Summer, 1996. The Pacific Northwest. Modest Mouse’s debut album, “This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About,” is released by Up Records. The underground – still swooning – holds its collective breath as Built to Spill signs a deal with Warner Brothers to record their follow-up to, “There’s Nothing Wrong With Love.” Pivotal times. The Riot Grrrl movement had re-claimed “the personal as the political,” heralding another wave of feminism and burgeoning movement that went beyond musical expression; yet, genres and subcultures still quarantined the conversation… All the while, Elliott Smith had begun to sing, alone on stage, acoustic guitar in hand.

The Coathangers share new video "Drive" from their latest album 'Suck My Shirt'

The Coathangers share new video “Drive”

The Coathangers hit us with their new video “Drive” which features footage from their adventures in Mexico, California, Switzerland, Spain, France and more via the band’s GoPro cams. It debuted today just in time for their tour kick off headlining the first leg of this year’s Burger Records’ Caravan of Stars Tour; Cherry Glazerr and Together Pangea are set to join. Their latest hard hitting album Suck My Shirt:

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eview of This Will Destroy you's new album 'Another Language', out 9/16 via Suicide Squeeze

Review Of ‘This Will Destroy Yous’ New Album

When Texas trio This Will Destroy You came on the scene in 2005, their take on the ethereal drone and slow climb of post-rock wasn’t the freshest sound on the block, but they were decent at it. Their debut EP Young Mountain had plenty of ethereal guitars and powerful bursts of aggression:

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Dasher share their "Soviet", their New 7" out October

Dasher Premiere their new single “Soviet”

Last year Dasher released their self-released demo Yeah I Know. The demo is a collection of catchy punk indebted to ‘90s touchstones such as Archers of Loaf and My Bloody Valentine, but filtered through a gritty southern hardcore aesthetic. Dasher capture a sense of the south’s old-world doom and it give:

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The Aisler Set Announce reissues of three of their albums,via Slumberland and Suicide Squeeze

The Aislers Set Announce Album reissues

The Aislers Set, who were one of the most beloved indie pop bands of the late 90s / early 2000s. They are re-forming to play some shows around these reissues. This makes up their entire catalog, with another collection of rarities due in early 2015. The two Slumberland albums, Terrible Things Happen and The Last Match, have a street date of Sept. 23. The band’s third album for Suicide Squeeze:

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This Will Destroy You Premiere new Track "Invitation" from their forthcoming full-length , which comes out on September 16th via Suicide Squeeze Records

This Will Destroy You Premiere Track

This Will Destroy You will release their fourth full length LP Another Language September 16th on Suicide Squeeze Records. This week they released “Invitation,” another track from the album. The band plays The Kessler Theater in Dallas, TX on 10/11

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The Aislers Set announce reissue of catalog & West Coast reunion shows, The Aislers se will play their next show September 22nd in Seattle, WA

The Aislers Set reissues and reunion shows

Slumberland Records and Suicide Squeeze Records have joined together to re-release all three albums from indie ­pop band The Aislers Set. The albums have been re­mastered, and in the case of How I Learned To Write Backwards, re­-sequenced. All,

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This Will Destroy You Announce New Album

Since 2004, This Will Destroy You has been forging some of the world’s most brutal and precariously visceral instrumental rock. In addition to a vigorous tour schedule, their celebrated discography and soundtrack,

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