Now Streaming: Zola Jesus’ “Avalanche”

Zola Jesus

She may have left Wisconsin for sunnier California skies, but if the name of her latest track is any indication, Zola Jesus hasn’t forgotten about the (sometimes) frigid land she once called home.

The contemplative “Avalanches” drips with strings and vocals that remind us of something falling between Joni Mitchell and Sharon Van Etten.  Have a listen here, courtesy of NPR.

Now Streaming: IO Echo’s “Ministry Of Love”

IO Echo

In exactly one week, Garbage will take the stage at the Orpheum Theater for their highly-anticipated homecoming performance.  Perhaps just as exciting, though not as celebrated (yet!), is the opportunity to catch Los Angeles’ otherworldly duo IO Echo open the show.

You can now stream the band’s debut full-length album, Ministry Of Love, over at Pitchfork before its official release this Tuesday.  Check it out and let us know what you think!

Get your tickets to see both IO Echo and Garbage at the Orpheum on April 7 right here.  

Now Streaming: Chelsea Light Moving’s Debut

Chelsea Light Moving


Been wondering what Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore has been up to these days?  Well, he has a new band and a soon-to-be-released album, the self-titled Chelsea Light Moving, on the way, which the indie rock community has been buzzing about for quite some time now.

NPR recently made all of the album’s tracks available for your listening pleasure here.  Tell us what you think in the comments section below!

You can catch Chelsea Light Moving live in Madison at the High Noon Saloon on March 28.  Get tickets here.  

Now Streaming: El Ten Eleven’s “Transitions”


El Ten Eleven

Before this post-rock duo hits The Frequency’ stage this Wednesday (October 17), we invite you to take a listen to their latest album, Transitions, in its entirety.

Click here to pick up your tickets to the show.


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Now Streaming: Woods’ “Sun and Shade”

Woods Sun and Shade

The latest album from lo-fi psychedelic folk rockers Woods (think Kurt Vile, The Fresh & Onlys, Real Estate) will be released on June 14, but you can check out all the songs on Sun & Shade right here, right now!   Just try not to fall in love after hearing those first bright, beautiful jangly tones ring out…

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