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Archive for July 21st, 2018

Loney Dear Kicks Off US Tour

Emil Svanängen (Loney Dear) produces charming indie-pop with the fluttering hooks you’d expect from the Swedish pop scene. Jens Lekman comparisons are fairly prevalent on Svanängen’s orchestra-laden efforts, and his...

Video: Mates of State – “Sway”

From September’s release of their new album Mountaintops (back in September), “Sway” is everything you’ve come to expect from Mates of State: upbeat key-driven melodies as husband-wife duo Kori Gardner a...


White Denim to Tour w/ Wilco in 2012

Austin-based White Denim are taking their hybird of blues and psychedelic-rock on tour again, this time with some Grammy winners. They will be opening for Wilco throughout their string of new US tour dates for 2012, which can b...

David Lynch – Crazy Clown Time (2011)

Expectations for David Lynch’s first album revolve around two reference points. The most glaring is to his idiosyncratic work as a filmmaker. It is expected that Crazy Clown Time will contain the darkness and mystique of films ...



Swells are a quartet residing in San Francisco. Their self-titled debut EP is a collection of laid-back indie-rock with relaxing West Coast vibes akin to The Morning Benders and Surfer Blood. The EP is packed with four varied a...

New UK Dates: Neon Indian

Whether you label it as ’80s-inspired synth-pop or chillwave, Alan Palomo (Neon Indian) is one of the premiere talents within the style. He recently announced several UK tour dates for November: 15th: BRIGHTON, Sticky Mik...