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Neko Case Adds New Tour Dates

Singer-songwriter Neko Case has announced tour dates for the upcoming months. Her travels include stops in Australia, Canada, and both coasts of the United States. Neko Case will also be making appearances at major music festivals including California’s Coachella, Washington’s Sasquatch festival and New York’s Governor’s Ball. Her upcoming shows will feature songs from her […]

Villagers Release New Single

Irish band Villagers released a new track titled “Occupy Your Mind” purposely coinciding with the start of the Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Upon release, frontman Conor J. O’Brien accompanied the song with a few words speaking to the anti-gay laws in Russia, writing, “In the advent of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, please find attached […]

The National’s Bryce Dessner Releasing Orchestral Album

Bryce Dessner is readying to release a three song orchestral album called St. Carolyn by the Sea on March 3rd. Although the musician is certainly most well-known for his part in The National on guitar, Dessner is also an incredibly talented arranger and composer. Dessner traverses genres quite beautifully between classical orchestra and full-fledged rock. […]

Foster the People Look Back on “Pumped Up Kicks”

Lead singer of LA-based band Foster the People, Mark Foster, recently sat down with NME to discuss the breakout 2010 single and the effect – or rather effects – it had on society at the time. Foster explains in the interview how the song made the band extremely sought after by record labels out of […]

Lana Del Ray Announces New Album Release

Former WERS Artist of the Month Lana Del Ray has confirmed a release date for her album. Well, sort of. A video recently surfaced of Lana meeting with fans and talking about her upcoming album Ultraviolence. After scoring her first number one single this past year with “Summertime Sadness” and winning a Grammy for best remixed […]

Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy to Appear on ‘Parks & Recreation’

Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy to Appear on ‘Parks & Recreation’

The NBC hit show Parks and Recreation is currently in its 6th season and has been fairly star-studded, compensating for the loss of Rashida Jones and Rob Lowe from their main cast. Guest stars for this season have included stars such as Henry Winkler and Kristen Bell; and Jeff Tweedy is no exception. The frontman of […]

New Music Tuesday: December 10th

Though new music tends to take a backseat to the monolith that is the holiday season, look closer, listeners– even as Santa dominates the airwaves, the last releases of the year are sneaking out into the public consciousness! Eat up, kids: Brendan Benson, You Were Right This Raconteurs member’s sixth solo release, You Were Right has been praised […]

Grizzly Bear Guitarist to Embark on Solo Tour

Grizzly Bear Guitarist to Embark on Solo Tour

Daniel Rossen, guitarist of indie-rock group Grizzly Bear, has announced plans for a solo tour this upcoming spring. The tour makes stops across North America and will be Rossen’s first time hitting the road alone. Rossen is set to play music from his most recent EP along with material from his project Department of Eagles, […]

The Walkmen on Indefinite Hiatus

The Walkmen on Indefinite Hiatus

As of this week, The Walkmen are officially on a “pretty extreme hiatus” according to the band’s interview with The Washington Post last week. The Walkmen have been active for fourteen years and have released seven well received studio albums, yet bassist/organist Peter Bauer revealed that none of the band members “wanted to make another […]

Lana Del Rey Makes Short Film

  Since her breakout 2012 album Born To Die, I think most of us probably think of Lana Del Rey as “that girl who collaborates a lot with H&M” or “she did that song for Gatsby, right?” In other words, she’s kind of stepped off of the scene for a little while — until recently with […]

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