The National: Think You Can Wait

The National recently recorded, “Think You Can Wait,” for the upcoming Thomas McCarthy film Win Win. You can hear the song over a TwentyFourBit where its streaming for free. From the opening chords, “Think You Can Wait,” is immediately identifiable as a National song – fragile and beautiful. Sharon Van Etten lends backing vocals to the...

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Iron & Wine Covers George Michael’s “One More Try”

Do you love George Michael? Do you love Iron & Wine? If you answered, “Of course I do!” then today is your lucky day. Head over the the A.V. Club to watch Iron & Wine perform George Michael’s,  “One More Try,” in the latest installment of A.V. Undercover. While you’re over there, you’ll probably want to browse the rest of the videos in this awesome series where indie-bands are brought...

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Radiohead Launches New Website

To go along with their beautifully subtle new record, The King of Limbs, Radiohead revamped their website. The animated website includes all of the things you’d expect from a band’s webpage (info about the new album, band news, links to merch, etc.), as well as some unique features like a catalogue of expired Radiohead info-cites and blogs. The new incarnation of the site is much more user-friendly. Here’s hoping the...

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Bill Callahan Shares Apocalypse Album Art

Two weeks ago we posted the track listing to Bill Callahan’s highly anticipated Apocalypse – now we have a little more information. You can check out the artwork for the new album below. It’s a painting called Apocalypse at Mule Ears Peak, Big Bend National Park in West Texas by Paul...

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Decemberists Add NY, PA Dates

The Decemberists have been on a pretty big winning streak lately with their sixth studio album, The King is Dead, marking the band’s first Number 1 hit on the Billboard charts. In support of their chart-topping new disc, The Decemberists have plotted out a pretty steep international tour, and, being the generous group they are, have recently shown some love to fans in Philly and Brooklyn by adding a few more stops on their tour....

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