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November 2013

Destroyer - “Bye Bye” (video) + Tour Dates

Destroyer are set to release a Spanish language EP, Five Spanish Songs, on November 25th via Merge. The tunes were all penned by Antonio Luque from the band Sr. Chinarro.


Desmond Dekker - ‘10 Big Stiffs’ (video) (Premiere)

Desmond Dekker is a straight-up ska legend, as essential to the genre as water is for life.


INK - “Try What You Don’t Know” (stream) (Premiere)

INK's bright, melodic "Try What You Don't Know" offers a refreshing departure from the dark, downbeat atmospherics that's in vogue these days.


Stükenberg - ‘Novella’ (album stream) (Premiere)

Austin-based Americana/rock outfit Stükenberg is set to release its third captivating album, Novella, on November 12th.


‘Calvet’: Portrait of an Artist Who Can’t Stop

The film is a remarkable portrait, convincing and performative, insistent and expressive, and ever incomplete.


Broken Bells - “Holding On For Life” (stream)

"Holding on for Life" features Danger Mouse's trademark atmospheric soundscapes, underscored by a telltale bass line and James Mercer's Bee Gees-esque falsetto.


Mount Moriah - “Miracle Temple Holiness” (video) (Premiere)

"Miracle Temple Holiness" is a timely reminder that Mount Moriah's Miracle Temple is one of the breakthrough albums of 2013.


October 2013

Dum Dum Girls - “Lost Boys and Girls Club” (video)

Dum Dum Girls release details of new album, unveil first single's video.


Painted Palms - “Spinning Signs” (stream)

We can't resist the pure pop pleasure that is San Francisco's Painted Palms. Their Polyvinyl Records debut comes out next year on January 14th.


LIZ - “Stop Me Cold” (MP3)

LIZ gets her sultry on in this new single "Stop Me Cold", a collaboration with Picard Bro’s and Djemba Djemba.


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