Hear Sufjan Stevens Cover Arthur Russell’s “A Little Lost”

For years, Red Hot Organization has been putting out incredibly stacked compilations with the proceeds going to AIDS research. Fittingly, their newest record is a tribute to musical mastermind Arthur Russell, who passed away from AIDS in 1992. The tribute compilation, titled Master Mix: Red Hot + Arthur Russell, is out October 21 via Yep Roc […]

Stream Cults’ New Album, ‘Static,’ In Full

Cults will be releasing their highly anticipated album, Static, on October 15. To give fans an early taste of the album the group partnered up with The Line Of Best Fit to stream Static in its entirety. It’s a great listen, and I recommend checking it out. You can listen to it by heading here. […]

Pixies Announce January Tour

The Pixies have announced their first full American tour without original bassist Kim Deal, who quit the band earlier this year. This tour will be in support of recent release EP-1 that came out on September 3. They’ve already toured Europe with the lineup, as well as played America under the new build at Riot […]

Cults Premiere Video For “High Road”

Cults will be releasing a brand new album October 15, titled Static. This will be their sophomore full length album, and it’s being released via In The Name Of/Columbia Records. Yesterday the group revealed the music video for a brand new single taken from the album, titled “High Road.” You can check out the visuals […]

Cults to Release Sophmore Album

Indie pop band Cults are set to return with a sophomore album on October 15. The album, called Static, will be out through Columbia Records seeing help from Shane Stoneback and Ben Allen (Animal Collective, Youth Lagoon). Static is following up after their easy-to-love self-titled debut from 2011. Accompanying this announcement is a video which you can watch below. […]

Sounds Familiar: Week 9

Continuing our expansion of original content, Under The Gun Review presents its latest column, Sounds Familiar, dedicated to trawling the world and web for the latest remixes, redos, and reminiscent bits that our newest columnist Julia McAlpine finds appealing. Be prepared for some diversity in your music library. The songs may not be new, but they […]