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"Crime" is one of the most exuberant songs on Real Estate's forthcoming Atlas. That's not saying much for its intensity level because the album is super-chill through and through, but you can skip…   Read Story »
There's no good reason not to be excited for Real Estate's forthcoming third LP, Atlas. The band's first two albums are totally great, and the new album's first single, "Talking Backwards," is an…   Read Story »
This week, 2014 kicked into top gear, musically speaking, leaving us with way more than five great songs competing for space in our list of the week's best. We had to leave out truly excellent cuts…   Read Story »
Back in 2011, the expansive New Jersey indie group and onetime Band To Watch Real Estate took a big leap forward with Days, their second album, which deepened the band's sound and sharpened their…   Read Story »
We're almost (almost!) done reflecting on the year that was, so it's time to start taking a closer look at the year that will be. For the past several years, we've ranked our most anticipated albums.…   Read Story »
When he's not working in his main band, Real Estate, Alex Bleeker is working with his other project Alex Bleeker & The Freaks. He put out a very feel-good record earlier this year called How Far Away…   Read Story »
This weekend, the Brooklyn-based record label Mexican Summer will celebrate five years in business with a two-day, indoor-outdoor festival featuring label artists, alumni, and friends at Pioneer…   Read Story »
Just yesterday, Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile dropped a new track from his excellent psychedelic pop band Ducktails, and today, some news from his day job: Real Estate will be doing a very…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Ducktails, the Real Estate side project led by guitarist Matt Mondanile, released the sunny and extremely likable LP The Flower Lane, which worked as a kind of album-length tribute…   Read Story »
Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile's other band, Ducktails, released one of 2013's most unjustly overlooked LPs, The Flower Lane, an album so dreamily, wondrously relaxed that it should seriously…   Read Story »