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WATCH: Fall In Love With Nightlands And Their Video For “Fell In Love With A Feeling”

By Staff, Photo by Catharine Maloney on January 23, 2013

 

WATCH: Fall In Love With Nightlands And Their Video For “Fell In Love With A Feeling”

 

Philadelphia-based artist Dave Hartley, under the pseudonym Nightlands has released his newest effort, titled Oak Island (out now on Secretly Canadian), which features 10 songs about sadness and love which all feature a sound that is simultaneously futuristic and nostalgic for the sounds of the 70’s. On “I Fell In Love With A Feeling” Hartley’s warm vocals carry you through the pop kaleidoscope that kindly assures the listener that everything is going to be okay.

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WATCH: Deap Vally Isn’t A Duo To Mess With In “Lies” Video; ‘Get Deap’ EP Available April 9!

By Staff on January 23, 2013

 

WATCH: Deap Vally Isn’t A Duo To Mess With In “Lies” Video; ‘Get Deap’ EP Available April 9!

 

LA blues rock 'n' roll duo, Deap Vally—who performed at FILTER's Coachella Kick-Off Party last year and was added yesterday to the FIB 2013 lineup—has announced that on April 9, their debut four-track EP, Get Deap, will be released in North America via Cherrytree/Communion/Interscope/Island Records.

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LISTEN: Julian Lynch Keeps Fans On Their Toes With New Track Off ‘Lines’: “Carios kelleyi I”

By Staff ; Photo by Jacqueline Kursel on January 23, 2013

 

LISTEN: Julian Lynch Keeps Fans On Their Toes With New Track Off ‘Lines’: “Carios kelleyi I”

 

Earlier this month, Julian Lynch announced the tracklisting for forthcoming full-length, Lines, available March 26 via Underwater Peoples Records.

 

Today, Lynch unveils Lines' versatile second track, "Carios kelleyi I," both pleasantly languorous and adroitly dissonant—like skipping across warm sand one moment, and then tiptoeing across an active volcano the next. Check it out below! 

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LISTEN: Ólafur Arnalds Readies New Album, Offers First Taste “This Place Was A Shelter”

By Staff, Photo by Stuart Bailes on January 23, 2013

 

LISTEN: Ólafur Arnalds Readies New Album, Offers First Taste “This Place Was A Shelter”

 

On his upcoming album, For Now I Am Winter, out February 25th via Mercury Classics, Icelandic prodigy Ólafur Arnalds made the decision to expand his sound and push himself in new directions--in fear of becoming too familiar with his own process. For Now I Am Winter is a collection of songs more complex in arrangement than his previous outings, with electronic elements that were usually relegated to the background taking a more prominent role on this new album.

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WATCH: Ultraísta Colors The Internet With New Video For “Wash It Over”

By Staff on January 22, 2013

 

WATCH: Ultraísta Colors The Internet With New Video For “Wash It Over”

Ultraísta is the new musical collaboration of Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, percussionist Joey Waronker and vocalist Laura Bettinson. Today the trio presents us with the official video for “Wash It Over." Adding yet another element to the groups calming storm on our senses, the video features a single shot of Bettinson singing with a radiant light show being projected over her.

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TOUR WATCH: The Twilight Sad Strips Down For Upcoming North American Tour

By Staff, Photo by Nic Shonfeld on January 22, 2013

 

TOUR WATCH: The Twilight Sad Strips Down For Upcoming North American Tour

 

The Twilight Sad have announced a string of North American shows in support of good friends Frightened Rabbit, sending them down the west coast and across the midwest.

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LISTEN: The Here And Now Persuasively Pleads, “Keep Me In Your Heart” (FILTER Premiere)

By Staff on January 21, 2013

 

LISTEN: The Here And Now Persuasively Pleads, “Keep Me In Your Heart” (FILTER Premiere)

 

Alan Day—the Worcester, MA-bred musician affiliated with popular pop-punk outfit, Four Year Strong—released a few tracks this past December under indie rock alias, The Here And Now.

 

Take this moment to heed Day's moniker—yes, right here, right now—by listening to the eclectic and tasteful rock anthem, "Keep Me In Your Heart," off Born To Make Believe - Part I

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WATCH: Sin Fang Debuts Video For “Look Into The Light” + Announces Third Album Release Date

By Staff on January 19, 2013

 

WATCH: Sin Fang Debuts Video For “Look Into The Light” + Announces Third Album Release Date

 

Icelandic experimental pop artist Sin Fang and mastermind behind Seabear, has graced us with the debut of his new video for "Look At The Light." He also announced  his new album Flowers to be released February 19th via Morr Music.

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WATCH: Shout Out Louds Turn Dust Into Diamonds In “Walking In Your Footsteps” Music Video

By Staff on January 18, 2013

 

WATCH: Shout Out Louds Turn Dust Into Diamonds In “Walking In Your Footsteps” Music Video

 

With their latest album, Optica, out next month, Stockholm's Shout Out Louds have definitely stuck to their album's name when making the videos for their singles (ex: "Blue Ice"). Their newest video for "Walking In Your Footsteps" is no exception.

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WATCH: Dinosaur Jr. Demonstrates That dB Drag Racing Can Become A Nightmare

By Staff on January 18, 2013

 

WATCH: Dinosaur Jr. Demonstrates That dB Drag Racing Can Become A Nightmare

 

Watching Dinosaur Jr.'s new video for their single "Pierce The Morning Rain" today, we were a little confused as to the different things that this video had: James Urbaniak (Homeland), comedienne Maria Bamford, an obsession with dB drag racing and Henry Rollins beating the crap out of James Urbaniak in his dreams. 

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