BULLY DEBUTS MUSIC VIDEO FOR
BULLY DEBUTS MUSIC VIDEO FOR
The impassioned, self-titled debut from Los Angeles-band Moaning will be released March 2nd, 2018 worldwide through Sub Pop
On March 2nd, 2018, Moaning will release their impassioned self-titled debut on CD/LP/CS/DL worldwide through Sub Pop. The 10-track album, featuring the “Don’t Go” along with highlights “Artificial,” “The Same,” and “Misheard,” was recorded and engineered by Alex Newport in Los Angeles.
Moaning have delivered a charmingly chaotic, black & white visual for “Don’t Go,” which was directed by Michael Schmelling. The video stars the band and a few of their dear friends, and was shot in Los Angeles in the waning days of summer.
Watch official video for “Don’t Go”
MUD HONEY ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM
On January 19, 2018 Sub Pop will release Mudhoney’s LiE (“Live in Europe”), the Seattle band’s first, unlimited-edition, non-bootleg live album to date.
“Judgement, Rage, Retribution and Thyme”
Love is written in the stars and sky in Jesca Hoop’s charming new animated video for
WOLF PARADE’S CRY CRY CRY IS OUT NOW!
PRAISE FOR WOLF PARADE
“…Their best yet,” **** – The Guardian
“A dark and beautiful reunion record” – SPIN
9/10 – Drowned in Sound
“Cry Cry Cry is 21st century rock at its most delectably omnivorous [8/10].” – Uncut
“Cry Cry Cry is fully and completely a Wolf Parade record. The band not only sounds like itself, it sounds as good as ever.” [8.5/10] – Under the Radar
Wolf Parade’s Cry Cry Cry, the band’s excellent fourth album, is out now on Sub Pop / Rhythmethod.
In celebration, Wolf Parade dropped a new long-form video entitled “Cry III (King of Piss and Paper / Artificial Life)” during their Indieheads AMA.
Kyle Craft’s Girl Crazy cover series
“Something On Your Mind” (Karen Dalton cover)
FLOOD Magazine premiered the trippy new music video for “Black Jack,” the bombastic opening salvo from Dude York’s full-length Sincerely, which was released earlier this year.
“[Dude York] delivers brisk pop-rock melodies with metal flourishes and arena-rock theatrics.” — The Chicago Tribune
“Bands like Dude York, alongside Mitski, Angel Olsen or Hardly Art label mates Tacocat and Chastity Belt, seem like the most likely way forward: rock music that touches on modern concerns, is forthright instead of vague and offers perspectives other than the male gaze.” — The Seattle Times
“The 13 tracks on Sincerely, are, in contrast to their booming, brash arrangements, plainly vulnerable, truthful and deal with familiar feelings of quarter-life malaise.” — Paste
“Dude York’s pleas for the crowd to move closer are getting increasingly desperate.” — The Onion
Today the Toronto noise-rock-punk trio METZ release their ferocious (Steve Albini-produced) third album Strange Peace!
“The songs on Strange Peace are about uncertainty,” Edkins explains. “They’re about recognizing that we’re not always in control of our own fate, and about admitting our mistakes and fears. They’re about finding some semblance of peace within the chaos.”
To celebrate they have released a video for “Cellophane”, Watch the discombobulating black-and-white clip for “Cellophane” below.