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Real Estate guitarist Matt Mondanile also records as Ducktails, and his new album The Flower Lane drops next month. We've already posted the album's title track, but the official first single is…   Read Story »
On Saturday 11/17, some of indie rock's most prominent names got together to stage a benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Real Estate, Vampire Weekend, Devendra Banhart, the Walkmen's Hamilton…   Read Story »
Real Estate guitarist Matthew Mondanile has released three loose and languid albums under his Ducktails moniker -- it's not easy to make Real Estate seem energized by comparison, but Ducktails…   Read Story »
On Saturday night, Real Estate played at the New York venue Webster Hall and debuted a new song that lasted a kinda-astonishing 10 minutes. It's a warm, expansive piece of work that goes heavy one…   Read Story »
Sunday’s lineup at Pitchfork opened with the promise of two “secret” guest spots – one that happened, one that didn’t – and an extremely anticipated sets from festival closers Vampire…   Read Story »
Weekend one of Coachella is a wrap, and in the resulting detox from Sunday's action, we've got a fresh batch of archived sets to point you towards. Now online are full sets from the Weeknd (his US…   Read Story »
For Record Store Day (April 21), Domino and Ribbon will put out the multi-media Smugglers Way Flexi-Disc Zine, a release that combines a 24-page zine with five flexi discs of unreleased material by…   Read Story »
Real Estate's single for "Easy" is coming out this spring, and they recently took that release's B-side, "Exactly Nothing," to Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 Radio studio for a live performance. Head to…   Read Story »
Vacation, it would seem, is finally over. For the first time in a few weeks, it was actually a bit of a chore to narrow this list down to five videos, since a lot of people are finally letting some…   Read Story »
On today's episode of the NPR show World Cafe Live, Real Estate rolled through and performed eight songs live in studio. Seven of them came from Days, the band's 2011 album, but as Pitchfork points…   Read Story »