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Azure Blue New Album Out This Month

Azure Blue is the solo project of Tobias Isaksson. Isaksson has been working for years as a talented songwriter and a colorful profile on the Swedish pop scene. Although his old bands Irene and Laurel Music attracted worldwide recognition he has been enjoying a new start with Azure Blue. The first track I heard from Azure Blue was Catcher In The Rye. A melodic dreamy power-pop song that really caught […]

todayMay 7, 2013 13


Depeche Mode – The Making Of Delta Machine

Delta Machine is Depeche Mode's 13th studio album. It also marks the end of a trilogy of releases with producer Ben Hillier. Hillier's resume includes Blur, The Horrors, Doves, The Editors just to name a few. Delta Machine is getting some great reviews since its March 22nd release. Some critics are calling it their best album to date. Careful now! Let's not forget Black Celebration, Music For The Masses & Violator. Okay, […]

todayApril 27, 2013 110


New Single & Video From Sigur Ros. New Album In June

A little bit of new direction for Iceland's Sigur Ros. A more aggressive one. That might make you die-hard Sigur Ros fans a little nervous. I know I was. Yeah, operative word, "was". After hearing the first two singles and the title track to Kveikur my nervousness evaporated. Not only is the album a bit more aggressive than previous material, there's one less member. Kjartan Sveinsson left Sigur Ros last […]

todayApril 25, 2013 15


LovesLiesCrushing 10th Release Available In May

Ghost Colored Halo is the 10th lovesliescrushing release. Somewhere between My Bloody Valentine and ambient music, the duo of Scott Cortez and Melissa Arpin-Duimstra has been crafting lo-fi dreamscapes since the fall of 1991. For over two decades, they have been sculpting sound designs from an array of vintage stompboxes, guitars, voices and analog 4 track tape machines. Scott and Melissa have not recorded 'together' in over a decade and […]

todayApril 23, 2013 92


Superhumanoids New Single “So Strange”

L.A. trio, Sarah Chernoff, Cameron Parkins and Max St. John of Superhumanoids will be releasing their forthcoming debut,“Exhibitionists” on June 11 from Innovative Leisure. The first single is, "So Strange." Watch a stripped down version of the song filmed in their shed at their home in Eagle Rock, below. Tickets are sold out for their May 24th show here in L.A. but you can check other dates here.

todayApril 23, 2013 32


Tamaryn On Tour Plus A Cover Song With Jorge Elbrecht

Tamaryn, born in New Zealand, raised in San Francisco and now living in New York. Check out this cover of Turning Shrines song "1/4 Circle Black" performed by Jorge Elbrecht and Tamaryn released on Record Store Day 2013.   [soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/87603483" params="color=802483&auto_play=false&show_artwork=true" width=" 100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]

todayApril 23, 2013 6


The Knife New Album “Shaking The Habitual”

It's been seven years since The Knife's Silent Shout. Can you believe it?! Finally The Knife returns! And as a double CD or triple album! Most tracks clock in at between six and nine minutes with "Old Dreams Waiting to Be Realized" burning up over nineteen minutes. Not that i'm complaining cuz I've been waiting... well, seven years for this! Watch the interview below and then buy the album here! […]

todayApril 23, 2013 11


Dead Can Dance In Concert

Dead Can Dance in concert. Get your tickets while you can to see one of my all-time favorite bands! I saw them last year here in L.A. at The Gibson and they put on a gorgeous show! If you don't already have Coachella tickets you're screwed cuz that's been sold-out for months. You can however catch DCD at other dates. Check em' out here...deadcandance.com

todayApril 23, 2013 4