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We just heard Bear In Heaven's "The Green"; now here's another contribution to the Everything Is New Project compilation BOATS, a benefit for impoverished low-caste Indian children. This one comes…   Read Story »
Not that many people released music videos in the first week of the year, though I can't quite figure out why. The world is back at work, it's cold outside, and we need flashy images to occupy our…   Read Story »
Late last year, Brooklyn synth poppers Keepaway teased their debut LP with "Cake," and now that single has a colorful video. Max Goldblatt directs. Check it own down below. (via The…   Read Story »
Brooklyn's Keepaway have long been cool with Das Racist, and they're now getting ready to release their debut album on Greedhead, the label started by DR member Heems. The LP is called Black Flute.…   Read Story »
There's a larger dose of videos this week, since we took Friday off for the holiday. And the best videos this week are varied -- there's a new, interactive clip from Au Revoir Simone, another…   Read Story »
When we posted Brooklyn trio Keepaway’s “Sideways Smile” I mentioned it came from a forthcoming free digital-only EP, Kompetitor, said to feature “some music from what’s next, some music…   Read Story »
Brooklyn trio Keepaway's "Sideways Smile" comes from their forthcoming free digital-only Kompetitor, which the band says features "some music from what's next, some music from the last few months,…   Read Story »
Earlier this week Das Racist dropped their Mad Decent & Mischka co-presented Sit Down, Man mixtape for free on the internet, last night they celebrated with a free show at Santos Party House,…   Read Story »
Percussive Brooklyn trio (and Animal Collective fans) Keepaway follow their ebullient Baby Style EP and Fol Chen remix with "100," a decidedly witchy single forthcoming via Lefse. We don't have much…   Read Story »
I'd meant to put up these photos by Sean O'Kane yesterday, but Peter Gabriel got in the way (always getting in the way, that guy). So a day late but still worth framing: Williamsburg's Glasslands…   Read Story »