Album Review: At The Drive In – in.ter.a.li.a

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At The Drive In has a history of surfacing when rock and roll needs them most. At a time when boy bands and and teen pop largely ruled over popular music, 2000’s Relationship of Command helped usher in a new wave of interesting, innovative rock and roll into the mainstream. Much like Nevermind nearly a decade prior, Relationship was one of a small handful …

Dune Messiah – The Iron Oak

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My first encounter with Copenhagen’s Dune Messiah was this April on a gig in Germany’s Bischofswerda. Prior to that I’ve only heard the name as friends from France have been sharing some of their music, but I honestly never properly gave them a chance online. Knowing we were about to share the same bill on the above mentioned gig I patiently …

The The debut first new single in 15 years, “We Can’t Stop What’s Coming”, featuring Johnny Marr — listen

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One of the highlights of Record Store Day 2017 is English post-punk band The The’s first new single in 15 years, “We Can’t Stop What’s Coming”. A tribute to frontman Matt Johnson’s late brother, the single will be released on 7-inch vinyl and limited to 2,000 copies. Today, Johnson debuted the song on Steve Lamacq’s BBC Radio 6 program. The new track finds Johnson …

Idles – Brutalism

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Band: Idles Album: Brutalism Label: Balley Records Release date: March Sounds like: Getting a medal. Rachel Khoo. Vomiting on art. Loss.   “GET ON YER BIKE SHE SAID! LET THEM EAT CAKE SHE SAID!” Subtlety doesn’t really exist to a band like Idles. Brutalism, their debut album, opens the door before you’ve had time to answer, staggers into your house, …

A Place to Bury Strangers’ Dion Lunadon premieres shredding new solo song “Howl” — listen

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Photo by Ebru Yildiz For the last five or so years, Dion Lunadon has held a full-time job as the bassist for noise-rockers A Place to Bury Strangers. Recently, however, Lunadon has been hit by something of a “creative spasm — a neurotic impulse” to explore music by himself, under his own terms. The result? His very first solo album, due out …

Peter Hook & The Light share complete live recordings of four Joy Division and New Order albums: Stream

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Since forming in 2010, Peter Hook & The Light have brought fans of Hook’s former outfits, Joy Division and New Order, utter delight by delivering full-album performance after full-album performance. He’s fine tuned the presentation so much that some say he’s arguably putting on better concerts than the current incarnation of New Order themselves. This Record Store Day, you’ll be able to bring Hook’s epic …

10 Songs by The Clash That Made Films Better

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Forty years ago this month, the UK edition of The Clash’s debut album dropped like Spanish bombs on the punk rock world. To celebrate, all week long we’ll be lost in a supermarket of exclusive features that remind us why The Clash continue to rock our Casbah and remain the only band that matters. Today, Editor-in-Chief Michael Roffman explains how the band’s …

Danish Post-Punk band The Foreign Resort premiere their new single ‘She Is Lost’

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Following the release of 2015’s ‘The American Dream’ EP, Danish Post-Punk band The Foreign Resort are premiering today their new single She Is Lost ahead of their upcoming 10 date tour of Canada—which commences with a performance in Toronto at the prestigious Canadian Music Week. The track is a sonic whirl of pulsing synths and fervent guitars and vocals. For lead singer Mikkel B. …

WALL send out a call for help on new single “Save Me” — listen

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There’s a strange bit of judgement that comes when we watch someone make what we think is a bad decision. It comes from a caring place, to be sure, but sometimes what seems detrimental from the outside can actually be the completely proper course of action from the inside. That might well be the case in the situation of WALL, …