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Disq Announce Debut Album “Collector” and Release Video for ‘Daily Routine’

“Under the name Disq, childhood friends Isaac deBroux-Slone and Raina Bock have emerged out of Madison in recent years as one of the most promising acts operating in the indie-rock sphere, purveyors of guitar songs punchy, catchy, and smart enough to transcend trends.” “Collector is preceded today by a video for opening track “Daily Routine.” It’s a hard-hitting multi-part pop-rock suite that reminds me of the end of Abbey Road given the Car Seat Headrest treatment. “I love my daily routine/ Spend my hours on computer screen,” deBroux-Slone sings. “I lay around for a while/ Get feeling like I’m supposed to be.” In

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Listen: of Montreal’s New Single “You’ve Had Me Everywhere”

Of Montreal, the project of Kevin Barnes, are releasing a new album, UR FUN, on January 17 via Polyvinyl. Now Barnes has shared another song from the album, “You’ve Had Me Everywhere.” Listen to it below, and be sure to catch them w/ Dis Fantasy at The Regent on April 5th! Tickets here!  


Spaceland Holiday Hangover 2020

Spaceland is here to help cure your holiday hangover with this special promo! Take 20% off the following shows for limited time only, Use promo code: HANGOVER at checkout. Offer valid 10am local time on 1/17/20 to 10pm 1/26/20 for select tickets and select shows only, while tickets last.

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Destroyer Releases Video for New Song “Cue Synthesizer”

Destroyer has released the third single from his forthcoming album, Have We Met. “Cue Synthesizer” arrives with a music video directed by David Ehrenreich. Described by Dan Bejar as “maybe the most audacious piece of music Destroyer’s laid to tape,” “Cue Synthesizer” adds a bit of humor to the bandleader’s trademark wordplay. “Cue synthesizer, cue guitar,” he commands over a build-up of instrumentation. Self-aware and much more relaxed, the groover is unlike anything heard on Have We Met so far. Watch the video below and grab tickets to see Destroyer at The Regent Theater on February 23. Grab tickets here. The visuals for “Cue Synthesizer” set it further apart from


January Residency: Figs Vision

The Echo & Wide-eyed Present: We are excited to kick off the new year with Figs Vision! The Los Angeles, electro-pop outfit is our Monday night residency band performing at The Echo in January. FIGS VISION describe their sound as “psychedelic electronic pop.” “What genres are we in? We have heard different things from different people. The Talking Heads. The Cure. The Knife. We say we don’t know. It’s hard from our perspective. Influence wise there is Gil Scott-Heron, Curtis Mayfield and Aphex Twin.” After their 2016 hiatus, Figs Vision — Sixx, Spoliansky, Zackary Darling and Micheal Musselman — released a brand new EP in 2019, entitled Choo Choo. “They seem to have