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Patetico Recordings releases massive Rock Back: Stronger Than The Storm compilation to support international hurricane victims.
SpaceFest! 2017 psych/space rock Music Festival will transform Gdansk, Poland into East European music mecca from December 1st to 2nd.
Texas-based indie rock band Feverbones delivers a pleasant reverie off its upcoming album on Austin Town Hall Records.
Seattle-based indie psych-/stoner rock band Cloud Person rises high with a dynamic live single and accompanying video.
Good news! Big Takeover #81 Fall 2017 issue with Slowdive on the cover has been completed and will be out shortly! And there’s still time for the perfect holiday (or birthday, or other) gift: Big Takeover magazine subscriptions and back issues (like the big enchilada, complete set 1980-2017)! Plus six children’s sizes for our T-Shirts (to go with several Men’s and Women’s sizes) in three colors, as well as our Big Takeover Beer Cozies and (signed if you like) Color 30th Anniversary Festival Posters!
Icelandic indie rock/pop ensemble Jane Telephonda drops the title track off its new album that deals with the mystery of our existence.
Long-standing alternative/goth band autumn releases a dark and dramatic 3-track teaser EP ahead of its upcoming album.
Soul singer and songwriter Wendy Sweetlove embarks on a solo career with the release of her soulful and enticing debut album.
Philadelphia/Brooklyn-based post-punk/math rock trio Heatmap release its stark, but melodic debut EP.
Visual artist, music producer, and lyrics writer Anna Kohlweis (as Squalloscope) delivers her uplifting to gut-punching 5th full-length.
LA-based indie rock band Line & Circle delivers a melodic, restless, and reflective single off its lyrically incisive upcoming EP.
St. Petersburg, Florida shoegaze/indie band Seafang gets all festive on its single for the Snowflakes Christmas Singles Club.
Canadian Doug Hempstead of multi-genre act Area Resident releases his captivating second album and gives track-by-track details.
Veteran guitarist, songwriter, and producer Cody Melville bows a video for a track of his upcoming rock ‘n’ roll album.
Boston-based alternative/synth-pop act Traverse Town drops a poppy single off its upcoming debut album.
Equinox drops a video for a single featuring indie outfit Feral Five off his upcoming electro/funk/post-punk-hued debut album.
Music icon Kristin Hersh performs tonight at City Vineyard in New York City as part of the Voices on the Hudson series.
Brooklyn-based rock ‘n’ roll band Holy Tunics unveils a video filmed around Queens, NYC for a single off its forthcoming album.
Eight-member ensemble The Knells combines art rock with classical sophistication for a unique and entrancing sound on its new album.
Tennessee-based, multi-era-influenced lo-fi garage pop band Mythical Motors runs through a track from its upcoming album.
Chicago-based garage rock band The Safes bows a tuneful, nostalgic single and video off its latest album.
Canadian psych-pop band Father Christmas drifts by with a laid-back and dreamy single from its upcoming second album.
Before kicking off a tour with Modern English, seminal shoegaze band The Veldt drops coolly scintillating lead single off its upcoming EP.
Indie/dark folk musician, artist, and producer Elisa Flynn unveils a psychedelic-tinged video for a song off her upcoming album.
British shoegazer The Virgance embraces darker side of dream-pop and ambient rock on an atmospheric imagined soundtrack album.
Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Alexis Pastuhov, recording under the moniker Bad Galaxy, delivers a riveting live performance exclusive to The Big Takeover.
NJ-based Elk City covers a classic The Motels tune while announcing the band’s signing to Bar/None Records.
Texas-based modern synth-pop act Night Drive lights up on its latest video for a track of its debut self-titled album.
Retro synthwave band Retroglyphs unveils a new ’80s throwback video to celebrate the impending release of a deluxe edition of its debut album.
Contemporary composer, pianist, and producer Bowrain bows a new restless single off his upcoming mainly instrumental album.
Arctic dub DJ and producer David Wesley branches out with experimental music project The Mayhem Lecture Series that explores human behavior.
Singer-songwriter Robert Francis releases an engaging and insightful single from his upcoming lyrically trenchant album.
Susan Hwang and Charlie Nieland of Lusterlist debut a new video inspired by Fortress of Solitude by Jonathan Lethem and filled with images that capture the magic of Brooklyn, NYC.
London-based garage rock band The Franklys drops a dynamic video for its third single off of debut album Are You Listening?
Rock ‘n’ roll living legend Little Richard’s debut album Here’s Little Richard gets the royal treatment with a deluxe reissue for its 60th anniversary.
England-based indie rock band The Yada Yada Yadas blends melodic pop with feedback and fuzz on latest single with accompanying video.
German shoegaze/noise rock trio Jaguwar sparkles on a new dream-pop single and video released ahead of its next album in the new year.
NYC rock ‘n’ roll band The Sweet Things and The Liza Colby Sound team up on a new song released on the day of their joint tour kick-off.
Eclectic DJ Mooji drops a love story narrative cartoon video inspired by the famous CERN particle collider in France.
Ukrainian alternative rock outfit On The Wane drops a lyrically dark, but dynamic new song ahead of its upcoming album.
Spanish psych-rock band Stay unveils an entertaining video for its fast-jangling indie rock single off of its upcoming EP.
Atlanta-based indie rock quintet PLS PLS introduces its latest single, with video, from new album Jet Black.
Manifesto Records releases never-before-heard audio footage of legend Tim Buckley from his performances in 1969 at the Troubadour.
Canadian electro/dream-pop duo Twin Rains publicly unveils a protest song that had been part of Rough Trade’s exclusive A Song A Day campaign.
Members of dream-pop/indie pop band The Luxembourg Signal give a track-by-track rundown of their dynamic, yet reflective and melodic new album.
Canadian country-blues/Americana singer-songwriter releases his robust to reflective, roots music-based new album.
Darkwave and post-punk maestro Slade Templeton (as Crying Vessel) unveils even more brooding darkness and mystery.
Long Island ’90s alt-rock-influenced, garage rock duo Fool Heavy exclusively details each track of its new album Gusto.
French electronic producer Emmanuel Mario, recording as Astrobal, unveils a entrancing song, with video, featuring Stereolab’s Laetitia Sadier.