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Fever Ray Single, Special Edition In the Works

Aug 26, 2009 Fever Ray

Fever Ray‘s self-titled debut has been out since March but it will continue leaving us creepy monochromatic presents well into fall. The Knife‘s Karin Dreijer Andersson is releasing her album’s fourth(!) single, “Seven,” on 12-inch and digital formats on October 5th in the U.K., courtesy of Rabid/Cooperative. (No word yet from Fever Ray’s publicist on a U.S. release date.) Also, Fever Ray is getting one of those insta-reissues that everyone is clamoring for this year. More

Photos of Friendly Fires at The El Rey August 24, 2009

Aug 25, 2009 Web Exclusive

Friendly Fires played a sold-out show at The El Rey in Los Angeles, CA Monday night. We sent a photographer Wendy Lynch Redfern down to capture the action. Check out the full gallery of photos from The El Rey show here. More

Rain Machine To Tour U.S. This Fall

Aug 25, 2009 Rain Machine

We already told you about TV on the Radio‘s falsettoed singer, guitarist Kyp Malone has solo project plans as Rain Machine. The hirsute bad ass’ self-titled album will be released September 22n on Anti-. Now the avant-pop artist is announcing a North American tour in support of the highly anticipated release More

Bat For Lashes Prepare Two Suns Special Edition

Aug 24, 2009 Bat For Lashes

Bat For LashesTwo Suns only came out in April, but there’s already a 2xCD/DVD Special Edition slated for a September 7th release, according to the official BFL site. We’re quite smitten with our Spring issue cover artist so we welcome such a seemingly premature deluxe treatment. More

Daniel Johnston “Is and Always Was” October 6th

Aug 24, 2009 Daniel Johnston

After an unlikely rise to fame (or infamy) though 2005 documentary The Devil and Daniel Johnston, and seeing his work covered by the likes of Bright Eyes, The Flaming Lips, and Death Cab for Cutie, lo-fi troubadour Daniel Johnston is back with new album Is and Always Was, October 6th. A tour is also planned. More

of Montreal Working on Parliament and No Wave-inspired New Album

Aug 22, 2009 of Montreal

Of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes is currently in his Athens, Georgia, home studio working on the band’s tenth album, which will be titled False Priest and is tentatively due out next spring. We briefly spoke to Barnes this past Wednesday about his progress on False Priest, which he says is influenced by Parliament and the ‘80s No Wave scene. More

Kids in the Hall Filming Murder-Mystery Series

Aug 21, 2009 The Kids in the Hall

The Edmonton Sun, NY Times’ Arts Beat and Variety are all reporting about the return of the cross-dressing comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall. The Canucks are shooting a comedic murder-mystery miniseries in North Bay, Ontario. More

Dead Man’s Bones Announce First Tour

Aug 21, 2009 Dead Man’s Bones

Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields aren’t waiting until the clock strikes midnight on Halloween to unleash their Dead Man’s Bones project on your neighborhood. Their Haunted Mansion-influenced band is jumping the gun and bringing a host of ghouls and goblins with them. On the pair’s debut tour, scheduled for this October (of course), the actor/musician band will translate their debut LP‘s macabre doo-wop with the aide of local choral groups from the 12 respective cities they’re hitting. More

Simian Mobile Disco Announces North American Fall Tour

Aug 21, 2009 Simian Mobile Disco

Simian Moble Disco is are embarking on a brief North American tour behind its newest album Temporary Pleasure, which will be released on September 15th by Wichita. More