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Janice Headley

  • I would've loved to see the faces on the suburban stay-at-home parents when UK post-punk band Savages took the stage on Ellen yesterday afternoon. "I love finding new, interesting, unique music, and I love this next band," Ellen said in her introduction. Watch them perform the track "Adore" below. And studio audience members all received a copy of the Matador Records release Adore Life, which I hope they all blasted from their mini-vans on the drive home. [Consequence of Sound]

  • New York psych-band Woods share a video for the track "I See in the Dark" off their latest full-length City Sun Eater in the River of Light. The clip was made in collaboration with Habitat Skateboards, a manufacturer of professional skateboard decks, shoes, apparel, and wheels. The band are setting out on tour this week with UK duo Ultimate Painting, and to commemorate the tour, they've released a split tour-only 7" limited to a 1,000 copies. Watch the video, and stream the tracks below: [Under the Radar] and [Stereogum]

  • In honor of 4/20, stoner-sweetheart Colleen Green shares the new track "Green My Eyes," off her forthcoming self-titled EP, out May 13th on metallic gold cassette only via Infinity Cat Recordings. Check it out below: [Spin]

  • We've got more new music to share from the forthcoming collaboration between Neko Case, k.d. lang, and Laura Veirs, simply titled case/lang/veirs. Stream the single "Honey and Smoke" below. case/lang/veirs hits stores on June 17th via ANTI-, and the trio hit the Woodland Park Zoo on Thursday, June 30th. [Under the Radar]

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