Watch again online!
Finale Friday 7E/4P
Rate your fave today!
Watch online now!
August 9th, 2011
Swedish producer The Field, or Axel Willner to his mom, will return this October 25th with his third album. Looping State of Mind was recorded in Kompakt’s studios in Cologne, Germany by Willner, and it was mixed by The Modernist. (Via One Thirty BPM)
Guelph, Ontario’s Memoryhouse are only a month away from re-releasing their debut EP on Sub Pop, and now they have both a video and some tour dates to help promote The Years. The duo will play three Canadian dates (two in Toronto, one in Montreal) at the beginning of September, before embarking on a tour supporting Peter Bjorn & John and then The Radio Dept. Today the band also released a new video for the song “Quiet America.” (Via Under the Radar)
Def Jux founder and former Company Flow producer El-P has signed to Fat Possum. Despite owning his own label, which went on hiatus last year, the influential producer/artist inked a deal to release his forthcoming album, Cancer for Cure, most likely in the new year. (Via Prefix)
Edmonton’s Gobble Gobble have announced plans to change their name. Deciding on Born Gold, the electro pop act issued a statement that reads: “We have been slowly coaxing this caterpillar into a butterfly with our fists. Check it out, girl — a new face to fit both our past to date and the futuresex we are slowly growing into. Stand before a mirror, hold your palm over your right eye, and repeat Born Gold six times.” Uh huh… The name change comes as the band get ready to release their next album, Bodysongs, on September 20th. (Via Exclaim!)
And it is official: Former Alexisonfire guitarist/singer Wade MacNeil has joined Gallows. MacNeil gave an interview with Alternative Press, explaining how it came to be and that the band is hard at work on new material. (Via Alternative Press)Tweet