Dec 09, 2009

Big Boi and Andre 3000 are striking out on their own. But don't despair OutKast fans—the time apart isn't permanent. There might be a new OutKast album on the way in 2010. More

Dec 09, 2009

Canadian band Fucked Up is leading the Christmas charge. With the help of a few friends (including comedian David Cross, Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew, Kyp Malone of TV on the Radio, Yo La Tengo, Bob Mould of Husker Du, Tegan & Sara, and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend) they've released an updated version of 1980s classic "Do They Know It's Christmas?" More

Dec 09, 2009

Brooklyn band Cymbals Eat Guitars is hitting the road in support of their debut, Why Are There So Many Mountains. In addition to closing out their year with three dates in Spain, they'll be launching a full-scale U.S. tour in March. Bear In Heaven Is slated to support. We have the dates. More

Dec 09, 2009

Under the Radar's Best of the Decade Issue will be hitting stores on December 18th. The cover features five notable indie musicians from different bands all photographed together. Every day this week we will be revealing a different cover artist until the final cover is revealed this Friday. More

Dec 09, 2009

Brooklyn's A Place to Bury Strangers and their U.K. shoegazing cousins The Big Pink will tour America together next spring. New A Place To Bury Strangers single out today.

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Dec 08, 2009

The Noise Pop Festival, which takes place in pretty much every San Francisco venue, is back in the new decade. The 18th Noise Pop, is happening February 23rd - March 1st, and features indie rock heavyweights and upstarts alike. More

Dec 08, 2009

Seabear is set to release their sophomore album, We Built A Fire. More

Dec 08, 2009

Exactly two years after She and Him's debut album Volume One was released in March 2008, their follow up album, appropriately (and predictably) titled Volume Two, is due out March 23, 2010 on Merge Records. More

Dec 08, 2009

Jón "Jónsi" Thor Birgisson of Sigur Rós fame is all set to release his debut solo album Go on XL Recordings early next year with a world tour to follow. More