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In Mind

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On In Mind, the fourth full-length record from Real Estate, the band fine-tunes the winsome songwriting and profound earnestness that made previous albums—2009’s Real Estate, ...View 'In Mind'?

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Dirty Projectors

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Dirty Projectors announce their long-awaited 7th LP. The new album does everything we want and expect from Dirty Projectors — but in a way we never ...View 'Dirty Projectors'?

 
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JOB ALERT - PRODUCTION AND SALES COORDINATOR

05/23/17

Domino Recording Company is seeking a full time, Production and Sales Coordinator based in our Brooklyn, NY office. This position reports to the Director of Distribution and Production. We are seeking an individual who has great interpersonal skills, is a self-starter and has the ability to work in an open and creative group environment. The Production and Sales Coordinator position is responsible for the assisting the Director of Distribution and Production with all production and sales... Read more?

THE KILLS ANNOUNCE ECHO HOME - NON-ELECTRIC EP IN CELEBRATION OF 15TH ANNIVERSARY

The Kills | 05/24/17

Echo Home – Non-Electric EP will feature audio from a stripped down session the band captured recently at Electric Lady Studios in New York. Alongside "Echo Home", the EP features Ash & Ice track "That Love", a cover of Rihanna's "Desperado", and the song "Wait", off the band’s first ever release, Black Rooster EP, which celebrates it’s 15 year anniversary on May 28th. 

AUSTRA

“People have always been good at imagining the end of the world,” wrote Rebecca Solnit, “which is much easier to picture than the strange sidelong paths of change in a world without end.”

The future won’t look like the past: dystopian dread takes this for granted, but utopian imagination is just as valid. Future Politics, Austra’s third, and most ambitious album to date, calls for radical hope: “a commitment to replace the approaching dystopia,” says Katie Stelmanis, who leads Austra with the support of Maya Postepski (Princess Century, TR/ST), Dorian Wolf, and Ryan Wonsiak. “Not just... Read »