September 22, 2014
Andy Stott - "Violence"
Andy Stott, UK dubstep/electronics wizard, is set to release the follow-up to 2012's fantastic Luxury Problems on November 18th. The new album is called Faith in Strangers and today he has shared a new track called "Violence". It's as dark and sinister as you'd expect. Stream it after the jump.
September 15, 2014
Deafheaven played Music Hall of Williamsburg
Last year, Deafheaven released my favorite guitar driven album of the year. Still riding high on the critically acclaimed Sunbather, the San Francisco metal group stopped by Brooklyn's Music Hall of Williamsburg to unleash their brutally intense show to a crowd of highly adorning fans.
September 9, 2014
Death from Above 1979 played Rough Trade
It's been nine years and eleven months since Canada's Death from Above 1979 released their first (and until now only) record, the heavy I'm a Woman, You're a Machine, but the long wait is finally over. The super-charged duo rolled into Brooklyn's Rough Trade locked and loaded as they delivered their monstrous riffs and blasted drums beats into one of the band's more intimate shows in quite some time.
September 6, 2014
Mineral played Bowery Ballroom
Bands come and bands go, but these days it seems that bands do come back again. Add another chapter the reunion book because Austin's Mineral are back in full force. For the first time in 17 years, the quartet are bringing their razor sharp hooks back to a devoted crowd.
September 4, 2014
Iceage - "Forever"
Back in July, Iceage released their cow-punk of a new single, "The Lord's Favorite". Today, the band has announced that single will be on their new album Plowing Into the Field of Love.
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