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LATE NIGHT // Tig Notaro Appears On ‘Conan’, Plays Chicago A.V. Club / The Onion Comedy Fest In June

In case you missed it Tig Notaro stood up and told some truths on Conan last night for his first in a week of shows in Dallas, Texas. She talked about firetrucks, when not to go swimming, and more. Watch her appearance on the late night show above, on YouTube, or here on teamcoco.com.

Get Tig’s fantastic Grammy-nominated sophomore album LIVE from Secretly Canadian Distribution or from iTunes now.

Tickets also just went on sale to see Tig at The A.V. Club / The Onion‘s 1st Annual 26th Annual Comedy Festival in Chicago June 12th-14th. Grab them here.

See all her upcoming tour dates at secretlycanadian.com/tour.

ALBUM ANNOUNCE // Woman’s Hour ‘Conversations’ Debut Album Out July 14th (15 US), Stream Title Track “Conversations” Now





London four-piece Woman’s Hour today announce their highly anticipated debut album Conversations out July 14th (15th in the US) on Secretly Canadian. Preview the new album by streaming the title track “Conversations” above or via our Soundcloud / Youtube.

Pre-order Conversations via iTunes, Amazon, SC Distribution / deluxe bundle, and your local record store.

If you missed them at SXSW, look through a photo diary of the band’s adventures on Urban Outfitters’ blog.

Click read more to see album artwork, track listing, and tour dates with Metronomy continuing tonight in Amsterdam.
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ALBUM RELEASE // The War On Drugs ‘Lost In The Dream’ Out Now, Tour Starts Tonight In Philadelphia

It’s been over two years since The War On Drugs‘ critically praised album, Slave Ambient, came out and the Philadelphia band’s newest offering, Lost In The Dream is now out worldwide.

Setting up shop along the East Coast in Philadelphia, North Carolina, New York, and New Jersey, Adam Granduciel of TWOD somehow found time to record the new album between two years of constant touring. Lost In The Dream is a familiar kick in the gut reminding listeners what music is supposed to sound like, making you want to run Rocky-style through the streets (or at least us anyways).

If you haven’t already seen them, get in-depth look at the story behind the new album from this fantastic Grantland profile and this great feature from Stereogum.

Lost In The Dream is available now from your local record store, SC Distribution, Amazon, or on iTunes.

Critics praise the new album:

“the band’s most lustrous, intricately detailed, and beautifully rendered record to date”

- Pitchfork | Best New Music

“If Slave Ambient represented a breakthrough, this one is an out-and-out star-maker that should rank among the year’s best albums”

- SPIN | 9/10

“Adam Granduciel’s impassioned songs stop short of lighters- aloft choruses, twisting buffed-up sounds into exquisite shapes”

- The Guardian | ★★★★

Click read more to see TWOD’s tour dates with all the ticket links here.
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WATCH // Gardens & Villa Share New “Colony Glen” Video Via Stereogum, On Tour Now, ‘Dunes’ Out Now

If you missed it, Gardens & Villa‘s second album, Dunes came out a few weeks ago. The boys already graced us with a deadpan, VHS tinted video for “Bullet Train” via director Tony Katai, and today they share a new video for “Colony Glen”, the second song to get the video treatment from G&V’s newest album Dunes. This second 80′s inspired video is directed by Hans Lo who also created the band’s artwork for Dunes.

So push aside your copies of Blade Runner and Tron on Betamax and watch the new video above via Stereogum premiere or on Vevo / YouTube / Daily Motion.

On tour now supporting the new release, the boys have just announced additional shows including their first 2014 European dates supporting Broken Bells in London, Paris, Brussels, Berlin, and Amsterdam. Click read more below to see all tour dates and ticket links.

If you haven’t already, get the band’s new album Dunes from iTunes, Amazon, SC Distribution, and your local record store.
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ALBUM RELEASE // Gardens & Villa’s ‘Dunes’ Out Now, US Tour Starts Friday



Gardens & Villa‘s second album, Dunes, is out today worldwide on Secretly Canadian.

The five members of the band, Adam Rasmussen, Chris Lynch, Dusty Ineman, Levi Hayden and Shane McKillop, left their hometown and base of sunny Santa Barbara to record with Tim Goldsworthy (Cut Copy, DFA Records, Hercules & Love Affair) at Key Club, a converted locksmith’s building in Benton Harbor, MI. Ripped out of their usual environment into a cold midwestern locale, the band finds a new voice on Dunes. The band brings their catchy rhythms and bold synth lines from previous records but continues developing a richer sound now experimenting with unique gear including Sly Stone‘s custom-built Flickinger recording console and direction from Goldsworthy.

Listen to tracks “Bullet Train” and “Colony Glen” above or here on our Soundcloud.

Dunes is now available from iTunes, Amazon, SC Distribution, and your local record store.

Early reviews on Dunes:

“Goldsworthy has built a stratum of battered, creaky atmosphere atop Gardens & Villa’s already richly layered mood”

- SLANT Magazine | ★★★★

“Ultimately, Dunes is a collection of tracks which showcases Gardens & Villa’s distinctly original twist on the well-worn and much abused genre of synth-pop. It’s fun, it’s clever and it’s mature–electro-pop for adults.”

- The Line Of Best Fit

“Compared to their debut album, Dunes marks a step up in the band’s sound.”

THE 405

Click read more to see US tour dates starting on Friday.
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AUDIO

Her Ghost by Woman's Hour
Aerosol Can (feat. Pharrell Williams) by Major Lazer
Pulsing (feat. Nina K) by Tomas Barfod
Red Eyes by The War On Drugs
Silver Timothy by Damien Jurado
Katie by Luke Temple
Think Of The Ocean by Porcelain Raft

VIDEOS

Happy by Tomas Barfod

Red Eyes by The War On Drugs

COMING SOON

Tomas Barfod
Love Me
CD / LP
Woman's Hour
Conversations
CD / LP

SHOWS TODAY

Gardens & Villa
Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer  w/ Tycho

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