[new]: The Orwells – Let It Burn

By Will Oliver, March 25th 2014

The Orwells - Discraceland

The Orwells will release new album Disgraceland on June 3 via Canvasback/Atlantic Records.

To celebrate the announcement, the young Chiacago rockers have let loose of the video for “Let It Burn”, a great youthful anthem featured on the album. The video features some footage of their recent tour in the UK. I have yet to see these guys live but the video does a good job of making you feel like you’re there.

Catch it below. Read the rest of this entry »

Smashing Pumpkins To Release Two Albums In 2015

By Will Oliver, March 25th 2014

Smashing Pumpkins

Smashing Pumpkins, or Billy Corgan and the new lineup consisting of Schroeder, Mike Byrne, and Nicole Fiorentino, have announced some big news.

Today the band have launched a new website where they revealed that they have two new album on the way in 2015. The name of the albums are Monuments To An Elegy and Day For Night. The recording sessions for the albums began today with Howard Willing producing. The first new single will be out sometime this year

Here’s the full official note from Billy himself that he shared on the site:

Pleased to announce that I’ve just inked a new record deal with BMG that will see the release of two Smashing Pumpkins albums in 2015; titled successively: ‘Monuments To An Elegy’ and ‘Day For Night.’ For those interested in sound, think: ‘guitars, guitars, guitars, and more guitars;’ but more so on the epic side of things than say, grossly metallic. Recording sessions begin today, as plenty of songs have been written and ready to go. Manning the boards will be producer Howard Willing, with whom I first had the pleasure of working with during the ‘Adore’ sessions. We expect a single out by year’s end.

Additionally, this stands as the initial post on a new nexus: The Panopticon, which through its simplicity should better address the speed of modern life. A continuing feature, items regarding each day’s recording will be shared that same evening, with song titles, lyrics, poetic impressions, pictures, sound clips, studio gear and the like offered for a circuitous, bird’s eye view of the process as it unfolds.

The new website, which is known as The Panopticon, will be the platform for which the band will share info on the day’s recordings with information on song title, lyrics, picture, sound clips and more. Pretty cool. Lets just hope the music is up to speed. High hopes..

Pixies Announce New Album: ‘Indie Cindy’

By Will Oliver, March 25th 2014

Pixies - Indie Cindy

Pixies have announced that they will release their first new album since 1991′s Trompe Le Monde. The album is titled Indie Cindy, which was the name of a song included on an EP they released last year (titled EP-1). This makes some sense, as the album features tracks off all 3 EPs that were recently released. The band will release it on April 29 via their own label Pixiesmusic.

Simon Archer handled bass duties during recording of the album. There’s no contributions to be found from Kim Deal, or her two live replacements: Kim Shattuck and Paz Lenchantin. Gil Norton produced Indie Cindy. That’s good news, as he produced Doolittle, Bossanova and Trompe Le Monde.

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Beverly Announce Debut Album: ‘Careers’

By Will Oliver, March 25th 2014


Beverly, the new band consisting of duo Frankie Rose and Drew Citron, has announced that their debut album is titled Careers. It’s out July 1 via Kanine Records.

We already heard their wonderful debut track, first single “Honey Do.” The track is one of my personal favorites of the year, making me terribly excited to hear what a full album from these ladies sounds like.

They released an album trailer which you can find below along with the album tracklisting and the stream of “Honey Do.” They also will be playing in Brooklyn on April 18 at Brooklyn Night Bazaar.

Album Trailer:

“Honey Do”:


1. Madora
2. Honey Do
3. Planet Birthday
4. All the Things
5. Yale’s Life
6. Ambular
7. Out on a Ride
8. Hong Kong Hotel
9. You Can’t Get it Right
10. Black and Grey

Craft Spells - Nausea

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Justin Vellesteros and his band Craft Spells. Even longer since their last full-length album. Well thankfully they have announced a new one. It’s called Nausea and it’s out June 10 via Captured Tracks.

Nausea was recorded in Seattle, recorded/engineered by Dylan Wall and produced by Vallesteros himself. Vallestteros experienced artistic and personal growth during his hiatus away from the band, discovering a new version of himself when compared to the one that released 2010′s Idle Labor. He trained himself properly on piano, as it’s instrument from which all the tracks for Nausea were written. So clearly this new album is a new direction for the band.

The first taste of the album is single “Breaking The Angle Against The Tide.” Craft Spells have treated us with a free mp3 download of the song, and what a gift it is. Those wicked guitar lines are still there, but this time they are guiding by sweeping strings that add a whole different layer to their sound. It’s sounding sort of like the direction Wild Nothing took mixed in with the earnest nature of The Drums.

It’s an impressive comeback song. Grab your free download below.
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Kate Bush Announces First Live Shows In 35 Years

By Will Oliver, March 24th 2014

Kate Bush

It’s been a while since the legendary Kate Bush has played live. Try 35 years. So it’s a big deal that she’s announced 15 new London shows at the Hammersmith Apollo for a tour that she’s calling “Before The Dawn.” The dates will take place from August to September.

Along with the announcement on her website Bush added this simple message in there:

I am delighted to announce that we will be performing some live shows this coming August and September.
I hope you will be able to join us and I look forward to seeing you there.
We’ll keep you updated with further news on the web site.
Meanwhile, all details of concert dates and tickets are in the note below.
Very best wishes,

Hopefully this is the start of some larger touring, maybe even a U.S. tour? I can dream. Find the full list of tour dates below. Read the rest of this entry »

Veruca Salt To Reunite With Original Lineup

By Will Oliver, March 24th 2014

Veruca Salt

90s alternative band Veruca Salt have reunited with their original lineup (Nina Gordon, Steve Lack, Louise Post, Jim Shapiro) for the first time in 14 years. They will put out a 10″ single on Record Store Day (April 18) featuring two new songs, “The Museum Of Broken Relationships” and “It’s Holy.” It will also feature their hit song “Seether” and will be pit out by their old label, Minty Fresh.

Here’s the official message that they shared on their site:

It’s been 14 years but the day has finally come: The original members of Veruca Salt are back together and we’re doing our thing once more. On April 19, Record Store Day, we’re releasing a limited-edition ten-inch. On one side are two brand-new VS songs; on the other side is “Seether,” (a) because this is the 20th anniversary of its original release, and (b) because come on. We recorded the new songs with Brad Wood, and Minty Fresh is putting the record out, just like the first time around. So much more to tell, but we’re too busy relearning all our old songs and recording new ones.

Tour dates may be on the way soon. If you missed your chance to see them years ago, you just may be in luck.

The Black Keys

The Black Keys have announced their new album in the most absurd way possible. The album is called Turn Blue and it comes out on May 13. They made the announcement through a weird video that Mike Tyson tweeted out. Yes, you read that correctly. Find the tweet and video posted below.


New single “Fever” is coming tomorrow, apparently around 3:30 p.m., so stay tuned for that.

Spoon Tease A New Song

By Will Oliver, March 18th 2014


Spoon have been working on their new album since last year, but it seems like we will be seeing it quite soon. Last week the band shared on their twitter accountthat they’re a week away from a finished album. See the tweet itself posted below.



Which means that the album is likely finished by now. They also shared an album teaser that features a short (but very sweet) clip of a new song. Find it posted below. It’s sounding gooood.
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