Pickathon add more artists to lineup

Pickathon Adds New Acts To Lineup

Pickathon 2013 (aka Pickathon’s 15TH ANNIVERSARY!) is creeping closer by the day, so naturally this means there is more exciting news to share! We’re thrilled to announce the addition of Ty Segall, The Relatives, and Jessica Pratt

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Hooded Fang shares Ode To Subterrania

Hooded Fang debuts video for “Graves”

Toronto-based indie-pop outfit Hooded Fang announce their third full-length release, entitled Gravez. The album will be released in the US May 28 on UK label Full Time Hobby. Daps Records will release in Canada

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Review of New Junip Album

Junip forged a sonic footprint of simmering ride-cymbals, umber synths, and acoustic guitar strums that propel the songs to a harrowing pace. This heady instrumentation is resplendent in sparing doses, but the band draw upon the sound formulaically across the album and it becomes an exhausted benchmark

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Interview With Ayad From Team Spirit

Sure. I’ve always been a fan of Dexter (the TV show about a serial killer who serially kills serial killers) and I wanted to write a song about that. Not many musicians will write songs about such a grim subject

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Review Of Phoenix's Bankrupt

Review Of Phoenix’s “Bankrupt”

t’s a rather appropriate title for record, Bankrupt! when you consider must countries are heavily in debt and with that, retailers and industry are on the skids some what. The moniker for Phoenix’s fifth LP perhaps snapshots

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Drowners sign with Frenchkiss Records

Drowners Sign To Frenchkiss Records

New York City’s Drowners formed in early 2012 when singer/guitarist Matt Hitt sent some demos he’d written to guitarist Jack Ridley and bassist Erik Snyder, friends he’d met in bars downtown. Drummer Lakis Pavlou joined

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Sub Pop to release Goat’s ‘Dreambuilding’ 7”

Legend has it that, for centuries, the inhabitants of the village were dedicated to the worship and practices of Voodoo. This strange and seemingly-unlikely activity was apparently introduced into the area after a travelling witch doctor

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Man Or Astro Man share single, announce tour dates

Man or Astro-man? announces new album & tour

Man or Astro-Man? have returned to earth for the human masses and after years of hibernation they are now unveiling their finest recorded work to date. It has been nearly 12 years since the band last released

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The Ocean Blue Premiere New Video

The Ocean Blue‘s debut record on the famed Sire Records label in 1989 achieved widespread acclaim and radio & MTV airplay. The band of four young high schoolers from Hershey, Pennsylvania

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Guards announce European live dates

The NYC psych-pop band will open the dates with a headline performance at Birthdays in London on the 16th May, ahead of performances at this year’s Great Escape Festival in Brighton, and London’s Field Day

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Polyvinyl releases Saturday Looks Good To Me single, new album coming soon

New Single From ‘Saturday Looks Good To Me’

In their decade-plus existence, Saturday Looks Good To Me has never taken a typical path: endless line-up changes, shifts in sound from lo-fi 60’s pop to experimental noise rock, a twisting discography heavy on one-off singles and bizarre package tours with afrobeat and freakfolk bands

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