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Lauryn Hill Is Playing More Shows

Lauryn Hill Is Playing More Shows

March 11, 2011, By

Lauryn Hill—almost universally loved on-record and loved/hated in equal parts live—has announced a new string of tour dates starting next week. While …

TV On The Radio Brings “Caffeinated Consciousness”

TV On The Radio Brings “Caffeinated Consciousness”

March 11, 2011, By

Leading up to the release of its fourth studio album, Nine Types Of Light, the Brooklyn-based experimental indie-rock band TV On The Radio is giving …

CMJ 2011 Film Festival Submissions Open Now

CMJ 2011 Film Festival Submissions Open Now

March 10, 2011

A lot of good things take time. This is part of our reasoning for opening submissions now for this year’s CMJ Film Festival, which, …

Terrorbird Expands To Publishing

Terrorbird Expands To Publishing

March 10, 2011, By

The team at Terrorbird Media is expanding its business to include publishing for its artists through Terrorbird Publishing. This sector of the business will take …

Surf City Embarks On First North American Tour

Surf City Embarks On First North American Tour

March 10, 2011, By

New Zealand-based four-piece Surf City will set out on its first North American tour this year, kicking it off with a date at Austin’s …

New Arctic Monkeys Album Can ‘Suck It’

New Arctic Monkeys Album Can ‘Suck It’

March 10, 2011, By

Arctic Monkeys has just announced details for its fourth LP, Suck It And See, scheduled for release June 7 on Domino. The news follows up the …

Sims Releases New Video for “One Dimensional Man”

Sims Releases New Video for “One Dimensional Man”

March 10, 2011, By

Minneapolis-based MC and founding member of Doomtree, Sims, has premiered the video for “One Dimensional Man.” The track is from his recently released sophomore effort, …

Cass McCombs Announces Album, SXSW And U.S. Tour Dates

Cass McCombs Announces Album, SXSW And U.S. Tour Dates

March 10, 2011, By

Northern California-based guitarist and songwriter Cass McCombs is on the road again, a theme that finds its way into the essence of this artist’s …

Video Premiere: Upsidedown Gives Us “Something Good”

Video Premiere: Upsidedown Gives Us “Something Good”

March 9, 2011, By

Portland-based psych-rock band the Upsidedown plans to release its new EP, Something Good, March 17 on Reverb Records. But to tide you over, the group has …

!llmind Announces First Solo Album And Remix Contest

!llmind Announces First Solo Album And Remix Contest

March 9, 2011, By

New Jersey-based beat-master !llmind has announced the release of his first solo album, Beh!nd The Curta!n, slated for April 21 on Nature Sounds. The …

Frank Ocean Of Odd Future Releases Mixtape For Free

Frank Ocean Of Odd Future Releases Mixtape For Free

March 9, 2011, By

Frank Ocean, the Odd Future-connected R&B singer, has released his mixtape, Nostalgia, Ultra, online for free download. Ocean released the mixtape after stating that …

The Meatmen Polish Confetti Gun, Ready Spring Tour

The Meatmen Polish Confetti Gun, Ready Spring Tour

March 8, 2011, By

Don’t call it a comeback, because Tesco Vee may slap you if you do. Vee’s legendary ‘80s hardcore punk outfit, The Meatmen, is …

Man Man Celebrates The “Life Fantastic”

Man Man Celebrates The “Life Fantastic”

March 8, 2011, By

Theatrical vaudeville rock act Man Man will release its newest album Life Fantastic (Anti-) this spring, amidst a North American tour that begins at SXSW. …

Spiritualized Signs To Fat Possum, New Album In Fall

Spiritualized Signs To Fat Possum, New Album In Fall

March 8, 2011, By

London-based experimental group Spiritualized has signed to Fat Possum to release its seventh full-length album in fall 2011. This album will be the group’s first …

Yuck Frontman Releases Album To “Forget”

Yuck Frontman Releases Album To “Forget”

March 8, 2011, By

Daniel Blumberg, frontman of London outfit Yuck, will release his debut LP in June through his new project, Oupa. Forget, a collection of seven piano-based …