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Next year, Suckers' Austin Fisher, Yeasayer's Anand Wilder, Delicate Steve's Steve Marion and producer Al Carlson will put out a record as Seltzer Boys, a project borne of the group's one-time live…   Read Story »
Suckers' "Turn On The Sunshine" is the sort of mild-euphoric/shambolic-pop nugget that the band nails at will, a standout from the Candy Salad LP released this spring. Its video is one for the memory…   Read Story »
Since the announcement of Brooklyn indie rockers Suckers' new one, Candy Salad, we've heard a pair of tracks, "Turn On The Sunshine" and "Chinese Braille." Now, the entire record's streaming at…   Read Story »
Brooklyn psych-rockers Suckers are coming back this month with their sophomore album Candy Salad, and we posted their song "Turn On The Sunshine" a few weeks ago. You can stream another one, the…   Read Story »
Last week, we mentioned that Brooklyn indie rockers Suckers are prepping a new release called Candy Salad, a follow-up to 2010's Wild Smile. Now, they've come through with that record's first single,…   Read Story »
Brooklyn indie rock standouts Suckers will release their sophomore record Candy Salad later this spring. Check out dates for their forthcoming, extensive spring tour and scope Candy Salad's track…   Read Story »
The team that created the food-and-music minded IFC show Dinner With The Band are serving up Snacky Tunes Vol. 1, a free collection of live tracks recorded over the course of 68 some-odd installments…   Read Story »
NYC-based label Mishka just released their lookbook for Spring 2011, and as with past lookbooks they recruited their favorite bands to model. Included in this year's roundup are Das Racist (the label…   Read Story »
This week we've got new videos from Scissor Sisters, Adele, Broken Social Scene, Suckers, and Fujiya & Miyagi. One thing I noticed about this week's top five videos -- they were all directed by…   Read Story »
Williamsburg is a Camel cigarette, the new Bedford Ave. Duane Reade has a wine bar inside of it, the yuppies are part of the firmament. Along with the latest wave of high-end gentrification in this…   Read Story »