FIGHTING A WAR TONIGHT.

Detroit’s finest Flint Eastwood steps out this week with a brand new anthem on “Queen”, from her forthcoming EP on Neon Gold this spring. Perfectly capturing the spirit of the moment ahead of Women’s Marches across the nation this weekend, it’s an empowering call to arms at a time when we need it most.

PULSE AND TEMPO ON THE NEON LINE.

Brand new comeback heat from The Knocks out tomorrow. “TROUBLE” featuring Absofacto, off the forthcoming TESTIFY EP coming February 3rd. Catch them live on the Feel Good Feel Great Tour next month, tickets on sale now.

VICTIM OF EMOTION.

sankaGreat Good Fine Ok have spent the past two years establishing themselves as NYC’s most prolific pop maestros, and today return with perhaps their great good finest offering to date on brand new body diamond “Everything To Me”. GGFO kick off 2017 with their biggest headline run to date crusading across North America with support from Flor, get involved here.

DO YOU KNOW THE SECRET.

sanka22 year old Jacksonville native Rania Woodard is LANNDS, the alias under which she’s been weaving together spellbinding electronic tapestries for the past year. Debut single “Still” arrived under cover of darkness last summer and today she steps further into the light with sterling sophomore offering “Wide Awake”, all delicate synths and twitching, tensile beats reminiscent of Cathedrals or London Grammar and born from collaboration with producer Brian Squillace. Get familiar below.

POPSHOP NYC: B.MILES + MORGXN

popshop070-12016 was a tough year, but guess what? 2017 is going to be better, because it can’t possibly not be. And starting the year off right, we’ve got our first Popshop of 2017 coming in hot January 20th, starring none other NYC’s own B.Miles and LA nightcrawler Morgxn topping the marquee at Baby’s All Right. Tickets on sale now.


POPSHOP NYC: AN EMOTIONAL HOLIDAY.

popshop069We know it’s been a tough year. And so do Captain Cuts. So we figured what better way to close out an extremely angsty 2016 than with an extremely emotional holiday party, headlined by none other than Cuts themselves, bringing their legendary emo set east for the very first time. And what better way to mark the occasion than with a brand new mixtape, as the guys unveil The Life of Emo today as a follow up to last December’s instantly viral If You’re Listening It’s Never Too Late. Dive into the new mix below, and catch Cuts as they bring the mixtape to life next Friday, December 9th at Baby’s All Right, with support from none other than Friendly Greg. Even better, it’s *FREE* with RSVP at DoNYC HERE. But trust us, you’re going to want to come out early, as anyone whose seen the hundreds deep line of people trying to get into their LA sets every month can tell you, Cuts tend to pack things out fasttt.

THE TRUTH IN DISGUISE.

Brooklyn newcomers Me Not You step out from oblivion this week with debut single “Bulletproof”, fluttering to earth somewhere between the soaring vocals and skyscraping melodies of Mew and hazy day hypnosis of Tame Impala. Get familiar.

BRING THAT FIRE.

The Knocks have one of the undisputed bangers of the year in new single “HEAT”, and today Manila Killa comes in hot with an unfathomably huge remix to take you hard into the weekend. Arriving with it is the announcement of guys’ Feel Good Feel Great Tour, running wild across North America in February and March and wrapping up with their biggest headline to date at Terminal 5 on March 25th. Get ready with their Bieber tour recap video above, and get your tickets HERE while you can.

SWEATING ALL YOUR SINS OUT.

Matt Maeson‘s voice first stopped us in our tracks last winter, and today we pull back the curtain on his debut single “Cringe”. Hailing from Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay, Maeson cut his teeth touring prisons and biker rallies with his minister parents, an upbringing that weighs heavily on his songwriting, full of desperation and redemption and love. As profound and arresting as Jeff Buckley or King Krule, “Cringe” takes hold with a troubled and tensile grace, the first single taken from his forthcoming Who Killed Matt Maeson EP. Matt makes his UK live debut next week supporting Lewis Del Mar at Dingwalls on the 21st and Tigertown at Kamio the 23rd, ahead of his debut EP release on Neon Gold / Atlantic in early 2017.

POPSHOP NW: KEVIN GARRETT

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The latest Popshop outpost arrives in Seattle next month with Flor and Lostboycrow (tix here), and we’re keeping things rolling into 2017 with back-to-back nights of Popshop Northwest, bringing Kevin Garrett to Lo-Fi on February 9th, one night before MUNA tops the marquee at The Sunset. Presented in conjunction with our friends at The Crocodile, tickets for Kevin Garrett are on sale this Friday at 9am.

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