Seven Best Songs of the Week: TORRES, Protomartyr, Nine Inch Nails, Ben Gibbard, and More

Plus A. Savage, Tricky, Zola Jesus, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 14, 2017

The first four singles from Arcade Fire's forthcoming new album, Everything Now, seem to have gotten a mixed response from fans, but we make no apologies for naming the album's excellent and catchy first single, title track "Everything Now," our #1 Song of the Week back on June 2. More

Jul 10, 2017

Parquet Courts' frontman Andrew Savage has announced his debut solo album, Thawing Dawn, which is being released under the name A. Savage. He has also shared the album's first single, "Winter in the South." Thawing Dawn is due out October 13 via Dull Tolls. More

Feb 17, 2017

Parquet Courts released their excellent latest albumHuman Performance, back last April via Rough Trade. Last July they stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform Human Performance track "Captive of the Sun." More

Watch: Parquet Courts - “Outside” Video

Human Performance Out Now via Rough Trade

Jan 19, 2017

Parquet Courts released their excellent latest album, Human Performance, back last April via Rough Trade. Now they have shared a video for "Outside."  More

Grammy Nominations Announced: Beyoncé, Drake, Rihanna, and Kanye West Lead the Field

David Bowie and Radiohead Not Up for Album of the Year

Dec 06, 2016

Oh well. After showing signs that they might welcome indie rock artists (or in some cases at least indie rock adjacent artists) into the big categories in recent years, with Album of the Year wins by Beck, Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons, and Daft Punk, and Courtney Barnett being nominated for Best New Artist last year, this year it's business as usual. More

Jul 15, 2016

Parquet Courts released their new album, Human Performance, back in April via Rough Trade. Last night they stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform Human track "Captive of the Sun." More

Watch Parquet Courts as Puppets in the “Human Performance” Video

Human Performance Out Now via Rough Trade, "Performing Human" 12-inch Due Out August 19

Jun 29, 2016

Parquet Courts released their new album, Human Performance, back in April via Rough Trade. Now they have shared a video for the album's title track in which the band are puppets.  More

Under the Radar Announces May/June 2016 Issue with M83 on the Cover

Issue 57 Also Includes Interview with Lush, Primal Scream, John Carpenter, Frightened Rabbit, Underworld, Yeasayer, Frankie Cosmos, Julien Baker, Cat's Eyes, School of Seven Bells, Parquet Courts, Fear of Men, Minor Victories, Kevin Morby, and More

May 06, 2016

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of our May/June 2016 issue (out May, June, and into July), which has shipped out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon. It will also soon be available digitally via Under the Radar's app, and the magazine apps Zinio, Readly, and Readbug. The issue features M83 on the cover. More

Listen: Parquet Courts - “Human Performance”

Human Performance Due Out This Friday via Rough Trade

Apr 06, 2016

Parquet Courts are releasing their new album, Human Performance, this Friday via Rough Trade. Now they have shared the album's title track in your final chance to try before you buy before the album is out. Check it out below. More

Listen: Parquet Courts - “Outside”

Human Performance out 4/8 on Rough Trade

Mar 24, 2016

Today Parquet Courts shared a new song off their upcoming album Human Performance called "Outside." More

Watch Parquet Courts Perform “Berlin Got Blurry” on “Conan”

Human Performance Due Out April 8 via Rough Trade

Mar 03, 2016

Parquet Courts are releasing their new album, Human Performance, on April 8 via Rough Trade. Previously they had shared the videos for "Dust," the album's opening track, and "Berlin Got Blurry." Last night they performed the latter on ConanConan O'Brien approved, telling the band at the end, "That was great, I like that hook."  More

Watch: Parquet Courts - “Berlin Got Blurry” Video

Human Performance Due Out April 8 via Rough Trade

Feb 25, 2016

Parquet Courts are releasing their new album, Human Performance, on April 8 via Rough Trade. Previously they had shared the video for "Dust," the album's opening track. Now the band has shared a video for "Berlin Got Blurry," which was fittingly shot in Berlin. More

Parquet Courts Announce New Album, Share Video for “Dust”

Human Performance Due Out April 8 via Rough Trade, Tour Dates Announced

Feb 04, 2016

Parquet Courts have announced a new album and shared a video for one of its tracks. Human Performance is due out April 8 via Rough Trade. Below is the video for "Dust," the album's opening track. They've also announced a bunch of tour dates, which are also below. More

Aug 04, 2015

Parquet Courts are switching labels, from the great small New York based indie label What's Your Rupture? to the much bigger but still great London based indie label Rough TradeMore

Watch: Parquet Courts – “Pretty Machines” Video

Content Nausea is Out Now on What’s Your Rupture?

Jan 15, 2015

A few months ago Parquet Courts put out a new album called Content Nausea More

Listen: Parquet Courts – “Content Nausea”

Due Out Nov 11 on What’s Your Rupture?

Nov 06, 2014

On Nov 11, Parquet Courts…err…pardon me, Parkay Quarts, will release their new album Content Nausea More

Oct 29, 2014

“Fell Into the Wrong Crowd” isn’t on the track list of Parquet Courtsforthcoming album Content Nausea. More

Oct 16, 2014

Although they already have one album under their belts this year with Sunbathing AnimalParquet Courts will release their new effort Content Nausea on Nov 11.  More

Sep 11, 2014

Parquet Courts has followed up last year’s Sunbathing Animal with a new single called “This is Happening Now.”  More

Watch: Parquet Courts - “Bodies” Video

Live at Sugarhill Supper Club

Sep 08, 2014

Releasing their newest album Sunbathing Animal earlier this summer, Brooklyn punks Parquet Courts have offered up a brand new music for the LP's opening track "Bodies." More

Jun 03, 2014

Fresh off the release of their latest album Sunbathing Animal New York punk outfit Parquet Courts have premiered a new music video for the included track "Black and White." More

May 27, 2014

Next week Brooklyn punk outfit Parquet Courts will release Sunbathing Animal, the follow-up to their 2012 breakthrough Light Up Gold. More

Watch: Parquet Courts Stop By “Seth Myers” and Play New Song “Black and White”

Sunbathing Animal is Due Out June 3 Via What’s Your Rupture?/Mom+Pop

May 01, 2014

Last night Parquet Courts stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers where they premiered Sunbathing Animal track, “Black and White.”  More

Watch: Parquet Courts – “Sunbathing Animal” Video

Sunbathing Animal is Out June 3 on What’s Your Rupture/Mom+Pop.

Apr 16, 2014

The video for Parquet Courts cut “Sunbathing Animal” is hilariously understated. More

Apr 01, 2014

Brooklyn punk outfit Parquet Courts have announced the release of their next album, Sunbathing Animal. More

Mar 05, 2014

Parquet Courts is hitting the road.  More

Watch: Parquet Courts on “Fallon”

Perform "Stoned and Starving"

Jan 10, 2014

Last night New York punk four-piece Parquet Courts made their network television debut with an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy FallonMore

Watch: Parquet Courts - “You Got Me Wonderin’ Now” Lyric Video

Featured on New EP Tally All The Things That You Broke

Oct 08, 2013

Coinciding with the release of their new EP Tally All The Things That You Broke today, New York punks Parquet Courts has shared a lyric video for one of its included tracks "You Got Me Wonderin' Now." More

Oct 02, 2013

On Oct. 8 Brooklyn punk rockers Parquet Courts will release their brand new EP, Tally All the Things You Broke. More

Aug 16, 2013

Brooklyn punk rockers Parquet Courts will follow their breakthrough album Light Up Gold with a brand new EP this fall titled Tally All the Things That You Broke. More

Parquet Courts Records New Material, Play NPR’S World Cafe

Currently On Tour Behind Light Up Gold

Jun 06, 2013

Because the punk stops for no man, Parquet Courts are back in the studio and rcording a follow up Light Up Gold. More

Parquet Courts Announce North American Tour

Share New Track "Smart Aleck Kid"

Mar 04, 2013

New York punk revivalists Parquet Courts have announced that they will embark on an extensive North American tour in support of their breakthrough LP Light Up Gold. More


Parquet Courts

Creature Comforts

Jul 26, 2016

Though no one worries about it much in an era when indie rock bands routinely jump to major labels and continue on with their integrity intact, there was a time not too terribly long ago when a band's decision to sign to a label with deeper pockets was greeted with trepidation. More


Human Performance

Human Performance

Rough Trade

Apr 07, 2016

Andrew Savage works through tough emotions on the title track to the new Parquet Courts record. He questions his own emotional sincerity after a breakup and parses whether his reactions were the result of societal programming. Was he acting, giving a "human performance?" Did he, in his words, simply behave as a malfunctioning apparatus? More

Monastic Living EP

Monastic Living EP

Rough Trade

Nov 09, 2015

Hell-bent on grappling with moderate success on their own terms, Parquet Courts open Monastic Living with the straightforwardly titled "No, No, No!," which finds them rejecting everything that can be stuffed into a 73-second song. Fair enough. However, after this fairly enlightened burst of primitive punk, the band settles into a numb groove that aims for No Wave devolution but arrives at little more than an audible grumpiness. More

Sunbathing Animal

Sunbathing Animal

What's Your Rupture?/Mom+Pop

May 30, 2014

With their third full-length, Parquet Courts seemed at a precipice. They'd released a well-received album that had gotten national attention in Light Up Gold, and a blistering EP just a year later. More

Tally All the Things That You Broke EP

Tally All the Things That You Broke EP

What's Your Rupture?

Oct 09, 2013

Parquet Courts' new EP starts out on familiar territory with the first two tracks' laid-back, irreverent garage punk, and then it all gets a little bit weirder. More