Woods also plays Pitchfork next month.
Here’s a recent live version of one of the new songs:
Ty Segall released a new song, You Make the Sun Fry, a slow number (especially by his standards) that will appear on the upcoming Goodbye Bread release next month.
Here’s Ty playing Goodbye Bread:
And here he is covering Red Kross:
Here’s a quirky Bonnie Prince Billy video (redundant?) from a few years ago. He’ll be accompanied by the Cairo Gang.
Chicago’s Eleventh Dream Day is promoting a new album, Riot Now! The show starts at 6:30 p.m. and is free.
Here’s a video from this year’s SXSW:
San Diego’s The Donkeys hit Schubas Wednesday night. Check out the band’s video for Don’t Know Who We Are off the new album, Born With Stripes. And download the Byrds-meets-Pavement-inspired I Like the Way You Walk.
Toro Y Moi will kick off a U.S. tour, following the previously announced Pitchfork appearance July 17, to promote the excellent release Underneath the Pine. Chaz Bundick and company will play San Francisco in August, and the tour wraps up in Atalanta in October.
And if you haven’t already, check out this new mixtape by clicking here.
The tour schedule is available after the jump.
Tis the season for new videos. No Age just released Common Heat, a song off last year’s excellent Everything In Between.
Thurston Moore released a video for Benediction, a song off his upcoming album Demolished Thoughts.
Yuck will release a 7-inch single for Shook Down June 27. The record’s flip side will feature a previously unreleased song called Milkshake. You can listen to Milkshake here. I’ve given the song a couple of listens and can recommend it.
I missed these guys when they opened for Tame Impala last week but I’m definitely looking forward to seeing the band at Pitchfork.
Sonny & the Sunsets just debuted this video for Reflections on Youth. The song is off the recently released Hit After Hit. Give it a spin.
Check out this new video for the Cave Singers’ song, Black Leaf.