Irreverence and darkness on the eve of the band’s reunion tour.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
This is not a Unicorns tour.
They also may reissue 2003’s Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?.
Don’t play this at your next luau.
“Ski Mask comes out, people shit their pants.”
Another step away from the unavoidable Unicorns comparisons.
The latest single from September’s Ski Mask.
Early ’90s edition.
Plus, a load of tour dates.
El-P isn’t done yet.
So you should pump this shit.
“It’s just beautiful music.”
New band = new issues.
Also stream new albums from Islands, Tennis, and Frankie Rose.
Our second taste from A Sleep & A Forgetting.
50 albums, 50 prospective favorites.
Early spring dates behind A Sleep & A Forgetting.
Still a song, though.
It really is though!
Nick Thorburn-led outfit readies four LP for early next year.
Ignore Juno’s boyfriend, this band’s for real.
Finally introducing doom-wop to the world.
Also, watch Michael Cera on drugs.
You should definitely take notice.
Conducting a consequently minimal approach to the songwriting and production, Nicholas Thorburn makes Vapours into the alluringly catchy beginner’s indie pop-sound album that would have made more sense as Island’s debut album.
Be Your Own Pet, say what?
Islands unveil Vapours’ album cover, announce North American tour.
Indie and science reunite!
Arm’s Way, Islands’ second full-length effort and followup to 2006’s Return to the Sea, is an excellent mix of catchy tunes and strong musical skill from Nick Thorburn and crew, resulting in one of the most diverse and enjoyable …