Entries in rock (571)

Wednesday
Jun192013

Australian band "Them Swoops" drop a great tune called "Work Around It"


This is a great new tune that is equal parts beach and garage and basement, and it sounds incredible.  Australia's Them Swoops have an EP coming July 16 on +1 Records, and it features "Work Around It", and probably a bunch of other great stuff.  Get excited.

Out now through +1 Records and available from the iTunes store here - goo.gl/C66WZ

www.facebook.com/themswoops ||www.themswoops.com

Wednesday
Jun192013

Typhoon's new video for "Dreams of Cannibalism"


This is a great tune from Portland's "Typhoon".  We posted this a while back, and it just stuck with us.  Truly amazing songwriting and execution.  They have just released a shocking and amazing video directed by Matthew Thomas Ross that you won't wanna miss.  Stay tuned to the end for a nice little twist.  Enjoy.

Get the single @ iTunes: http://bit.ly/17BFs6a
Off the upcoming album, 'White Lighter', out 8/20/2013 on Roll Call Records

http://WeAreTyphoon.com
http://RollCallRecords.com

Directed/Edited by: Matthew Thomas Ross

Starring
Dean Holman, Ziggy Hixson, Zoe Gillett, Corina Holman, Jonah Danger Connell, David Ballantyne
Tuesday
Jun182013

Maps & Atlases have a new video for "Old Ash"


This is a great tune.  A real feel good folk rock jam to help get you through this sure to be long Tuesday afternoon.  The outdoors awaits, we'll help get you there.

From the album Beware and Be Grateful, out now on Barsuk Records: http://bit.ly/185eGUZ

Directed by Christopher Hainey

http://mapsandatlases.org
http://barsuk.com
http://fat-cat.co.uk
Sunday
Jun162013

Red Aces present "The End"


Go ahead and click play on this nice uptempo rock vibe from Melbourne's Red Aces, a great new track that would fit right in on a mixtape with stuff like Interpol and The Editors and other great stuff like that.  We love this, can't wait to hear some more from Red Aces.

Tuesday
May282013

Awesome grungy fun rock from Speedy Ortiz: "Ka-Prow!" 


We could easily see this great song right at home somewhere like the Mallrats soundtrack, or something like that.  A great tune with a big old bassline with equal parts melody and heavy grunge guitar.  It's tough not to love this one.  Get into Speedy Ortiz.