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Nothing Return with "Zero Day," Confirm New LP 'Dance on the Blacktop'

The band's third LP promises to be darker than their previous two. It's out August 24.
Alex Robert Ross
6.5.18
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Draag's "Sorry" Is a Grunge-Gaze Reckoning with Old Demons

The debut single from the rising LA act is a reflection on substance abuse and self-loathing three years in the making.
Andrea Domanick
5.31.18
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Launder's Breathy Shoegaze Should Turn Him Into an Indie Star

Listen to John Cudlip's first project as Launder, produced by Day Wave's Jackson Phillips, and featuring DIIV's Zachary Cole Smith and French singer-songwriter Soko.
Alex Robert Ross
4.26.18
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Holy Shit

Deafheaven's New Song "Honeycomb" Hits Like a Dang Meteorite of Emotion

The blackgaze titans give us a 12-minute epic in advance of a new album this year, their first since 2015.
Phil Witmer
4.17.18
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Electronic Veterans Ladytron Return After Seven Years with a Kickass New Video

The British band just ended a seven-year hiatus with their new music video, “The Animals.”
Eduardo Ribeiro
4.5.18
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Beach House's New Video for "Dark Spring" Makes Me Feel Like It's 2011 Again

The dream pop duo's first clip from '7' unintentionally pays homage to the days of aesthetic Tumblrs and witch house.
Phil Witmer
4.3.18
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Take a Ride with Mint Field on the First Cut From Their Debut Album

The Tijuana shoegaze duo have made quite a few ripples on the Californian circuit without even releasing an LP—and they're setting their sights on bigger targets.
Raquel Miserachi
11.30.17
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Ciel's Debut EP 'Peach004' Is a Nebulous Work in Progress

"I didn't want to sell myself short and not try something because I was afraid."
Corinne Przybyslawski
10.21.17
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Goon's Grungy "Chaka" Is Here to Get You Lifted

Don't miss the band's haunting new EP 'Happy Omen' out October 30, just in time for Halloween.
Andrea Domanick
10.18.17
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Beliefs Get Weirder, Darker, More Industrial on New Album 'Habitat'

On the Toronto group's third record they survey the damage that condos cause to the local art scene
Sarah MacDonald
9.18.17
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Interviews

Cherry's "Cherry" Is a Beautiful Song About Death, Sledding, and Growing Up

It's taken from the Philadelphia indie five-piece's forthcoming LP, 'Dumbness.'
Alex Robert Ross
8.28.17
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Escape from Infinite Content with Fake Palms’ Hazy “I’m Not There”

The video features Spot the Dog, known rock 'n' roller.
Jill Krajewski
8.24.17