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News splash # 10

September 16th, 2010

The twilight sad/ Errors UK co-headline tour starts 29th September ‘The Wrong Car’ EP out 27th September (FatCat).

Cloudland Canyon #1 On The WNYC Radio Chart / Announce US Dates W/ Bear In Heaven / Play Union Pool TONIGHT / Limited Edition 7″ Out Now On Bathetic Records / Fin Eaves Out Now On Holy Mountain Records.

NYC band The So So Glos preps  Low Back Chain Shift  EP, Tours with Matt and Kim, Futureheads.

Tony Castles Premieres “Black Girls in Dresses” On Stereogum / Record Release Party This Friday Sept.17th At Union Pool / US Dates With Tom Tom Club / “No Service” EP Out Sept 21st On Famous Class Records.

Diego And The Dissidents To Release North American Debut with Quite Scientific Records.

Mice Parade ‘What It Means To Be Left-Handed’ (FatCat, 27th Sept) / Maps & Atlases ‘Perch Patchwork’ (FatCat, 4th October) / Surrounded ‘Oppenheimer & Woodstock’ (One Little Indian, 11th October).

The Hundred in The Hands announce Autumn UK tour with !!!

Seven Saturdays releases new EP, gets remixed, premieres new video.

Toro Y Moi announces tour with Nosaj Thing & Jogger, plus new Les Sins 12″ and Daytrotter session.

Young the giant Announce U.S. Shows with The Futureheads & CMJ!

Frankie Rose and the Outs premieres first music video for “Candy”.

Frankie Rose

June 30th, 2010

Frankie Rose has a reputation around Brooklyn. By reputation, we mean her minimal, Maureen Tucker-like beats and iconic presence in such buzz-stirring bands as Crystal Stilts, Dum Dum Girls, and Vivian Girls. Those groups spearheaded a scene that mixed the sounds of lo-fi garage, big reverb-drenched Phil Spector-produced 60s girl groups, the noise aesthetic of the Jesus And Mary Chain with a touch of Velvet Underground and a strong DIY ethic to create a sound that’s influenced a new generation of bands around the world.

At least that’s what she’s been known for up until now. As you’re about to hear on her new group’s self-titled Slumberland Records debut, Frankie Rose and the Outs have their heads in the clouds a bit more than Rose’s previous projects. Listening to the ghostly golden-oldie grooves of songs like “Girlfriend Island,” “Candy” and the pedal-pounding “That’s What People Told Me,” it’s as if the Cocteau Twins and Shangri-Las tracked a split LP with the help of a time machine and a freshly-acquitted Phil Spector. Listen to Little Brown haired girls