How To Dress Well divulges new LP’s tracklist

Tom Krell, better known as moniker, How to Dress Well, has had many irons in the fire this past year. He’s released 7 of his EP’s for free consumption at his blog ,where you can still find them, most recently released being “Can’t See My Own Face – The Eternal Love 2”. He also just put out his debut 7″, “Ready for the World”. And now Krell is ready to lovingly accost the world with his first official full-length release “Love Remains”. To be released on September 21 through Lefse here in the states. The 14-track album consists of material finely picked from those aforestated EP’s, some re-recorded with new instrumentation. Check the album’s tracklist below and if you are in the tri-state area, How to Dress Well will perform his first U.S. show ever on August 13 over at Glasslands in Brooklyn.

Love Remains Tracklist:

1. You Hold the Water
2. Ready for the World
3. My Body
4. Suicide Dream 2
5. You Won’t Need Me Where I’m Goin’
6. Can’t See My Own Face
7. Walking This Dumb
8. Date of Birth
9. Escape Before the Rain
10. Endless Rain
11. Lover’s Start
12. Mr. By & By
13. Decisions (feat. Yüksel Arslan)
14. Suicide Dream 1

Download How To Dress Well “Ready For The World”

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Tennis “Cape Dory” Video


If you are anything like I am, you are on pins and needles, anticipating the new 7″ release from husband and wife duo Tennis, which you can order here. Underwater People’s new gem of a band have kept us bouncy with tracks like “Baltimore” and “Marathon”, which by-the-way is my favorite track of the summer, thus far. Watch Tennis’ new video for “Cape Dory” above and think about the fact that there is one month left in the summer.

Klaxons are no longer “Echoes”

It’s been far, far too long since we’ve heard from the indie-rave-dance-punk outfit from the UK, Klaxons. While we’ve waited four years for some new crop from the boys, the quartet have given back in kind with “Echoes”, an enveloping and spasmodic tune, that’s paired in visual form with an Egyptian desert composition of mirth and frollic. That being said, the new LP, “Surfing the void” drops this fall and come December, will no doubt be on a myriad of top albums of 2010 lists. Their US tour dates are below.

Tour Dates:

9/19 – Hoboken, NJ – Maxwell’s
9/20 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom

9/21 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
9/22 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
9/24 – Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
9/25 – Montreal, QC – Cabaret du Musee Juste
9/27 – Toronto, ON – Mod Club Theatre
9/28 – Columbus, OH – The Basement
9/29 – Detroit, MI – Magic Stick
9/30 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
10/1 – Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock Social Club
10/4 – Vancouver, BC – Venue
10/5 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
10/7 – San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
10/8 – Los Angeles, CA – Filter Magazine Culture Collide Festival
10/9 – Los Angeles, CA  – Troubadour