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Interpol in Brooklyn

New York City indie rock veterans Interpol wrapped up their US tour on Sunday, May 15th at Kings Theatre in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Credited with being on the forefront of the aughts post-punk revival and start of the indie rock movement in the city, Interpol burst on the scene in 2002 with their iconic debut album Turn on the Bright Lights. Twenty years later, the band is set to release their seventh LP The Other Side of Make-Believe in Julyand the new songs blend perfectly into the live set with the band’s classic songs. Check out a photo gallery from the final show of the tour… Read more »


Rock band Interpol recharges for summer festivals

New York rock band Interpol will return to duty this summer for a run of European and North American festival dates, beginning July 3 in Norway. The trek will likely be the last in support of the band’s 2007 album, “Our Love To Admire,” before it gets busy on its next album. The only North American date confirmed so far is the Pemberton Festival in British Columbia on July 26. “We didn’t really do much of the summer festivals last year,” drummer Sam Fogarino told Billboard.com. “It will be the last hit-it-home, end-on-a-good note.” The new album, its first for… Read more »


Interpol: 'The Worst Band on the Planet'

There comes a time in the career of nearly every band when they officially stop listening to what critics have to say about them. For Interpol, you’d think that time is now.See, recently, Britain’s fabulously, er, bandwagon-leaping music publication, the New Musical Express, wrote a fawning review of a live performance by Editors, a band that could charitably be described as “Interpol-esque.” And while the review itself wasn’t exactly newsworthy, the fact that its author chose to kick it off by calling Interpol “the worst band on the planet, a tuneless, talentless shower of Joy Division copyist f—wits” is. Not… Read more »


Interpol's 'Evil' Is More Like 'Creepy': Lens Recap

Some videos dazzle, some are dramatic, some are sexy, and some just make you go, “Huh?” Interpol’s “Evil” might leave you feeling all of the above – but you may never get a good night’s sleep again. “Oh, I hope it’s creepy,” said first-time video director Charlie White. “I intended for it to be two things: spooky and not too hip.” If your ideas of those two things agree with a clip that shows the aftermath of a horrible car crash and its effects on a strangely lifelike, shell-shocked puppet who busts some moves on a gurney, “Evil” is for… Read more »


Interpol's Fans Are About To Get 'Evil'

After Interpol ring in the new year, the quartet with a penchant for wearing black will bestow upon its fans a touch of evil. “Evil” is poised to be the next single off Interpol’s latest album, Antics, according to a Matador Records spokesperson. It follows the band’s current single, “Slow Hands.” A video was shot earlier this month, before the group left for its European tour, and is currently being edited. The clip and the radio single are expected to surface in mid-January. Directed by photographer Charlie White, the clip marks the first time the photogenic band won’t star in… Read more »


Dashboard, Interpol May Be Headed For iTunes As Apple Woos Indies

Just a month after opening its doors, the Apple iTunes store is looking to expand. With content already available from all five major labels, the online music service is reaching out to independent labels in hopes of offering the broadest, deepest catalog of downloadable music. Apple has invited hundreds of indie label representatives to a private presentation on Thursday at the computer giant’s Cupertino, California, campus to discuss hopping onboard and adding their content to the more than 200,000 songs already available through the service. “The plan was to go out of the gate with the five major labels, but… Read more »


Glixen Explores Shallow Connections On Heavy-Hitting “Lust”

Phoenix, Arizona’s shoegaze artists Glixen have just wrapped up various tour dates with Softcult, Glitterer, and fish narc, and they are back with a new heavy-hitting single, “lust.” Previously, the band released track, “foreversoon” highlighting the glow of new love. Conversely, “lust” explores new infatuation, a more superficial connection with a new person. The new track is wrapped in face-melting, fuzzy guitar riffs, which craft an awe-inspiring juxtaposition with ethereal vocals. Check out “lust” below. Lead vocalist Aislinn Ritchie says, “‘lust’ is about the yearning and wanting of somebody and the rush that that person makes you feel. It is a feeling… Read more »


Glixen Sparks A Red-Hued Passion In “foreversoon” Music Video

After dropping their debut single of 2024, titled “foreversoon,” ascending shoegaze darlings Glixen, regarded as an idobi Radio Rising Artist To Listen To In 2024, have now revealed the striking red-hued music video to complement their latest release. The accompanying visual captures the track’s “soft glow” of intimacy, igniting the ethereal release with a subdued passion that harmonizes perfectly with vocalist/guitarist Aislinn Ritchie’s dreamy delivery. Read more: Charlotte Sands Shares Her Top 5 Female Artists That Inspire Her Of the new release, Ritchie shares, “‘foreversoon’ represents blissful moments of new love and intimacy. The song harnesses melancholy chords layered with… Read more »


Glixen Unveils Gritty New Single “foreversoon” Ahead Of Softcult Tour

Emerging shoegaze sensations Glixen, hailed as an idobi Radio Rising Artist To Listen To In 2024, have just unveiled their otherworldly and raw new single, “foreversoon.” Serving as their first release of the year, this track introduces listeners to Glixen‘s ethereal sonic realm as the four-piece prepares to embark on tour, kicking off with a support slot alongside Softcult later this month. The track opens with a gritty, grunge-infused guitar riff, saturating the composition with its edgy energy. As the guitar progression culminates with the song’s crushing drum fills, vocalist/guitarist Aislinn Ritchie seizes command with her dreamy delivery to weave… Read more »

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