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Dikembe

Dikembe Share New Song, “Teeth In The Sink”

Gainesville, Florida’s Dikembe have partnered with The A.V. Club to premiere the first track off their upcoming Ledges 7-inch.

Titled “Teeth In The Sink,” the foursome’s latest offering is a slow-burning alt-rock ballad that swells to a guitar-driven conclusion. Check it out after the break, and let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Ledges will arrive on June 2, and act as a follow-up to 2014′s Mediumship. If you’re a fan of “Teeth In The Sink,” you can snag pre-order here.…

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Duckwrth and The Kickdrums Release “Indica La Roux” Video

April 20, aka 4/20, seems like as good a time as any for The Kickdrums and Duckwrth to premiere the trippy video for their newest single, “Indica La Roux,” off their upcoming EP due out later this spring.

The Kickdrums (comprised of Brooklyn-based musician/singer/producer Alex Fitts) teamed up with Oakland rapper Duckwrth last summer and the two instantly started making magic in the studio under the project name, Nowhere. Their upcoming EP features the signature blend of indie electronic beats The Kickdrums is known for fused with Duckwrth’s flawless and eccentric hip-hop style. This is the second time …

Secrets

Secrets Announce Acoustic EP, Stream Lead Single

Secrets released their sophomore studio album, Fragile Figures, back in 2013 via Rise Records. The album has been a commercial success, and helped catapult the band’s career. Since then the band has toured extensively, including appearances at Warped Tour and some international tours.

In recent years Rise Records has had a few of its artists release acoustic EPs, and their latest artist to join that list is Secrets. The group took the time to re-record stripped down versions of a couple of the singles off Fragile Figures. The EP is titled Renditions, and the first single off …

Incubus

Incubus “Trust Fall” Into Us With a Lyric Video

So Incubus is back, and without mercy. Just the other day, the band shared their first new song in years, titled “Absolute Calling.” The song was no shock and awe, as it seemed to be a continuance of the most recent work from the band.

But this time, with the release of the second song, “Trust Fall,” it sounds like they may have journeyed with a time machine back to the A Crow Left of the Murder era.

The song is a crazy six minutes long, that takes turns left and right, and is an exciting listen. If …

Rotting Out

Rotting Out Stream New EP, ‘Reckoning’

The LA-based hardcore outfit Rotting Out have teamed up with Alternative Press to stream their brand new EP, titled Reckoning, in full. The EP is available to purchase as of today, but this is a great opportunity to check it out first to see if you like it. The EP is also available to stream below.

If you haven’t already secured yourself a pre-order, vinyl packs, t-shirt bundles and CDs can still be purchased through MerchNow. You can also snag a digital copy via iTunes if you prefer.…

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Cheatahs Stream “Sunne” From Upcoming EP

Cheatahs are streaming the glossy title track from their upcoming EP, Sunne.

Full of lush bends and textures, sparse vocals, and airy production, there is little not to like about the newest release from the British shoegazers.

“Sunne” comes off of the band’s upcoming EP, Sunne, which can be pre-ordered here. The EP will release Feb. 23, 2015 through Wichita Recordings. Cheatahs released their debut self-titled LP last Feb. to much acclaim.

Follow us after the jump to get lost in the dreamy “Sunne,” and be sure to check out Cheatahs’ other material. Fans of Whirr, Nothing, …

S. Carey

S. Carey Releases Beautiful EPK For ‘Supermoon’

If you hadn’t noticed, I LOVE S. Carey, especially his latest LP, Range Of Light.

With that, I am happy to say that his newly released EPK for the upcoming EP Supermoon, complements the atmopsheres touched on Range Of Light and grant the listener a better insight to where S. Carey finds his illumination, specifically in family and nature.

The near seven-minute video shows S. Carey traversing all fields of nature, commentating on how nature, and the wilderness can illuminate his music.

Noting that family has had a huge influence on Range Of Light, S. …

Nina Corcoran Best of 2014

Nina Corcoran’s ‘Best of 2014′ in Music

If there’s anything to be certain of when it comes to music, it’s that you can’t control when it strikes you. In a year filled with violence, racism, disease, and political stumblings, our brains were in overdrive trying to do the right thing. For most, music serves as an escape. It articulates emotions and brings events to life, painting the world in colors we simply don’t have physical copies of, transforming the way we experience life. That level of control keeps us from finding out how music is meant to best illustrate our lives. We have to give songs another …

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Kill Lincoln Announce Spring Tour

Kill Lincoln, ska-punk subhumans from DC, just announced that they will be playing their loud guitars and horned instruments that you stopped playing in 8th grade all across the United States this coming March of 2015. They’ll be hitting a lot of the major markets on their 23-day journey, so if you’re in the area, or not in the area at all and just like ska-punk a lot, you should definitely make a point to lace up your skankin’ shoes.

Joining them on some of their Southern dates is Survay Says!, so check out the poster to see …

Empty-Houses

The Next Band To Change Your Life: Empty Houses

If you have been following along to the Twitter chatter in the alternative music realm this week you have no doubt seen someone mention Empty Houses, the Detroit-based trio of Ali Shea, Adam Mercer, and Dave Mackinder (Fireworks). January is a busy time so it’s completely understandable if you didn’t have time to commit to the article those tweets hopefully included, or perhaps you did only to find you had no time to commit to the music in store. That’s fine. Social media has become a flood of ICYMI headlines as of late, so you’ll still have plenty of chances …

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REVIEW: Corpus – ‘The Sliding Scale Of Morality’

Artist: Corpus
Album: The Sliding Scale of Morality
Genre: Post-Hardcore, Indie

Sydney duo Corpus have been causing quite the ruckus down under over the last three years with their unique brand of indie-tinged post-hardcore and riotous live shows, earning them dizzying acclaim from some of the scene’s most discerning ears (including Sydney resident and frontman of The Used, Bert McCracken). If the band’s latest release, The Sliding Scale of Morality, is received the way it seems destined to be, then the volume of those voices of acclaim is going to become deafening.…

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REVIEW: Black Beach – ‘Play Loud, Die Vol. 1′

Artist: Black Beach
Album: Play Loud, Die Vol. 1
Genre: Rock

I’m not entirely sure if I should be mad when listening to Massachusetts’ Black Beach, or somewhere between anger and serenity. See, Black Beach is a band that trucks their sound through the mud, funneled through distortion, static, anger, sludge, whatever. You name it, it’s there. But what holds all these tones together are melodies that flow beautifully with one another, creating a perfect balance of disgusting and peace. With bass lines flowing in between guitars drowned in their own reverb, drums pounding in the background, and vocals …