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It's tough to accurately describe what musical genre Future Islands work in, since they're basically a genre unto themselves, one where dreampop atmospherics and ripped-throat death-metal roars and…   Read Story »
Though Phantogram's new album, Voices, came out this past February, it's been almost a year since we first heard the highlight "Black Out Days," and now Future Islands have given it the remix…   Read Story »
St. Louis' LouFest has been going strong since 2010, and this year's lineup has just been announced. OutKast will headline (as can be expected at this point) along with Arctic Monkeys and Cake. Some…   Read Story »
Mt. Royal brings together members of Baltimore indie-rock greats Celebration, Lake Trout, and touring members of current cause célèbre Future Islands in service of brisk, brawny, bass-driven…   Read Story »
The last time Baltimore synthpop expressionists Future Islands did musical-guest duties on a late-night TV program, it was the Letterman performance that made them, more or less, famous. I don't know…   Read Story »
Future Islands have been getting tons of attention ever since 4AD signed them and David Letterman co-signed them. One of the oddest examples is this new "moving portrait" from Google Play in which…   Read Story »
Last weekend we told you our top moments for the first week of Coachella from Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Today, before the second weekend of the festival begins, we'd like to share some of our…   Read Story »
We recently heard glossy dance-rock trio Little Daylight remixing Sky Ferreira; now here's Future Islands remixing Little Daylight. "Overdose," premiered here last year, originally sounded like a…   Read Story »
Future Islands is coming off a few months where everyone finally recognizes that they exist after their excellent new album Singles, mostly after a meme-worthy and heartfelt Late Show performance.…   Read Story »
I'm not crying, I just have a little dust in my eyes. No, really: Coachella's second day was largely engulfed by a more manageable (but still annoying!) version of the dust storm that turned last…   Read Story »