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In Mind

CD $12.00 Deluxe LP $20.00

Pre-order and receive an instant MP3 download of “Darling.”

On In Mind, the fourth full-length record from Real Estate, the band fine-tunes the winsome songwriting and ...View 'In Mind'?

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Dirty Projectors

2 x LP $18.00 CD $12.00 Deluxe Double LP $24.00

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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DIRTY PROJECTORS’ SELF-TITLED 7TH ALBUM - SURPRISE EARLY RELEASE!

Dirty Projectors | 02/21/17

Dirty Projectors is out today! Three days early, the preorders are in the mail and the album is available in both physical and digital stores. This morning, David Longstreth of Dirty Projectors hand-delivered the LP to a fan in Los Angeles, who was randomly selected from the album’s pre-orders. Following this surprise delivery, the full album streamed via the Dirty Projectors Facebook page, and immediately afterwards, the album was available widely for fans to stream... Read more?

MIDDLE KIDS PERFORM 'EDGE OF TOWN' ON CONAN; US TOUR STARTS THIS WEEK

Middle Kids | 02/20/17

Middle Kids are back on US soil, and last week made their late night TV debut with a confident performance of radio favorite 'Edge of Town' live on Conan. 

THE KILLS

Over their almost decade-and-a-half career, multi-faceted rock minimalists The Kills have released four records, each one a restless, reckless enigmatic art statement that bristled with tension, anxiety, sex, unstudied cool and winking ennui. Yet not one of them sounded like the previous one. “In an effort to not repeat ourselves, the path of least resistance has never been ours. Change is uneasy. Art should be uneasy”, says Alison Mosshart, sitting at a long wooden table in her rented house above Los Angeles’ Griffith Park, where she’s been residing for a month, right next door to her musical partner Jamie... Read »