Rihanna is not messing around in new video for “Needed Me”

Early this morning, Rihanna took to Twitter to tease a music video for “Needed Me,” off her newest release, Anti. True to her word, the video has dropped, and it’s no surprise that it’s just as great as Rihanna’s past videos. NOTE: The video, which you can watch below, is NSFW. You’ve been warned. Rihanna […]

LISTEN: Deafheaven Stream ‘New Bermuda’ In Full

Deafheaven have begun streaming their highly anticipated new full-length, New Bermuda, more than a week ahead of its official October 2 release. The San Francisco outfit’s latest effort is comprised of five lengthy tracks, and follows 2013’s Sunbather, which has since gone on to garner universal critical acclaim. Stream the album below (via NPR), and let […]

Deafheaven Share First ‘New Bermuda’ Single

Deafheaven have given us our first glimpse of their third LP, New Bermuda, in the form of an eight-minute blitzkrieg titled “Brought To The Water.” Stream it below, and once you’re done headbanging, let us know what you think in the comments. “We wanted to share ‘Brought To The Water’ first because it gives a […]

Deafheaven Announce New Album, ‘New Bermuda’

Pacing themselves nicely after the release of their sophomore album Sunbather in 2013, San Francisco metal five-piece Deafheaven have announced that they will be releasing new music this fall. Entitled New Bermuda, the five-track LP will be released through ANTI-, an Epitaph Records sister label, on October 2. The band reports that the album was […]

Title Fight Debut Music Video For “Rose Of Sharon”

Title Fight are geared up to release their highly anticipated new album, Hyperview, the follow-up to 2013’s magnificent Floral Green. After sharing the track listing and album artwork as well as premiering a new song called “Chlorine,” the band have released another track off the release and it’s getting us pretty excited for Hyperview. The […]

Title Fight Share ‘Hyperview’ Details, Stream Lead Single “Chlorine”

Back in July, Title Fight announced that they had joined forces with ANTI-, and would be enlisting acclaimed producer Will Yip to aid in the production of their third full-length album. Now, after months of not-so-patiently waiting, fans have finally been offered their first glimpse of the group’s latest effort, a follow-up to 2013’s Spring […]

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Title Fight Sign To ANTI-, Working On New Album With Will Yip

Earlier this morning, Pennsylvania’s Title Fight launched a new Instagram account, and as their first order of business, announced that they had signed to ANTI-, and are presently working on what will be their third studio album with renowned producer Will Yip. Check out the band’s official announcement after the jump. In the days ahead, […]

REVIEW: The Antlers – ‘Familiars’

Artist: The Antlers Album: Familiars Genre: Ambient Rock Label: Anti- When a band takes its name from a Microphones song, it’s fair game to expect hopeless toiling in love metaphors, jumpy explorative arrangements, and, above all, musical cataracts in the form of depression. Phil Elverum’s “Antlers,” a lo-fi folk recording that fades out with a […]

REVIEW: Dr. Dog – ‘B Room’

Artist: Dr. Dog Album: B Room Genre: Psych-Rock, Folk Label: Anti- “I’m fine on the shelf.” That’s the refrain repeated over and over and over (9 times, I counted) on “Broken Heart,” the second track from Dr. Dog’s latest effort, B Room. And while Toby Leaman’s lyrics are as earnest and heartfelt on this song as they’ve […]

REVIEW: Islands – ‘Ski Mask’

Artist: Islands Album: Ski Mask Genre: Indie Rock Label: Manqué Music Nick Thorburn has long since established himself as an indie rock mainstay beyond The Unicorns. When Islands first formed, people couldn’t help but compare his new band to his old, wondering if anything they would create could top Who Will Cut Our Hair When […]

REVIEW: Islands – A Sleep & A Forgetting

Artists: Islands Album: A Sleep & A Forgetting Genre: Indie Label: Anti Let’s break this down: there is no rule stating that sneaky backwards masking or computerized singing robot cats have to rest in the background of every song you write. There isn’t always the need to scream in order to break up the silence. […]