Until The Ribbon Breaks: TAS In Session

There's a dystopian undertow to Until The Ribbon Breaks' first album, A Lesson Unlearnt, but the trio's genre-blurring debut is far from dour or dire. Cardiff-born, Los Angeles-based Pete Lawrie-Winfield and bandmates Elliot Wall and James Gordon have deftly mixed hues of soulful R&B, pop, muscular hip-hop, atmospheric electronica and dance rock into a heady brew.  The trio recently visited WFUV and The Alternate Side's Studio A for a session, to discuss the cinematic scope of the album and working with Run The Jewels and Homeboy Sandman. Watch videos of Until The Ribbon Breaks in Studio A, listen to the session any time in the FUV Vault or via TAS on 91.5 WNYE today, January 23, at 11 a.m. EST, also streaming online.

Win Tickets To See Morrissey At Terminal 5 On October 12

New York will be basking in the overcast light of Morrissey this October. Not only is Manchester's mournful muse playing a sold-out Radio City Music Hall on October 10, but he's also booked two shows at Terminal 5 on October 12 and 13. The Alternate Side loves our Morrissey and we're giving away tickets to his Terminal 5 show on October 12.

Ticket Giveaway For Public Image Ltd At Hammerstein Ballroom On October 13

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To nick from Public Image Ltd's recent single "One Drop,"  Johnny Lydon — born in London, somewhat ageless and coming from chaos — will be back in New York with his bandmates this fall to play Hammerstein Ballroom.. Yes, the lineup has fluctuated over the years, but the band's new album, This Is Pil, marks its first release of new music in two decades. The Alternate Side is giving away tickets to seen the snarling Mr. Rotten in all his punk godfather glory on October 13.

Watch: Grimes and 'Genesis'

You wouldn't expect a Grimes video to be ordinary, would you? Like an electropop cross between TLC's "No Scrubs, " Madonna's "Cherish," and Bat For Lashes "What's A Girl To Do," the new clip for "Genesis," which Claire Boucher directed herself, features the helium-voiced singer frolicking in the ocean and cuddling a python.

Watch: The Joy Formidable's 'Wolf's Law'

Welsh-English trio The Joy Formidable have been working on a followup to The Big Roar and on Wednesday night the band posted a sneak peek of that sophomore album: a dramatic, black and white video for their majestic, whisper-to-a-roar new song "Wolf's Law."

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending August 26

The Raveonettes slip onto the TAS Top 20 with Observator while Yeasayer are smelling sweet at No. 1 with Fragrant World.

Here We Go Magic: TAS In Session

Here We Go Magic, which evolved from being Luke Temple's solo project to a full-fledged band, has lately undergone more significant shifts. They worked with Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich on their third album, A Different Ship, and bassist Jen Turner recently departed the group, leaving it a trio. Despite cancelling some European shows, Here We Go Magic launch a fall tour with Andrew Bird on September 26 in Madison, Wisconsin. Several weeks ago the Brooklyn band headed north to the Bronx for a session at Studio A; watch the videos of their four-song set and listen to the interview on TAS on 91.5 WNYE this Friday, August 24 at 11 a.m. EDT, also streaming on The Alternate Side's site.

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