7 Oct
Plus French electro-pop tour dates for autumn

French electropop princess Yelle is back, which is music to our ears. It’s been more than 3 years since her “Safari Disco Club” and “Que veux-tu” Two-In-One Mini-film, so the time is about right. Last week she released the single “Complètement Fou” that is well, complètement fou. Light, crazy, dancey and all that is Yelle, the single was […]


22 Sep
From "Wonder Where We Land" LP via Young Turks coming soon

SBTRKT, Aaron Jerome’s frequently masked music-alias, is preparing the world for his Wonder Where We Land LP releasing one week from now through Young Turks.”The Light”, streaming here, features the soulful vocals of UK’s up and coming Denai Moore who will be appearing with SBTRKT throughout the UK leg of his tour. Moore will basically be taking over the role […]


4 Jun
Wear a face above your face, if you can find one, that is...

Disclosure have been killing it pretty much all over the place lately. In case you haven’t noticed, they played the Brit Awards with Lorde, ran Coachella, rocked the Infiniti/Red Bull boat at the Monaco GP last weekend and pretty much rule the house universe with an iron fist. The young UK brothers’ sound is definitely house, […]


15 Apr
30-minute set of Shadow classics re-interpreted

Last year DJ Shadow released All Bases Covered, and this summer the man known to his mom as Josh Davis will be touring to support the album. The tour will hit everywhere from Red Rocks to the Shoreline Amphitheatre, and many points in between. To promote the album, the famed San Francisco producer hit up […]


29 Apr
Elegiacal indie confessions from Alpharetta, Georgia

There’s no shaking the undeniable catchiness of Manchester Orchestra, the Alpharetta, Georgia band whose elegiacal “Simple Math” has taken over college radio. At first listen one could brush it off as a very capably written indie pop song, and you wouldn’t be wrong. But at second and third listens the track becomes an earworm, and […]


22 Apr
Tour dates with Dinosaur Jr., recently turning 50, and what he really thinks about Mick Jagger singing "Satisfaction"

For anyone living under a rock for the last 30 years, Henry Rollins was of course the former frontman for punk legends Black Flag, later going on to helm his own Lollapalooza era Rollins Band, as well as other solo efforts. Henry has also made several guest appearances on other artists’ (TOOL, Tommy Iommi, Les […]


13 Apr
Raucous garage rock from Puerto Rico

Davilla 666 has been hailed by some as “The World’s Greatest Party Band”, and while that may be a large title to wield, it’s one Davilla 666 take very seriously not seriously. After releasing the digital EP Mala in September of last year (In The Red Records), the Puerto Rican sextet just dropped their second […]


24 Feb
A new mix, plus tour dates, from Melbourne with love

Fresh off the success of their A Tale of Two Journeys Mixtape, the Cut/Copy boys are delivering another mix today. A ton of people re-Tweeted the crap out of it, so we know that was a favorite. Well lucky for you, Our boys from Melbourne are at it again. As they explain, “A couple of […]