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Crooked Fingers announces fall tour

Crooked Fingers will return to the road in support of their latest album Breaks in the Armor beginning October 23 with solo shows in the UK opening for The Tallest Man on Earth.   More >

Destroyer covers Gorky's Zygotic Mynci for the A.V. Club

The Destroyer band offered their take on Gorky's Zygotic Mynci's "Face Like Summer" to the A.V. Club's Undercover "Summer Break." The A.V. Club met up with Destroyer at the lovely Turner Hall in Milwaukee while the band was on tour earlier this summer.   More >

Caribou's Dan Snaith announces Daphni album

While Caribou has been touring the globe throughout 2012 in support of Radiohead, Dan Snaith has fallen deeper into his love affair with the dance floor to bring us a full-length release as Daphni.   More >

Divine Fits to play first ever live shows!

Divine Fits has confirmed that it will make its live debut kicking off a trio of shows in the hometowns of members Britt Daniel (Austin, TX on August 1), Dan Boeckner (Montreal, QC on August 3) and Sam Brown (Columbus, OH on August 6).    More >

Redd Kross play CBGB festival tonight and add new tour dates

Redd Kross have announced new tour dates including an album release party on August 7 in Los Angeles at the Roxy! Their first new album in 15 years, Researching the Blues will be released on CD, LP and digital download August 7. Researching the Blues features 10 new songs clocking in at just under 32 minutes.   More >

The Music Tapes return with Mary's Voice

On September 4, The Music Tapes will release Mary’s Voice. Mary’s Voice, The Music Tapes’ third full-length album, is the warmest and most accessible invitation yet into Julian Koster’s world—the culmination of a vision he has been realizing for over a decade. That vision began taking shape in the ’90s, during which time Koster also became a key member of Neutral Milk Hotel and a contributor to The Olivia Tremor Control and other legendary members of the enormously influential Elephant 6 Collective.   More >

Archers of Loaf announce new tour dates

Archers of Loaf have announced new tour dates! In addition to reissuing the newly remastered versions of All the Nations Airports and White Trash Heroes in August, the band will play shows in Atlanta, Nashville, Chicago and Minneapolis. Also, What Did You Expect? the new concert documentary about Archers of Loaf will be screening at various festivals in the US and Canada.   More >