Listen to “This Is The World Of The Theater”

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Listen to “This Is The World Of The Theater, the latest song from ‘Whiteout Conditions’.

Also, read Carl’s interview with Noisey where he discusses the new record here.

Pre-order ‘Whiteout Conditions’, out on 4/7, here.

“Things I Like”, a playlist curated by Carl

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Listen to “Things I Like”, a playlist of songs currently enjoyed by AC Newman here.

Announcing ‘Whiteout Conditions’ / Listen to “High Ticket Attractions”

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We are so excited to share that our new album ‘Whiteout Conditions’ is out on April 7th! First album on our own record label Collected Works Records. Our new friends at Dine Alone Records are releasing the album in Canada.

All tickets to the US tour dates come with a download of the album and the option to purchase the album on vinyl for a discounted price.

Watch the interactive video for “High Ticket Attractions” here.

AC Newman Contributes New Song “Our Nero” to Protest Compilation Album

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AC Newman contributed a new track to a protest album, ‘Battle Hymns’ organized by indie rock duo Quasi. ‘Battle Hymns’ is a compilation album created in direct response to the current political situation in the U.S.A. The collection of songs features new songs from artists Stephen Malkmus, Doug Martsch (of Built to Spill), Mary Timony, and more. Purchase the album here.

All proceeds divided equally between Planned ParenthoodThe ACLU, and

The New Pornographers On Tour This April & May

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Excited to share that The New Pornographers will be touring this April & May! Waxahatchee will be opening the shows.

Tickets on sale now here.

4-12 // Los Angeles, CA // Theatre at The Ace Hotel
4-13 // Oakland, CA // Fox Theater
4-14 // Bend, OR // Midtown Ballroom
4-15 // Seattle, WA // Moore Theatre
4-16 // Portland, OR // Wonder Ballroom
4-18 // Minneapolis, MN // First Avenue
4-19 // Chicago, IL //  The Metro
4-20 // Milwaukee, WI // Pabst Theater
4-21 // Chicago, IL // The Metro
4-22 // Columbus, OH // Newport Music Hall
4-25 // Boston, MA // House of Blues
4-26 // New York, NY //Terminal 5
4-27 // Philadelphia, PA // Union Transfer
4-28 // Washington, DC // 9:30 Club
5-01 // Raleigh, NC // Ritz
5-02 // Atlanta, GA // Variety Playhouse
5-03 // New Orleans, LA // Tipitina’s
5-04 // Houston, TX // White Oak Music Hall
5-05 // Dallas, TX // Granada Theater
5-06 // Austin, TX // Stubb’s

Fancey’s New Song, “Baby Sunshine”, Streaming on Stereogum

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Todd Fancey’s new song “Baby Sunshine” premiered via Stereogum. Listen here.

Fancey’s new album ‘Love Mirage’ is out 1/27/17.
1. Baby Sunshine
2. Dream All Night
3. Witch Attack!
4. Turn Around Baby
5. Wander
6. Carrie
7. In The Morning Light
8. Love Mirage
9. Disco Angel
10. Baby Love

AC Newman on Drunk History

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AC Newman was featured on Drunk History in a sketch about Thomas Edison. Watch here.

AC Newman on Song Exploder

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AC Newman​ will be discussing “Brill Bruisers” during a live taping of Song Exploder​ on November 14th at The Greene Space. Tickets available here.

Kathryn Calder’s new song streaming on Stereogum

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Kathryn Calder‘s new song “New Millennium” is now streaming on Stereogum! Listen here and check out her new tour dates:

09/06 Hamilton, ON @ Gage Park Series
09/07 Waterloo, ON @ Jane Bond
09/08 Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall w/ Etiquette
09/09 Wakefield, QC @ Blacksheep Inn
09/10 Montreal, QC @ Quai Des Brumes w/ Vaisseau D’Or
09/11 New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge w/ Overlake
09/13 Washington, DC @ Gypsy Sally’s w/ Adam Ezra

Destroyer’s album streaming on NPR Music

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Destroyer‘s album Poison Season is now streaming on NPR Music!

“As is often the case in Bejar’s work, he touches upon the rock music that came before him, his whispers on Poison Season bringing to mind the likes of Bryan Ferry’s weary playboy circa Avalon, as well as Al Stewart’s gentle croon on Year Of The Cat. But Destroyer is judicious to draw from the more neglected corners of the canon, too. Certain turns of phrase bring to mind singers like Scott Walker and Harry Nilsson when they’d all but sabotaged their careers, avoiding all the concessions of pop in favor of their own muses’ peculiar paths.”- NPR Music

Listen to it here.