Thursday, November 20, 2014

Run the Jewels - "Blockbuster Night Part 1"

Killer Mike and El-P are back with their follow-up to last year's great Run the Jewels. The sequel seems to go against all odds and takes things to a whole new level.

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Caribou played Webster Hall

Upon releasing his best album under the moniker Caribou, Dan Snaith brought his stunning live show to Webster Hall for a downright explosive and captivating performance.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Speedy Ortiz played Death by Audio

When famed Williamsburg venue Death by Audio announced their final shows, there was a huge outpouring of love and nostalgia across the North Brooklyn music scene. The final shows will feature an equal amount of dialogue discussing the venue as much as the bands that play before the doors shutter for good.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Keep Shelly in Athens - "Fractals"

When we last heard from the Grecian pop act Keep Shelly in Athens, they shared their final song with their original singer, Sarah P. Today, they're back with "Fractals", a new track featuring their new singer Myrtha.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

FKA twigs - "Video Girl"

FKA twigs is having an all-star year. She followed-up her great EPs with her phenomenal debut record LP1, made her live NYC debut, and despite already dropping the dazzling video for song of the year contender "Two Weeks", she's back with the nightmarish, haunting, and downright astonishing video for "Video Girl".

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Slowdive played Terminal 5

For many, shoegaze will always be defined by My Bloody Valentine's magnum opus, Loveless. However, their peers in Slowdive took things in more of a dream-pop direction favoring the grandeur magnitude of powerful psychedelics. Their classic record Souvlaki, a landmark in its own right, captured the force of My Bloody Valentine and added the paisley swirls of dream-pop for a stellar sound that was both underground and arena ready all at once.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Ought - "New Calm, Pt. 2"

Despite just releasing their great debut album, More Than Any Other Day, this past spring, Montreal's Ought are already releasing a follow-up EP before the end of the month. Once More With Feeling, is a 24 minute four track EP and you can check the video for "New Calm, Pt. 2" below.