Archive for August 15th, 2013

New Single By Lana Del Rey Has Leaked

Are you a fan of Lana Del Rey? Well you should be. If you’re not yet, then I would recommend you check out this new, previously unheard single that just leaked today. The song is titled “Love On The Side,” and you can listen to it by taking a look below the jump. She recently […]

Watch Danny Brown’s ‘Old’ Album Documentary

Detroit rapper Danny Brown is teasing the release of his upcoming album, Old, by releasing a documentary titled The Old Documentary. Filmed back in 2009, the hour-long documentary was shot by Nic Notion and features interviews and live footage in accordance with the new album. Old just saw its release date pushed back to October, or supposedly due to some […]

Toro y Moi Covered Ricky Gervais’ “Slough” and It Sounds Like David Bowie

Toro y Moi have either gotten really bored or are quite smitten with the UK edition of The Office. Chaz Bundick covered “Slough,” the song recently played by David Brent (acted by Ricky Gervais) in a series of online guitar tutorials. “Slough” is a Brit pop track whose name is the British town where the […]

LISTEN: Volcano Choir – “Comrade”

Experimental pop group Volcano Choir, led by Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon, have just put out their second single, “Comrade,” which you can listen to after the jump. “Comrade” is off their upcoming album, Repave, due September 3 in the US via Jagjaguwar. With only eight tracks total, it looks like it will either be short and to the point […]

New WHY? ‘Golden Tickets’ EP, Stream Track “Murmurer”

Indie rap group WHY? are following up 2012?s Mumps, Etc. with a brand new EP titled Golden Tickets which will come out September 17. What’s the theme? The band’s fans. Cue the awwww’s. Honestly though, each of the EP’s tracks focuses on WHY?’s relation to a different superfan of the band. It’s not often you get […]

NEW MUSIC: Pelican – “Deny The Absolute”

Pelican are a four piece instrumental post-rock outfit hailing from Chicago, Illinois. They recently released a brand new single, titled “Deny The Absolute.” The song is taken from their upcoming album, Forever Becoming, which is currently set to hit stores October 15 via Southern Lord. You can listen to the new song by taking a […]

ALBUM STREAM: Earl Sweatshirt – ‘Doris’

It feels like Doris has been just around the corner forever now but today we finally get to experience Earl Sweatshirt’s debut studio album in full as he’s streaming it on Odd Future’s Tumblr almost a full week ahead of its actual release date. Featuring 15 tracks with guest spots from many Odd Future affiliates […]

Boards Of Canada’s Entire Discography Getting Reissued

Electronic favorites Boards of Canada will be reissuing their entire discography. This is good news for vinyl collectors and pretty much any fan of the band, as a lot of their material was getting harder to find even on the used market. Their first new album in seven years came out earlier in 2013, Tomorrow’s […]

Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday To Release New Album In 2014 On Hopeless Records

The headline says it all. Today in a Facebook post, Taking Back Sunday said simply: “We are excited to announce that our next studio album will be out in 2014 on Hopeless Records. Okay now back to work on it.” This will be the band’s first release of all new material since 2011’s Taking Back […]

Revisiting Esoteric Acts From “The Myspace Daze” (Part 2)

Oh, how we miss the days of deceptively titled bulletins, pc4pc, and hours of pimping your profile with just the right visuals and accompanying music (only to change it all again within a day or two). Myspace dominated the bulk of our high school years much like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram do today. Apart from […]

Tom Oakz (More Amor) Releases New Demos

I’m still in mourning over the loss of More Amor. Easily one of my favorite indie pop acts in my few years of Internet discovery, their disbandment struck me in my blood-pumping soft place. (easy there…) When Tom Oakes first wrote about the future (or lack-thereof) regarding the project, he did promise new tunes. These […]

Hear Bob Dylan’s 1970 Outtake “Tomorrow Is A Long Time”

New Morning, Bob Dylan‘s eleventh studio album containing hits such as “The Man In Me” and “If Not For You,” has just had an outtake of “Tomorrow Is A Long Time” revealed. The song never made it onto the album, but a beautiful live 1963 version was slotted in his Greatest Hits Vol. 2. Now, over 40 years […]