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Guided by Voices Announce New Album, Share Single and Tour Dates

Guided by Voices have announced that their forthcoming album, <i>How Do You Spell Heaven</i>, will release on Aug. 14 via their own GBV Inc. You can listen …

Talkin 'Bout Flex: Khemmis

watch Tiny Hazard’s “Thirsty Sponge” video

Subscribe to Brooklyn Vegan on<p>Art pop group <b>Tiny Hazard</b> released their very good album <i>Greyland</i> earlier this year via Ba Da Bing (order yours), and …

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New Mix: Lorde, Zola Jesus, Chelsea Wolfe, More

We follow Father's Day weekend with a mix of powerful new pop and rock from a lot of incredible women, including "Exhumed," a raging, cathartic song from Zola Jesus, and roaring doom metal from Chelsea Wolfe.<p>First we kick things off with the singer Katie Von Schleicher, who got her start as an …

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Katie Von Schleicher

<i>Much like her music, Katie Von Schleicher is an open book. In sharing thoughts on her songwriting process, the Maryland native offers insight into</i> …

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Psych Doom Trio Blackout Rides Again on New LP 'The Horse'

Cary Whittier.Brooklyn's premier fuzzed-out doom band Blackout is back with <i>The Horse</i>, their second release on Riding Easy Records (out June 23). With just over two years since their previous self-titled album, the band seems to have moved into a more psychedelic and garage rock-influenced phase …

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PICK OF THE WEEK: Weapönizer’s post-Apocalyptic hell delivers madness on fiery ‘Lawless Age’

Photo by Zeela AeschlimanLike a million years ago, way before the Internet ruined everyone’s lives, there was a thing called heavy metal that really …

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PREMIERE: Male Gaze Demand That You “Tell Me How It Is”

The <b>male gaze</b> is bad, but <b>Male Gaze</b> are good. The former is a dehumanizing default way of being that reduces everything in its path to an object to be …

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PALLBEARER Announces North American Dates With KAYO DOT

If you haven't seen <b>Pallbearer</b> yet, or are itching to see them after hearing the band's awesome new album <i>Heartless</i>, here's your chance! Pallbearer …

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White Suns Fire Up Some Unsettling Noise on 'Psychic Drift'

White Suns don't aim to give you a headache. Instead, they run the gamut of sonic textures, leading you on an unsettling journey through time and …

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The Oh Sees Announce New Single and Album, Change Name to Oh Sees

The artists formerly known as Thee Oh Sees are returned. They've dropped the Thee for a more streamlined approach, now going simply by Oh Sees, and they also have a new single to share. "The Static God" is the first track from their new album <i>Orc</i>, which will release on August 25. It'll be their 19th …

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Lost Balloons' Sweet Little Psych-Pop Song 'Paint' Just Doesn't Want To End

If you've ever listened to The Marked Men or Radioactivity, Jeff Burke is a songwriter who knows his way around a power-pop-punched punk hook. The same goes for Japanese musician Yusuke Okada, who makes rollicking garage-rock with Suspicious Beasts. The cross-continental duo make hazy, flowery '60s …

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David Nance Makes Music That Sounds Like Drugs

David Nance's "River With No Color" is sinewy and lean. It sneaks like a jittery stray around a convenience store dumpster, as murky rhythms build over six-minutes of low rumble, jagged distortion and Nance's fatigued vocals that reference garbage and piles of cash.<p>"Have you ever watched an empty …

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Katie Von Schleicher – Life’s A Lie

Katie Von Schleicher’s 2015 mini-album was called ‘Bleaksploitation’. It sounds like it would be a pretty gloom-laden affair but, in fact, the …

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Loss: Horizonless Album Review | Pitchfork

Judas Priests’ 1978 take of “Better by You, Better Than Me” landed them in court on allegations that it caused two young men to shoot themselves. But the album it came from, <i>Stained Class</i>, also had “Beyond the Realms of Death”—a song that actually dealt with suicide. There, death was a cosmic …

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Tony Conrad: Ten Years Alive on the Infinite Plain Album Review | Pitchfork

For half a century, Tony Conrad was anonymous by association. The composer, violinist, filmmaker, mathematician, teacher, and playful provocateur at large made essential contributions to half-dozen vital American art movements. Conrad, who died last year, helped organize the principals of the …

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Legendary NZ Band The Terminals Return With Their First Album in Ten Years

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Witch Vomit

Before SF show this weekend, unearthing Planning for Burial - The Bay Bridged - San Francisco Bay Area Indie Music

<i>Words by Jordan Martich</i><p>After spending his 20s in New Jersey, <b>Planning for Burial</b>’s Thom Wasluck came home to Pennsylvania. There, he found himself …

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Molly Nilsson – Imaginations

Hand Habits touring in Kevin Morby’s band, playing solo shows in NYC & LA

Meg Duffy released her first album as <b>Hand Habits</b> earlier this year on Woodsist which is a truly lovely record full of great songs and her skilled, …

Album Of The Week: The I.L.Y’s Bodyguard

Death Grips have to be the most love-it-or-hate-it proposition on the musical landscape today. If you’re not a fan — and I’m not — then they can be a …

Bodyguard

Song Premiere: White Suns - "Pilgrim"

An unsettling chill in the air becomes more noticeable given the right ambiance. White Suns have very much embodied that sterile, cold air pressure …

Heather Trost: Agistri Album Review | Pitchfork

Heather Trost’s solo debut <i>Agistri</i> feels built to soundtrack stop-motion animation, a riot of flower petals and pinned butterflies fluttering across the frame. As half of the global trad-folk-inspired A Hawk and a Hacksaw with Neutral Milk Hotel drummer Jeremy Barnes, the two channeled a rustic …

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Everybody Is Freaking Out To David Nance's New Dance Move, The 'Negative Boogie'

<i>"There's no use for the human soul — it died for the digital age!"</i><p>"Negative Boogie," the title track from Omaha musician David Nance's new album is a stuttering rave-up, a mad dogpile of shredded Pere Ubu nerves and a little bit of Sonny Sharrock skronk-punk.<p>Nance upgraded his 4-track to a studio …

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Dream Machine, The Illusion

<i>The Illusion</i> is the debut album from Dream Machine, the group established by husband and wife team Matthew and Doris Melton, with Dillon Fernandez …

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HERE'S WHAT CELESTIAL DEATH METALLERS ARTIFICIAL BRAIN THINK YOU SHOULD FEED YOUR REAL BRAIN

Video Salon shares self-titled debut project

Well, this is certainly something. <b>Video Salon</b> marks the first collaboration between Arcata, CA-based musician and producer Brian Pyle (best known for …

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