Last night in Chicago, Ty Segall surprised audiences with a tribute to David Bowie featuring covers of “Ziggy Stardust,” “Suffragette City,” and “Queen Bitch.” Watch fan shot video of his ode to the Thin White Duke below. [Consequence of Sound]
NYC duo Cibo Matto share a trippy new video today for the track “Deja Vu,” off their comeback album, Hotel Valentine, released earlier this year. The mostly-monochromatic clip was directed by Jean Claude Billmaier, and was filmed using an Xbox Kinect camera. Check it out below, and check out their KEXP session from March. [Pitchfork]
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, founding members Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson reveal a new album from The Replacements is a strong possibility. The article notes, Westerberg “has plenty of songs in the hopper,” including the aptly-titled track “Are You in It for the Money?” and one titled “Dead Guitar Player” that WesterbergRead more...
Brooklyn band The Antlers share a new video today for the track “Refuge” off their most recent release, Familiars. Produced by Morgan Beringer, the video is just as dreamy as the song. Watch it below, and watch their KEXP in-studio session here. [Pitchfork]
The Stroke’s frontman Julian Casabanca‘s new album, Tyranny, is now available to stream in its entirety. This is the first album with Casabanca’s backing band The Voidz, and they’ve described their new material as “an in-between area in music that hasn’t been explored.” Listen, below. [CoS]
Alt-J‘s sophomore effort, This Is All Yours, doesn’t arrive in stores until September 23rd, but the highly anticipated album is now available for streaming at iTunes Radio. Following the departure of bassist Gwil Sainsbury earlier this year, This Is All Yours is the group’s first album as a trio, and includes the singles “Left HandRead more...
Folk songstress Angel Olsen will release a deluxe edition of her successful album Burn Your Fire for No Witness on November 18. Today she has shared “All Right Now,” one of the album’s five new bonus track. You can also check out her self-directed video for “High and Wild,” below. [Pitchfork]
Many have responded to the emotional strength of the new Strand Of Oaks’ album Heal, and now frontman Tim Showalter turns his attention to a song that holds emotional resonance for him. Stream his cover of The National‘s “Pink Rabbits” below, a song he tells Magnet Magazine, “saved me and destroyed me simultaneously.” [Stereogum]
Jack White looks very dapper and mysterious in his video for Lazaretto track “Would You Fight For My Love.” Directed by Robert Hales, the video was filmed at Denver’s Oxford Hotel, and according to a press release, “conceived and created within 24 hours.” Now that’s impressive. [Pitchfork]