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Beach House Stream Fifth Studio Album, ‘Depression Cherry’

Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House are currently streaming their upcoming fifth LP, titled Depression Cherry, a full week ahead of its official release via Sub Pop Records. You can listen to the hypnotic new effort below courtesy of NPR. In a press release, Beach House explain the direction on their newest release: “In general, this […]

Sleater-Kinney Play For Tina Belcher In New ‘Bob’s Burgers’ Music Video

Rock and roll outfit Sleater-Kinney have been on a roll with the unique music videos lately. Since the much-awaited (ten years, to be precise) release of their solid record No Cities To Love, the trio has been working nonstop to make up for the years of silence. The record was released in January via Sub […]

UTG PHOTOS: Sleater-Kinney Make Their Triumphant Return (2/8/15)

In 2006, Sleater-Kinney, a well-known indie/alt rock band based out of Olympia, WA called it quits. The band had a huge following, and were one of the pioneers of shaping the roots of indie rock. Maybe most importantly, they never signed to a major label, even though many begged them to do so. However, the […]

Sleater-Kinney Release Star-Studded Video For “No Cities To Love”

No Cities To Love, as we have previously reported, is rock and roll outfit Sleater-Kinney‘s newest addition to their discography and the followup to their last record, The Woods, which dates all the way back to 2005. After a refreshing break from all things Sleater-related, the revitalized trio are finally ready to release their new record […]

Stream Sleater-Kinney’s New Album, ‘No Cities To Love’

No Cities To Love is the fresh, new full-length album from rock and roll trio, Sleater-Kinney. Scheduled for a January 20 release, the ten-track offering is a result of steadfast efforts of the trio to make a record only when they felt like the timing, along with everything else in their lives, was right. They […]

Shabazz Palaces Reveal Grim, Giant-Populated “#CAKE” Video

Shabazz Palaces, the Ishmael Butler-helmed avante-hip hop perplexity out of Seattle, released the royal Lese Majesty earlier this year on the suddenly hip hop-forward Sub Pop (see also: clipping.). The group has followed with a video for the single “#CAKE.” The treatment of the track, which features Catherine Harris-White of frequent co-collaborators and fellow Seattleites THEEsatisfaction, was […]

Shabazz Palaces Release Their “#CAKE,” Get To Eat It Too

Shabazz Palaces are weird as hell, which is why we call them art rap – we don’t know what else to call something so off-kilter and bizarre. Everything about Shabazz follows suit. The songs are unpredictable and bear titles like “Are You… Can You… Were You? (Felt)” and “Swerve… The Reeping Of All That Is […]

Watch: Dum Dum Girls – “Under These Hands”

After using gobs of color for “Too True To Be Good” and, to a much greater degree, “Rimbaud Eyes,” Dum Dum Girls have completely drained the new video of it. The video for “Under These Hands,” part of All Saints’ London Sessions series, is a hip and stylish affair befitting for a clothing store. Glam punk, if that’s […]

Avi Buffalo Announce ‘At Best Cuckold’ and Stream Track “So What”

One of Sub Pop’s quieter bands, Avi Buffalo, have some news for us. Since 2010s self-titled release, the band has finally announced their new full-length, sophomore effort, At Best Cuckold. With news of the album, they have also made the album’s lead-off single “So What” available for your streaming pleasure. Some of the dreamier melodies […]

Shabazz Palaces to Release New Album in July

Hip hop is about to change for the better. After almost three years, the fantastic rap duo known as Shabazz Palaces will release their sophomore album, entitled Lese Majesty, which is French for “injured majesty.” This will be the followup to their huge break out record, Black Up, which landed on the top releases of […]

Dum Dum Girls Release Colorful, Tamaryn-Directed Video For “Rimbaud Eyes”

Dum Dum Girls have teamed up with Tamaryn to release yet another color-resplendent, visually fluid music video from January’s Too True. Following up the cool-colored, flower-filled “Too True To Be Good,” “Rimbaud Eyes” leaps headfirst into the rabbit hole. The band, especially Dee Dee Penny, is irradiant, glowing with neon pastel colors as they play. Dee Dee traverses the red […]

ALBUM STREAM: Lyla Foy – ‘Mirrors The Sky’

Lyla Foy may not be a name you’re all too familiar with just yet but the London-based singer will be making waves for the remainder of this year as her debut full-length, Mirrors The Sky, is set to release next week on March 18 via Sub Pop Records. The entire album is currently streaming in […]