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The Clientele Announce 2010 U.S. Tour

Dec 18, 2009

After the successful release of their latest album, Bonfires on the Heath, The Clientele are set to tour the U.S. in February and March. More

Final Fantasy Changes Name to Owen Pallett

Dec 18, 2009

The release of Owen Pallett's Domino debut Heartland is very soon (January 12th to be exact). In lieu of the classically-inclined one man band's forthcoming album, Pallett's decided to drop his video game-inspired stage name, Final Fantasy. From now on, Owen Pallett will be simply known as Owen Pallett. More

The Flaming Lips Dark Side of the Moon Cover Album Gets Release Date

Dec 17, 2009

Come December 22, for one week only, The Flaming Lips & Stardeath and White Dwarfs will release on iTunes The Flaming Lips & Stardeath and White Dwarfs with Henry Rollins and Peaches doing Dark Side of the Moon. And yes that is the title that it will be released under. After the one week there will be a small wait till December 29, where the album will then be re-released on all other participating digital outlets. More

Morrissey Posts an Apology/Thank You to Fans

Dec 16, 2009

After a year filled with wild ups and downs including canceled shows, rude fans and health woes, Morrissey posted a eloquent year recap to fan magazine True to You. In it, he apologizes for the terrible marketing surrounding singles collection Swords, recaps his favorite tour moments, and laments life's "little woes" (including both personal, and music industry, health). We have his letter in full. More

Rufus Wainwright Announces New Album

Dec 16, 2009

"Gay Messiah" Rufus Wainwright has announced the completion of a new studio album, entitled All Days Are Nights: Songs for Lulu. His first studio album since 2007's Release the Stars, All Days Are Nights: Songs for Lulu will be released in Spring of 2010. More

Golden Globe Nominees Revealed

Dec 16, 2009

The Golden Globe Nominations were released this morning. Under the Radar favorite (500) Days of Summer and Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Karen O for Where The Wild Things Are were nominated. More

Midlake Confirms 2010 Tour Dates

Dec 15, 2009

Midlake has confirmed tour dates for 2010, which means this will be their first tour since 2007.The band will also be returning to SXSW. More

James Mercer and Danger Mouse’s Broken Bells to Release Album in March

Dec 15, 2009

James Mercer, frontman of The Shins, and Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse) have formed a new band named Broken Bells. Their debut self-titled album will be out March 9th on Columbia Records. More

Kill Rock Stars Adds Two Elliott Smith Albums to the Catalog, Reissues Coming

Dec 15, 2009

As of April 6th, 2010, Seattle-based Kill Rock Stars Records will be adding two Elliott Smith albums to their catalog: Roman Candle, Smith's first album (originally released on Cavity Search), and the posthumously-released From a Basement on the Hill (originally released by ANTI-). With this move, KRS will have acquired all of Smith's independent releases. More