Monthly Archives: December 2010

Peak Summit set for Jan. 22

Dirty Church Revival, The Vessel, Bloom Street, Several Hundred People, Anthem of the Sun, Stonewheel, Digmond, and DJs Secret Beats and Brainbheats perform at the annual festival, taking place this year at Turners on Jan. 22.

Disappears in the studio

012 Disappears from Kyle Obriot on Vimeo. The Chicago drone-rockers film work on their sophomore album, Guider (Jan. 17/Kranky).

Midnight Spin, “Trigger Finger Itch”

Filmed by Kevin Miller at Comedy Central Studios. The Brooklynites are working on a full-length album.

Shunda K., “I’m Da Best”

The first single off Most Wanted (Jan. 11/Fanatic) is the emcee’s contribution to sex columnist Dan Savage’s It Gets Better project.

Choc Quib Town, “Somos Pacifico”

Gang Of Four, “Never Pay For The Farm”

The first single from British post-punk forefathers’ new album, Content, (Jan. 25/Yep Roc).

LEO Music ’Cast: Jubalson

Jubalson singer-guitarist Brian Ott joins us in the offices to talk about the alt-folk trio’s new four-song EP, Wake. They perform Jan. 29 at Derby City Espresso. Listen: Jubalson

David Wax Museum, “Born With A Broken Heart”

“Born With A Broken Heart” from Anthem Multimedia on Vimeo. “Born With A Broken Heart” appears on the group’s Mexo-Americana album, Everything Is Saved (out Feb. 8). The video was shot partly in Boston subway stations, where David Wax started busking upon his return from a yearlong immersion in folk music in Mexico.

Elizabeth & the Catapult, “You And Me”

Elizabeth & the Catapult debuts video for “You & Me” from its second album, The Other Side Of Zero.

Last Night: earX-travaganza

Last night felt like a sign of the times. Rock stars and rising stars who have benefitted from ear X-tacy, which celebrates 25 years this year, gathered at Headliners to try to return the favor. As the night progressed, the show seemed to stop being about Ear X-Tacy vs. iTunes and became a campaign for […]