Articles Archive for March 2011
Fleet Foxes’ new video for “Grown Ocean”– one of the tracks off their soon-to-be released (May 3rd) LP Helplessness Blues– brings you a vintage feel with grainy behind the scenes footage of the band hittin’ the road and recording their latest album.
…After hours of walking and scoping each artist tent, we’ve chosen to feature our six favorite, based on the creative and distinctive character of their work.
Vetiver will be releasing their latest musical compilation The Errant Charm through SubPop on June 14th!
TEENS stay true to their psychedelic sound by going as far as recording their latest album in an underground Cold War era bomb shelter. What’s cooler than that? Umm…nothing in my book, yet.
The Seattle based Roman Holiday not only have a great taste in film– naming the band after the classic starring Audrey Hepburn, they also have some Alternative Rock tunes that will have your ears soaring high and wanting more.
U.S. and Europe tour dates for TV On The Radio 2011
Although there are very few details on the 12″ EP at the moment, one thing is for certain, it is quite the rarity. Wayne Coyne picked out what colors the vinyls will be printed on, and no two copies will be alike. There are also limited quantities 1,000 copies to be exact.
With the release of their second album Helplessness Blues on May 3rd, 2011 Fleet Foxes have decided to give the title-track of the album as a free download. If you dig what you hear you can also pre-order their album online.
For the lovers of experimental music, or something different all together, the collaboration of these three masterminds might just make your day. Thom Yorke, Four Tet and Burial have come together in collaboration to release a 12” single.
Our Weekly 5 brings you some Seabear, Sally Shapiro, Maxim Ludwig, The Strokes, and Sufjan Stevens.