The duo’s new surprise album plays with bold textural contrast, but doesn’t dig as deep as it should.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The follow-up to 2012’s Observator is available right now.
It’s not all jingle bells, chestnuts roasting, and talking snowmen, folks.
The sixth edition of Austin’s weirdest festival remains, um, weird.
The Black Keys, Wu-Tang, Rush, Passion Pit, and many more.
Two premieres for the price of one!
Iggy Pop, The Raveonettes, Todd Rundgren, and more contribute.
Will the real Raveonettes please stand up?
A second single off Observator.
The lead single off Observator.
Plus, fall tour dates.
Also, audio reviews of Toro y Moi, The Raveonettes, The Darlings, and more!
Business as usual.
Here’s your visual Valium.
The show goes on though.
A step towards the dark, but not a big enough step.
The Danish duo’s brand-new single only sweetens the deal.
Wavves, Kylesa, Times New Viking, and 1400 others, too.
Also check out Raven In The Grave‘s tracklist.
A detailed listing of all the evening’s festivities.
After a turn for the worse in 2010, they’re back.
It’s more than 50, but you get the idea…
Yes, shoemaking is hip.