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There’s a fantastic new video for “The Traveller” from the latest Beach House album, Thank Your Lucky Stars!

Beach House has just released “The Traveller,” their first official video from their latest album Thank Your Lucky Stars. The new visual was directed by Jennifer Juniper Stratford, media artist and founder of Telefantasy Studios, an analog media lab dedicated to the creation of avant-garde television and experiments in video. The video was ...

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Clipping Share Details + Dizzying Visuals For Sci-Fi/Dystopian Full-Length ‘Splendor & Misery’

Last night, Clipping dropped these dizzying visuals for new track “Baby Don’t Sleep” and details of their new full-length Splendor & Misery, a Sci-Fi/dystopian concept album due out September 9th on Sub Pop/Deathbomb Arc.Clipping are producers Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson, along with rapper/lyricist Daveed Diggs. [Yes THAT Daveed Diggs...

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Mass Gothic Share New Track “A Run” From ‘Sup Goth’ Digital EP (out 8/5) + Tour w/Kyle Craft

Mass Gothic will release their Sup Goth digital EP on August 5th worldwide through Sub Pop Records (that’s US!). The 5-song effort was recorded in New York this past spring, shortly after the release of Mass Gothic. Where the group’s self-titled debut chronicled the depths of depression, Sup Goth is the resulting catharsis.  The EP is also a col...

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Listen To Brand New Track “Try My Robe” off GOAT’s Upcoming Album ‘Requiem’

Sub Pop is pleased to announce the release of Requiem by Swedish psych-rock collective GOAT. Requiem is the band’s third full-length and their second for Sub Pop, and the 13-track album features the songs “Try My Robe,” “Alarms,” and “Union of Sun and Moon.” Requiem finds GOAT focusing more on their subdued, bucolic ritualism than psilocybin fre...

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No Fly List: Notes from Sub Pop’s Airport Store (July 2016)

As the days get warmer, and the airport gets busier, I can’t help but think about all of the Sub Pop bands tearing it up on tour and crushing the summer music festival circuit. While many great festivals have already occurred this year, such as Coachella, Sasquatch, and Bonnaroo, there are still plenty more to discover, some in your own backyard...

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