“I Lost You” is the 1st track off APTBS’ new ep Onwards To The Wall which drops tomorrow.
I’m surprised this isn’t circulating more than it is. Not necessarily due to how amazing it is, rather that it’s just happening. As soon as Surfer Blood exploded onto the scene, every critic and their mother has been tossing coins to see if this band just got lucky or were actually as good as they were. Well, they’re hatching a new EP called Tarot Classics and I’m sure some bets are about to be won…
4. Drinking Problem
Your kid would be 5 now if it was born when The Strokes made their last album.
Their new album Angles will be available in stores on March 22.
For now, you can download their single “Under Cover of Darkness” for free within the next 48 hours. Go Here!!
The Fleet Foxes are back with a new album set to be released May 3rd. In the meantime, they’re keeping the hounds at bay by generously flinging out a free track into the light.
Also, a list of upcoming tour dates is up with the following:
“Come back tomorrow, Tuesday the 1st at 9am PST, if you’d like to take part in the limited ticket pre-sale for any of the North American shows listed below. You’ll also be able to pre-order the new album along with your ticket if you want to. Thanks!”
by way of A.V. Club and much thanks to Adam Cohen for having his ear to the ground. This is news.
By Sean O’Neal January 26, 2011
Neutral Milk Hotel’s shy, retiring flower Jeff Mangum has poked his delicate tendrils out of the soil a few times of late, though they’ve almost always been at places you had to know someone who knows someone to hear about it. But this time it’s right out there in the open: Mangum will be the “very special guest” on the first day of the Portishead/All Tomorrow’s Parties-curated festival I’ll Be Your Mirror, which takes place at New Jersey’s Asbury Park from Sept. 30 to Oct. 2. Get him! Get him!
Of course, it wouldn’t be a Jeff Mangum show without some caveats: According to the rules this year, only those who purchase three-day passes (and really believe) can see Mangum play that Friday, but the good news is that Portishead will also headline both of the other nights, presumably warming up for its promised split-headlining tour with Arcade Fire later this year. And the other performers booked so far include Shellac, Chavez, The Album Leaf, and Cults, with more to come—so it’s not like you’d be wasting your money. Alternately, you could skip the festival entirely and see Mangum play that Monday, Oct. 3, at the Paramount Theatre for just $35, provided you can get a ticket when they go on sale this Friday. And yes, the press release promises that Mangum will perform Neutral Milk Hotel songs—most likely similar to that surprise set he played back in December. Baby steps into the world, baby steps.