Oct 22, 2012

Under the Radar magazine's Protest Auction ends tomorrow, Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. EST. The auction features all of the autographed protest signs created by musicians for the magazine's The Protest Issue, which is on newsstands now. All profits will go to the War Child charity. Musicians who are taking part include Janelle Monáe, Death Cab for Cutie, Tegan and Sara, Dan Deacon, The Drums, of Montreal, DIIV, James Blake, Okkervil River, Tom Morello, Liars, Matthew Dear, Dum Dum Girls, EMA, Menomena, Amanda Palmer, Laetitia Sadier, Reggie Watts, Youth Lagoon, Zola Jesus, and many others. More

Oct 22, 2012

Ever wonder what Deerhoof might sound like with a little extra spit and polish? Take a listen to new track, “Sexy, But Sparkly." More

Oct 22, 2012

Childhood—or rather the accruements of childhood—go up in smoke in the new A Place To Bury Strangers video, “And I’m Up.” More

Oct 22, 2012

Stars become miniature clock figure versions of themselves in the video for “Backlines,” a cut from their recently released album The North More

Oct 22, 2012

Over a dozen video into Sigur RósValtari Mystery Film Experiment, the visual artistry of its selected directors still never fail to impress. More

Oct 22, 2012

Earlier this month The Black Keys and rapper RZA debuted the track "The Baddest Man Alive," a song featured on the soundtrack of the Wu-Tang leader's kung-fu directorial debut, The Man with the Iron Fists. More

Oct 22, 2012

1970s-leaning rocker Mark Mallman does what he does best—rock out—in his new video for Double Silhouette cut, “Dirty Dishes.”  More

Oct 22, 2012

Spending much of the past year working on their 13th studio album due for release this spring, Depeche Mode have announced that they will embark on a massive stadium tour through Europe next year. More

Oct 22, 2012

After releasing their excellent new album Kill For Love earlier this year, Portland-based quartet Chromatics will soon feature three new songs on a forthcoming compilation for Italians Do It Better called After Dark II. More