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Madi Diaz Premieres New Video For "Mess"

"Her latest rendition of Phantom track 'Mess' just screams to be given the fresh-air/driving-with-the-windows-down treatment in all of its skyward, sunburned glory...Diaz nails every triumphant shout on the empowering chorus..."
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Village Voice

Madi Diaz has premiered a new video for the song "Mess" from latest album Phantom. The video, recorded live at TuneIn Rado in Los Angeles, premiered on the Village Voice blog. Catch Madi on the east coast next week, and on VH1 Big Morning Buzz live on Wednesday morning, April 22.

Madi Diaz Tour Dates:
Mon, April 20 Cambridge, MA @ Middle East
Tue, April 21 Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
Thur, April 23 Uncasvlle, CT @ Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun Resort
Fri, April 24 Philadelphia, PA @ North Star Bar

Coves Release 'Spectrum' EP, Streaming Now At Under The Radar

At the end of 2014, hot on the foot of US and European tours with The Raveonettes and St. Vincent, UK-duo Coves returned to The Cave to record their brand new EP Spectrum, out now. The 4-song EP is laced with driving riffs, propulsive beats and glacial atmospherics, spiked with Beck’s chilling lyrics of lying wolves, spurned lovers, star lights and dark nights that strike like a shard of glass to the heart.

The EP is streaming at Under The Radar HERE

Coves have risen quietly, but elegantly. Last year they released their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Soft Friday’, which won them firm support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe, Huw Stephens and Nick Grimshaw, 6Music’s Lauren Laverne, Don Letts and Radcliffe and Maconie and XFM’s John Kennedy, to name but a few.

Great Lake Swimmers Announce Second Leg Of U.S. Tour; Listen To 'A Forest Of Arms' On WSJ Now

Great Lake Swimmers premiered their upcoming album, A Forest Of Arms, on the Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy yesterday. The record, which will be released on April 21, is the group’s sixth album.

The Canadian folk outfit also announced a second leg of U.S. dates that will begin in June in the Pacific Northwest. The new run will bring the band down the West coast and across the Southern states before ending on the East coast. See below for the complete tour schedule.

As with past albums, Great Lake Swimmers recorded A Forest Of Arms in numerous untraditional locations over the span of several months, covering extensive new territory while remaining true to the group’s refined sound. The album was recorded and engineered by their long time live sound technician Justin Shane Nace and was mixed by the talented Howie Beck (Feist).

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Father John Misty delivered an unforgettable performance on The Late Show with David Letterman in anticipation of his forthcoming album I Love You, Honeybear, which is out February 10 on Sub Pop. The album is produced by Josh Tillman and Jonathan Wilson, mixed by Phil Ek, and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound.

With his Bella Union debut album How To Die In The North due for release 19th January, BC Camplight - one of NW1’s longest serving songwriters - has announced news of a number of UK shows for early next year and unveiled a brilliant video for current single "Just Because I Love You". Written and directed by Seth Fuller, and featuring a brief cameo from BC Camplight himself, this sobering melodrama encapsulates the bittersweet taste of love gone wrong. 

Film & TV
Family Of The Year’s “Hero” Featured In Oscar-Nominated Boyhood

Family of the Year’s “Hero” is the featured track in Richard Linklater’s Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe winning movie Boyhood, appearing in the film, the film trailer and the official Boyhood soundtrack. The single first gained attention following the release of the band’s last album, Loma Vista, when “Hero” went #1 on the Triple A Top 30 Chart and Top 10 at Alternative Radio, leading to appearances on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, CONAN and more.

Guster’s latest studio album Evermotion (Nettwerk/Ocho Mule) is out now. The album, produced by The Shins’ keyboardist and The Black Keys’ touring bassist Richard Swift, offers up the quartet’s most experimental instrumentation and layered arrangements to date.