Photos by: Joanna Glezakos – New York City-based electronic duo Phantogram, who released their third album, Three, on October 7th via Republic, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on August 30th. Advertisements
Photos by: Lauren Fuchs – Indie Rock band Vampire Weekend, who released their forth album, Father of the Bride, on May 3rd, 2019 via Columbia, which featured the singles “Harmony Hall” / “2021”, “Sunflower” / “Big Blue”, and “This Life” / “Unbearably White”, and which followed up their 2013 album, Modern Vampires of the City, performed at the Merriweather … Continue reading
Photos by: Priti Shikotra – UK indie rock band Skunk Anansie, who released their newest album, 25Live@25, on January 25th, 2019 via Republic of Music, performed at Manchester Academy in Manchester, UK on August 18th.
By: Jessica Nakamoto – From the climatic heartbreak of a Shakespearean tragedy to the fairytale ending of a Disney film, it’s clear that legendary love stories often thrive in the presence of extreme highs and lows. And while an idyllic Cinderella tale is often enough to prompt a carefree daydream, when it comes … Continue reading
By: Staff – The New Pornographers have announced the release of their forthcoming new album, In The Morse Code Of Brake Lights, on September 27 via the band’s own Collected Work Records imprint in partnership with Concord Records. The record is available for pre-order at https://found.ee/MorseCodeofBrakeLights. Listen to the first single “Falling Down The Stairs Of Your Smile” below. “There are so many songs … Continue reading
By: Staff – Lilac is in bloom. The highly anticipated fifth studio album from The Early November will be released on September 27th via Rise Records. The band’s first album since 2015’s Imbue, Lilac represents a shift towards a more pop-centric sound while preserving the raw vulnerability that The Early November has become known for. Pre-orders are … Continue reading
By: Staff – Twin Peaks have announced their new album, Lookout Low, will be released on September 13th via Grand Jury. Where their last LP, 2016’s Down In Heaven, and 2017’s Sweet ‘17 Singles compilation were adventurous and compelling updates on their youthfully raucous formula, their fourth album, Lookout Low feels like a total revolution. Their … Continue reading
By: Staff – Brittany Howard has unveiled a new video for “Stay High,” the soulful second single from her debut solo album, Jaime, and the accompanying video, which you can watch below, follows a father in the moments after his shift at a factory. Envisioning Terry Crews – who portrayed beloved TV dad Julius in “Everybody Hates Chris” and has gone on … Continue reading
By: Staff – Wilco return with Ode to Joy, out October 4th via dBpm Records. Ode to Joy comes three-plus years after the release of Schmilco, and encourages the act of finding joy in a dark political climate. The album presents a unique rhythm track and a minimalist instrumentation, with lyrics at once observant, hopeful, morbid, … Continue reading
Photos by: David McDonald – Glasgow-based indie pop band Belle and Sebastian, who released their newest album, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, on January 19th, 2015 via Matador, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on July 16th.