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Kentucky-bred band Cage the Elephant released their fourth album, Tell Me I’m Pretty, this December. Watch them perform “Trouble” on KCRW – Los Angeles below.
NYC indie pop five-piece Lucius has a new album coming out called Good Grief. The band performed songs from it live on World Cafe. Watch “Born Again Teen” below. Continue reading →
Every once in a while you accidentally stumble on late night television performance that blows you away. This was my case last night watching Stephen Colbert’s Late Show last night when Anderson .Paak showed up on the screen.
The California-based R&B singer began with “Silicon Valley”: a jazzy “To Pimp A Butterfly”-influenced track adorned with electric guitars and smooth synths. After transitioning to the funky “The Season/Carry Me”, the performance really exploded once Paak got behind the drum kit to spit some bars and bust out a solo showing how multi-talented he really is. Continue reading →
Martello will be joined by members of Cayetana and Three Man Cannon as her backing band to perform a song from her self-titled album that came out last year. The session will be done at Miner Street Recording. For folks who are used to seeing Martello play solo with her electric guitar, this will be a unique experience of seeing her work with a band. Continue reading →
The video portrays Harrowgrove (C.J. Davis) and his journey from waking up in the middle of the woods to stealing a car at a nearby gas station. It creates a mess of confusion which eventually leads Davis down a dark path. Continue reading →
In ancient times, Athens was the pinnacle of Greek society. Athens, Georgia, on the other hand, didn’t have much going on. Fast-forward two-thousand years, and things have change. Having produced a number of influential acts including R.E.M. and Neutral Milk Hotel, Athens has become its own pinnacle of the indie rock world.
Mothers are looking to add their name to the list of excellent bands from Athens, and with their new track and music video, “There’s No Crying in Baseball,” they’re off to a good start. Continue reading →
Power Animal‘s Keith Hampson has announced a new strain of work called Prayer Circles. Branching away from the electronic pop of the former moniker and into a more experimental realm of tech-based sound, the Philadelphia musician debuted his new project this week with a video for “Swollen Larynx of Highway from Window.”