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New Matt Costa Due October 2

Matt Costa returns October 2 with Unfamiliar Faces, his follow-up to 2006′s Songs We Sing. Just 25, the intense Costa …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | 9 comments | More

Working For a Nuclear Free City Debut out October 16th on Deaf Dumb + Blind

Love Manchester and the thought of mixing the sounds of “psychedelia, krautrock and electronic”? Look no further than the US …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More

Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton – “What is Free to a Good Home?” : Sentimentalist Magazine Review

The achingly lush, gorgeous gift that emanates from Metric frontwoman Emily Haines’ lips makes me want to build a ladder …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More

Five O ’Clock Heroes Debut due September 18

Bend to the Brakes due out on Glaze, 9/18 Considered a ‘New York band’ even though they aren’t based here, …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More

Beasties Announce Additional Dates

The Beastie Boys have announced additional tour dates and gala events in support of their recent instrumentals album, The Mix-Up. Always …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More

Metric Taking to the Road to Preview New Material

  Metric will begin its first US tour in a year in Washington DC on September 19th to preview new material off …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More

New Coheed and Cambria Album Set for October 23 Release

New York prog rockers Coheed and Cambria will release No World for Tomorrow on October 23 through Columbia, the highly-anticipated …Read the Rest

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The Wombats are coming! The Wombats are coming!

We called ‘em “…infectiously impulsive indie pop,” lurved their recent show at the Borderline in London, and now New York …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More

Scarlett and TV (On The Radio) Sittin’ in a Tree…

As it she couldn’t get any sexier, details of Scarlett Johansson’s debut album are leaking out. According to NME and Pitchfork, Ms. …Read the Rest

2 Aug 2007 | More