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Come Wind Announce New Record, Kickstarter Campaign

Ohio-based indie rock up-and-comers Come Wind have announced they are planning to record a new LP in 2015. To do this, they are leaning on fans to help fund the record via crowd funding middle man Kickstarter.

The band is asking for $15,000 in order to make the new record and prizes include a physical copy of the record, limited edition posters, b-side tracks, and more. Under The Gun Review recently premiered a stripped down version of the band’s moving number, “Come & Go.”

Here’s an excerpt from the band’s Kickstarter page talking about their need to crowd …

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Watch Interpol Perform “My Desire” on Conan

Last night, indie rock act Interpol stepped on Conan’s stage to continue supporting El Pintor, their sturdy new LP that reclaims their early 2000s sound. The New York group have had quite a year, from their Governors Ball set to a new tour and getting caught in a snowstorm, yet somehow, despite all of the year’s hectic ups and downs, their performance of “My Desire” is a bright reminder that Interpol have pretty much nailed this year. Check it out after the jump.

While you’re waiting for the commercials to end, catch up on the band’s most recent release: “…

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Gardens Stream New Album, ‘Death In The Family’

Chicago’s own Gardens formed in 2013 not long before they made their debut EP, Everything Looks Different In The Daylight.  They have followed up this EP with their first full-length album, Death In The Family.

The twelve-track indie rock record was recorded by Ryan Ellery and mastered by Piper Payne.

You can give the album a full listen for yourself below.…

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Stream St. Vincent’s Tropical ‘Pieta’ EP

In October, St. Vincent announced she would release a two-song 10″ EP for Record Store Day’s Black Friday event. Thanks to the internet, both tracks off the EP, “Pieta” and “Sparrow”, are online to stream in full.

The vinyl comes in a bright package designed by Willo Perrnon (the man responsible for all the visuals on her world tour) and each is individually numbered. The songs are, according to RSD’s website, a “deep musing on death and loss that recalls the sonic textures of Big Science-era Laurie Anderson,” but to us they sound rather tropical and snarky. Stream them below …

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Watch Angel Olsen’s New Elizabethan Video for “Windows”

This week, Angel Olsen will release the deluxe version of Burn Your Fire For No Witness, her remarkable LP from earlier this year. The expanded package includes new songs, outtakes, and that crisp vinyl sound all wrapped up neatly in clean packaging. One of the album’s original songs, “Windows,” has just gotten music video treatment in anticipation of the release.

Directed by Rick Alverson, the video sees Angel Olsen at a particularly dampening time. She watches as children play in a field, stares ahead blankly while Vaseline is smeared on her face, and stands disconnected in Elizabethan clothes …

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Watch Greylag’s Mysterious Video for “Yours to Shake”

Last month, Portland trio Greylag put out one of our favorite folk rock albums of the year. The self-titled debut came out on Dead Oceans to fond reviews, and we couldn’t help but swoon ourselves upon hearing it in full. Now, a little after its release, the three are sharing a new video for the excellent single “Yours to Shake.”

The Band of Horses meets Fleet Foxes song gets an eerie undertow with the video. Directed by Ben Fee, the music video sees a woman in white running through the woods which are, conspicuously, filled with colorful strings, …

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Adult Jazz Share “AM Gone” Video, Announce US Shows

If you fell in love with Adult Jazz‘s debut LP Gist Is but live in America, their lack of a US tour could have ripped your heart in two. But now the indie rock freak folk crew are bringing their community rhythms overseas. Unfortunately, the four shows don’t see them spanning the whole country. Their dates keep them in New York City for several CMJ shows. The list of dates are after the jump.

To celebrate the upcoming dates, Adult Jazz have shared a music video for “AM Gone.” The video sees the Leeds band’s folk-pop number being paired …

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Parkay Quarts Announce New Album ‘Content Nausea,’ Stream New Song

Parquet Courts are back with a new release, and they’re changing things up along with it. The Queens, NY indie punk four piece have undergone a homophonic name shift to Parkay Quarts to coincide with one member completing a degree in mathematics and another starting a family, seeing Andrew Savage and Austin Brown work alongside two friends (Jackie-O Motherf*cker’s Jef Brown on Saxaphone and Eaters’ Bob Jones on fiddle) in their place.

The release, titled Content Nausea, is a 12-track LP that clocks in at 35 minutes and is Parkay Quarts’ second release of 2014. As such, it dials …

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Watch Foxygen’s Lavish Video for “Coulda Been My Love”

At long last, Foxygen‘s heavily anticipated sophomore release, …And Star Poweris out today via Jagjaguwar. The 82-minute release sees them roving through psychedelic trips and indie rock ballads, working towards a youthful masterpiece that clings to the ’70s with a romanticized sigh. To celebrate today’s album release, they shared a video for their second single, “Coulda Been My Love.”

The soft melodies surprise once again in “Coulda Been My Love,” but this time they feel even more powerful. Directed by Grant Singer, the video sees the two men luxing it up, flaunting vintage clothing and cheeky moves …

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REVIEW: Dads – ‘I’ll Be The Tornado’

Artist: Dads
Title: I’ll Be The Tornado
Label: 6131 Records
Genre: Emo, Indie Rock

“Oh.. there we are,” I thought to myself as the two-minute mark hit track number one, “Grand Edge, MI.” Drummer and vocalist John Bradley’s familiar, eerie falsetto finally made its way into Dads’ new record; a vocal watermark etched onto their music since their 2010 debut release, American Radass, that I was afraid we might’ve lost due to their sound’s noticeable facelift. A lot of things happened on I’ll Be The Tornado’s opening track. Two minutes and forty-two seconds in, heavy drumbeats and …

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ALBUM STREAM: Stars – ‘No One Is Lost’

In one week, Canadian indie rock outfit Stars will drop their newest LP, No One Is Lost. We’ve heard a slew of singles like “No One Is Lost” and “From The Night” (which got a joyous music video) so far, but now the whole album is streaming in full on NPR.

No One Is Lost was recorded above a discotheque and, as such, has taken on a lot of fun, throbbing beats that were unavoidably influential. It’s their danciest album to date. According to the group, the record “prioritizes lightness and bittersweet uplift over the devastation …

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ALBUM STREAM: Foxygen – ‘…And Star Power’

LA retro pop duo Foxygen will be dropping their sophomore LP, …And Star Power, on October 14 via Jagjaguwar. According to their press release, it’s 82 minutes of “soft rock indulgences, psych-ward folk, cartoon fantasia, D&D doomrock, and paranoid bathroom rompers” and sees help from Wayne Coyne, Bleached, Of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes, and White Fence’s Tim Presley. If you’re wondering what all of that sounds like, now’s your chance. The album is streaming in full starting today.

We’ve already heard the poppy “How Can You Really” and slow spiller “Cosmic Vibrations,” but now we get …