Loveskills (photo by Lizzy Snaps Sullivan)

From The Horse’s Mouth: Richard Spitzer (Loveskills) on Pure EP

Brooklyn-based producer Loveskills creates a unique style of music that has proven to be quite difficult to pin down, blending together elements of electronica infused R&B with pop sensibilities and occasional hints of hip hop. His 2013 release, the aptly titled Multiplicity, was described as everything from “a modern day pop furore” to “a diverse extra-sensory experience” to “a fusion … More »

Biblical releases video for “The Quiet Crooks,” tours with Death From Above 1979 (2014)

Noisey has premiered a brand new video from Toronto’s Biblical this morning. “The Quiet Crooks” video was shot entirely in Italy by Director Sean Wainsteim (Tokyo Police Club) and is a faithful ode to Giallo Films (which is a genre of horror/mystery literature and films popularized by such Directors as Dario Argento). A mysterious woman haunts the macabre streets of … More »

EXALT share video for “Feed,” tour (2014)

Ontario’s EXALT has premiered a ferocious video for their song “Feed” today with The track is featured on the band’s forthcoming record, Pale Light, which is due out on November 4 via New Damage Records. The new album is currently available for pre-order at iTunes ( and from New Damage ( Watch EXALT’s new video for “Feed” now at … More »

My Gold Mask shares “Explode,” tours (2014)

My Gold Mask has premiered “Explode” on Entertainment Weekly. Listen To “Explode” On Entertainment Weekly The song is an emotive track that displays Rochell’s vocals front and center, almost daring you to push her just one more time. Catch the band on tour this fall: 10/23 - Grand Rapids, MI - Pyramid Scheme* 10/24 - St Louis, MO - 2720 Cherokee * 10/25 - Lawrence, … More »

Chris Staples covers Built To Spill, tours with Manchester Orchestra (2014)

Chris Staples is heading out on tour with Manchester Orchestra in support of his new album. To celebrate, Staples recently debuted a cover of a Built To Spill classic from ’99 over on Wondering Sound. When asked why he chose to cover “Center Of The Universe” he said “I’ve always loved this song. The words and the guitar melody. It … More »

The Creeps release Eulogies via It’s Alive Records

The Creeps are celebrating their 15 year anniversary, as well as the recent release of their full-length Eulogies, out now on It’s Alive Records. You can purchase the album digitally or physically through the label. It’s been thirteen years since the Ottawa, Ontario band released their first full-length album. Like many pop punk bands getting a start at that time, they … More »

Cracker readies double-album, tours (2014)

This December Cracker will be releasing their tenth studio effort, titled Berkeley To Bakersfield, a double-album that finds this uniquely American band traversing two different sides of the California landscape – the northern Bay area and further down-state in Bakersfield. Despite being less than a five-hour drive from city to city, musically, these two regions couldn’t be further apart from … More »

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From The Horse’s Mouth: Martin Ejlersten (Black Light White Light) on Gold Into Dreams

Black Light White Light excels at blending distorted ‘90s shoegaze rock with jangly West Coast ‘60s-inspired pop. Such a bohemian blend of musical influences is heard throughout the Danish trio’s latest effort, Gold Into Dreams, which dropped in the U.S. on October 14. At the core of Black Light White Light is singer/guitarist Martin Ejlersten, currently rounded out by brothers … More »

Hollow Earth share “World to Come,” tour (2014)

Detroit’s Hollow Earth, a band that features ex-members of Shai Hulud and a current member of Enabler, release Silent Graves via Panic Records on November 11. Silent Graves was recorded by Andy Nelson at Bricktop Recordings (Harm’s Way, Weekend Nachos) and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Integrity, Nails). The band are streaming a track from the record, “World to Come” , exclusively via MetalSucks. The band are planning a U.S. … More »