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Video: Avers – “The Only One”

Video: Avers – “The Only One”

Avers premiered a new video for the track, “The Only One,” which appears on their debut album, Empty Light. The video features the band swimming, drinking, and driving around in golf carts. Watch the video for “The Only One” below and see Avers live.

October 16, 2014 Read more
The New Pornographers to Play Conan Tonight

The New Pornographers to Play Conan Tonight

The New Pornographers will be tonight’s musical guests on ConanThe band will be performing a song from their latest album, Brill Bruisers, out now via Matador. Conan airs on TBS at 11:00 ET/10:00 CT. Tune in tonight and see The New Pornographers on tour.

October 16, 2014 Read more
Video: The Staves – “Blood I Bled”

Video: The Staves – “Blood I Bled”

The Staves premiered a new video for the track, “Blood I Bled.” The video depicts life and love in India. The song will appear on the forthcoming EP of the same name, out October 28th via Atlantic. Watch the video for “Blood I Bled” below.

October 16, 2014 Read more
Video: Bonnie Prince Billy – “Quail and Dumplings”

Video: Bonnie Prince Billy – “Quail and Dumplings”

Bonnie Prince Billy premiered a new video for the track, “Quail and Dumplings.” The video features the shifting perspectives of two people during a day at a water park. The song appears on the album, Singer’s Grave A Sea Of Tongues, out now via Drag City. Watch the video for “Quail and Dumplings” below and catch Bonnie Prince Billy on tour.

October 15, 2014 Read more
Video: Yellerkin – “Tools”

Video: Yellerkin – “Tools”

Yellerkin premiered a new video for the track, “Tools,” via Noisey. The video features the duo dancing, practicing yoga, and building camp fires in the middle of the night. Watch the video for “Tools” below, and see Yellerkin live at CMJ.

October 14, 2014 Read more
Billions Welcomes NE-HI

Billions Welcomes NE-HI

Billions would like to proudly announce the latest addition to our roster, NE-HI. Formed to score a friend’s film in the summer of 2013, the foursome—made up of Alex Otake, James Weir, Jason Balla and Mikey Wells—recognized the electricity between the members and chose to continue as a band. NE-HI makes music that is both raw and relaxed, rough and humble.

October 14, 2014 Read more
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