The High Decibels old-school rock-flavored hip-hop makes you want to party, so it's fitting this video is all about crowds going wild. Suffice to say, Duke Johnson and Chief, decked out in suits, boutonnieres, and hankies, rap and dance over their bouncy beats and electric guitars, and the crowd is loving every second of it. Some good, light-hearted fun to start the week off. Read more »
Solving climate change sounds like an overwhelming task. What difference can one person make when so much damage to the environment has already been done and huge nations and corporations continue to pollute? The answer for one artistically motivated group is to put your soul on ice–preferably a glacier.
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With their third record, Eyes at Half Mast, due out this week, Kevin O'Connor and Lisa Molinaro, otherwise known as the force behind instrumental pop outfit Talkdemonic, will hit the road just after the album's release. The tour kicks off in the band's hometown, before traveling through a handful of U.S. cities. In the meantime, check the first MP3 off the new album here.
Eyes at Half Mast
01 Leaving Light
02 Ending the Orange Glow
03 Duality of Deathening
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Having recently released their chaotic, multi-layered album, Villainaire, Seattelite art-pop band The Dead Science will go on tour at the end of this month. The charming trio will pass through heartland America and Canada on their way east, stopping to play with likes of experimental indie-rockers Volcano! Read more »
Kevin Martin, a.k.a. The Bug, has tacked several more dates onto his previously mentioned tour. He'll be showcasing his new album, London Zoo in North American cities through mid-December. Ghislain Poirier and his trusty sidekick, MC Zulu, will join Martin for one for one of the dates, then it's on to several shows with Nine Inch Nails.
09/12 Glasgow, Scotland: Glasgow School of Art
09/19 Nelson, British Columbia: TBA
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Crystal Castles' "Knights" has been out for a minute, but we didn't consider it a doom and gloom kind of track until we saw this video. Besides a couple of creepy blond kids, it features this rather menacing dude in glasses who comes into contact with a masked figure, which he beats with a metal pipe. The whole thing seems to unfold in slow motion. Creepy. Read more »
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