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The War On Drugs Announce New Album “I Don’t Live Here Anymore”, Share New Video for “Living Proof”

By: Staff – The War On Drugs have announced the release of their first studio album in four years, I Don’t Live Here Anymore, out October 29th on Atlantic Records, and a 2022 North American and European tour. The band also shared a new video for “Living Proof”, the first taste from the new album. Over the last 15 … Continue reading

The War On Drugs Announces Live Album, Shares Lead Single

By: Staff – The War On Drugs will release Live Drugs, their first new album since 2017’s GRAMMY-winning A Deeper Understanding, on November 20th via Super High Quality Records, bandleader Adam Granduciel’s own record label. Stream the lead single “Pain (Live)” below. Live Drugs is a collection culled from over 40 hard drives of recorded live … Continue reading

Photos: Pitchfork Festival 2018 – The War On Drugs, Blood Orange, Moses Sumney

Photos by: Katie Kuropas –  Day two of the 2018 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on July 21st featured performances by indie rock band The War On Drugs, who released their fourth album, A Deeper Understanding, on August 25th, 2017 via Atlantic, which featured the singles “Thinking of a Place”, “Holding On”, “Strangest Thing”, “Pain”, and “Up All Night”,  R&B artist Blood Orange, … Continue reading

Photos: The War On Drugs, The Building @ Massey Hall

Photos by: David McDonald –  Indie Rock band The War On Drugs, who released their fourth album, A Deeper Understanding, on August 25th, 2017 via Atlantic, which featured the singles “Thinking of a Place”, “Holding On”, “Strangest Thing”, “Pain”, and “Up All Night”, performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night (Oct. 21st) with Youngstown, Ohio-based folk band The Building, … 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

Interview: Daughter’s Elena Tonra on “Not To Disappear”

By: Gemma Mastroianni – Question: how do you match an album as peerless, wholly immersive, and as widely acclaimed and adored as Daughter’s 2013 debut If You Leave? Simple: up the ante on every level. Building on that record’s gloriously dark intensity, wracked emotion and come-hither diaphanous textures, Not To Disappear, the new full-length release from the London-based … Continue reading

Photos: Pemberton Music Festival 2015 – J Cole, Bassnectar, The War On Drugs

Photos by: Steven Shepherd – Day one of the 2015 Pemberton Music Festival featured performances by hip-hop artist J Cole, who released his third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, on December 9th, 2014 via Columbia, dubstep DJ/Producer Bassnectar, who released his newest album, Into The Sun, on June 30th, 2015, Philadelphia-based indie rock band The War On … Continue reading

Photos: Field Trip 2015 (Day 1) – Alabama Shakes, Purity Ring, Arkells, The War On Drugs

Photos by: Curtis Sindrey (@SindreyCurtis) & Justin Roth – Day one of Field Trip 2015 at Fort York in Toronto featured performances by Alabama-based blues rock band Alabama Shakes, who released their second album, Sound & Color, on April 21st, 2015 via ATO, Edmonton-based synthpop band Purity Ring, who released their second album, Another Eternity, on February 27th, … Continue reading

Photos: Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 (Day 5) – Hey Rosetta!, Joss Stone, The War on Drugs, + More

Photos by: Scott Penner –  The fifth and final day of Ottawa Folk Festival 2014 featured peformances by Newfoundland-based indie rock band Hey Rosetta!, who will release their new LP, Second Sight, on October 21 via Sonic Records/Warner Music Canada, and who replaced original headliners The Gaslight Anthem, UK soul-R&B singer Joss Stone, who released her sixth album, The Soul Sessions … Continue reading

Photos: Austin Psych Fest 2014 (Day 3) – Loop, Bo Ningn, Panda Bear, + More!

Photos by: Steve Danyleyko – On the final night of the 2014 Austin Psych Fest, fans were treated to performances by newly reformed English alt rock band Loop, Japanese four-piece acid punk band Bo Ningen, who released their second album, Line the Wall, in 2012 via Stolen Recordings, psychedelic pop artist Panda Bear, who is a founding member of Animal Collective, … Continue reading

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