – “The Bastards, The Vultures, The Wolves”

Artist: The Wonder Years Song: “The Bastards, The vultures, The Wolves” Album: The Greatest Generation  Label: Hopeless Records Genre: Pop-punk Songs of angst, honesty and passion… that is what The Wonders Years does finest. Those intangible factors are what they have built their tenure in this scene on. “The Bastards, The Vultures, The Wolves,” the third […]

REVIEW: Betty Who – The Movement

Artist: Betty Who Album: The Movement Label: Unsigned Genre: Pop You can say whatever you want about the 1980s being a disposable decade for music. You can toss around names like Wham and Culture Club all day, but it won’t change the fact that a generation of slap bracelets and Devo hats altered music with […]