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The Shins Announce “Oh, Inverted World” 21st Anniversary Tour

By: Staff – The Shins are bringing their classic 2001 debut album Oh, Inverted World to life in its entirety with a 21st anniversary tour this summer. Beginning on July 12th in San Francisco, the band will embark on a two month tour of North America performing the landmark album from start to finish — … Continue reading

The Shins to Release 20th Anniversary Remastered Edition of Debut Album “Oh, Inverted World”

By: Staff – Sub Pop will release a 20th anniversary remastered edition of The Shins’ Oh, Inverted World, the group’s much-beloved debut album, for its 20th anniversary on June 11th, 2021. Oh, Inverted World is the earth-shattering, indie-rock-redefining 2001 album from The Shins, and is presented here in its finest form. The classic tunes get new … Continue reading

Watch The Shins’ New Video for “The Great Divide”

By: Staff – The Shins break an extended silence with their new song “The Great Divide.” The first official release from the band in over two and a half years, “The Great Divide” is available now via James Mercer’s own label Aural Apothecary and Monotone Records across all digital platforms. Co-written and produced by James Mercer, Jon Sortland … Continue reading

Stream Broken Bells’ New Song “Good Luck”

By: Staff – Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse) and James Mercer (of The Shins), collectively known as Broken Bells, have released their newest song “Good Luck”, which you can stream below. Much like last year’s standalone single “Shelter,” “Good Luck” bears the unmistakable sonic signature of Broken Bells unveiled on 2010’s eponymous debut and 2014’s After The Disco—in other words, the instantly recognizable audible fingerprints of both … Continue reading

Photos: Mister Heavenly, Anna Burch @ Drake Hotel

Photos by: Theo Rallis – Indie Rock supergroup Mister Heavenly, which consists of Honus Honus of Man Man, Nicholas Thorburn of Islands and The Unicorns, and Joe Plummer of Modest Mouse and The Shins, and who released their second album, Boxing the Moonlight, in October 2017, which featured the single “Beat Down”, performed at the Drake Hotel in Toronto last … Continue reading

Photos: Wayhome 2017 – Flume, Justice, The Shins, Cage The Elephant

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey – Photos by: Alyssa Balistreri –  Day one of the 2017 Wayhome Festival took place on July 28th at Burl’s Creek in Oro-Medonte, ON, which featured performances by Australian DJ Flume, who released his second album, Skin, on May 27th, 2016 via Future Classic, electronic duo Justice, who released their third album, Woman, on November 18th, 2016 via … Continue reading

Photos: Bunbury Festival 2017 – Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, Mutemath, The Shins

Photos by: Taylor Ohryn – Day one of the Bunbury Music Festival took place at the Sawyer Point Park in Cincinnati last night, and featured performances by Pittsburgh-based rapper Wiz Khalifa, who released his sixth album, Khalifa, on February 5th, 2016 via Atlantic, Oakland, CA-based rapper G-Eazy, who released his third album, When It’s Dark Out, on December 4th, 2015 … Continue reading

The Shins and Spoon Announce 2017 Co-Headlining Tour Dates

By: Staff – Hot off the back to back release of two of the most acclaimed albums of the year—The Shins’ Heartworms and Spoon’s Hot Thoughts — two pioneering acts whose singular styles defined the sounds of the early aughts and mid-90s respectively will join forces for four once-in-a-lifetime dates. The Shins and Spoon bill will hit the following cities … Continue reading

Photos: The Shins @ Fox Theater Pomona

Photos by: Andrew Gomez – Acclaimed indie rock band The Shins, who will release their fifth album, Heartworms, on March 10th via Columbia, which serves as their first studio album in five years, performed at the Fox Theater Pomona in Pomona, California last night.  

Photos: A Prairie Home Companion – The Shins, Regina Spektor

Photos by: Kevin Tosh –  Acclaimed indie rock band The Shins, who are expected to release their fifth studio album, Heartworms, on March 10th via Aural Apothecary/Columbia Records, which will follow up their 2012 album, Port of Morrow, performed at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle last night with indie Pop singer-songwriter Regina Spektor, who released her seventh album, Remember Us … Continue reading

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