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Domino Announces The Go-Betweens Box Set

Jangly Australian duo the Go-Betweens were one of the best, most cultishly beloved indie rock bands of the ’80s, but it sure hasn’t been easy to find their records since then. Domino intends to change all that. The label has just announced the impending release of G Stands For Go-Betweens Volume One, a box-set collection [...]



Wayne Szalinski – “Kiss Me In The City” (Stereogum Premiere)

Wayne Szalinski are a band out of Michigan that make nervous, idiosyncratic, and highly enjoyable rock. After two EPs, the group is getting ready to release their debut full-length, Black Mirror. They describe the album as “a neo-noir that struggles with masculinity/identity, entangled sexuality and violence, and questions why we love at all,” and while [...]



Wayne Szalinski – “Kiss Me In The City” (Stereogum Premiere)

Wayne Szalinski are a band out of Michigan that make nervous, idiosyncratic, and highly enjoyable rock. After two EPs, the group is getting ready to release their debut full-length, Black Mirror. They describe the album as “a neo-noir that struggles with masculinity/identity, entangled sexuality and violence, and questions why we love at all,” and while [...]



Roadkill Ghost Choir – “Slow Knife” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

Florida band Roadkill Ghost Choir gained attention this year for their rustic folk-rock, and last month saw the release of their debut album, In Tongues, which was produced by Doug Boehm, best known for his work with Dr. Dog and Girls. Today they share the video for that album’s single “Slow Knife.” It finds the [...]



Big K.R.I.T. on The Combat Jack Show

K.R.I.T. joins Jack and Premium Pete on the latest episode of TCJS. CJ summarizes: King Remembered In Time makes his second Combat Jack Show appearance. On the eve of his 2nd Def Jam album ‘Cadillactica’, which drops November 11, 2014, K.R.I.T. talks about his growth as an artist, surviving his debut album “tanking”, touring with […]

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