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Some weeks, we get an absolute deluge of great videos, but I can't remember any other weeks as rich as this one. I thought about blowing it out to a top-10 list this week, but that would take…   Read Story »
How fast can you run when your body is shot full of arrows? That's the question that the hero of alt-J's "Hunger Of The Pine" video faces. The British trio is preparing to release their much-awaited…   Read Story »
"Hunger Of The Pine," our first preview of alt-J's sophomore effort This Is All Yours, was a relatively progressive musical gesture -- an eerie slow-build that climaxed with the awkward yet oddly…   Read Story »
Last week, the British trio alt-J announced that they'd follow up their massively successful and Mercury Prize-winning debut An Awesome Wave with the new album This Is All Yours later this year.…   Read Story »
The British band alt-j won the prestigious Mercury Music Prize and earned themselves perennial festival bookings with their debut album, 2012's An Awesome Wave, and now they've announced plans to…   Read Story »
Alt-J stopped by Letterman last night to play "Fitzpleasure," a track off their 2012 Mercury Music Prize-winning debut An Awesome Wave. Watch below. An Awesome Wave is out now via Infectious…   Read Story »
Last night, Brit band ALT-J were the musical guests on Fallon. The band performed "Tessellate" from their Mercury Prize-winning album An Awesome Wave. Check it out below.   Read Story »
A few weeks ago, She & Him re-ignited the timeless question of smartphone usage at concerts when they banned cameras at their Toronto Urban Roots Fest performance. It's an increasingly common request…   Read Story »
In 1994, when there were no Vines or Instagrams or Twitter feeds or blog updates to at least slightly numb one's FOMO, I watched MTV's coverage of the Woodstock re-up as a means to dull my anger…   Read Story »
If there was one constant during the Monday at Sasquatch! it might as well have been "failure." The rainy final day, riddled with many sound problems, cancellations, and absences, brought that word…   Read Story »