Built to Spill's eighth studio album, Untethered Moon, is out today via Warner Bros., and in celebration, the band has churned out a new music video.
Doug Martsch has become a virtually unwavering luminary in indie rock.
Greg Holden has room to show a few flashes of excellence on his new album.
Walk the Moon brought their Talking Is Hard tour to New York City for two consecutive nights, and had some help from Australian indie rockers the Griswolds.
On Nov. 5, Rudd was arrested for attempting to hire somebody to murder two people, and at the time of the arrest, was also in possession of drugs.
Record Store Day has come and gone.
Baio described his upcoming material in a press release as "Bowie and Ferry-influenced pop songs and dumbsmart arena techno."
Neil Young has announced he will release a new album, The Monsanto Years, on June 16.
"This is an important day for everyone who loves radio," said Thor Gjermund Eriksen, head of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.
The B-side of Courtney Barnett's "Kim's Caravan" Record Store Day release is an acoustic cover of John Cale's orchestral track "Close Watch."