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High Places Announce Their Upcoming Full-Length and 2010 Plans

Jan 15, 2010

High Places has announced the duo's second full-length release, High Places vs. Mankind, is looking at a spring 2010 release date with a tour in its wake. More

Suede to Reunite for Benefit Show this March

Jan 15, 2010

Britain's Mercury Prize-winning Suede has announced one reunion show to benefit a London-based charity. More

Jay Reatard Memorial Service to Be Held Tomorrow

Jan 15, 2010

In the wake of Jay Reatard's untimely death, there's been an immense outpouring of support and admiration for the young artist. Tomorrow, family, friends, and fans alike will get a chance to pay their respects to the punk rocker who passed away at his Memphis home early Wednesday morning. More

Findlay Brown Performs “Love Will Find You” on Letterman

Jan 14, 2010

Last night, Under the Radar Please to Meet You artist Findlay Brown performed the titular track from Love Will Find You (out now on Verve) on David Letterman. We have the video. More

Blind Man’s Colour Announces “Wooden Blankets EP”

Jan 14, 2010

Six months after their debut album Season Dreaming, Blind Man's Colour is back with a six-song EP titled Wooden Blankets, out February 23rd. We have the track list. More

Arcade Fire Urges Fans to Donate to Haiti Relief Efforts

Jan 14, 2010

In the light of this week's devastating earthquake in Haiti, Arcade Fire is urging fans to donate to relief efforts—particularly to Canadian relief organization Partners in HealthMore

A Sunny Day in Glasgow Announce EP, Tour

Jan 14, 2010

Philadelphia ambient-shoegazers A Sunny Day in Glasgow will follow up last year's enchanting Ashes Grammar with a seven-track EP named after Ashes song, "Nitetime Rainbows." Alongside the title track, the release features three new songs and three remixes. It's drops in MP3 and vinyl formats on March 2nd, via Mis Ojos Discos. More

The Coco Report: Conan O’Brien Watch 2010

Jan 13, 2010

After the ratings disaster that was Jay Leno's move to 10p.m., NBC is looking to give him back his 11:30 time slot-moving Conan O'Brien's Tonight Show to 12:05a.m. Host, fans, and the Internet at large are not amused. More

Jay Reatard Dies at age 29

Jan 13, 2010

As reported by Pitchfork, Lo-fi garage rocker Jay Reatard died today at age 29. While additional details are forthcoming, Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that the musician was found dead in his home at 3:30 this morning. More