Feb 02, 2016

Former Smith Westerns frontman and singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Cullen Omori is releasing his debut solo album, New Misery, on March 18 via Sub Pop. He's already shared the video for the album's first single, "Cinnamon." Now he's shared another song from the record, "Sour Milk." Check it out below via Stereogum (who premiered it), followed by Omori's tour dates. More

Feb 02, 2016

Tame Impala stopped by the French TV talk show Le Grand Journal to perform three songs. The Australian band did two songs off their excellent third album, Currents (which was #2 on Under the Radar's Top 100 Albums of 2015 list): "Let It Happen" and "The Less I Know the Better." Then they also did "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards," a track from their previous album, Lonerism. Check out the three clips below, followed by their upcoming tour dates.

Feb 02, 2016

Last September New Order released Music Completetheir excellent first studio album in a decade, their first for their new label Mute, and the first not to feature founding member Peter Hook (but it sees the return of founding member Gillian Gilbert). Now they have announced some U.S. tour dates, which are below. More

Feb 01, 2016

Twin Peaks (the band, not the iconic David Lynch TV show due to make a return in 2017) have announced a new album and shared its first single. Down In Heaven is due out May 13 via Grand Jury. Below you can stream the album's first single, "Walk to the One You Love." More

Feb 01, 2016

Youth Lagoon is essentially a solo project for Trevor Powers (even though he did tour with a live backing band), so it's a bit odd to say that Youth Lagoon is breaking up or calling it quits, but that's essentially what's happened. Powers has released a statement on Twitter saying that he's ending the Youth Lagoon project. More

Feb 01, 2016

Primal Scream are releasing a new album, Chaosmosis, on March 18 via the band's own label, First International. Now the band has shared a video for "Where the Light Gets In." The song is a duet between Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie andSky Ferreira, who is featured prominently in the stylish video, which features the duo performing the song bathed in multicolored and psychedelic lighting.  More

Feb 01, 2016

Britain's Field Music (anchored by brothers Peter and David Brewis) are releasing their new album, Commontime, this Friday (February 5) via Memphis Industries. Previously the band shared the album's first single, "The Noisy Days Are Over" and its video, as well as another song from the record, "Disappointed." Now you can stream the whole album below via The Guardian, who premiered it. More

Feb 01, 2016

Low's excellent new album, Ones and Sixes, came out on Sub Pop last fall. Now the band has shared a video for "Into You." Jim Burns and Beth Chalmers directed the clip, which was filmed at a show in Glasgow, Scotland. The video manipulates performance footage, taking it in a hazy direction. More

Feb 01, 2016

PJ Harvey is releasing a new album, The Hope Six Demolition Project, April 15 via Vagrant. Previously the single "The Wheel" was shared and now the song has a video. Filmmaker and photo journalist Seamus Muprhy directed the video, which was filmed in Kosovo and clearly made with a photo journalist's eye, as Murphy captures such details as a little girl in a heart sweatshirt in a sea of riot police, among many other striking images. Watch it below. More