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WATCH: Surf Curse Announces “Heaven Surrounds You” with “Disco” Video

The LA-based surf rock duo will return with their third album, to be released September 13 via Danger Collective Records.

WATCH: Jay Som Announces Second Album with “Superbike” Video

The LA-based songwriter returns from Joshua Tree with her second LP, “Anak Ko.”

Palehound Tease New Music with the Blunt, Cathartic “Killer”

Along with the announcement of supporting dates for Cherry Glazerr, the Boston indie trio return with a timely single.

David Nance Group, “Peaced and Slightly Pulverized”

Hair-raising, skin-crawlingly good stuff, if you’re into jammin’ on the one, passin’ the pipe, or just rocking back and forth in a violent trance. 

PREMIERE: Peter Bjorn and John Struggle with Separation on “Wrapped Around the Axle”

Their latest single precedes their eighth record, Darker Days, due out next week.

A Eulogy for Ultimate Painting, One of Indie Rock’s Most Underappreciated Talents

The London duo should’ve become an institution. But with their final album supposedly scrapped, they’re at risk of becoming a footnote.

No Age, “Snares Like a Haircut”

No Age’s “Snares Like a Haircut” is a record that offers some kind of solace while also invoking the unnerving and disquieting times we live in.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, “Wrong Creatures”

“Wrong Creatures” doesn’t have the fixation of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s best moments, yet it doesn’t come across as blurrily unmoored either.

Allah-Las on Making Cover Songs Their Own, and the Sacred Songs That Nobody Should Cover

Before peeling off to Joshua Tree to play at Desert Daze, Pedrum Siadatian talks the art of making covers.

PREMIERE: Cut Worms Pays Tribute to Lou Reed on “Song of the Highest Tower”

Max Clarke teases his debut EP as Cut Worms.

The Black Angels, “Death Song”

Billionaires in the White House? Come Armageddon, come.

Tim Darcy, “Saturday Night”

On his solo debut, the Ought frontman embarks on his own personal exploration of sounds and genres, ideas and influences.

Cate Le Bon, “Rock Pool” [EP]

Le Bon’s music lives in an alternate universe—one that’s nearly identical to ours, but laden with a persistent feeling of anxiety.

PREMIERE: Forget What You’ve Heard, Chicano Batman Says “Freedom is Free”

“Throughout our history the state has presented the rationale that freedom is not free…. This song is an anti-thesis to that ideological fallacy.”

Flo Morrissey & Matthew E. White, “Gentlewoman, Ruby Man”

On their covers LP, Morrissey & White stand shoulder to shoulder with classics from Sinatra & Hazlewood and Sonny & Cher.

PREMIERE: The Dig Let Down Their “Jet Black Hair”

The New York quartet’s new album Bloodshot Tokyo is out February 3.

PREMIERE: Ultimate Painting Serenades with a Live Version of “Song for Brian Jones,” Rest His Soul, in Pickathon’s Slab Sessions

The special session was recorded for the Oregon festival’s latest shebang, with the band touring in support of their excellent new LP, “Dusk.”

Breaking: Elsa Hansen

This isn’t your grandmother’s cross-stitching. Unless your grandmother has a thing for Paul Thomas Anderson and has sold work to Ai Weiwei.

PLAYLIST: With Help From Steely Dan, Parliament, and John Cale, Savoy Motel Take ’er Easy

The Nashville post-punks share the influences behind their self-titled debut.

Ultimate Painting, “Dusk”

The UK duo’s third album in as many years finds them pushing the boundaries of their sound.

PREMIERE: The Warlocks Are Good Dogs in the Video for “Lonesome Bulldog”

The psych stalwarts’s seventh album, “Songs From the Pale Eclipse,” is out September 2 via Cleopatra Records.

Tomorrow Today: An Indirectly Direct History of The Feelies

Forty years since meeting—and thirty-six years since delivering an all-timer in “Crazy Rhythms”—Glenn Mercer and Bill Million remain one of indie rock’s great duos. Ahead of their upcoming sixth Feelies LP, the two New Jerseyans take a look back at their idiosyncratic discography, piece by piece.

Allah-Las Quietly Assert Their Will with “Famous Phone Figure” Video

From the group’s upcoming “Calico Review.”

Into the Wild: Steve Gunn on the Road Much Traveled

The New York guitar wizard cut his teeth playing with everyone from Kurt Vile to bluegrass traditionalists The Black Twig Pickers to the droning GHQ. Ahead of the release of his first album for Matador, he tells us how he got here.

Brian Eno, “The Ship”

Vessels have long served as a reference point in the works of Brian Eno. But on his new ambient album, “The Ship,” he evokes one of the most symbolically loaded boats in history: the “Titanic.”

Parquet Courts, “Human Performance”

Parquet Courts possess a unique skill: making each of their albums sound as if it was their first.

Brian Eno Announces “The Ship,” An Album and “Musical Novel”

“This album is a succession of interleaved stories. Some of them I know, some of them I’m discovering now in the making of them.”

Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks

Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of February 16–19, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.

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