Andras Fox

Andrew Graham & Swarming Branch

Andrew Kidman

Apache Dropout

Ariel Pink

Ariel Pink and Jorge Elbrecht

Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti


Ashrae Fax


Autre Ne Veut

Bali High


Ben Zimmerman

Bernard Fèvre

Best Coast


Bipolar Bear

Black Devil

Black Moth Super Rainbow

Blanck Mass

Brain Idea

C. Spencer Yeh / Okkyung Lee / Lasse Marhaug

Call Of The Wild


Carlos Giffoni

Cate Le Bon





Co La

Cold Showers

Connan Mockasin

Creation Rebel / New Age Steppers

Crystal Voyager


Danava / Earthless / Lecherous Gaze

Date Palms

David Kanaga

Diamond Nights





Eddy Current Suppression Ring

Electric Voyage



F.J. McMahon

Farmer Dave Scher

Follow The Sun

Ford & Lopatin


Futur Skullz


Gauntlet Hair

Golden Triangle

Grails & Pharaoh Overlord

Greg Ashley

Gregg Kowalsky

Happy Jawbone Family Band



Home Blitz

Huerco S.


Jacuzzi Boys

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma

Jess Williamson

Jessica Pratt

John Carpenter

Jorge Elbrecht

Kurt Vile

La Hell Gang

Lace Curtain

Langhorne Slim


Light Asylum

Lilacs & Champagne

Linda Perhacs

Little Girls

Lower Plenty

Lucky Luke

Marissa Nadler


Michael Angelo

Mike Wexler


Mood Rings

Morning of the Earth



Nite Jewel

No Joy


Oneohtrix Point Never


Part Time

Peaking Lights

Pete Swanson

Peter Matthew Bauer

Pharoah Sanders



Pink Playground


Purling Hiss

Puro Instinct


Radio People


Real Estate

Robert Lester Folsom

Rudiger Lorenz



Shadow Band



Soldiers of Fortune

Spectral Park


Steve Moore


Tairiq & Garfield


Tamam Shud


Tarantula A.D.

Teams vs Star Slinger

Terrible Truths

The Alps

The Amazing

The Bitters

The Fever

The Fresh & Onlys

The Mantles

The Miracles Club

The Nightcrawlers

The Orkustra

The Samps

The Soft Pack

The Stroke Band

The Sword

The Vacant Lots

The Young

Thug Entrancer

Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin

TK Webb

TK Webb & The Visions


Torn Hawk

Träd, Gräs och Stenar

Travis Bretzer

Tropa Macaca

True Widow


Turning Shrines




Viva L’American Death Ray Music

Washed Out


Weyes Blood

Wild Hunt

Wooden Shjips

Xander Duell


Young Prisms

Zig Zags


Allah Las – LAHS 🚁 the new album, out now

On their fourth LP, drummer Matt Correia, bassist Spencer Dunham, and guitarists Miles Michaud and Pedrum Siadatian turn their collective gaze outward and toward the horizon. Simply titled LAHS (a reference to a common misspelling of
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Arp’s “ENSEMBLE – LIVE!” + the new single “Voices”

A special one-off live studio album – featuring a five-piece ensemble performing music from Arp’s critically-acclaimed album ZEBRA – plus four new compositions Last summer’s spellbinding album ZEBRA struck a chord with many listeners.
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Ariel Pink Releases “Bolivian Soldier” and “My Molly”

“Bolivian Soldier” from Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2 “‘Bolivian Soldier’ carries the same sonic hallmarks as Before Today, Ariel Pink’s breakthrough Haunted Graffiti record. It’s a delightfully disorientating cut,
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Cate Le Bon & Bradford Cox Share “Secretary” from ‘Myths 004’

As sure as if it had been mapped in the stars, or written in a prophecy buried deep beneath the sands of the Marfa desert, a collaboration between
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Allah Las Release New Single “Prazer Em Te Conhecer”

Having taken their compact California on the road across the world (making stops in North, Central, and South America, Europe, South Africa, Australia, Russia, East Asia and beyond),
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Cate Le Bon Covers Wilco’s “Company In My Back”

Three cheers for Cate Le Bon 🔺🔺🔻🔺 Out today is Cate’s cover of Wilco’s “Company In My Back”, from 2004’s A Ghost Is Born.  Wilco Covered is a limited edition
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Out Now: California Trip by Dennis Stock

  California Trip is now available from Anthology Editions! In 1968, Magnum photographer Dennis Stock took a five-week road trip along the California highways, documenting the height of the counterculture
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Allah Las Release New Song “Polar Onion”

“Polar Onion” the new single from LAHS out October 11 Second single from LAHS, “Polar Onion” takes us through the inevitable lows one encounters on a long journey,
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Ariel Pink Announces Archival Project

Ariel Archives New collection Odditties Sodomies Vol. 2, reissues of Underground & Loverboy + more through 2020 Ariel Archives revisits Ariel Pink’s historic run of albums as Ariel
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Allah Las Announce New album ‘LAHS’

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Out Now: Jefre Cantu-Ledesma’s Tracing Back The Radiance

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma returns to Mexican Summer with his third full-length for the label – Tracing Back The Radiance – a slow, delicate meditation, delving far afield from the
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Summer Sale

Summer is here and we’re spreading the spirit with deep discounts on tunes for backyard bashes, books for beach reads, and merch for carrying goods + rocking looks. ✷
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Out Now: Brian Blomerth’s Bicycle Day

Brian Blomerth’s Bicycle Day is now available from Anthology Editions! Blomerth’s first book and most ambitious work to date combines the extraordinary true story of Albert Hofmann and the
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Out Now: Self Discovery For Social Survival Soundtrack

“Breathtaking.” – Consequence of Sound “A surf film unlike any other… it’s hard to imagine a surf movie with a more ambitious scope.” – Surfer Magazine “The scope of this
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Jefre Cantu-Ledesma Announces New Album, Shares “Joy”

Jefre Cantu-Ledesma returns with his third full-length venture with Mexican Summer – Tracing Back The Radiance – a slow, delicate meditation, delving far afield from the pop drenched
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Out Now: Cate Le Bon’s ‘Reward’

“Reward is a masterpiece of surrealist songwriting, an example of the kind of magic that makes Cate Le Bon such a singular talent.” –Stereogum, Album of the Week It was on a
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Out Now: Sad About The Times

“A charming picture of what was going on at the fringes at the time: a truly alternative scene made up of artists and bands who knew what the mainstream
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Out Now: Drugdealer’s Raw Honey

Out today, Raw Honey (Michael Collins second album as Drugdealer) sees Collins once again leading an ace crew of collaborators to coalesce the spirit of Drugdealer’s classically modern pop with lush arrangements, memetic melodies, and
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Out Now: The Beautiful Flower is the World

The Beautiful Flower Is the World is now available from Anthology Editions! Legendary skateboarder and artist Jerry Hsu began his blog, Nazi Gold, in 2009 as a repository
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Watch The Video For Cate Le Bon’s “Home To You”

The video for “Home To You” was made in collaboration with residents of Lunik IX neighbourhood in Košice, a former steel manufacturing centre in Eastern Slovakia. Košice has
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Sad About The Times

SAD ABOUT THE TIMES An Exploration of 70s FM Folk, Soft Rock, West Coast Jangle, Power Pop and Late Night Jams There was a time when there was
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Self Discovery For Social Survival

Mexican Summer and Pilgrim Surf + Supply Present Self Discovery for Social Survival A Voyage Into Sight, Sound and Surf Since the genre’s birth in the early 1950s,
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Brooklyn Record Exchange Grand Opening

Brooklyn Record Exchange, a new excursion from independent record label Mexican Summer and Mike Hunchback and Ben Steidel of Co-Op 87, is the destination for music discovery and
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Drugdealer Releases New Song “Honey”

Coming on the heels of 2016’s wondrously delicate “Suddenly”, Drugdealer (Michael Collins) and Weyes Blood (Natalie Mering) team up once again for a radiant ballad fit for modern
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Cate Le Bon Announces New Album ‘Reward’

It was on a mountainside in Cumbria that the first whispers of Cate Le Bon’s fifth studio album poked their buds above the earth. “There’s a strange romanticism to going a little bit
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