New Video for Born Ruffians Don’t Live Up

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Born Ruffians have shared a new video for ‘Don’t Live Up’ off their upcoming album RUFF. You can watch it here.  Director Jared Raab, and Ruffians lead singer and guitarist Luke Lalonde intend the video to show the difference between one’s perception of their hopes and dreams, and the reality upon achieving  them.  The metaphor of a monotonous cycle […]

Julia Holter – New Album, New Single, New Tour.


“Minimalist patterns and airy lyrics mesh in the songs of Julia Holter, who easily walks the line between classical and pop.” – New York Times“It may be one of Holter’s finest compositions to date” – Under the Radar“Have You in My Wilderness feels like a cozy, if slightly ominous, embrace.” – VogueA week ahead of […]

New Oneohtrix Point Never Album – Garden of Delete


Essential listening for creativity, Oneohtrix Point Never officially announces new album Garden of Delete to be released November 13th. OPN has said: “I originally intended on this project painting some troubled pictures of pop music, but as it emerged I realized it turned into a self-portrait” which is enough to get us on the edge of our seats. With track […]

New YACHT Album


After weeks of sending fans on an online/ offline hunt for clues YACHT confirms they will be putting out a new album I Thought the Future Would Be Cooler on October 18th on Downtown Records.  And they are streaming the title track from the album here.If you haven’t been keeping up with YACHT’s antics, it all started when they […]

Matrixxman to Play Brooklyn, LA, SF, Portland.


Since Charlie Duff, a.k.a Matrixxman dropped his debut joint Homesick on Ghostly last year we have been hopping he would come drop his effortless and efficient techno on us in The States.  Well my wish just came true, and so did yours if you live in Brooklyn, LA, SF, or Portland.US Tour DatesAug 21st – The Liquor Store – […]

GEMS Haunting Debut Album Announced


GEMS highly anticipated first album Kill the One You Love will be out October 30th via Carpark.  In 2013 as GEMS, they self released the Medusa EP, a debut with a remarkably mature sound and crystalline vision. On Medusa, Lindsay’s haunting and deeply emotive vocals provide the backbone for Clifford’s dark and dreamy production, balancing gauzy atmospherics […]