Rudely Interrupted share video for “I Am Alive” has the U.S. exclusive premiere of a new video from Rudely Interrupted. The video is for the title track from the Australian quartet’s latest studio effort, I Am Alive, an EP showcasing the group’s gift for crafting sing-along anthems that blend catchy melodies with indie rock riffs. Watch the video for “I Am Alive” here: Rudely Interrupted has … More »

Mystery Skulls readies Forever, plays shows (2014)

Mastermind electronic artist, producer and singer, Mystery Skulls, aka Luis Dubuc, will release his debut album Forever on October 27 via Warner Bros. Records. Hailing from Dallas by way of South America, Mystery Skulls creates insatiable pop anthems, which blend hints of ‘70s and ‘80s pop and dance music with futuristic elements. The talented and heavily tatted wunderkind has already captured the attention of legendary figures … More »

Mirah gets remixed by The Blow, tours (2014)

Mirah’s seductively intoxicating voice takes listeners on a journey on her recently released fifth solo album, Changing Light. The Blow put their unique and playful touch on new album track “Turned The Heat Off”, revealed today with Stereogum. “Turned The Heat Off” (The Blow Mix) is available HERE. On Changing Light Mirah shines her mirror of experience into the depths, … More »

Streets of Laredo share video for “Slow Train,” tour (2014)

New York Times’ full album stream of Brooklyn-based New Zealander’s Streets of Laredo upcoming album Volume I & II is available now.  This debut album will be out October 7, via Dine Alone Records. Watch and share their new video for their track “Slow Train” and see them live this fall. Oct 1, 2014 — The Bowery Ballroom — New York, … More »

Eyelids to release 854 via Burger Records/Jealous Butcher

On October 14, Eyelids release 854 on Burger Records/Jealous Butcher. The band have a collective history of creating music for some of the most legendary indie songwriters. These longtime Portland, Oregon collaborators were not only the principal instrumentalists for Robert Pollard’s post Guided By Voices band Boston Spaceships for over eight releases, but they have also worked with Stephen Malkmus, The Decemberists, Elliott Smith, Sam Coomes of … More »

Ten Bands One Cause vinyl releases benefit breast cancer awareness

RED Distribution launches Ten Bands One Cause, a new retail initiative in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October. Ten bands have joined forces to reissue ten titles today, September 30 on pink vinyl for the cause which is sponsoring Gilda’s Club NYC. Limited edition copies of pink vinyl from Against Me!, Courtney Barnett, In This Moment, Jason Isbell, … More »

Silver Ships (photo by Naomi Cherie/Joseph Salazar)

Albums In The Stream: Silver Ships, Songs From A Room That Never Moves

Silver Ships is Austin songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Chazz Bessette, whose analog home recordings on reclaimed and modified thrift-store devices belie a bedroom wizardry of the organic, a mastery of instruments that require breath or strums, plucks or strikes, with his own sturdy voice weaving harmonies throughout the tracks. Built on folk structures gleaned through a nostalgic rock and roll haze, … More »