Here's the last installment of the Headlights Vibloggeo series. It's a beautiful video that compiles footage from the band on the road during the Wildlife tour. This video is dedicated to Jerry Fuchs, who sadly passed away last year. Jerry was a very very talented drummer of several bands including Maserati, !!!, The Juan MacLean, and Turing Machine. The song used in the video is called "By Your Side" by Beachwood Sparks.
The latest Headlights vibloggeo has arrived! In this episode, the band plays DC, Nick confesses his love for Taco Johns, and the band plays a Halloween show where Nick rocks the Quailman costume. Check it out below.
The new installment of the Headlights Vibloggeo series is here! Check out this week's video - Idaho Peppergrinder - to see the band cruise through The Rockies, record some radio promos, and hang out with a few baby rattlers. Check it out below.
Headlights have made a name for themselves for their nonstop touring schedules and constant traveling. Well, they've just started up another U.S. tour with Pomegranates. This band just doesn't slow down. This time however, they're going to be updating you all with a sweet weekly video blog! Check out the first installment in the Vibloggeo series below. Check back each week for new episodes.
Headlights found some time during their current tour with Pomegranates to stop by Baeble's guest apartment for an exclusive performance. Check out live versions from Wildlife standouts like "Secrets," "Get Going," and "Wisconsin Beaches" below.
Pitchfork just put together a "Top 200 Albums of the 2000's" list and of Montreal's Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer? landed at #63! To check out the whole list, follow the link below. If you aren't familiar with this monumental release, head on over to the PV online store to check it out.
Awesome news! Tonight (3/15), Ida's Elizabeth Mitchell and Daniel Littleton will be singing with Ziggy Marley on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno! Be sure and set your DVRs.
Also, don't forget to check out Mitchell's children's project You Are My Flower. Amazon has a great deal going on where you can download their first album for only $5! Click the links below for more details on The Tonight Show and the Amazon deal.
Asobi Seksu just posted some great photos of the band in the studio recording their upcoming full-length. To see all the photos, head over to the band's Facebook page by clicking the link below. Don't forget to add them as a friend so you can see all their future updates about the new album!
Interview Magazine lived up to it's name and got up close and personal with Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier. Greg tells Interview about the beginning of the band, the benefits and perils of conservatory training in songwriting, and what it's like to start from scratch with each new record. Click the link below to check out the interview!
Hey fellow Twitterinoes! Each day for the entire month of May, we'll be offering a CRAZY deal on one item in our E-Store. Anything is fair game - T-Shirts, albums, DVDs, out of print titles from of Montreal, 31Knots and more! The deals will only be revealed through Twitter, so be sure to follow us and check back every day this month. Today (5/4) it's American Football's s/t full-length as a digital download for only $5! That's cheaper than the burrito I'm about to go buy!
What better way to start the weekend than with a couple Beatles covers? You Aint No Picasso just posted a few awesome ones from James Husband. Songs include "We Can Work it Out" and "What You're Doin To Me." Click the link below to check it out.
James Husband got a chance to talk with Aquarium Drunkard about his love for the influential 70's band Roxy Music. Check out Jamey's top 5 Roxy Music tracks on the Aquarium Drunkard Diversions feature by clicking the link below.
The Ice Cream Man (our favorite festival goer) hung out with James Husband on his way to The AthFest and filmed the whole thing. Check out the video below to see Jamey playing the song "A Grave in the Gravel" at about 3:05 into the piece.
In preparation for James Husband's appearance at this weekend's Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, TX, The Austinist met up with him to talk about his new album, A Parallax I. Jamey will also be playing with of Montreal at the festival as well. Click the links below to get tickets to the festival and to read the Austinist interview.
James Husband will be recording his own version of influential indie outfit Guided by Voices' "Buzzards and Dreaful Crows" for an upcoming Guided by Voices tribute album. The album will also feature The Flaming Lips, Thurston Moore, Blitzen Trapper and more. Click the link below to head over to Consequence of Sound to get all the details on the compilation.
Jamey Huggins, the multi-instrumentalist in of Montreal, was interviewed for Muso's Guide. Jamey goes into how the of Montreal tours are going, people getting crazy at shows, and his new side project under the name James Husband, which will see release this fall on Polyvinyl Records. Click the link below to read the interview.
Year-end favorites lists are rolling in left and right, and it's great to see the critical acclaim keeps coming for Japandroids. The band's "Younger Us," the A Side to the second release of their 7" series, was named Pitchfork's #42 best song of the year. The 7" series was the band's way of giving back to fans, so they could hear new material without having to wait until a proper album came out. Click the link below to see Pitchfork's top 50.
Holy cow! Paste just named Japandroids' "The House That Heaven Built" the #1 song of 2012! AMAZING!!! If you haven't heard the track, check it out above. It appears on the band's album Celebration Rock (which also landed the #8 spot on Paste's Top 50 Albums of 2012 list). Check out both lists at the links below.