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Autolux Share New Song, “Soft Scene,” Produced by BOOTS

First Taste of New Album Due Spring 2016

Nov 19, 2015

Autolux have returned with a new song, "Soft Scene." It's the first taste of a new album by the Los Angeles-based trio (Carla Azar, Greg Edwards, and Eugene Goreshter) and was produced by BOOTS, who also produced the album.  More

Bright Eyes Announce First New Album in Nearly Four Years

The People’s Key is Due February 15th on the Band's Longtime Label Saddle Creek.

Nov 30, 2010

After an extended hiatus, Bright Eyes are back with a brand new LP titled The People's Key due in early 2011. We have the details. More

Autolux Return With “Transit Transit”  August 3rd

Fans Predict it Will be Awesome Awesome

May 24, 2010

Los Angeles trio Autolux will return August 3rd with sophomore album, Transit Transit. A follow-up six years in the making (debut Future Perfect was released in 2004), Transit Transit marks the band's first go-around as their own producers. We have the track list. More

Pygmalion Music Festival Announces Lineup and Schedule

From September 16th to 19th, Illinois is the Place to Be for Iron & Wine, The Antlers, My Brightest Diamond, Low, etc.

Aug 13, 2009

Longing for one last summer-ish experience? Well, if you're in Champaign-Urbana Illinois, the fifth annual Pygmalion Music Festival has you covered. A mere $60 dollars gets you four days of music, including such notable indie bands as Iron & Wine, The Books, My Brightest Diamond, The Antlers, Headlights, Wavves, BLK JKS, Autolux, Low, Japandroids, YACHT, and Ra Ra Riot. We have the full lineup and schedule. More

Autolux Announces First Headlining Tour and First in Four Years

Fall Tour Includes Outside Lands, Pygmalion and ATP Festival Dates

Aug 04, 2009

Autolux has announced their fall tour—and their first headlining tour, to be exact and their first tour since 2005. The band will previewing material from their long-awaited forthcoming new album, Transit Transit.


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2005 Year-End Artist Survey

Jan 01, 2006

Eugene Goreshte’s Top Ten Albums of 2005 More