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? Listen: Nervous Horizon (Various Artists) - Nervous Horizon Vol. 1 (V/A Compilation)

UK label Nervous Horizon delivers its first compilation series, a club-ready collection of tracks that show influences from many dance styles, all with particular attention to heavy bass and intricate structure between rhythm and melody. Show More Summary

? Listen: Throbbing Chakra - Megabrain Kluster

That moment your third eye connects with the devil and the feeling of a Throbbing Chakra comes bolting down your spine. In a Megabrain Kluster of psyche-crashing multitudes, the seer of evil penetrates where one’s spine meets the skull,...Show More Summary

Premiere: Philippe Petit - “Slowly The Door Creaks Open…”

Compact discs can be as much a crate-dive as any afternoon trawling for colorful grips at Goodwill or for alternative tones at the sudden Ottoman Empire-era souq that appeared in your neighborhood one mid-July weekend. When it comesShow More Summary

The Chills to release first full-length in 19 years via Fire Records

The Chills, the legendary New Zealand purveyors of devastating pop, announced their first full-length album in 19 years. Silver Bullets will come out October 30 via the ultra-cool Fire Records, who also released the band’s The BBC Sessions. Show More Summary

? Listen: Silent Isle - “Conceivable Ways”

he riverwalk challenge was as follows: not to startle when tennis shoegaze began to jog or sprint. not to cough up psychedelic blue-green algae blooms skimming his throat. (cont’d) o let it be his first and last time saying psychedelic...Show More Summary

? Listen: Bryant Canelo - “19 - IMG - 20150407 - WA0018”

The Gist The selfie. At the forefront of our youth. A phone, a camera, a laptop. Culture revolved around vanity. Vain persons with one thing in mind, the self. Background exists but we are the forefront of it. Natural disasters. We are visiting our sick relatives and selfie (the act of taking a selfie) with our coma induced cousin. Show More Summary

Light in the Attic to release anthology on 60s garage psych band The Kitchen Cinq

Devoted to charting the fascinatingly blurry corners of rock & roll history, Light in the Attic has become a reliable source for unsung 70s folk artists (Goldberg, Ray Stinett, Bob Frank) and once-popular-though-long-forgotten psych/beat gems from the 60s (The Free Design, Vagrants, Stephen John Kalinich). Show More Summary

Column: Favorite Mixtapes of July 2015

Favorite Mixtapes of July 2015 by TMT Staff on 07-31-2015 With a daunting cascade of releases spewing out each day from the likes of DatPiff, LiveMixtapes, Bandcamp, and SoundCloud, it can be difficult to keep up with the overbearing yet increasingly vital mixtape game. Show More Summary

Primus, Dinosaur Jr. and The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger played Pier 97 (pics, setlists)

photos by Gretchen Robinette Primus / Dinosaur Jr. / The GOASTT @ Pier 97 How did touring with Dinosaur Jr. come about? I think for the past couple years we have always been on the lookout for better bands and...

tix on sale: Vince Staples, Against Me!, Youth Lagoon, Judas Priest & Mastodon, Eskimeaux, R. Kelly, Charlatans, more

Eskimeaux, who just wrapped up a tour with Mitski and Elvis Depressedly (who just announced a tour with The Front Bottoms) plays NYC again on October 2 at Baby's All Right with Told Slant, Attic Abasement and Real Life...

tix on sale: Robert Plant, Decemberists, How to Dress Well, Small Black, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Tears for Fears & more

Chillwavers Small Black are still at it, with a new album on the way, a new single out now, and a NYC show happening November 21 at Baby's All Right. Tickets go on sale at noon. Tickets to the...

The Front Bottoms detail 'Back On Top' LP, release 3rd single, announce tour, including 2 NYC shows (BV presents)

by Andrew Sacher photo: The Front Bottoms at MHOW in June (more by Mimi Hong) The Front Bottoms already released two singles this year, "West Virginia" and "Cough It Out," and today they're back with a third: "Help." It's not...

Radioactivity and Flesh World played Baby's (videos); Total Control begin NYC run tonight

by Andrew Sacher Radioactivity at Baby's All Right - 7/30/15 (photo via) Radioactivity brought their tour to NYC last night (7/30) at Baby's All Right in support of this year's great Silent Kill. They did basically everything you want out...

Miguel, The Weeknd & more to appear on Disclosure's new LP

We already knew some of the collaborators on Disclosure's upcoming sophomore album, Caracal (due 9/25 via PMR/Island), and now they've revealed the full list, including some big names. Miguel, The Weeknd, Lorde and past collaborator Sam Smith are among...

Azealia Banks cancels tour, says her tourmate is "unavailable"

photo: Azealia Banks at Coachella 2015 (more by Samantha Saturday) Azealia Banks isn't exactly the most frequent live performer, and just as she was set to go on her first lengthy tour, it's been cancelled. She says the reason is...

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U2 @ Madison Square Garden 7/30/2015 The Miracle (of Joey Ramone) / The Electric Co. / Vertigo / I Will Follow / Iris (Hold Me Close) / Cedarwood Road / Song for Someone / Sunday Bloody Sunday / Raised by Wolves / Until the End of the World / [The Fly intermission] / Invisible / […]

Teklife to Launch Label With Compilation Featuring DJ Rashad, DJ Spinn, DJ Earl, More

Footwork crew Teklife will launch their own label with a 15-track compilation this November, Fact reports. In a statement released via the Teklife mailing list, they announced "a compilation of 15 trax including DJ Rashad - DJ SpinnShow More Summary

Lauryn Hill Performs Nina Simone Cover "Feeling Good" on "The Tonight Show"

Photo by Douglas Gorenstein/NBC Lauryn Hill was a musical guest on tonight's episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", performing her Nina Simone cover "Feeling Good", from the tribute album Nina Revisited: A Tribute To Nina Simone. Watch the performance below. 

David Bowie Shares Unreleased "All the Madmen" Single Edit

David Bowie has shared the unreleaed single edit for "All the Madmen", which appears on the forthcoming Five Years 1969-1973 box set. "All the Madmen" originally appeared on 1970's The Man Who Sold the World LP, but the mono single edit was never released. Show More Summary

Mark Ronson, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, and Kirin J. Callinan Cover Queens of the Stone Age's "I Sat By The Ocean"

Mark Ronson was recently a guest on Triple J's "Like A Version" series, and he had Tame Impala's Kevin Parker and Kirin J. Callinan back him up. Together, the trio did a cover of the Queens of the Stone Age track "I Sat By The Ocean", with Miike Snow singer Andrew Wyatt on lead vocals. Show More Summary

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