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Indie Roundup | 120 Songs To Bring You To Your Knees This Weekend (Part...

Mike Matteson can see the end coming closer, L'Orange and Namir Blade dream on, Asthma Castle build a new facade, Hearts Apart feel lonely — though I don't see...

Indie Roundup | 120 Songs To Bring You To Your Knees This Weekend (Part...

Bealby Point look up, B Streezy does it for the gram, Gizelle Smith brings two for the show, Anomalie and Chromeo are champing at the bit — and I...

Indie Roundup | 120 Songs To Bring You To Your Knees This Weekend (Part...

The D.O.O.D. can't abide the light, Napoleon make tracks, American Television fly the flag, The Ruddy Ruckus want you to hang in there — and so do I; there's...

Indie Roundup | 120 Songs To Bring You To Your Knees This Weekend (Part...

Heavy Water hit the bricks, Artillery get all up in your head, Fargo roll the bones, Midnite City keep it dark — but there's plenty of lighter fare to...

Indie Roundup | 120 Songs To Bring You To Your Knees This Weekend (Part...

Les Envahisseurs invade your personal space, Femur make no bones about it, Eliza & The Delusionals put you in the spotlight, Polo & Pan turn art into child's play...

Indie Roundup | 120 Songs To Bring You To Your Knees This Weekend (Part...

Whitehorse won't be pushed around, Velvet Two Stripes are running hot, Tedeschi Trucks Band play dominos with Trey Anastasio, Los Straitjackets are some bad hombres, The Flatlanders are on...

Albums Of The Week: Shevils | Miracle Of The Sun

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Norwegian post-hardcore outfit Shevils are finally back. Their two previous albums Lost in Tartarus (2013) and The White Sea (2015) collected praise and acknowledgement nationally...

Albums Of The Week: Beastwood | The Long Road To Ho

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Music that should be played during every Patrick Swayze bar fight ever” just might be the most accurate description one could ever come up with...

Albums Of The Week: Vokonis | Odyssey

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Swedish heavy prog-metal-trio Vokonis are here to daze you with their furious sludge-vibe and melodic passages. Drenched in blasting distortion and menace, Vokonis are ready...

Albums Of The Week: Grave Flowers Bongo Band | Strength Of Spring

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “With a darkish, distorted sound, Grave Flowers Bongo Band blend the scuzzy psychedelia of the late ’60s with the uncooked energy of the scene that...

Albums Of The Week: Tony Allen | There Is No End

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Revered jazz drummer and Afrobeat figurehead Tony Allen’s final album There Is No End features guest appearances by Damon Albarn, Ben Okri, Skepta, Sampa The...

Albums of The Week: The Bamboos | Hard Up

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Bandleader Lance Ferguson and his nine-piece Melbourne outfit The Bamboos have come a long way since forming in 2001. Initially inspired by the instrumental raw...

Albums Of The Week: Corduroy | Winky Wagon 2: The Rest Of The Psy-Fi...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “A great outcry; a follow-up desired; the first insufficient to needs; a second volume of the funky outfit’s acclaimed psy-fi experiments required; another collection of...

Albums Of The Week: Iceage | Seek Shelter

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “A decade on from their first record, Iceage continue to harness their lives together through music. This journey, in music and life, has never progressed...

Albums Of The Week: Alex Chilton & The Hi Rhythm Section | Boogie Shoes:...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Memphis is a city with music in its blood. When Fred Ford, co-founder of the Beale Street Music Festival, was diagnosed with cancer, David Less...

Albums Of The Week: Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert & Jon Randall | The Marfa...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert and Jon Randall’s album The Marfa Tapes is a collection of beautifully intimate and raw songs written and recorded together in the...

Albums Of The Week: Nancy Wilson | You And Me

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “With her band Heart, Nancy Wilson has recorded 16 albums and sold over 35 million albums worldwide. Within that history-making career, You and Me represents...

Albums Of The Week: The Mighty Mighty BosstoneS | When God Was Great

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The Mighty Mighty BossToneS are a band on a mission. Since their formation, the pioneering ska-punk act has eschewed musical trends, survived the pitfalls of...

Albums Of The Week: Van Morrison | Latest Record Project: Volume 1

Let's face it: Van Morrison has always been a miserable bastard. But even he was diplomatic and disciplined enough to rein it in on his albums — until now....

Albums Of The Week: Tony Joe White | Smoke From The Chimney

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Smoke from the Chimney is a nine-song album of never-before-heard Tony Joe White tunes produced by Dan Auerbach and fleshed out by Nashville's most seasoned studio...

Albums Of The Week: Weezer | Van Weezer

No,it's not really a metal album — not according to my definition of metal, anyway. But Van Weezer is certainly a solidly rocking Weezer disc. Their hardest-hidding in many...

Tess Anderson | Northern Lights: Exclusive Premiere

Tess Anderson falls in love under the Northern Lights in her intimate new single — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. As her dusted-honey vocals drift across a backdrop of twinkling keyboards...

Sunday Morning | Anna Says: Exclusive Premiere

Sunday Morning paint a beautifully bleak portrait of hope and desperation with their intense single Anna Says — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. A lush, smouldering dream-pop ballad laced with searing...

Peter Duff | The To-Do List: Exclusive Premiere

Peter Duff turns downbeat thoughts into upbeat pop with his disarmingly revealing single and video The To-Do List — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. On the California singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and...

Late-Night TV Music (Full Slate Edition) | May 6, 2021

Well, this doesn't happen often. For the first time in a long time, today's Late-Night TV Music instalment features a full slate of performances from all five of the...

Blinker The Star | Some Are Lakes: Exclusive Premiere

Blinker The Star polish up a vintage indie-rock nugget with the new single Some Are Lakes — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. For Blinker’s first release since November's Juvenile Universe album, musical...

Heremotionss | Little Lady: Exclusive Premiere

Heremotionss is not your Little Lady in her defiantly strong new single — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. The followup to the New York electro-pop singer-songwriter's intoxicating single Running — which...

Emilie Roberts | Nervous: Exclusive Premiere

Emilie Roberts says you make her Nervous in her confident new single — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. Produced by Jordan Honsinger and written by Madeline Merlo, Emma Lee and Jimmy...

20 Questions With Fixers

There are no quick fixes in this life. Not even for Fixers. It's been nearly 10 years since the Oxford quintet released their debut album We'll Be The Moon....

Indie Roundup | 57 Songs To Shiver Your Timbers This Thursday (Part 3)

The Stools drop a deuce, Marcus finds redemption, Prudence looks heavenward, T. Hardy Morris hits rock bottom — but your Thursday Roundup is going out on a high note,...

Indie Roundup | 57 Songs To Shiver Your Timbers This Thursday (Part 2)

Andrew W.K. raises a holy racket, Tooth and Claw do the math, Stöner come up empty, Highway Queen give you a warning — but there's no danger ahead in...

Indie Roundup | 57 Songs To Shiver Your Timbers This Thursday (Part 1)

Jim Ward shares a secret, The Neverlutionaries fight the good fight, Hundred Headless Horsemen become animals, Health and NiN get it together — and they're far from the only...

Huguette Lavigne Makes Her Piano Dance On Rails

Huguette Lavigne takes you on a musical journey with her sparkling new single and video Rails — showcasing today on Tinnitist. Featuring a lovely, dancing melody supported by ascending arpeggios,...

Teresinha Landeiro Looks Forward to Amanhã

Teresinha Landeiro looks to the future her timely new single and video Amanhã — showcasing today on Tinnitist. When Vogue asked the Portuguese singer-songwriter whether she prefers the past or the...

Arsenal Mills Want You To Cry No More

Arsenal Mills dry your tears with a blast of retro-rock nostalgia on their new single and lyric video Cry No More — showcasing today on Tinnitist. The latest preview of...

Late-Night TV Music (Lemons -> Lemonade Edition) | May 5, 2021

These days, you just have to make the best of things. You don't need me to explain. That's not why I'm here. I'm here to tell you about yesterday's...

Indie Roundup (No-Frills Edition) | 38 Songs To Shock Your Monkey This Wednesday

I have been way too busy today to edit a bunch of badly written press releases into blurbs for a typical roundup. But as always, there are a ton...

20 Questions With King Bong

King Bong’s music is a trip. But perhaps not in the way you expect. Unless, that is, you expect to hear a psychedelic-rock trio from Italy unspooling 20-minute-long instrumental...

Late-Night TV Music (Different Directions Edition) | May 4, 2021

You know those days when you're being pulled in six directions at once? Welcome to my Wednesday. Thankfully, Tuesday's Late-Night TV Music offerings were slightly more organized. You had...

Now Hear This: Two Tracks From Los Lobos’ Native Sons Covers Album

Los Lobos are sticking close to home for their next album. Native Sons, the veteran L.A. band's 17th studio release, is a covers album featuring songs by a slate...

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