Placebo announce a new album and tour. LOUD LIKE LOVE goes on pre-sale 5/31/13 and will be released on 9/16/13. The album will be available in four options: 3D Lenticular Super Deluxe Box Set Limited Edition Deluxe Digi-Pack Version Double 12″ Coloured Vinyl Gatefold Edition Standard CD Album Further details can be found here.
Recently (5/8/13) one of our new favorite artists WAX IDOLS performed live in studio for WMFU and you can hear it here in full. Wax idols start at about half way through the show at around 1:29. Enjoy!
No Joy Wait to Pleasure Mexican Summer No Joy released its second studio album Wait to Pleasure late April, 2013. The doomgazing noisepop trio Jasamine White-Gluz, Laura Lloyd and Garland Hastings have been melting faces and drowning ears since the release of their 2010 introduction Ghost Blonde, a visceral homage to shoegaze of the [...]
We think one of the truly underrated shoegaze bands of the 90′s.
Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle Perils From The Sea Caldo Verde Records A MAN WALKS INTO A BAR…..and meets his match. ok, full disclosure? mark kozelek wrote my favorite song of all-time. “song for a blue guitar.” as performed by his almighty Red House Painters. that’s a high bar. never is a long time, [...]
Yesterday REVOLVER posted the full stream of the new Skinny Puppy record WEAPON. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Spotlight Kid’s Budge Up set to footage from Oceania by Harry Dehal. Not suitable for children or work!
Implodes Recurring Dream Kranky Layers upon layers, wave upon wave, and all of the glorious fuzz you can imagine. Chicago’s Implodes and their latest full-length release appropriately titled Recurring Dream carry heavy tunes and dense vibes through that notorious celestial evergreen forest we all keep dreaming about. These songs will leave you either speechless, [...]
Still Corners Strange Pleasures Sub Pop Still Corners veers away from the 60’s-drenched, Morricone tinged pop of their last record to a more updated sound (think Hooverphonic and Beach House) and ditches two members along the way. They are now down to the duo of singer Tessa Murray and multi-instrumentalist Greg Hughes, but barely [...]
Deerhunter Monomania 4AD While still in the early stages of writing Monomania, Bradford Cox was quoted as describing a recurring lyrical theme resembling an “american narrative”. “I think our next record is going to be our early ’50s one.” Cox has additionally cited influences for the album ranging from The Ramones to Bo Diddley. [...]