Finally back on a steady tear with their writing, Toronto’s Death From Above (now free of their 1979) isn’t sticking to their classic garage…Read More
Death from Above 1979 are a Toronto-based Canadian alternative rock/noise rock duo. Their only full-length album, You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine, was released in late 2004. The band broke up in 2006, but announced a reunion in 2011.
The opening day at RBC Ottawa Bluesfest 2017 was a packed affair, and we got up close for everything from pounding punk music, to…Read More
Sonic assailants Death From Above have announced that they will hit the road with their friends Black Rebel Motorcycle Club for a co-headlining U.S….Read More
Today, Third Man Records has announced the release of Death From Above 1979’s new live EP. For over 10 years, Jesse Keeler and Sebastien…Read More
Saturday night was one of the few nights of the year where adrenaline and raw pleasure decided to pay boring old Ottawa a visit….Read More
Context shouldn’t have to be relevant for enjoying a record but it’s typically an unavoidable variable. For a band so synonymous for the scene in which they emerged, its’ especially difficult to not think of a new record from the band of what it is in 2014.
Death From Above 1979:
Dance-punk duo Death From Above 1979 have revealed details about their new album, including the title, cover art, and track-listing. The Physical World will be released by Last Gang Records on September 9, 2014. The digital pre-order,Read More
New York’s resident funkateers made the TV debut for their newest single, “Sexy Socialite”, off their fourth studio album, White Women, coming in 2014. Backed by indie-rock gods Death From Above 1979 and a full gospel choir, Dave 1, P-Thugg and their notorious,Read More
Sebastien Grainger is a master of sound. His ability to manipulate melodies and vocals into gritty perfection has never been more obvious than on his upcoming solo release, Yours To Discover, set to hit stores on November 12th 2013 via Last Gang Records. While,Read More