Watch: Yellow Ostrich’s “Shades”


Fans of bands like Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr., Peter Wolf Crier, Generationals, Fruit Bats, and The Dodos might want to check out Yellow Ostrich‘s new live video for “Shades.”

The intense new tune can be found on Cosmos, due out February 25.   Don’t forget to catch the band live in Madison at the High Noon Saloon on March 29!

Toro Y Moi’s “Rose Quartz” Vid Unveiled



Toro Y Moi‘s music in an infectious mix of electro, pop, funk, lo-fi, and psychedelia.  He’s truly a unique talent, though his sound has been compared to the likes of artists such as Animal Collective, Washed Out, Neon Indian, and Flying Lotus.

His mesmerizing, painterly video for “Rose Quartz” has just recently been unveiled and takes fans on quite the visual journey.  Take a look below:

Click here to get your tickets to see Toro Y Moi live in Madison at the Barrymore Theater on November 3.  

Step Inside The Making Of Volcano Choir’s Repave

Volcano Choir


Volcano Choir, the collaborative effort of Bon Iver‘s Justin Vernon and members of Collections of Colonies of Bees, will release their debut album, Repave, on September 3.   Take an intimate, profound look into the making of this highly-anticipated album after the jump, and get tickets to their September 27 Madison performance at the Oprheum Theater here.

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Soundcheck Sessions: Murder By Death’s Adam Turla, “No Oath, No Spell”

Murder By Death

True Endeavors’ Justin Kibbel snuck into the green room before Murder By Death‘s show at the High Noon Saloon last Friday night to capture an intimate Soundcheck Session performance of “No Oath, No Spell” by frontman Adam Turla.   Check it out below!

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New Vid From Dan Deacon: “Guilford Avenue Bridge”

Dan Deacon

Hit the road with wild man Dan Deacon in this brand new video for “Guilford Avenue Bridge.”

Tickets to catch him live in Madison opening for Animal Collective at the Orpheum on March 16 go on sale TODAY (January 18) at 10:00am.    Click here to grab yours!

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