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Iceage – “How Many”

I’ve heard people compare Iceage’s new Plowing The Fields Of Love to the Mekons’ 1985 classic Fear And Whiskey, but when I listen to it, the album I’m reminded of most is the Libertines’ self-titled second record. That resemblance is most apparent in Elias Bender Rønnenfelt’s vocals, which share many qualities with those of Pete [...]

Absolutely Free – “Vision’s”

Absolutely Free’s newest song begins with a warbled old-timey tune, a radio dial fading in and out on the band’s wide away of influences. But when “Vision’s” finally kicks in, it sounds completely modern — sure, they’re music is rooted in the past, but this song sounds urgent and of the now. Coupled with the [...]

Check Out Cass McCombs’ Protest Song & Jarvis Cocker’s Essay For The People’s Climate March

The People’s Climate March, the largest climate change rally in history, is happening this Sunday, 9/21 in New York, and various musicians are playing a part. For instance, Cass McCombs teamed with the Chapin Sisters for a gleaming old-fashioned folk singalong simply entitled “Protest Song.” Over hand-strummed campfire chords, McCombs and the Chapins harmonize on [...]

Reese ft. Key! – UP

New music from Reese featuring Key!, produced by Ducko McFli. Apparently, this was recorded a while back but is only seeing a release now. Previously: Reese ft. Lil B & Lil Uzi Vert – Pretty Boy Anthem

The new album by Slow Magic, How To Run Away, kicked off with a…

The new album by Slow Magic, How To Run Away, kicked off with a strong debut last week landing at #3 on the iTunes Electronic chart & #33 on SoundScan’s New Artist chart. How To Run Away is a record that reflects Slow Magic’s massive growth, oozing both otherworldly beauty & a mastery of production.

Slow Magic is currently out on his debut headlining club tour of N. America in support of the new album & tour mates Kodak To Graph + Daktyl both crafted remixes for lead single “Girls”. After this current North American tour, Slow Magic will head back to Europe to headline the Set It Off Tour which boasts an impressive support line-up consisting of ODESZA, Craft Spells, Blue Hawaii + more.


    Fri. Sept. 19 – Baton Rouge, LA at Spanish Moon *
    Sat. Sept. 20 – Atlanta, GA at The Basement *
    Sun. Sept. 21 – Raleigh, NC at Kings Barcade *
    Tue. Sept. 23 – Washington, DC at DC9 *
    Wed. Sept. 24 – Philadelphia, PA at Boot & Saddle *
    Thu. Sept. 25 – New York, NY at Santos Party House *
    Fri. Sept. 26 – Cambridge, MA at The Sinclair *+
    Sat. Sept. 27 – Montreal, QC at Le Belmont *
    Sun. Sept. 28 – Toronto, ON at The Garrison *
    Wed. Oct. 1 – Ann Arbor, MI at Blind Pig *
    Thu. Oct. 2 – Columbus, OH at The Basement *
    Fri. Oct. 3 – Chicago, IL at Lincoln Hall
    Sat. Oct. 4 – Madison, WI at The Frequency *
    Sun. Oct. 5 – Minneapolis, MN at 7th Street Entry *
    Tue. Oct. 7 – Springfield, MO at College St. Bar and Arcade *
    Wed. Oct. 8 – Lawrence, KS at Bottleneck *
    Thu. Oct. 9 – Denver, CO at Bluebird Theater *
    Fri. Oct. 10 – Fort Collins, CO at Hodi’s Half Note *
    Sat. Oct. 11 – Salt Lake City, UT at Urban Lounge *
    Sun. Oct. 12 – Boise, ID at The Crux *
    Wed. Oct. 15 – Portland, OR at Holocene *
    Thu. Oct. 16 – Victoria, BC at Lucky Bar *
    Fri. Oct. 17 – Vancouver, BC at Celebrities *
    Sat. Oct. 18 – Seattle, WA at Neumos *

    * with Kodak To Graph & Daktyl
    + with Phaeleh