On February 17th Sleigh Bells played a huge hometown show at NYC’s Terminal 5. Here’s the first single off last week’s new album, Reign Of Terror.
The new A Place To Bury Strangers clip is rather clever looking, like it was all put together from Instagram shots. How come Instagram makes everything look so cool? From their upcoming EP Onwards To The Wall.
The Material Girl explores her favorite subject — herself — in this shameless (and terrifically entertaining) vanity project disguised as a “documentary.”
Here’s a new clip from UMO and of course it’s weird. A bunch of guys are stalking each other and there’s a stakeout – it’s just easier if you watch it, though it probably still won’t make sense. From last year’s self-titled album, which you should totally have.
Catch this exclusive clip of AWOLNATION performing to a sold-out Austin crowd last year at La Zona Rosa, hot off the success of single “Sail.” The band continues to have success with “Not Your Fault” which cracked the top 10 U.S. alt radio charts and is on sale on iTunes. Led by vocalist Aaron Bruno, AWOLNATION features David Amezcua on bass, keyboardist/guitarist Kenny Carkeet, drummer Hayden Scott and Christopher Thorn on guitar.
Sheena is a punk rocker and this Roger Corman-produced musical comedy featuring the Ramones is a piece of punk cinema that you shouldn’t miss.
The Shins have released a video for “September,” the b-side to their new single, “Simple Song”, which came out Valentines’s Day. Their highly anticipated new album Port Of Morrow is due at the end of March.
UK post-punk-poppers Male Bonding recorded their first album with Sub Pop, Endless Now, at the same church in upstate New York where Dinosaur Jr. recorded Where You Been. The track is as catchy as the clip is creepy.
“I want love to murder my own mother” says Jack White, along with a bunch of other contradictory and amusing statements about love on this first single from upcoming solo album, Blunderbuss which shares it’s name with a kind of gun. It’s slated for release on White’s label, Third Man, in April.
Follow the Foo Fighter’s 17 year history, from band’s very first songs created as cassette demos by Dave Grohl during his tenure as Nirvana’s drummer, all the way through the creation of their 2011 album, Wasting Light which just swept the Rock categories at this year’s Grammy Awards. Watch the documentary.