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Sharon Van Etten Announces New Double Album “epic Ten”

By: Staff – Sharon Van Etten announces epic Ten, a double LP of the original epic album from 2010 and a new album of epic covers, out digitally on April 16th and physically on June 11th via Ba Da Bing, plus a documentary and concert stream. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of epic’s release, and to … Continue reading

Stream Courtney Barnett’s New Single “Everybody Here Hates You”

By: Staff – Courtney Barnett has released a brand new single today titled “Everybody Here Hates You”, which you can stream below. Recorded late in 2018 during a rare break at the height of her Tell Me How You Really Feel world tour, “Everybody Here Hates You” is the closest Barnett has ever come to capturing the extraordinary weight and … Continue reading

Photos: 10 Years of Mom & Pop – Courtney Barnett, Tom Morello, Sleigh Bells

Photos by: Alex Bear –  Indie record label Mom + Pop celebrated their 10th anniversary last night (Oct. 22nd) with a concert at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, New York that featured performances by Courtney Barnett, Tom Morello, Sleigh Bells, Neon Indian, and more!

Photos: Pitchfork Festival 2018 – Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, Big Thief

Photos by: Katie Kuropas –  Day one of the 2018 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on July 20th featured performances by Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala, who released their newest album, Currents, on July 17th, 2015 via Interscope, Australian indie rock singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett, who released her newest album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, on May … Continue reading

Photos: Courtney Barnett, Lala Lala @ Preston Bradley Hall

Photos by: Kris Cortes – Australian indie rock singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett, who released her newest album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, on May 18th, 2018 via Mom + Pop, which featured the singles “Nameless, Faceless”, “Need a Little Time”, “City Looks Pretty”, and “Sunday Roast”, performed at Preston Bradley Hall in Chicago last night (May 22nd) with Chicago-based punk rock … Continue reading

Album Review: Courtney Barnett – “Tell Me How You Really Feel”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –       At only 30 years of age, Courtney Barnett has already reached the prized status of an international icon. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, this singer/songwriter’s signature bold mash-up style has been a fiery catalyst for her blossoming career. In just six short years, Barnett’s racked up an impressive musical pedigree … Continue reading

Courtney Barnett Announces New Album “Tell Me How You Really Feel”, Shares New Song 

By: Staff – Earlier this week, Courtney Barnett teased fans with this video, which was then followed by mysterious billboards popping up in major cities around the world. Next indie record stores worldwide unexpectedly received vinyl copies of lead single “Nameless, Faceless,” and now the wait is over with Courtney Barnett today announcing details of her second studio … Continue reading

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile Announce Intercontinental Mixtape Exchange

By: Staff – Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile have teamed with Spotify for an intercontinental mixtape exchange in the spirit of their collaborative new album Lotta Sea Lice. Fans can make a brand new musical friend by submitting a playlist, sending it into the world as a digital postcard and immediately receiving a playlist postcard in … Continue reading

Watch Courtney Barnett’s new video for “Elevator Operator”

By: Staff – Courtney Barnett has revealed the new music video for her new single “Elevator Operator”. Watch the video below. Directed by Sunny Leunig (son of legendary Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig, who himself appears briefly in the video) and crammed with cameos from a raft of similarly off kilter, counterculture stars such as Sleater-Kinney, Magda Szubanski (“Kath … Continue reading

Album Review: Various Artists – “Day of the Dead”

By: Emmett Robinson Smith –     The Grateful Dead’s legacy is undeniable. Their unwieldy amalgamation of disparate musical styles is somewhat overwhelming for those wishing to delve for the first time into the band’s catalogue, as they are one of the rare bands whose importance cannot be summed up with one song, concert, or album. … Continue reading