Photos by Dutch Doscher

Los Angeles rockers Cherry Glazerr returned last month with their awesome third album Stuffed & Ready, which was released via Secretly Canadian.

They previewed some of this new material when we caught them at House of Vans last summer but these songs are now fully fleshed out and ready to go just in time for their tour in support of the new record. This included a sold out performance this Saturday night at Bowery Ballroom, which featured an opening performance from Sneaks.

Find photos from both bands’ performances posted in the gallery below, along with Cherry Glazerr’s setlist.

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On February 8th Panda Bear returned with his sixth album Buoys via Domino Records. He recently kicked off his new tour in support of the record, which included a sold out two-night run at Pioneer Works in Brooklyn.

He kicked off the show with one of his biggest songs, “Comfy in Nautica,” making it perfectly clear that we were in for a special night. Nearly half the set was made up of new material from Buoys, which he previewed for us the last time we saw him perform live, last year at Brooklyn Steel.

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Photos by Omar Kasrawi

On Thursday night Peter Murphy & David J celebrated brought their “40 Years of Bauhaus Ruby Celebration” tour to New York for a performance of Baohaus’ debut album In The Flat Field in its entirety, along with a set of other favorites from the band’s career.

Our photographer Omar Kasrawi was there to capture photos from their performance, as well as opener Vinsantos.

Find all of his shots posted in the gallery below

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Action Bronson returned last year with his new album White Bronco and is currently touring in support of the record. Last night he brought The White Bronco tour to Brooklyn for a sold out performance at Warsaw, following a sold out performance at Irving Plaza the night before. The last time we caught him was last year at House of Vans.

Both shows featured opening performances by both Roc Marciano and Mayhem Lauren, who kicked things off before it was time for Bronson to take the stage.

Find a full gallery of photos from last night’s performance at Warsaw below.

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Photos by AnnaLee Barclay

Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker is on the road touring in support of her 2018 debut solo album abysskiss, which was released via Saddle Creek.

We caught her last year at Murmrr Theatre when she tested out some of these new songs and she brought them back to us in Brooklyn last night for a performance at Music Hall of Williamsburg. While that last performance was just her performing solo, she was joined by opener Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic during her performance.

Our photographer AnnaLee Barclay was there to capture photos from both performances, find all of her shots posted in the gallery below.
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Cathedrals – “Jump In”

By Will Oliver, February 15th 2019 Electronic Indie Listen Stream

San Francisco electro-pop duo Cathedrals have been consistently releasing a steady stream of singles every other month or so.

Today they keep the winning streak going with the delightful and infectious new power pop dance anthem “Jump In,” which features some strong vocals and sugary electronics that work together perfectly.

Here’s a little bit about the song directly from the band:

With “Jump In”, we didn’t want to write a straightforward love song since, for us at least, love hasn’t always been simple or predictable. We wanted to explore that feeling of standing on the precipice of the unknown – looking into the face of something that could turn out to be beautiful or ugly, and taking that leap anyway. We thought, what better way to capture that idea than to release the song on Valentines Day. It’s not a hallmark card; it’s real life, full of joy and uncertainty and sometimes pain. Here’s to feeling it, to jumping in, whatever the cost.

Enjoy a listen to “Jump In” below.

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Rochester psych-pop quartet Maybird signed to Danger Mouse’s 30th Century Records, who released the band’s groovy new single, “Don’t Keep Me Around,” which has a vintage glow to it that sounds like a much mellower and slightly floater song that The Growlers may have put out.

The band has just released a music video for the track that was directed and edited by Adam Netsky and can be viewed below.

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Monica Martin – “Patient”

By Will Oliver, February 15th 2019 Indie Listen Stream

Monica Martin, the lead singer of Phox, is set to release her debut album sometime this year via Republic Records as the band are currently on hiatus. We got to hear a few of her new solo songs last month when she played to a sold out room at Public Arts. This included the previously released single “Cruel,” as well as “Patient,” the new single that Martin has just shared today.

It’s an even bigger sound for Martin who expands on a lot of the familiar ideas she put on the table with Phox, just with an expanded production palette that allows her always impressive vocals to truly shine.

Enjoy a listen to “Patient” below and stay tuned for more from Martin very soon.

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Michelle Blades will release her new album Visitor on March 29 via Midnight Special Records. We previously shared the awesome track “Kiss Me On The Mouth” and today hit back with the equally awesome new single, “Politic!”

The topical track has high energy and vibrant bounciness that is rather infectious and gets a similar treatment for its fitting music video, which she directed and edited herself.

Enjoy the video for “Politic!” below and stay tuned for more from Blades very soon.

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