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On Tuesday night, The Raveonettes and Coves played their second consecutive show at Music Hall of Williamsburg, packing the walls with plenty of guitar goodness to go around.


UK duo Coves were up first, fresh of the release of their debut album Soft Friday. The group is comprised of singer Rebekah Wood and multi-instrumentalist John Rigard, who are joined by a stand-up drummer live. They delivered a promising punch of mesmerizing psych-guitar that hit hard when it needed, but also found moments of solitude and reflection that called to mind 80s Brit acts such as Echo and The Bunnymen. Read the rest of this entry »

Ariel Pink – Put Your Number In My Phone

By Will Oliver, October 1st 2014

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Ariel Pink will release new album pom pom on November 18 via 4AD. It’s a double album, sitting tall at 17 tracks and 69 minutes long.

“Put Your Number In My Phone” is the first single from the album, and it’s Ariel in typical Ariel form. Early 70s am radio waves collide with hints of a sun filled California sky. It’s a good one.

Stream it below.
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The Fervor – Moment Of Truth

By Will Oliver, September 30th 2014

The Fervor

Louisville’s The Fervor started as the husband-and-wife duo of Natalie and Ben Felker. These days the lineup is rounded out by Matt Heron, Brandon Duggins and MaryLiz Guillemi.

Today the group released the reissue of their 2007 album Bleeder, which includes a lovely offering by the name of “Moment Of Truth.” It opens sparsely, but soon takes a turn for the dramatic, opening up old emotional wounds in devastating fashion.

Take a listen to “Moment Of Truth” below, and check out the rest of the album over at their bandcamp page. The record is also available for purchase via Karate Body Records
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Premiere: Hospital – Right On

By Will Oliver, September 30th 2014

Hospital - Right On

Last year Russian rockers Hospital captured my heart with their lovely single “Lust For You,” which ended up making my list of the best songs of the year.

Next month they will return with a new EP titled Satellite Flare. Today, we have the honor and privilege of premiering the EP’s first single, “Right On.” Here’s how the band describe the song:

“Right On” is the song about joy. Not a particular joy but the feeling you get accidentally when you do not expect it. The lyrics is pretty simple just because we don’t wanna use all these heavy forms to explain easy things. In some way this is a tribute to guitar bands of the 60th. The song is very uplifting and inspiring, which is truly important for this time. We also would like to say special thanks to our sound producer Korney Kretov from Xuman Records Studio for this record.

There’s definitely a youthful hopeful quality to “Right On” that sounds like a sunny afternoon well spent with those who mean the most to you. Enjoy it via the stream below.

Kasabian at Terminal 5 (September 27, 2014)

By Will Oliver, September 29th 2014

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Remember when thee free iTunes single of the week meant something? Well, back in 2004 it did. As a young, impressionable music fan, I remember one of the free songs one week was a song called “Club Foot” by a British group called Kasabian. It was unlike any other music I was exposed to at the time, opening doors to many other British rock acts from past and present.

This past Saturday night, nearly a decade after discovering Kasabian, I finally got to see them live. They played to a very much sold out Terminal 5, a packed jammed with fans of all ages, who were all there to get a little bit crazy with Kasabian. Read the rest of this entry »

Tennis at Webster Hall (September 26, 2014)

By Anthony Bauer, September 29th 2014

Tennis @ Webster Hall

All photos by Anthony Bauer

Tennis are currently on tour in support of their fantastic new album, Ritual In Repeat which they released earlier this month via Fat Possum Records. This past Friday, they rolled through NYC to play to a packed Webster Hall.

Playing tracks from their entire catalog, the Denver based husband and wife duo of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley seamlessly mixed old songs with new with ease. No matter what they played from their three album (+ 1 EP) discography, they sounded even tighter live than they do on their recordings. It was my first time seeing them live and they very quickly proved that they’re an indie-pop powerhouse not to be messed with. With crisp groovy baselines, fierce drumming, stellar keyboards, shimmering guitar work and silky smooth vocals, whats not to love? Read the rest of this entry »

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All photos by Chloe Locarro

On Thursday night the mysterious Slow Magic played Santos Party House in support of his recently released album How to Run Away. Not much is known about the person behind the mask, but its this sense of secracy that allows us to just focus on the musician. He’s able to connect with his audiences through his music and performance, such as coming down with his drum and performing within the crowd.

Our photographer Chloe Locarro was there to capture the performance. Find all of her shots posted below.
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On Tuesday night Christopher Owens rocked Highline Ballroom is support of his new album A New Testament, which will be released next week.

Owens shared plenty of tracks from the new album, while ignoring last year’s Lysandre completely. In it’s place were fan favorite’s from Girls’s two albums such as “Laura,” “Hellhole Ratrace” and “Vomit.” It was a pleasant surprise for me, as it was the other way around the last time I saw Owens. Read the rest of this entry »

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All photos by Dana Pacifico

On Sunday night electronic duo Simian Mobile Disco made their return to New York to play at the always intimate Music Hall of Williamsburg. They played through the entirety of their newly released album Whorl, an album which was recorded live during their performance at Pioneertown using just two modular snyths, two sequencers, and a mixer. Sunday’s performance of Whorl sounded even better live, delivered in a large scale and epic manner that had everyone in the crowd caught up in their energy.

As a huge fan of Arctic Monkeys it was great to be in the presence of their longtime producer James Ford, and to see him work his magic alongside his Simian partner in crime, Jas Shaw.

Check out some more photos from their performance from Sunday night below, all of which were taken by our very own Dana Pacifico.
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