Billions is seeking a part-time intern to work from the Chicago office. This intern will work with the office administrator to produce and maintain content for our website and help maintain our presence on social networks. The intern will assist in writing content for our website based on research from music blogs and other publications. This will require a basic working knowledge of HTML and comfort working with FTP clients and image editing software. We strive for a professional tone in all of our online content and the candidate will be expected to adhere to strict posting guidelines. The intern will also assist with ticket counts and organizational projects.
The New Pornographers released a new track, “Whiteout Conditions.” Consequence of Sound writes that the song “charges forward on shimmering guitars and synths, an invigorating thrust to pull the listener out of the haze of modern reality.” This track, along with the previously released track “High Ticket Attractions,” will appear on their upcoming album, Whiteout Conditions, due out April 7 via Collected Works. Listen to the track below and see The New Pornographers on tour.
Future Islands released a video for the track “Cave.” The video features Jonathon Lamberton, the sign language interpreter of New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio. The song is featured on their upcoming album, The Far Field, due out April 7 via 4AD. Watch the video below and see Future Islands on tour.
Land of Talk released a new track, “This Time.” Stereogum calls it “a slowly intensifying sequence that shimmers and sighs with nervous tension and openhearted beauty.” The track appears on their forthcoming album, Life After Youth, due out May 19 via Saddle Creek. Listen to the track below and see Land of Talk on tour.
Kevin Morby released a new track, “Come To Me Now.” NPR Music describes the song as “moody and transfixing.” The track appears on Kevin Morby’s upcoming album, City Music, due out June 16 via Dead Oceans. Listen to the track below and see Kevin Morby on tour.
Jason Isbell released a new track “Hope The High Road.” American Songwriter describes the track as “a resilient display of no-nonsense rock and roll.” The track appears on their upcoming album, The Nashville Sound, due out June 16 via Southeastern Records. Listen to the track below and see Jason Isbell on tour.
Hoops premiered a video for the song “On Top” via Gorilla vs. Bear. The accompanying article praised it for being “gently warped and sweetly inspirational.” The song, along with the previously released track “Rules,” appears on their upcoming album, Routines, due out May 5th via Fat Possum. Watch the video below and see Hoops on tour.