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So far everything that Frightened Rabbit's thrown into the pre-release promo pile has only built our anticipation for their forthcoming Winter Of Mixed Drinks. The charging "Nothing Like You" is all…   Read Story »
The Winter Of Mixed Drinks landed on our anticipated list because its predecessor The Midnight Organ Fight was aces, and because "Swim Until You Can't See Land," the lead single from its follow-up,…   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
Frightened Rabbit's already four-and-half minutes into the best album reviews of their career on the back of the expansively intimate lead single "Swim Until You Can't See Land," which landed…   Read Story »
Glaswegian warm-hearted rockers Frightened Rabbit are seven inches closer to a follow-up to their excellent The Midnight Organ Fight LP with a pair of new tracks, out next month and billed as a…   Read Story »
Stream both sides of the forthcoming (11/16) single at Fat Cat. (Thanks for the tip, Iggy.) The label calls it "a primer" for the next "as yet untitled album, expected in Spring 2010." They've done…   Read Story »
While we were rocking the Catskills, enjoying what Wayne Coyne said was "the greatest collection of underground music ever assembled," dozens of other great indie bands (and a few hip-hop luminaries)…   Read Story »
The Voice's annual indie rock fest gave audiophiles the second good reason to visit Coney Island last week, bringing out everyone from Spank Rock to Future Of The Left to Built To Spill on a sunny…   Read Story »
The second installment of Guilt By Association comes out in February. In case you don't remember Vol. 1, the compilation featured contemporary indie bands covering so-called "guilty pleasures." Of…   Read Story »
This week, Glaswegian crew Frightened Rabbit released their sophomore album The Midnight Organ Fight. The elegantly grimy heart breaker "Soon Go" isn't part of the collection, but it was a part of…   Read Story »