Spoon Announce New Reissue Series ‘Slay On Cue’

Last year, the indie rock veterans Spoon delivered their first greatest hits compilation called Everything Hits at Once: The Best of Spoon. It included a new single called “No Bullets Spent” and also sparked the band digging through the archives, releasing a handful of demos and rarities. And now, they’re reissuing much of their back … More Spoon Announce New Reissue Series ‘Slay On Cue’

The First Posthumous Daniel Johnston Box Set is Officially Coming

A posthumous Daniel Johnston box set is on the way and will arrive on the first drop of Record Store Day, marking the late singer-songwriter’s first release since his death last year. Following Johnston’s death, his brother revealed how he left behind a large amount of unpublished music and illustrations that might one day be … More The First Posthumous Daniel Johnston Box Set is Officially Coming

A Closer Look: How Clor’s Only Album Became a Lost Indie Rock Gem

Starting today, I present to you a new weekly column called A Closer Look, where I take an in-depth look at an album I believe is overlooked. This week, I’m revisiting the self-titled and only album from the mysterious and short-lived Brixton post-punk band Clor.  During my junior year of high school, I would occasionally … More A Closer Look: How Clor’s Only Album Became a Lost Indie Rock Gem

New Music Roundup — Some Fresh Pop and Resurrection from the Underground

With so much music that was released throughout the week, it can be overwhelming and difficult to determine what to listen to. But we managed to string up a list of some of the best new releases to make things easier for you. From Harry Styles’ new slick and soulful pop album to Duster’s brilliant … More New Music Roundup — Some Fresh Pop and Resurrection from the Underground

Interpol Returns with Their Best Album in Years with ‘Marauder’

Let’s face it, Interpol hasn’t been the same band since their key founding member and bassist, Carlos Dengler, left the band in 2010. Since then, Interpol has released a couple of mediocre albums, including their atmospheric dark self-titled album in 2010 and the safe “returns-to-form” El Pintor in 2014. However, given the sound of their … More Interpol Returns with Their Best Album in Years with ‘Marauder’

Interpol Previews Upcoming Album, ‘Marauder’ With New Single, “The Rover”

Interpol have announced their upcoming sixth studio album, Marauder, out August 24 via Matador Records. To preview their upcoming album, Interpol released the first single, “The Rover” which is a nod to the band’s early sound, which has come and gone throughout their career. “The Rover” opens with a sharp and swingy single-string guitar, which … More Interpol Previews Upcoming Album, ‘Marauder’ With New Single, “The Rover”

The Crust Brothers’ Buried Live Album ‘Marquee Mark’

At a show at the Crocodile Cafe, in Seattle, WA, on Dec. 5, 1997, former Pavement frontman Stephen Malkmus teamed up with another indie rock and lo-fi band Silkworm. It isn’t surprising Malkmus collaborated with Silkworm back in 1997, since his group and Silkworm had a lot in common. They were both signed with Matador … More The Crust Brothers’ Buried Live Album ‘Marquee Mark’

Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks Unfold and Shine on ‘Sparkle Hard’

The fact that Stephen Malkmus has remained relevant than his ’90s contemporaries is pretty unbelievable. You would think an indie musician of such prominence and considered by some to be the Lou Reed of the 90’s, would eventually become irrelevant decades later. However, Malkmus has always been progressive with his music and has been active via … More Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks Unfold and Shine on ‘Sparkle Hard’

Arctic Monkeys Announce New Album, ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’

What could be more pleasing for fans than an international tour? A brand new album. It’s been five years, since we last heard from the English rockers, Arctic Monkeys. They recently announced their sixth studio album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, out May 11 via Domino Records. The new album was co-produced by longtime collaborator … More Arctic Monkeys Announce New Album, ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’

Naked Giants Are a Wrecking Ball of Unchained Rock ‘n’ Roll on ‘SLUFF’

Naked Giants’ band logo may look a bit like throwback Nickelodeon show or that popular holographic Finnish band Binky in that episode of “Arthur,” but they are very much the opposite. This quirky Seattle power trio playing catchy garage punk have already established an aggressively compacted guitar driven and that classic California fuzz-style that can resonate … More Naked Giants Are a Wrecking Ball of Unchained Rock ‘n’ Roll on ‘SLUFF’

Jack White Abolishes the Music Standards on ‘Boarding House Reach’

Let’s just get it out of the way. Jack White’s highly anticipated third solo studio album, “Boarding House Reach,” is bizarre. Very bizarre. This is far from what we all expected, right? He shedded his skin of traditional blues rock and developed a whole new layer of music that is mystifying and beyond the rules. This … More Jack White Abolishes the Music Standards on ‘Boarding House Reach’

Albert Hammond Jr. Is Really Feeding Into What Strokes Fans Have Demanded for Years

Fans hate when their favorite bands progress. It’s weird right? How can people love their favorite bands making the same styled album every couple years? Bands need to change. However, when bands change, they need to have their original form still incorporated into their changes. NYC based post-punk revivalist gods, the Strokes are a perfect … More Albert Hammond Jr. Is Really Feeding Into What Strokes Fans Have Demanded for Years