Today we’re thrilled to announce the signing of Carl Barât and his new band The Jackals. 

With a slate of three sold out shows over the next three nights at London’s Alexandra Palace with The Libertines, Barât and company are celebrating by unveiling their debut single “Glory Days,”which is available for an initial period as a free download from: carlbaratandthejackals.com

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The single, produced by Joby J. Ford (The Bronx) is taken from the band’s upcoming full-length, out on Grand Jury early in 2015.

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We’ve been waiting far too long to announce this: our second Grand Jury release comes courtesy of the brilliant Jacob Dillan Summers and his band Avid Dancer. Wait no more! You can listen to the title track from the forthcoming I Want To See You Dance EP (due 10/21) right now over on noiseymusic or below, along with a tracklist

Dancer will be hitting the road later this week, before joining us in NYC for a few CMJ shows. Check out the dates over in the tour section.

Avid Dancer - I Want To See You Dance EP

01 I Want To See You Dance
02 Stop Playing With My Heart
03 All The Other Girls (Demo)
04 Medication (Demo)

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It’s a good thing the young men of twinpeaksdudes are all 20 years old, because they are working at a furious pace that few post-30s bands could handle. In the past 5 days, live performance footage has surfaced from myriad locations, including their free-wheelin’ performance for this summer’s pitchfork Music Festival, a Treehouse Records session/interview for coslive, a sneak peak at their JBTV show taping, and a new video for their song “Fade Away” (premiered by AV Club, and GIFd out above).

Tomorrow they will live stream a performance and interview with Audiotree.tv at 2PM CDT. Basically, you could spend the rest of the afternoon surfing from one live performance to another. That said, everyone knows watching a video isn’t the same as catching the real deal, so the band is pumped to reignite the Wild Onion tour, which starts back up next week and essentially continues until Thanksgiving. The tour includes stops at the Goose Island/XRT 312 Urban Block Partyin their hometown of Chicago, a performance at the Brooklyn Flea Market, and a slew of shows at CMJ (most still to be announced in the coming weeks), including headlining the Rough Trade Day Party. They’ve also announced support for the tour, including Meatbodies, Criminal Hygiene, Ne-Hi, Radkey, and Tweens. Check the full schedule here, and get your ears on Wild Onion over on iTunes

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Chicago’s own shredders, Twin Peaks, stop by Harsh Toke HQ the morning of FYF Fest to discuss tunes, touring with Tindr, pizza and their favorite movies. Check it out and be sure to get their new record, WILD ONION on Grand Jury records in the iTunes music store! 

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FYF polaroids via NOISEY

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He walks! Cadien left the wheelchair made famous at pitchfork behind for a Robocop walking boot at fyffest this weekend. LA Times was on hand to be wowed by twinpeaksdudes characteristic mayhem

Meanwhile, keep your eyes trained on the back pages of the next issue of rollingstone for a glistening review of Wild Onion — “on their second record, the spunky quartet pull off Exile-era Stones strut and Velvet Underground guitar poesy with sophistication that’s beyond their years, and a sense of humor, too.” Sounds about right…

FYF photo via Gaelle Beri.

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