Pitchfork

Thee Oh Sees Announce North American Tour

Thee Oh Sees have announced a tour. They’ll hit the road later this month at Norman Music Festival in Oklahoma and tour Europe through the summer, before wrapping up with a series of North American dates in September.

Loud And Quiet

Mac DeMarco joins Loud and Quiet's Midnight Chats Podcast

Mac DeMarco joins Loud and Quiet’s Midnight Chats Podcast – Episode 25

Noisey

Noisey talks to Chris of Ex-Cult and premieres their new single, "Blurry"

“Memphis punks Ex-Cult are currently in the Euro Zone doing some battering of their own with their charged rock n roll that takes elements of post punk and general argy bargey.”

Flood Magazine

Flood Magazine debuts Boulevards' new single "Wear and Tear"

“Last year’s Groove! was quietly one of the sharpest debuts of the year, offering jams both fresh (the indomitable ‘Got to Go’) and slow (‘Cold Call’) that leaned heavily on vintage funk sounds without coming across as mere pastiche.”

The Observer

Stu Mackenzie of King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard talks with The Observer about touring and upcoming records

“...Of course, yeah. Murder of the Universe itself is three distinct chapters, by far the most narrative-driven thing we’ve ever done, including Eyes Like The Sky, which was a Spaghetti Western, narrative-driven work. This is probably more narrative-driven than that…”

Pitchfork

Pitchfork features King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's announcement of new record Murder of the Universe

“...King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard just dropped their LP Flying Microtonal Banana in February, but the band is already gearing up for their next project. Their forthcoming album Murder of the Universe is out June 23 via ATO…”

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan shares "Murder of the Universe" & "Han-Tyumi" both singles of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizards 2nd record of 2017

“...King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard have shared details of Murder of the Universe, their second album of 2017 — and far from the last if they stay on target. The 21-track concept album is divided into three chapters…”

PopMatters

PopMatters talks to Emmet Kelly about all things The Cairo Gang

“...It’s been such a strange road with the Cairo Gang. I’ve just done so much music with so many different people. The main thing in my life is this project so I really want to see it grow…”

The Fader

The Fader premiers Stonefield's latest track, "Changes"

“...Changes began as a quirky riff that carried over two time signatures. It was a challenge to get our heads around how to make it flow in the context of a song and where we wanted to take it…”

Stereogum

Stereogum features King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's album trailer for upcoming record, "Murder of the Universe"

“...And now, the band has announced plans for the second album in that series. This time, it has the even more excellent title Murder Of The Universe…”

Paste Magazine

Paste Magazine features King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard record announcement for "Murder of the Universe"

“...There’s no single from album number two yet, but there’s an appropriately ominous and trippy video for Murder of the Universe that talks of new worlds replacing old ones and memories being blown up in the mushroom clouds. If everything on the album is as intense as this clip’s one minute, it’ll be one hell of a ride…”

Pitchfork

Pitchfork features Aldous Harding's second single "Imagining My Man" off of forthcoming album

“...Harding’s voice conveys an acute sense of intimacy over a gentle guitar strum and simple, steady piano chords…”

AXS

AXS reviews King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's show at Webster Hall

“The floorboards of Webster Hall nearly felt like they were about to give way as the sold out crowd in the New York City venue jumped and danced in sync with the rhythmic hurricane stirred up by [the] Aussie rock band.”

Pancakes and Whiskey

Pancakes and Whiskey cover King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's Sold Out Show in NYC

“bewitched by the understated stroke of genius that slithers around strings and sticks, sneaking into their psychedelic sound – made the cold trek to Webster Hall with intense excitement.”

Pitchfork

Pitchfork live streams King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's show at Webster Hall

Pitchfork live streams King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s show at Webster Hall

New York Times

Aldous Harding's "Imagining My Man" is featured in New York Times 'Playlist'

”...The placid folk-rock arrangement of “Imagining My Man” holds internalized torment and confusion…”

clrvynt

CLRVNT debuts CFM's new song "Voyeurs"

“Though most know the 27-year-old Moothart through his work on the sidelines, he’s been blazing his own path as of late as the bandleader of California quartet CFM, which just last year dropped off an LP (Still Life of Citrus and Slime) and EP (Homegrown Paranoia).”

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan shares CFM's new single, "Voyeurs"

“...there’s definitely some space in the arrangement of this glammy, catchy pysch-rock number.”

The Spinoff

The Spinoff Music reviews Aldous Harding's single "Imagining My Man"

“...Aldous’ voice shivers sharp as a knife…”

DIY Magazine

DIY announces Aldous Harding's new record 'Party' is out in May

“...After sharing the striking single ‘Horizon,’ New Zealand singer-songwriter Aldous Harding has revealed that her new album ‘Party’ will be out on 19th May…”

Uproxx

UPPROXX features Aldous Harding's single "Imagining My Man"

“...The nuance and husky depth of this song alone suggest her next record will be a breakout…”

Gorilla vs. Bear

Gorilla vs Bear catches Aldous Harding performance at Treefort Fest

“...We were finally #blessed to catch an unforgettable performance by Aldous…”

Stereogum

Stereogum features Aldous Harding's official music video for "Imagining My Man"

“...The New Zealand singer/songwriter Aldous Harding makes inventive, atmospheric music that doesn’t fit neatly into any genre designation…”

Brooklyn Vegan

Brooklyn Vegan features Aldous Harding official music video, "Horizon"

“...Aldous Harding‘s haunting music has become an obsession lately, and it was great to hear that she recently signed to 4AD, a label whose classic sound she fits right into…”

Premier Guitar talks to Meg Duffy of Hand Habits

Premier Guitar

“...with her solo career now in bloom, Meg Duffy has become a bandleader, assembling a group to tour behind
her masterful album Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void).”