While at their show at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, Asobi Seksu sat down for an interview with Indie Rock Reviews. James and Yuki dive into topics like touring, songwriting, and what they lilstened to growing up. Follow the link below to read the interview.
Asobi Seksu will perform live on KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic today. What a way to start off the morning! The band starts playing at 11:15 a.m. Pacific, so hurry up and get your online streaming on! Follow the link below to stream the show.
Modern Mystery posted a great review of Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin's show at the Mercury Lounge in NYC. Check out the video of the song "Modern Mystery" and the review below. Oh, and don't forget to check out Will's awesome lumberjack beard!
Headlights have been on a touring rampage this past month with The Love Language and their show at the Bell House in Brooklyn, NY was featured on We Heart Music. Click the link below to check out the review and then head over to our tour page to check out Headlights' upcoming dates with Loney Dear.
Uncensored Interview sat down with Loney Dear frontman Emil Svanängen and posted a bunch of...well, interveiws. Emil talks about everything from musical inspiration to airports. Check out one of them here and then click the link below to check it the rest.
Asobi Seksu's tour with Yann Tiersen has been gaining tons of recognition. Tiny Mixtapes reviewed Tuesday's show at Logan Square Auditorium in Chicago, providing insight into how the shows have been going. Click the link below to check out the review.
of Montreal stopped by a few radio stations for some acoustic performances recently. The first, from 89.7 WTMD Baltimore, is a jammed out version of the Skeletal Lamping track "Beware Our Nubile Miscreants." The second video, taken from 90.7 WFUV, is a Beatles cover of "I'm So Tired." The videos have all been posted to Pitchfork, You Aint No Picasso, Stereogum. Check out WFUV's blog, The Alternate Side, for an acoustic performance of the newest unreleased song "Croquet, Croquet." Enjoy!
of Montreal's 3 night stretch at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in New York has been gaining much notoriety throughout the blog world. Not only did Janelle Monae stop by for these shows, but of Montreal unveiled 2 new songs! Click the links below to check out coverage from FUEL TV, Brooklyn Vegan, Prefix, The Tripwire, and photos by Cory Schwartz of Getty Images. Above photo by Rez Avissar.
Asobi Seksu's show at the Bowery Ballroom in New York has gotten a ton of recognition lately. Amongst the sold out crowd was The Ice Cream Man! From what I hear, there wasn't any ice cream for Asobi Seksu, but there was a sweet review on the website with photos by Bobby Lin. Click the link below to check it out.
Wanna know where to get the cheapest mexican food in New York? Who better to ask than Cale Parks? New York's Gothamist sat down with Cale for an interview with questions ranging from his experience at SXSW to his favorite New York venues...and a lot of other random stuff. Click the link below to check out the interview.
Brightest Young Things posted an Asobi Seksu Listening Party today for your Wednesday afternoon enjoyment! In the feature, Yuki gives fans some insight about how some of the songs off Hush came to fruition. There's also a couple songs to stream along with great photos for your viewing pleasure. Click the link below to check it out.
Woxy.com posted a SXSW recap of Asobi Seksu's live session. The band kicked off their stay at SXSW by performing 4 songs for Woxy.com. Click the link below to check out the recap and to hear the songs.
Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin brought the rock at their show at Schuba's in Chicago on Monday. Venus Zine wrote a review of the show with some great pictures by Emily Chow. Click the link below to check it out.