New Tracks

Stream: Fair Ohs – “Salt Flats”

Fair Ohs have been drumming up some press lately with a plethora of East African-inspired garage punk releases, ranging from 7" singles to distributed cassettes. Despite their East African influences, Fair Ohs'

Album Stream: of Montreal – Paralytic Stalks

of Montreal are offering a full stream of their upcoming album Paralytic Stalks, out February 7th. Check out Spin for the stream, and a very helpful track-by-track account by frontman Kevin Barnes.

MP3: Lambchop – “Gone Tomorrow”

Lambchop released a track last week off their upcoming album Mr. M, out February 20th. “Gone Tomorrow” is a pleasant seven minute epic of two parts, the latter half more subdued and

Video: Kate Bush – “Lake Tahoe”

Kate Bush’s video for “Lake Tahoe” is highly consistent with the remarkable album it was on, 50 Words for Snow. It’s heavy on imagery and barren landscapes, though this time led by

Stream: Dr. Dog – “Lonesome”

Dr. Dog released another new track from their upcoming album, Be the Void. "Lonesome" is the second made-available song off the album, after "That Old Black Hole" was unveiled in November -

Video: Xiu Xiu – “Hi”

Xiu Xiu released the video for “Hi”, the first track off their upcoming album Always. Directed by David Horvitz and Jamie Stewart, the video features footage of a “crazed” road trip through

Stream: Andrew Bird – “Eyeoneye”

Andrew Bird premiered a track off his upcoming album Break It Yourself, out March 6th via Mom + Pop Music. "Eyeoneye" is the seventh track on the album, and is available as

New Albums

Carey Clayton – ‘Headless’

Los Angeles-based artist Carey Clayton embraces a gorgeous, textured pop and rock intertwining on the new album Headless. Frequently hypnotic in its layered production


Luga – ‘Become’ EP

The Become EP showcases the blissfully atmospheric sound of Luga. The project of Brighton, UK-based artist Lewis Broad-Ashman impresses with a sound