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Father John Misty Announces Fall American and European Tour Dates

God’s Favorite Customer Due Out June 1 via Sub Pop; King Tuff and Bedouine Among Support Acts

May 02, 2018

Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) is releasing a new album God's Favorite Customer, on June 1 via Sub Pop worldwide (except for Europe, where it's on Bella Union). Now he has announced some new fall American and European tour dates to go down this September and October. King Tuff will be the support on most of the September U.S. dates, whereas Bedouine will be the opener on many of his October European dates. More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Courtney Barnett, Gaz Coombes, Let’s Eat Grandma, Snail Mail, and More

Plus Okkervil River, The Go! Team, King Tuff (feat. Jenny Lewis), Hiss Golden Messenger, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Mar 23, 2018

Last week we skipped Songs of the Week. Most of the music industry was in Austin for SXSW and thus few notable songs were shared last week, leaving us with not enough contenders to even put together a Top 5 we were truly excited about. So this week's Songs of the Week mainly covers this week, but has a few songs from last week, including the song that would've been our #1 last week if we'd done a list. Hence we have a Top 12 this week. More

Mar 21, 2018

King Tuff (aka Kyle Thomas) is releasing a new album, The Other, on April 13 via Sub Pop. Now he has shared another song from the album, "Thru the Cracks." It features the guest vocals of Jenny Lewis (although we wouldn't call it a full on duet).  More

Ty Segall and King Tuff to Release Split Live Album, “Live at Pickathon”

Listen to Live Versions of Ty Segall's "Queen Lullabye" and King Tuff's "She's On Fire"

Mar 30, 2015

On May 5, Ty Segall and King Tuff have announced that they will release a split live 12'', Live at Pickathon, capturing the artists' 2013 performances from the Oregon-based music festival. More



Reviews

Black Moon Spell

Black Moon Spell

Sub Pop

Nov 03, 2014

The first riff on Black Moon Spell (on the title track, no less) is proof that Kyle Thomas (aka King Tuff) is gunning for a space among the guitar heroes. More