Stars – “Trap Door” Video

By Caitlin White / March 3, 2015
Stars have released a meta-commentary on the way that music videos and singles are chosen these days by prefacing the new video for "Trap Door" with the thought process that eventually spurred the visual's creation. It boils down to one thing: radio airplay. So here is director Anthony Von Seck's video for "Trap Door," one… More »


Lizard Kisses – “In The Morning” Video

By Caitlin White / March 3, 2015
Cory Siegler and her boyfriend Marc Merza are the driving force behind the earnest, dreamy vibes of Lizard Kisses. While mostly operating as a duo, they often collaborate with other members of the Brooklyn music community and cite the project as a catalyst for building friendships. Close readers will remember that Jordan Lee of… More »


Clueless, Boogie Nights, & Other Classic Soundtracks Coming To Vinyl For The First Time

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 3, 2015
Universal Music Enterprises announced that they will release 26 major motion picture soundtracks and original scores on vinyl, some of them for the first time ever. Among the titles are Clueless, Boogie Nights, John Wiliiams' scores from ET and Jaws, The Godfather, Silence Of The Lambs, Beetlejuice, and Do The Right Thing. Who doesn't want… More »


Bill Fay – “Something Else Ahead”

By Caitlin White / March 3, 2015
British singer-songwriter Bill Fay recently announced his new album Who Is The Sender? and shared the first song "War Machine." He's followed that one up with "Something Else Ahead" a slow-revolving meditation on the way we blithely rush through life, blind to the beauty all around us. Fay begins with the image of fish… More »


Brandon Flowers, The Flaming Lips, Bethany Cosentino, Local Natives, & More To Play Brian Wilson Tribute Concert

By Collin Robinson / March 3, 2015
Legendary Beach Boys singer-songwriter Brian Wilson has come crashing back into the forefront with his biopic set to premiere at SXSW in just over a week and his 11th solo album, No Pier Pressure, due in April. In addition, Wilson will be the focal point of Brian Fest, a tribute concert to benefit… More »


Chrissie Hynde’s “Incredibly Frank” Memoir Coming This Year

By Caitlin White / March 3, 2015
Chryssie Hynde, the rock legend best known as the lead singer of the Pretenders, is slated to release a memoir this fall. Penguin Random House announced today that Hynde's "incredibly frank" memoir will cover everything from her childhood in Akron, Ohio to the Pretenders and their success during the '70s punk scene, along with… More »


Stream MusicNOW – 10 Years

By Tom Breihan / March 3, 2015
For a solid decade now, the National's Bryce Dessner has been putting together the Cincinnati-based MusicNOW Festival, which often involves one-off collaborations that include indie and experimental music big dogs. A new compilation called MusicNOW - 10 Years commemorates the anniversary by collective live recordings from past years of the festival. We've already posted… More »


Ramona Lisa – “I Love Our World” Video & “Walking In The Cemetery”

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 3, 2015
Caroline Polachek is best known as Chairlift's frontwoman, but she's also been making music on the side under the moniker Ramona Lisa since last year. Her self-produced debut album Arcadia is a placid collection of MIDI-composed songs that Polachek labeled "pastoral electronic music." Today, Terrible Records released the Piano Versions EP, which features three song… More »


The White Stripes’ Get Behind Me Satan Getting First Ever Vinyl Release And Lenticular Cover

By Chris DeVille / March 3, 2015
Jack White is no longer Record Store Day ambassador, but he's still lending some fun to the proceedings. This year's RSD will see the White Stripes' Get Behind Me Satan issued on vinyl for the first time. The LP will feature a special lenticular cover viewable above. A non-exclusive version of the LP with… More »


Van Morrison – “Some Peace Of Mind” (Feat. Bobby Womack)

By Collin Robinson / March 3, 2015
It took two people to parse Van Morrison's extensive catalog for his entry in our Worst To Best franchise, and 34 albums deep into his career, he's still got plenty of verve left. His 35th offering, Duets: Re-working The Catalogue, is due in three weeks. We've already heard the Michael Bublé-assisted version of "More »


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