August 21, 2014
Toronto trio Elliott Brood has announced that they will be releasing a new album. The disc will be titled Work And Love, and is due out on October 21, 2014 via Paper Bag Records. The album follows2011′s Days Into Years. The new songs were recorded in a farmhouse in Bath, Ontario where they recorded nine songs in two weeks with producer Ian Blurton (The Weakerthans, Amy Millan).
To mark the occasion, the band is streaming the track “Jigsaw Heart” which can be heard here on KEXP.
Richmond, VA band Positive No has premiered a new track set to appear as part of the Negative Fun Records 2014 Singles Club. The track is titled ”Automatic Cars.” The band features vocalist Tracy Wilson (Dahlia Seed and more recently Ringfinger).
Stream the first track from the 7-inch here.
Cheap Girls has announced additional North American tour dates with Joyce Manor and The Hold Steady. The band continues to support their recent fourth album, Famous Graves, released this past May on Xtra Mile Recordings.
Tour dates can be found below.
Mikey Erg has released a new song. The track is titled “You’ve Never Heard (My Aim Is True),” and is set to appear with their split with Warren Franklin & The Founding Fathers. The split is due out on September 16, 2014 via Count Your Lucky Stars Records.
Listen to the song here courtesy Noisey.
Avant-garde rock band Xerxes has released a new song. The track is titled “Exit 123” and is set to appear on their upcoming new record, Collision Blonde, which is due out on October 21, 2014 via No Sleep Records. Pre-orders are now available. Vocalist Calvin Philley comments on what fans can expect:
“I cooked at a restaurant in Southern Indiana about 50 hours a week for about a year leading up to the recording of Collision Blonde… I got fired during the recording process but that’s a different story. “Exit 123” is the first exit after you cross the bridge over the Ohio River from Louisville to New Albany on I-64 west and the route I took to work. I have severe anxiety about driving and it only gets worse as things pile up in my life with girls, money, work and anything else. Once I just panic attacked all the way to work, thought I was dying and all that. I fantasized about running through the guardrail in my shitty Chevy SUV. That’s it. I got myself fired in April and haven’t been back to Indiana since.”
Listen to the track here courtesy Brooklyn Vegan.
Connecticut indie rock band The World Is A Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid to Die have announced a series of North American headlining tour dates with The Hotelier, Rozwell Kid, and Posture & the Grizzly. They are out supporting their latest full length, Whenever, If Ever which was released last year on Topshelf Records.
Full dates below.
New out of Philadelphia, Cassavetes has premiered a new single. The track is titled “Extra Clear” and is set to appear on their new LP, Oh So Long, due out August 26, 2014 via Black Numbers Records.
Listen to the song here courtesy Stereogum.
Canadian indie-folk group Rural Alberta Advantage has premiered a new song from their upcoming third album. The track is titled “On The Rocks” and is set to appear on Mended With Gold due out onSeptember 30, 2014 via Saddle Creek.
Listen to the track below.
The twelve-track album was recorded at Toronto’s Candle Recording with the band’s long-time live engineer Matt Lederman (Hayden, !!!, Besnard Lakes) alongside co-producer Leon Taheny (Owen Pallett, Austra, F*cked Up).
Long running British Columbia, Canada pop punk act Gob has premiered a full album stream of their upcoming full length, Apt. 13 which is due out on August 26, 2014 via New Damage Records.
Listen to the full disc here courtesy New Noise Magazine.
August 20, 2014
UK technical punks Darko are streaming a brand new song. The track is titled “Atlas To Atlantis” and is set to apepar on their five song EP, Sea Of Trees, which is due out September 8, 2014.
Listen to the song here courtesy the good folks at DyingScene.
The EP will be available on limited numbers of colour 12″ Vinyl and CD and will be released by Lockjaw Records(UK), Bird Attack Records(US), No Reason Records(It) and Giljotina(Slovenia).