Entries for the ‘Audio’ Category

Beach Slang shares cover of The Adverts’ “Bored Teenagers”

Hot on the heels of sophomore full-length, A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings, Beach Slang returns with the second installment of its covers mixtape series. The five tracks will be available on February 10 via Polyvinyl Records. The mixtape features five songs originally by The Jesus & Mary Chain, The Adverts, The Modern Lovers, Tommy [...]

Pile share “Texas,” ready A Hairshirt of Purpose for Exploding In Sound Records

Boston, MA’s Pile have released “Texas,” the lead single from their upcoming fifth full-length album, A Hairshirt of Purpose. NPR, who premiered the song today, are saying it “the band balances the acrobatic and the annihilating as it shifts between gnarled melodies and heavy thrashing. While Pile’s music often dwells in extremes, even its heaviest [...]

WHY? share “Proactive Evolution” (featuring mewithoutYou’s Aaron Weiss), tour (2017)

WHY?’s sixth album, Moh Lhean, is due out March 3 via Joyful Noise Recordings. A follow-up to 2012′s Mumps, Etc., it’s the first fully home-recorded WHY? album since the project’s 2003 debut, made mostly in Yoni Wolf’s studio and co-produced by his brother Josiah. The band gave fans a first taste of the album with opener “This Ole King,” and , [...]

Minus the Bear ready VOIDS for March release, tour (2017)

Minus the Bear to announced their new album VOIDS, due out March 3. VOIDS is the Seattle band’s sixth full-length album, and first new LP in half a decade. It also marks the band’s return to their original label home, Suicide Squeeze Records, a longtime pillar of the Emerald City’s vaunted indie rock scene. Fans [...]

Wear Your Wounds ro release WYW via Deathwish, Tour (2017)

Wear Your Wounds is the product of years of lo-fi solo recordings by Converge founder Jacob Bannon. On this debut release, WYW (out April 7 on Deathwish), Bannon is joined by guest musicians Kurt Ballou (Converge), Mike McKenzie (The Red Chord, Stomach Earth, Unraveller), Chris Maggio (Sleigh Bells, Trap Them, Coliseum), and Sean Martin (Hatebreed, [...]

Big Surr share “At The Bi-Rite,” ready In Business for release

In the center of landlocked Tennessee there is a basin at the bottom of which sits Nashville, where humidity settles in on the city like a sweatbox and Big Surr dream of beaches. Borne in an Ohio basement and raised below the Mason-Dixon line, this ebullient five piece, led by frontwoman Helen Van, has been [...]

Austra streams Future Politics, tours (2017)

Austra, the recording project led by Canadian vocalist and producer Katie Stelmanis, will release their third full length album Future Politics on January 20. The new album is streaming exclusively via NPR First Listen. Stream Future Politics HERE. Austra will embark on a North American and European tour in support of Future Politics, commencing in [...]

Andy Suzuki & The Method share “I Can’t Live,” tour (2017)

Brooklyn’s Andy Suzuki & The Method are preparing to release their new album The Glass Hour on February 3. In anticipation, the band shares the anthemic single “I Can’t Live” today with Impose Magazine. Strapped with an invigorating baseline, the track showcases Suzuki’s striking vocals and the duo’s harmonically-rich collaborative talent. Drawing on their roots [...]

Diet Cig share “Tummy Ache,” tour (2017)

Diet Cig announce the forthcoming release of their hugely anticipated debut album. Titled Swear I’m Good At This the album will be released on April 7 via Frenchkiss Records. The band share the first single off the album – the highly infectious “Tummy Ache.” LISTEN to “Tummy Ache” Diet Cig is Alex Luciano (guitar and [...]

Teen Daze shares “First Rain,” tours (2017)

Themes For Dying Earth is the fifth LP from British Columbia-based artist Teen Daze (Jamison Isaak), and the first to be released through his new label, FLORA. Teen Daze shares the second track “First Rain” from his upcoming album.  The track features Bon Iver band member S. Carey.  Themes For Dying Earth is due February 1. 02/16 – [...]