Horse Thief: Listen To FUV Live At CMJ 2014

Horse Thief's latest release, Fear in Bliss, is a beautifully crafted album, driven by melodic guitar and layers of texture. It represents a band that is embracing its sound and coming into its own. I was really excited to see these songs performed live and they did not disappoint.

Listen: Yuck's 'Chew'

Yuck is Coachella bound this weekend and will bring along a gritty, pretty new song to add to their setlist. Check out "Chew" after the jump.

Lollapalooza Lineup Includes Sigur Rós, M83, Jack White, The Black Keys, Black Sabbath

Lollapalooza's lineup is finally official and the eclectic mix includes Jack White, the Black Keys, Sigur Rós, M83, Passion Pit, Die Antwoord, the Shins, the Weeknd, Justice, Florence and the Machine, the Walkman, Frank Ocean, Alabama Shakes and the recently reunited Black Sabbath, the Afghan Whigs and At the Drive-In. The festival takes place August 3-5 at Chicago's Grant Park.

Friends Set Destiny With 'Manifest!' This June

Friends, who recently dropped by The Alternate Side for a live session, have finally come up wth a title — and new label — for their debut album. The quintet will release Manifest! on June 5 via Fat Possum Records and they have also lined up their first headlining dates, beginning June 13 in Boston.  After the jump, check out their new single, "Mind Control."

Jack White, My Morning Jacket, MGMT Salute Public Radio Music Month

April marks Public Radio Music Month, an event that's not gone unnoticed by musicians and bands like Jack White, My Morning Jacket, MGMT, Best Coast, the Roots, Passion Pit and Wye Oak or indie labels like Jagjaguwar and Sub Pop. They have all signed an open letter thanking public radio stations for "taking chances" and "asking intelligent questions" about music.  

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending April 15

Gayngs-born Poliça and Zeus, which moonlights as Jason Collett's backing band, break into the TAS Top 20 while the Mark Lanegan Band makes a bluesy run back to No. 1.

Lost In The Trees: TAS In Session

The powerful, tender bond between Lost in the Trees' singer and songwriter Ari Picker and his late mother has informed both of the band's albums, the latest being the stunning A Church That Fits Our Needs, out now on Anti- Records. Picker's unflinching examination of his family's tragic history is buoyed by beautiful, orchestral folk rock which comes to vivid realization in their live shows. Try to catch Lost in the Trees when they play New York's Le Poisson Rouge this Wednesday, April 11, and listen to an exclusive session with the band on 90.7 WFUV this Tuesday night, April 10, at 9 p.m. After the jump, watch the band, live in the WFUV studios, playing four tracks from A Church That Fits Our Needs.

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