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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Sierra Noble’s New Animated Video for “Let Me Out of Here”

By: Staff – Emerging Winnipeg-based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Sierra Noble is back with a new animated video for “Let Me Out of Here”. The video, illustrated by Nicholas Friesen, draws Noble and creative collaborator Rusty Matyas (formerly of The Weakerthans, The Sheepdogs, Slow Leaves, Imaginary Cities) overcoming their past struggles in calm pastels that … Continue reading

Manchester Orchestra Share Dirty Projectors’ Reimagined Version of “Telepath”

By: Staff – Manchester Orchestra has shared a new version of their latest single “Telepath,” reimagined by Dirty Projectors; watch its animated video below. The track is a deconstructed and kaleidoscopic rendering of the heartfelt original from the band’s new album, The Million Masks of God. “Telepath (Dirty Projectors Version)” follows Local Natives’ reworking of … Continue reading

Mitski Returns With New Single “Working for the Knife”, 2022 Tour Dates

By: Staff – Mitski has returned with “Working for the Knife,” a new single/video and the announcement of a spring 2022 North American tour. “Working for the Knife” surges with synth and a syncopated beat, driven by Mitski’s tenor and production by longtime collaborator Patrick Hyland. “It’s about going from being a kid with a … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Laurent Bourque’s New “Songs that inspired “EASY”” Curated Spotify Playlist

By: Staff – To celebrate the release of Laurent Bourque’s new single “EASY”, the Toronto-based singer-songwriter curated a brand new Spotify playlist featuring songs that inspired the single that you can stream below. Angele – “Balance Ton Quoi” Belgium’s finest pop star! Angele is the thing I put on when I need a pick-me-up. When I … Continue reading

Photos: Lake Street Dive @ The Wiltern

Photos by: James Alvarez – Indie pop band Lake Street Dive, who released their newest album, Obviously, on March 12th, 2021 via Nonesuch Records, performed at The Wiltern in Los Angeles last night (Oct. 2nd).

Photos: Dead Sara @ Bowery Ballroom

Photos by: Alx Bear –  Los Angeles-based hard rock band Dead Sara, who released their third album, Ain’t It Tragic, on September 17th, 2021 via INgrooves Music Group/Pocket Kid Records performed at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City last night (Oct 1st)

Photos: Angels & Airwaves, Bad Suns, 1990Nowhere @ The Warfield

Photos by: Kris Cortes – Space Rock band Angels & Airwaves, which features former Blink-182 member Tom Delonge, and who released their newest album, Lifeforms, on September 24th, 2021 via Rise, which features the singles “Rebel Girl”, “Euphoria”, “Restless Souls”, “Losing My Mind”, and “Spellbound”, performed at the Warfield in San Francisco last night (Sept 30th) with indie rock band Bad Suns, … Continue reading

LCD Soundsystem Announces 20 Date NYC Residency

By: Staff – LCD Soundsystem has confirmed details of its first live shows in more than three years. Beginning November 23, the band will return to Brooklyn Steel for the first time since 2017, playing a record run of 20 shows concluding December 21. Tickets for all 20 shows will go on-sale to the general … Continue reading

Photos: Soccer Mommy, Squirrel Flower @ Thalia Hall

Photos by: Jenna Whalen – Indie rock artist Soccer Mommy, who released her second album, Color Theory, on February 28th, 2020 via Loma Vista, which was produced by Gabe Wax (who also produced Soccer Mommy’s 2018 debut album Clean), and mixed by Lars Stalfors (Mars Volta, HEALTH, St. Vincent), performed at Thalia Hall in Chicago … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch Ryan Kennedy’s New Video for “Say Hello”

By: Staff – Emerging Quebec singer-songwriter Ryan Kennedy is back with his new video for “Say Hello”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The video takes place in a beautiful sun-drenched living room as you’re transported into Kennedy’s diverse musical landscape of pop, rock, and a hint of disco that seamlessly blend together … Continue reading

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