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Eyes Behind the Veil – Everlasting Threshold

An eloquent slow burner.

Slowdive play at Rams Head Live

British shoegaze legends Slowdive stopped by Baltimore for a mesmerizing set, drawing from their entire brief, but dense catalog. Despite singer Rachel Goswell mistaking the city for Washington, DC early in the show, drawing ire from local fans, the quintet quickly recovered the crowd’s awe with their beautiful soundscapes and perfectly executed light show.

The Shins at Coca-Cola Roxy

Despite numerous lineup changes and stylistic shifts over a nearly two-decade existence, The Shins remain one of indie rock’s most reliable room fillers. With their calling cards of nostalgia and James Mercer’s songwriting to fall back on, the most recent iteration of the band pulled from one of the genre’s most celebrated catalogs, allowing the thousands in attendance to relive their experiences with their songs.

Arc Waves Deliver Another Powerful Single “Geiger”

New Music to Get Lost In

See Alvvays perform live at Terminal West

Canadian indie-pop rising stars continued a run of sold-out shows off of the strength of sophomore record Anticsocialites, working the crowd into a frenzy with melodic and undeniably catchy songs.

The xx with Perfume Genius live at Coca-Cola Roxy

Touring off the recent release of their third album I See You and fresh off a jam-packed main stage summer festival run, the London-based mood setters played a comparatively intimate show for a sold-out crowd at Atlanta’s newest large-sized concert venue. With opening support from the overqualified indie pop stalwart Perfume Genius, this run of shows has one of the better billings of the fall season.

Hoops – On Letting Go

 All three collections will be available digitally, bundled on vinyl and cassette and out November 10th via Fat Possum.

Depeche Mode bring their Brit-pop to the SAP Center

An epic night of newer and classic tracks.

Alvvays plays Brooklyn Steel

Unfailingly dreamy as the projections on stage mimicked their latest music videos

Widowspeak with their invented sound at The Masquerade.

Dreamy indie folk outfit, on tour in support of new record Expect The Best, played a hypnotic and engaging set in Atlanta

The Shins, Spoon and Day Wave play the CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theater

Touring artists rock San Diego

Jay Som with Stef Chura and Soccer Mommy live at The Masquerade

“Rising indie rock star Jay Som headed a bill filled with introspective and joyous music from fellow promising singer-songwriters Stef Chura and Soccer Mommy.”

Warpaint play with The Dove and The Wolf at Underground Arts

“An Intimate and Mesmerizing Show”

Alexandra Savior – Girlie

A Vibrant Tale

Dream Lake – Midnight Sun

Bringing Memories to Life

Following radio spins by
John Kennedy
,
BBC Radio 1
͛
s Huw Stephens
&
Phil Taggart
and
6 Music
͛
s Tom
Ravenscroft
and
Steve Lamacq (as Featured Artist Of The Week)
,
recording sessions with Bill Ryder Jones
and Spring King
͛
s Tarek Musa ensued
.
After a year of performing packed-out shows and numerous festivals
across UK and France
,
the trio found their way into the pages of style magazines such as
i-D
,
Wonderl
and
and
Nylon
,
#7 Spotify viral charts
with last years floor filler
͚
He Sings
͛
.
They finished the year as part of
DIY
͛
s Class of 2017
,
NME’s
͚
100 for 2017
͛
and
14th most blogged artist of 2016
on the
Hype Machine Zeitgeist
end of year list.

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