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Yeah Yeah Yeahs Share Unreleased Tunes, Announce Documentary, & “Fever To Tell” Reissue

YES, YES, YES. The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs are reuniting this fall. This alone is incredible news. But now, the prolific indie rockers seminal debut Fever To Tell is getting an official reissue. This will feature previously unreleased demos, B-sides, and other rarities from the era. In the spirit of the release, the band’s already gone on to […]

Ty Segall’s Latest Tune Is Totally Berserk, Listen To “Alta” Now

At the end of July, the effervescent psych rocker Ty Segall surprised fans with an unannounced EP. Fried Shallots, as it was dubbed, was Segall’s sizzling output thrown in with a new batch of spices. In turn,  Fried Shallots brought forth a flavorful fruition of work. For this time, Segall’s tunes were met with more melodic and mellow […]

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) Goes Totally Psych-Disco On Late-Night Club Banger “The Long Walk”

The late nineties emanated some weird shit. Freak-outs about the end of the tech world amidst Y2K prompted the US to spend upwards of 1oo million dollars. The following songs were released; “Ice Ice Baby,” “I’m Too Sexy,” Semisonic’s “Closing Time,” Sir Mix-a-lot’s “Baby Got Back,” Lou Bega’s “Mambo No. 5.″ Slap bracelets were the […]

The Horrors’ Latest Track ‘Something To Remember Me By’ Is A Memorable Risk

Southend-on-Sea’s quintessential English indie collective The Horrors are releasing their fifth album, coincidentally titled V, later next month September 22 via Wolftone/Caroline. After already unveiling the record’s lead single “Machine,” the band has continued its follow-up to 2014’s Luminous with the record’s closing track “Something To Remember Me By.” Brimming with euphoria, “Something to Remember Me By,” […]

Widowspeak’s Latest Single ‘When I Tried’ Is A Gorgeous Sonic Overlap

The New York-based indie outfit Widowspeak is releasing a new record titled, Expect the Best, August 25 via Captured Tracks. Just this June the band shared a video for its first single, “Dog.” Speaking with NPR on the song, frontwoman Molly Hamilton explained it as,  “the compulsion to move on from things and places, even people, when you’re […]