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FIDLAR Make Ferocious Return With New Single “FSU”

By: Staff – Southern California punk band FIDLAR have returned with their vicious new single, “FSU.” Storming back after a three year hiatus, the band has come out swinging with their first original music since the release of their third studio album ALMOST FREE in 2019. Produced by Grammy Award-winning recording mastermind Dave Sardy(Spoon, LCD … Continue reading

Photos: FIDLAR, Dilly Dally @ Phoenix Concert Theatre

Photos by: Morgan Hotston –  Los Angeles-based skate punk band FIDLAR, who released their second album, Too, on September 4th, 2015 via Mom + Pop Records/Dine Alone Records, which featured the singles “40oz. On Repeat”, “Drone”, and “Why Generation”, performed at the Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto last night (Sept. 12th) with Toronto-based punk band Dilly Dally, who will release … Continue reading

Dilly Dally Announce New Album “Heaven”, Share New Song “I Feel Free”

By: Staff – “This feels like the album we’d make if the band died and went to heaven,” says Dilly Dally guitarist/singer Katie Monks about her band’s upcoming sophomore LP, aptly titled Heaven, out September 14th via Dine Alone. In a sense, that’s precisely what happened. Heaven rose from the ashes after the Toronto four-piece almost decided to … Continue reading

Photos: Levitation Vancouver 2016 – Tycho, Of Montreal, FIDLAR, Allah-Las

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – Day one of Levitation Vancouver 2016 on June 17th featured performances by San Francisco-based ambient artist Tycho, who released his self-produced fourth album, Awake, on March 18th, 2014 via Ghostly International, which followed-up his 2011 album, Dive, psych-pop band Of Montreal, who released their thirteenth album, Aureate Gloom, on March 3rd, 2015 via … Continue reading

Watch FIDLAR’s new video for “Why Generation”

By: Staff –   FIDLAR shared their new emoji inspired music video for “Why Generation.” Watch the clip below. Directed by longtime collaborator Ryan Baxley (“Cocaine“, “40oz. On Repeat“, “West Coast“) and animated by Nolan Fabricius, the clip reimagines FIDLAR’s notoriously rowdy live show in a world created entirely out of the popular social messaging characters. … Continue reading

Interview: Together Pangea talks “The Phage”, SoCal influences, and responsible partying

By: Josh Terzino – Los Angeles-based indie rock band Together Pangea (formerly known as Pangea) sat down with us at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2015 in Austin, Texas last weekend to talk about their new six-song EP, The Phage, how southern California influences their sound, responsible partying, and more!  You’ve released three albums on three different labels. Is … Continue reading

Interview: FIDLAR’s Elvis Kuehn on growing up, and selling out

By: Daniel Gerichter (@ZenDonut) – P unk isn’t always just three of the same notes over and over again. Just ask L.A.’s FIDLAR. Yes, they’re from Southern California. Yes, they like to skateboard. And yes, they have some negative opinions about pop music. Despite all that, FIDLAR have been very open about their own trials, including singer Zach’s … Continue reading

FIDLAR makes TV debut on Kimmel

By: Staff –   Los Angeles-based skate punk band FIDLAR, who released their second album, Too, on September 4th via Mom + Pop Music/Dine Alone Records, performed the track “West Coast” on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. Replay their performance of “West Coast” below.  

Photos: CMW 2015 – FIDLAR @ The Great Hall

Photos by: Roy Cohen – Los Angeles-based skate punk band FIDLAR, who released their self-titled debut album on January 22nd, 2013 via Mom + Pop Records/Dine Alone Records, performed at The Great Hall in Toronto last night as part of CMW 2015.   

Concert Review: FIDLAR, The Orwells @ Hard Luck Bar

By: Duncan Boyd – Last night, Los Angeles punks FIDLAR played to a sold out, all ages crowd at Toronto’s Hard Luck Bar. Upon entering the venue, the age demographics were easily identifiable. Moving from the front of the stage to the back of the venue, the audience members seemed to grow progressively older. Usually, minors probably … Continue reading

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