The Ninth Wave named one of Paste's "15 British Acts You Need To Know"

The Ninth Wave are in the middle of making their US debut this month, and Paste Magazine has named them one of “15 British Acts You Need To Know”. Read all about them and some other great music HERE!

“Over the past couple of years, Glasgow’s The Ninth Wave has consistently released expertly-crafted pop songs with a pitch-black underbelly. With frontman Haydn Park-Pattersonheir at the helm via brooding, anthemic lead vocals, The Ninth Wave’s synth-driven dark wave reaches profound peaks of ecstasy.”

Galactic Interview on NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday

Excited to share Galactic’s interview with NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday! The interview features Galactic’s favorite venue to play at for over 25 years, Tipitina's in New Orleans. Check out the full interview on NPR!

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Pitchfork Review of Du Blonde's Lung Bread for Daddy

Thrilled to share Pitchfork’s review of Du Blonde’s latest album, Lung Bread for Daddy! On Beth Jeans Houghton’s second album, “the truth will set you free and make you queasy.” With Pitchfork’s Ben Hewitt saying, “Du Blonde sorts through the messiest aspects of desire and revulsion with cathartic finesse, purging her past while leaving her strange, spiky magic intact.” Read the full article on Pitchfork!

Noisey: Mike Kinsella's Take On Vampire Weekend

Check out Noisey’s Blind Spots feature where Mike Kinsella of American Football reviews Vampire Weekend's 2008 debut album! Ahead of the release of American Football (LP3), the Owen and Cap’n Jazz veteran takes his first listen to the band’s self titled Vampire Weekend album, adding “Was this on the O.C.?” Read the full article on Noisey!

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Consequence of Sound: Du Blonde feels liberated on new song “Angel”

Thrilled to share The Consequence of Sound’s latest article on Du Blonde’s new self directed music video for her single “Angel”, out now. The song is off her upcoming album Lung Bread for Daddy, coming out next month with Moshi Moshi Records. The single depicts the UK singer’s liberation from leaving an unhealthy relationship. Read the full piece here & watch the new video via YouTube!

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Governors Ball announces 2019 Lineup!

The Governors Ball Music Festival has announced its 2019 lineup. Can’t wait to kick off summer in NYC with another amazing weekend of Music, Food and Art in the middle of the city that never sleeps. Head to Rolling Stone for more details.

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New Galactic Song Featured in The New York Times' Playlist

So exciting to share Galactic’s inclusion in The New York Times’ featured playlist from last week, among the company of Meek Mill, Jacob Collier, Cactus Blossoms, and many more. “Here’s nothing more or less than a euphoric three-minute New Orleans funk romp from one of the city’s long-running bands,” writes Jon Pareles on recent single “Clap Your Hands” feat. Miss Charm Taylor. Be sure to read the full roundup on The New York Times! Galactic’s forthcoming record, Already Ready Already, is due out February 8, 2019 via Tchoup-Zilla Records.

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Rolling Stone Interview American Football on New Record, due out March 22nd

Thrilled to share Rolling Stone’s exclusive interview with American Football, who have just announced their forthcoming record, American Football (LP3), due out March 22, 2019 via Polyvinyl Record Co. “The iconic emo band boasts an evolved sound in third album,” Rolling Stone write, “featuring guest vocals by Hayley Williams, Rachel Goswell and Elizabeth Powell,” later adding that the band has “made obvious and intentional strides towards maturation.” Be sure to read the full interview via Rolling Stone & pre-order the record on Polyvinyl!

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Rainer Maria's 'Look Now Look Again' Reissue Rated 8.3 by Pitchfork

Excited to share Pitchfork’s great review of Look Now Look Again, Rainer Maria’s reissue, in which they rate the album a glowing 8.3. “A timely reissue of this prescient Midwest emo band’s back catalog,” Pitchfork write, “including their second and best album - shows how they transformed sadness into searching euphoria.” Be sure to read the full review over at Pitchfork & order the reissue via Polyvinyl!


Variety Report: Galactic Buy New Orleans' Most Revered Club Tipitina's

Happy to share that Variety has reported on Galactic’s purchase of New Orleans’ most revered club, Tipitina’s, a venue they have played countless times over the past two decades. “Our goal is to preserve, promote, and protect the future of New Orleans music, culture and heritage via the Tipitina’s venue and brand,” Galactic’s drummer, Stanton Moore, shares in a statement. “Galactic is one of the best liked fixtures of America’s ‘jam band’ scene,” Variety write, making them a clear choice to own such a landmark hometown venue. For more information on the purchase, be sure to read the full report via Variety!


Erin Costelo Featured in Rolling Stone's "10 Best Country, Americana Songs of the Week"

Excited to share that “All in Your Head,” one of the tracks off Erin Costelo’s stunning new record, has been featured by Rolling Stone as one of the “10 Best Country, Americana Songs of the Week.” The song sits in enviable company next to the works of Kacey Musgraves, Greensky Bluegrass, Trapper Schoepp and more. “Inspired by a creepy, alien-like green light that hovered outside of Costelo’s window one evening,” Rolling Stone writes, “‘All in Your Head’ rolls cinematic blasts of brass and a killer, keyboard-propelled groove into a funk-soul freakout.”

Be sure to read the full roundup over at Rolling Stone & watch a live performance of “All in Your Head” via YouTube!

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Nylon Premiere Debut Single from Noël Wells

Thrilled to share that Nylon is premiering the debut single from Noël Wells, who you may know from her acting work on Saturday Night Live, Master of None, and Mr. Roosevelt, the latter of which she wrote and directed as well. “Sunrise” is the first musical offering from Wells, who realized in 2016 that she was not feeling creatively fulfilled from TV & film, and started learning guitar and writing music as a result. “In her debut single,” Nylon write, “she channels all of this confusion and frustration, singing of a backward, mixed-up world, but also keeping the mood chill with airy harmonies [and] acoustic guitar… In that way, ‘Sunrise’ is a song of blissful, intentional ignorance, an example of just trying to keep on keeping on.” Be sure to read the full piece over at Nylon and listen to “Sunrise” via YouTube!


NPR Music Share "First Listen" of Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers' 'Bought To Rot'

Thrilled to share NPR Music‘s “First Listen” of Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers’ debut record, Bought To Rot, which comes out this Friday, November 9th on Bloodshot Records. “Bought To Rot,” NPR Music writes, “bounds around outside the boundaries and margins of punk while still bearing the unfiltered, playfully profane, overstuffed-with-ideas trademark of its leader.” Be sure to read the full piece & stream the record now!


Erin Costelo's New Record Reviewed By Paste

Thrilled to share Paste’s lovely review of Erin Costelo’s new record Sweet Marie. “Two albums in,” Paste declare, “Erin Costelo seems destined to establish herself alongside the top tier of today’s most expressive soulful singers,” going on to add that “this Canadian chanteuse clearly has craft and charisma needed to sustain her momentum.” Be sure to listen to & learn more about the record via Erin’s website, and catch her on tour throughout the US & Canada this fall.

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Kathie Lee and Hoda Sample OctFest Beers on the TODAY Show

Thrilled that Kathie Lee Gifford & Hoda Kotb were able to sample a flight of beers courtesy of OctFest, the food, beer and music festival presented by Pitchfork and October that took place on Governors Island in New York City last weekend, September 8-9. Watch the full clip of them sipping exclusive OctFest beers on the TODAY show via!

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Laura Jane Grace Chats With Rolling Stone About Her New Record With The Devouring Mothers

We're thrilled to share the new Rolling Stone interview with Laura Jane Grace, who sat down to chat with them about her debut record under the Laura Jane Grace & the Devouring Mothers moniker. The record, entitled Bought to Rot, is due out November 9th on Chicago-based label Bloodshot Records. In the interview, Grace talks to Rolling Stone's Jonathan Bernstein about the genesis of the Devouring Mothers, the future of Against Me!, and how Bought to Rot's writing and recording process compared to her previous works.

Be sure to read the full interview on Rolling Stone and pre-order Bought to Rot via Bloodshot Records!