Sep 16, 2009

Ever wanted to be a rock star? Well, A Sunny Day In Glagow wants to give you your shot. The shoe-gazing Philly-based band are looking to add an additional female vocalist to the mix. Thinking of trying out? We've got your starting tour dates. More

Sep 16, 2009

British Comic book fans Art Brut have announced a string of U.S. tour dates in support of their deity-taunting album, Art Brut vs. Satan. We have the dates in full. More

Sep 16, 2009

Mercury Prize nominee Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine has already taken her native Britain—and Under the Radar's Summer 2009 “Please to Meet You” section—by storm. Now she’s headed to North America for the first tour of what’s sure to become full-scale invasion. More

Sep 16, 2009

As reported by Brooklyn Vegan, Stephen Malkmus and the gang are officially reunited…well sort of. Pavement is coming back together to perform a series of dates next September at New York City’s Central Park SummerStage. More

Sep 16, 2009

Brace yourself American Spiritualized fans…this could be tough news to swallow. According to NME, the English band is preparing a treat for their country mates. First, the band is reissuing their landmark album Ladies and Gentleman We Are Floating in Space. The reissue and tour where the band will play the album in full—will only happen in England.  More

Sep 16, 2009

Los Angeles collective and Under the Radar Summer 2009 “Please to Meet You” band Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros are heading out on tour. More

Sep 15, 2009

Merge Records is celebrating their China (20th) anniversary with style. First there was their festival and we ran a feature on the label's history in our Spring issue. Now the Durham, North Carolina independent record company is releaseing a huge, 350-page CD-sized volume, called The Merge Records Companion: A Visual Discography of the First Twenty Years.

Sep 15, 2009

The Polo-shirt-wearing blonde above is the cover for Vampire Weekend's sophomore LP, Contra. The new full-length will likely bring you more white boy Afro-pop on January 121th. XL is releasing again.

Sep 14, 2009

As previously reported, Death Cab for Cuite member Ben Gibbard and Son Volter Jay Farrar have collaborated on an album inspired by beat poet Jack Kerouac titled One Fast Move Or I'm Gone: Kerouac's Big Sur—due out October 20th. Now the two are heading out on tour. We have the dates in full. Death Cab for Cutie's Twilight song is also now streaming online. More