August Alsina is the life of the party in the music video for his new single “Numb,” featuring B.O.B. and Yo Gotti. The video shows the trio as they party it up with plenty of liquor flowing and a number of beautiful women strutting around wearing nothing but lingerie. And there’s plenty of confetti, balloons [...]
And as 2013 comes to a satisfying end, Chaz & Alex begs listeners to continue their venturing ears on a journey that could potentially be never ending. “More” got that footwork baby soul, digital punk-tude, and distant haze synth that just beckons all to the shores of 2014. Show More Summary
Josh Tillman, also known as Father John Misty, just wrote an original score to The History of Caves, a short film directed by his wife, Emma Tillman. All the songs, […] Related posts: Raf Riley – Dog Unit EP [Album Review] Friday Classic Album Review: Underworld – Everything, Everything Tyler, The Creator – Wolf [Album Review]
Time to play D.C. punk family tree: Before she led Helium or traded guitar solos with Carrie Brownstein in Wild Flag, Mary Timony was a member of the short-lived, badass Dischord band Autoclave. Christina Billotte, Timony’s Autoclave bandmate, went on to form Slant 6, who, for a few mid-’90s minutes, were absolutely the coolest band [...]
Glam revivalists the Darkness blessed us all roughly a decade ago with “I Believe In A Thing Called Love,” before coming to an end in 2006. But in the last few years they’ve been building up momentum after a reformation. This new single “The Horn” shows they haven’t lost any of their goofy charm as [...]
by Simon Chandler • December 2013 Everyone’s 2013 was different. Yes, this would appear to be an incredibly obvious statement to make, but it’s not meant as a patronizing allusion to subjectivity and the tendency of individuals to perceive the same object divergently. Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: The Peach Kings, The Black Keys, The Lumineers, Tara Fox Song: Southern - World Don't Shine [download here] What's so good? Belfast-born, Liverpool-based Southern are the new kids on theShow More Summary
He may have been the runner-up on one of the weakest seasons of Survivor (finishing second to his strategic powerhouse), but Chase Rice has beaten tough competition from the likes of Jason Aldean's "1994," Parmalee's "Carolina," Ashton...Show More Summary
KYLE JOHNSON MORGAN HENDERSON Plays well with others. During the creation of the Cave Singers' fourth album, Naomi, they added bass player, multi-instrumentalist, and Seattle nice guy Morgan Henderson to their assemblage. He's a highly...Show More Summary
Remix also features ASAP Rocky and Pusha T.
On The Boards is hosting an Instagram Dance Film Contest for 15 Second Dance Films. How to submit: Record your own dance film and tag the film with #otbdancefilmcontest13 on Instagram to be automatically entered. Here is an example of...Show More Summary
The night Santa's gifts went crazy.
If America making its annual descent into consumerism-inspired madness wasn’t enough to depress the hell out of you today, there’s this: Ian Watkins, lead singer of Lostprophets — a Welsh emo band probably best known for the songs “Rooftops” and “Last Train Home” — has pleaded guilty to a host of pedophilia-related crimes, including the attempted rape of a baby.
Rising singer-songwriter reworks her former tour mate.
Since its August inception, Twin Shadow’s UNDER THE CVRS video series has become a tour de force of pre-2000s tributes, including homages to hard-hitters like 10cc, Bruce Springsteen, Tori Amos and Lou Reed. For the fifth installment of the series, George Lewis Jr. has upped the ante by choosing to tackle U2’s legendary 1987 power ballad “With Or Without [...]
Last month, indie falsetto traveler Active Child attempted to go kinda-pop on his Rapor EP, and it wasn’t his best work. Today, after messing around in Ableton and going on a bit of a nostalgia trip, Active Child has used the instrumental from “Until The End Of Time,” the posthumous 2Pac song that samples Mr. [...]
Shane MeadowsI didn’t respond terribly enthusiastically when The Stone Roses announced their equally inevitable and improbable reunion in October 2011, my fixation on their reputation as a patchy live band and general cynicism about its prospects of lasting long enough to come to North America overriding any fanboy enthusiasm about maybe getting to see the […]
Garage rock favorites return with diverse collection of rarities, b-sides and live tracks.
(Havana) If you're looking to warm up and shimmy those November blues away, may I recommend the hallowed "Sophisticated Mama" night at Havana? DJs Sad Bastard and Nitty Gritty have been throwing down the funkiest, grooviest soul and R&B from the '60s and '70s every Thursday for the last few years and seem constitutionally incapable of disappointing. Show More Summary
After a few years of silence, the Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp are back. They recently shared the new track “Something In My Heart” featuring a heartfelt collaboration of their familiar slowly pulsing synths mixed together with vocals from Jamie McDermott, of London-based orchestral pop ensemble the Irrepressibles. The graceful track is a B-side to the […]