Sep 23, 2016

1990s shoegaze legends Lush recently reformed and released a great new EP, Blind Spot, in April. This year the band have also been playing their first U.S. shows in 20 years.  More

Sep 23, 2016

Back in 2013 Canadian band DIANA successfully built on the buzz of their acclaimed 2012 single "Born Again" with their debut album, Perpetual Surrender, released on Jagjaguwar.  More

Sep 23, 2016

British trio Fear of Men (Jessica Weiss, Daniel Falvey, and Michael Miles) released their sophomore full-length album, Fall Forever, back in June via Kanine. Now they have shared a video for "Sane."  More

Sep 23, 2016

Hope Sandoval of Mazzy Star and her band The Warm Inventions have announced a new album, Until the Hunter, and shared its first single, "Let Me Get There," which features Kurt Vile. Listen to the song below, followed by the album's tracklist and cover art and the single's cover art. More

Sep 23, 2016

Oasis are releasing a deluxe reissue of 1997's third album Be Here Now on October 14 (previously the release date was October 7). Now the band has shared a free download of the "Going Nowhere" demo. You can download it at WeTransfer here. More

Sep 23, 2016

Regina Spektor is releasing her new album, Remember Us to Life, next Friday (September 30) via Warner Bros. Previously she had shared "Bleeding Heart," "Small Bill$," and "Black and White." Now here's another song from the album, "Older and Taller." More

Sep 23, 2016

Spanish all-female quartet Hinds released their debut album, Leave Me Alone, back in January via Mom + Pop. Now they have shared a new animated video for "Bamboo" (they had previously released a live action video for the song). They have also announced a deluxe edition of the album, which will be due out on vinyl only on October 28 and includes 12 extra tracks, including some demos and covers. More

Sep 22, 2016

Australian dance duo Empire of the Sun are releasing their third album, Two Vines, on October 28 via Astralwerks. They have already shared the album's first two singles, "High and Low" and title track "Two Vines." More

Sep 22, 2016

It's been four years since Dirty Projectors' last album, 2012's Swing Lo Magellan, but back on Monday the band has shared a mysterious 19-second long new video to their social media accounts. Then yesterday they shared another strange new video, a 45-second long shot of frontman Dave Longstreth's face as it moved back and forth in slow motion. It turns out both were clips from a video for a brand new Dirty Projectors song, "Keep Your Name," and now the full video has been shared.  More