What qualifies Nelson Nuñez and Jonny Molina -- a couple of NYC dudes who met four years ago at a recording studio and have since been bashing out totally boss garage-punk jams -- to sing about valley girls, those famously vapid mall-dwelling pariahs of Southern California?
Daft Punk have finally released their new single 'Get Lucky,' featuring uber producer Pharrell Williams on vocals and guitarist Nile Rodgers. The song is the lead track from 'Random Access Memories,' due out May 21. After a serious dose of hype and "are they or aren't they?" leaks, the final product is upon us.
Chris Hess and Adam Winn's catalog cascades in and out of genres, diving and dipping into indie rock and dance lows and climbing psychedelic rock peaks while maintaining the overall feel of a humble folk group.
'After You,' the dance groove that brought together British rockers Pulp and former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, who served as producer, finally will be released in physical form on Saturday (April 20) for Record Store Day, and the 12-inch single will feature on the flip side an eight-minute remix from Soulwax.
Stephen Hermann has at least one thing in common with Kurt Cobain, and that thing is a fondness for the Cannanes. Cobain wrote about the Aussie indie-pop duo in his journals, and Hermann has twice worked with the group, producing their most recent full-length in 2002 and returning for the 'Small Batch' EP, released earlier this year.
Surfer Blood have announced a June 11 release date for ‘Pythons,’ the follow-up to their critically lauded 2010 debut, ‘Astro Coast.' The West Palm Beach, Fla.-based indie rockers also have followed up ‘Weird Shapes,' a 'Pythons' track they unleashed in January, with 'Demon Dance,' another track that we expect will appear on the disc.
The Mohawk Lodge’s take on punk isn't one you'd expect from the genre, though today's free MP3 has been called their rawest and most visceral effort.