With a return to form new album under their belt that was accompanied by widespread praise, The New Pornographers are taking the new music on the road. The band kicked
Continue as a Guest, the new album from The New Pornographers, is set for release on March 31st via Merge Records – their first for their new label. The first single, “Really Really Light,” is out today with an accompanying video directed by Christian Cerezo.
In a new weekly roundup, Glide drops caustic commentary on selected tracks from release day Friday. Aldous Harding – “Leathery Whip” Probably the simplest song on her new album, but
Destroyer is pleased to announce LABYRINTHITIS, out March 25, 2022, on Merge Records. Pre-order today on CD, LP, and jade & ivory Peak Vinyl in the Merge store and participating independent record shops.
Destroyer has announced its return to the stage in 2002 and a full list of shows can be found below with tickets going on sale this Friday, November 5, at 10am
Indie-rock icon Dan Bejar is releasing an EP of Spanish-language covers in November.
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A look at this week’s tour dates announcements.
After several years of being available exclusively in Europe, music streaming service Spotify will finally cross the pond and will soon be available to music fans in the United States.
On Kaputt, Bejar’s full-length follow-up to 2009’s Bay of Pigs EP, the formula that has worked so well on past releases returns, however, this time with a twist: an ‘80’s jazz-fused, electronic sound more in line with Roxy Music and Spandau Ballet than previous albums have revealed.