indie Rock

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The National to Reissue Remastered Early Catalogue

By: Staff – Twenty years on from the release of their self-titled debut album, The National are reissuing it along with 2003’s follow-up Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers and 2004’s Cherry Tree EP for release on February 26th, 2021 via 4AD. With all three records having been remastered at Abbey Road Studios, the 2021 represses … Continue reading

The Postal Service Announces New Live Album “Everything Will Change”, Shares New Live Videos

By: Staff – The Postal Service has announced the release of a new live album, Everything Will Change, which will be available digitally for the first time on December 4th, 2020 via Sub Pop. The beloved band’s 15-track set, which features fan favorites ”Such Great Heights,” “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight,” “Sleeping In” and “Natural Anthem,” … Continue reading

Hannah Georgas & Matt Berninger Share New “Pray It Away” Duet

By: Staff – Acclaimed indie-pop songstress Hannah Georgas shares a new version of the song “Pray It Away” from her latest album All That Emotion. Co-written with Aaron Dessner, the new version of the song is performed as a duet with The National frontman Matt Berninger. “Pray It Away (Ft. Matt Berninger)”, which you can … Continue reading

Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs Announce New Album “Real One”, Share New Video for “Back With The Gang”

By: Staff – It’s been three years since Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs released their self-titled LP on Dine Alone. An album that elevated their rough and ready garage stylings into something with true arena rock ambitions, while taking their joyous live show on the road on a bigger scale then they ever had … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Tripper and the Wild Things’ New Single “Juno”

By: Staff – Hamilton-based indie rock band Tripper and the Wild Things are back with their new single “Juno”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Tripper and the Wild Things’ brand of noisy, high energy rock is balanced by melodies that invoke their ‘90s surf rock and alternative roots, with themes of … Continue reading

The Flaming Lips Announce The World’s First Space Bubble Concert

By: Staff – Once again, multiple GRAMMY Award-winning band The Flaming Lips, make history by staging the world’s first actual Space Bubble live concert set for December 11th at The Criterion in their hometown of Oklahoma City. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10:00 AM CT. Go to criterionokc.com to purchase tickets. Local health and safety … Continue reading

The Black Keys Announce 10th Anniversary Deluxe Remastered Edition of “Brothers”

By: Staff – The Black Keys release Brothers (Deluxe Remastered Anniversary Edition), an expanded version of their watershed 2010 multi-platinum, Grammy-winning sixth studio album December 18, 2020 in the US and Canada and on January 1, 2021 in all other territories, via Nonesuch Records, on which the record is newly available throughout the world. To … Continue reading

Phoebe Bridgers Announces New “Copycat Killer” EP

By: Staff – Phoebe Bridgers has announced that she will release her new EP, Copycat Killer, on November 20 via Dead Oceans. Copycat Killer will feature all new recordings of songs from her critically acclaimed album Punisher which came out earlier this year.  These versions of the songs were recorded with GRAMMY Award winning arranger and string … Continue reading

Born Ruffians Announce “Shondi Festoon III” Livestream Event

By: Staff –   Born Ruffians have announced their third annual December holiday show spectacular- Shondi Festoon III on December 11th. Proving that the pandemic can’t cancel the best of holiday traditions – Shondi Festoon will be virtual this year. Tickets are on sale now here for $15. Full details below. “Shondi Festoon is the … Continue reading

Heartless Bastards Share New Video for “Revolution”

By: Staff – Austin, Texas-based Heartless Bastards share a brand new visual to accompany their first digital single in 5 years, “Revolution,” today. The song was originally released only on Bandcamp at first, where proceeds were donated to the ACLU. Now, the song is out everywhere. The timely visual shines with a message of inner power in … Continue reading