Music

  1. Single Serving: Beach Slang – Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas

    Music works best when it really connects with the listener. Enter Philadelphia’s Beach Slang, a band primarily concerned with finding that connection. After releasing two excellent EP’s last year, they’re readying a first full-length with a title as on the nose and Beach Slang-ish as it gets, The Things We Do To Find People Who Feel Continue…

    Take a listen to the latest energized punk anthem "Bad Art & Weirdo Ideas" from Beach Slang.


  2. Single Serving: Long Beard – Porch

    Long Beard is the musical moniker of New Brunswick, New Jersey’s Leslie Bear. With news of her first full-length comes the single, “Porch,” a track that relies on the strength of Bear’s quiet, hypnotizing and melodic vocals which are complimented by the beautiful guitar tones that reverberate underneath. There is an airiness to the song in the Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Widowspeak – Dead Love (So Still)

    We’ve been a little obsessed with Brooklyn-trio Widowspeak in this home ever since we first heard their “Gun Shy” and “Harsh Realm” singles back in 2011. Several albums later, the obsession simply continues to grow. Hours ago they shared the latest single “Dead Love (So Still)” from their new album All Yours and it’s a Continue…

  4. Early Bird Guide to Outside Lands 2015

    I’ve always been an early bird when it comes to music festivals, not only are you receiving the best bang for your buck, but it is also a great opportunity to really see and appreciate the art around the grounds and taste some spectacular food, without all the crowds. Above all things though, I’m there Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Glass Animals – Gold Lime

    UK-based Glass Animals decided to tackle a mash-up style cover of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Gold Lion” mixed with Erykah Badu’s “The Healer” to celebrate an upcoming performance this weekend at Central Park SummerStage in New York. Titled “Gold Lion” they blend the two vibes beautifully and the result is pure fire. Handle with care.

  6. Single Serving: IYES – No Love

    Brighton’s IYES aren’t holding back. They’ve now shared three new tracks in two weeks. The latest is the lovely, shimmering ballad “No Love.” More softly introspective than much of their previous output, it showcases another side of the duo and I’m definitely feeling it. Take a listen below.

  7. TK047: No Vacation – Amo XO

    I’m slightly embarrassed to admit that I discovered San Francisco’s No Vacation, who literally live in the same neighborhood as Kasey and me, thanks to a submission from our excellent Toronto-based music contributor Laura Stanley. But, although I’d always love to get the scoop on a band from my own backyard, I’ll happily settle with Continue…

  8. Single Serving: EL VY – Return to the Moon

    The National’s Matt Berninger and Menomena’s Brent Knopf have joined forces for a new project under the moniker EL VY (“pronounced like a plural of Elvis; rhymes with ‘hell pie’”). You can take a listen to the album’s title track “Return to the Moon (Political Song for Didi Bloome to Sing, with Crescendo)” below. You Continue…

  9. Single Serving: Roadside Graves – Gospel Radio

    Roadside Graves are described as “secret New Jersey treasures” by Garden State label Don Giovanni Records – who will release their new album Acne/Ears this September. The first track from the upcoming full-length, “Gospel Radio,” recounts the divorce of frontman John Gleason’s parents and according to the singer represents a new direction for the band – who formed Continue…

  10. Single Serving: All Dogs – That Kind Of Girl

    Maryn Jones might be indie music’s hardest worker. Not only is she a member of Columbus indie-folk band Saintseneca but she recently released her debut solo album as Yowler, and her indie-pop trio All Dogs will drop their debut full-length Kicking Every Day at the end of the month. The album’s first single, “That Kind Of Girl,” Continue…

  11. Tame Impala – Currents

    It’s 2015 and I think it’s fair to say that Tame Impala are officially one of the most critically acclaimed young rock bands in the world. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a mere eight years since Kevin Parker humbly shared the first Tame Impala tracks with the world (on MySpace of all places) Continue…

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