This week: reviews of new albums from Comet Gain, Elbow, Allah-Las, The Hecks and Lindstrøm, plus reissues from The Wedding Present, and a damn fine compilation from Tim Burgess (Charlatans) and Bob Stanley (Saint Etienne).
Our August 2019 playlist includes songs by Lana Del Rey, Big Thief, Tool, Pusha T, Ty Segall, The 1975, Ride, Joan Shelley, New Pornographers, Sleater-Kinney, Boris, Rapsody, Tyler Childers, Kim Gordon and more.
This week: news of Comet Gain's first album in five years, a new compilation from '90s cult Glasgow band The Yummy Fur, plus Monster Rally, reissues of records by The Boo Radleys and Haircut 100, and Australia's EXEK.
This week: the return of Comet Gain and Amusement Parks on Fire, plus more Stereolab vinyl reissues, Spray Paint meet The Rebel, new Welsh band Adwaith, and Davey Woodward (The Brilliant Corners, Experimental Pop Band).
This week: Swervedriver's best and least heard album gets a much-deserved reissue; plus Anna Calvi, new Slumberland band Peel Dream Magazine; Chilean psych duo The Holydrug Couple; UK indiepop megagroup THe Fortuna Pop All-Stars, and more.
This week in the Basement: a live album from Uranium Club, reissues of Scott "Spiral Stairs" Kannberg's post-Pavement records with Preston School of Industry, new music from Brooklyn bands Pale Lights and Air Waves, and Field Music cohorts SLUG.
Here's the second part of the NYC Popfest 2012 preview. For info on tonight's show at Knitting Factory can read part one here.
SATURDAY, MAY 19
There's a free show at Spike Hill with Sweden's rough-and-tumble Lisa Bouvier, the gentle sounds of Philippine band Outerhope (who also play The Rock Shop on Monday ) plus Pale Lights (featuring Comet Gain's Phil Sutcliffe and Andy from Crystal Stilts) and Brooklyn up-and-comers Habibi...
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