LA rock band Bad Things - that consists of front man/lead singer Davis LeDuke, bass player Jared Palomar, guitarist Anthony Sanudo, drummer Lena Zawaideh and lead guitarist Shaun White, well known for snowboarding and skateboarding - will release their debut, self-titled album October 8th on Warner Bros. Records.
Band of Skulls return to the states on August 3rd for Lollapalooza and for select shows with Jane's Addiction.
Out now digitally via iTunes, the album, which was produced by David Kosten (Bat For Lashes, Everything Everything) is currently streaming in full.
The critically acclaimed indie pop-meets- soul outfit Imaginary Cities has unveiled a new acoustic video for "Marry The Sea".
The Mountain Goats have kicked off tour dates with Bright Eyes with the release of an animated music video for "Estate Sale Sign," their "blistering anthem" (NPR) from new album 'All Eternals Deck' (Merge).
Welsh indie-rock trio The Joy Formidable are proud to announce a string of tour dates in support of the Foo Fighters.
London-born rapper Tinie Tempah has premiered the video for his second U.S. single "Til I'm Gone" featuring Wiz Khalifa and produced by Stargate.
Photo: Wiz Khalifa and Tinie Tempah. The video premiered across the world's leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform, VEVO, including VEVO mobile apps for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android and VEVO on YouTube. Watch now on BandWeblogs.com!
Festival favorites, The Glitch Mob kicked off their 35 city summer tour at Sasquatch and are finishing up at this year's 20th anniversary of Lollapalooza, with the addition of a newly announced Los Angeles performance at Nokia Theatre on August 19th.
Out of mutual respect for being invited back again for a second round, The Glitch Mob have partnered with Lollapalooza to exclusively premiere a FREE MP3 download of the first single, "Warrior Concerto," from their forthcoming EP, 'We Can Make The World Stop,' which is set to be released July 12, 2011 on the band's own Glass Air imprint.
Tennis release "Is It True?" free download.
The widely praised duo Tennis made their Fat Possum debut this past January with their critically acclaimed album Cape Dory, which SPIN proclaimed "(almost) too good to be true," and is currently featured as one of "The Best Albums of 2011 (So Far)" on AOL Spinner. The band now brings us "Is It True?," a Brenda Lee cover.
With the hot and sticky summer officially upon us, the only way to satisfy the longer hours of daylight are with the sounds of quintessential indie-pop.
Currently in Europe, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart will bring the much needed summer rock back to the states for a series of shows across the east.