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Geese Share New Song “Projector” and Announce First Ever North American Tour

Sep 22, 2021

Brand new Brooklyn post-punk five-piece Geese are releasing their debut album, Projector, on October 29 via Partisan/Play It Again Sam (with a physical release on December 3). Now they have shared another new song from it, title track “Projector,” and also announced their first ever North American tour dates. More

Penelope Isles Share Video for New Song “Sudoku”

Sep 22, 2021

British sibling duo Penelope Isles (Lily and Jack Wolter) are releasing a new album, Which Way to Happy, on November 5 via Bella Union. Now they have shared another new song from it, “Sudoku,” via a video for it. More

Beach Fossils Announce New Album, Share Video for Piano Version of 2017’s “This Year”

Sep 22, 2021

Beach Fossils have announced a new album consisting entirely of jazz reimaginings of songs from across their catalogue. The album, titled The Other Side of Life: Piano Ballads, will be out on November 19 via Bayonet. They have shared a video for a piano version of “This Year,” taken from their 2017 album Somersault. More

St. Vincent Performs “The Nowhere Inn” on “Jimmy Kimmel”

Sep 22, 2021

St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) was a musical guest last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where she performed her new song “The Nowhere Inn,” a track from her new film of the same name and its accompanying soundtrack. She wore a suit completely covered in what looks like feathers, and was joined by her band, all of whom were wearing matching wigs. More

Premiere: Parrot Dream Debuts New Single “Red Circle”

Sep 22, 2021

Brooklyn-based outfit Parrot Dream began in 2013 in Santiago, Chile, with Christina Appel and Gonzalo Guerrero together crafting dream pop sprawling atmospheres on their early EP. Later, the duo relocated to New York City and in 2018 they released their debut full-length record, Light Goes. More

Deerhoof Share Animated Video for New Song “Scarcity is Manufactured”

Sep 22, 2021

Deerhoof are releasing a new album, Actually, You Can, on October 22 via Joyful Noise. Now they have shared its second single, “Scarcity is Manufactured,” via an animated video. The song is inspired by the music of 1950s singer/guitarist Ritchie Valens, who died tragically in a plane crash in 1959 at age 17 (fellow musicians Buddy Holly and J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson were also on the tragic flight). Gabriella Molina directed the video. More

alt-J Announce New Album, Share Video for New Song “U&ME,” Announce Tour with Portugal. The Man

Sep 22, 2021

Alt-J have announced the release of their fourth studio album, The Dream, which will be out on February 11, 2022 via Canvasback/Infectious Music. The band has subsequently shared a video for a song from the album titled “U&ME” and have announced an upcoming tour with Portugal. The Man, which is set to begin later this year. More

Under the Radar Presents: “Why Not Both” Podcast Featuring Shirley Manson of Garbage

Sep 22, 2021

Welcome to Why Not Both Wednesdays. Every week, in partnership with Why Not Both podcast, we’ll be presenting new podcast episodes that explore how multiple passions inform the inspiring lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives. This week we caught up with Shirley Manson, the absolute force of nature, frontwoman of Garbage and host of The Jump. More

Cuffed Up Share New Single and Video, “Bonnie”

Sep 22, 2021

LA post punk outfit Cuffed Up has newly signed with Royal Mountain Records and announced their forthcoming sophomore EP, Asymmetry, due out October 22nd. After the band’s excellent self-titled debut EP, the band paired with producer Brad Wood (Touché Amoré, Smashing Pumpkins, Liz Phair) on their next set of songs. More