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The Dream Synopsis EP

12" Single $14.00 CD EP $10.00

All pre-orders come with an instant download of 'Is This What You Wanted' in MP3 or WAV.

A1. Aviation
A2. Les Cactus (Original by Jacques Dutronc)
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Motion Graphics

CD $12.00 LP $18.00

Motion Graphics, the solo project of NY based electronic artist Joe Williams, announces its debut with a self-titled LP out August 26th on Domino. Created ...View 'Motion Graphics'?

 
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AUSTRA SHARE 'UTOPIA' (IKONIKA REMIX); ANNOUNCE NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES

Austra | 11/03/16

Austra recently announced their third full length LP Future Politics, out January 20th, and have today announced the first leg of North American tour dates in support of the release. 

THE RANGE ANNOUNCES FURTHER 2017 US & AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES; LISTEN TO LIVE SET

The Range | 11/02/16

This weekend, The Range's North American support tour with Phantogram will come to an end, but today he's announced additional 2017 tour dates. He'll be supporting Tourist for a few shows in Australia in January and then be the main support for Austra's February 2017 tour behind their new album Utopia.

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 »