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.

Lost In The Trees Will Go On Indefinite Hiatus After Final December Show

Lost in the Trees is calling it quits by year's end for the foreseeable future. The collective's frontman and songwriter Ari Picker announced via Facebook on Wednesday that after seven years, Lost in the Trees will play a final show in Saxapahaw, North Carolina on December 12. "I’m certain I’ll continue to write and release music," says Picker, "but at the moment it’s time for me to move away from touring for the time being."

David Bowie Announces Career-Spanning Collection And New Music

David Bowie is swiftly following his 2013 release, The Next Day, with a career-spanning collection called Nothing Has Changed, to be released on November 18 in the States. A new, nearly eight-minute single, "Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)," will also come out that day, a song Bowie recorded with his longtime cohort Tony Visconti. The single's B-side is another recent recording, "'Tis A Pity She's A Whore." Read about the tracklisting here.

The TAS Top 20 For The Week Ending September 14

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TV on the Radio returns to the TAS Top 20 while Banks makes her first appearance on the chart.

Watch Ty Segall's Surreal New Video

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Ty Segall, who plays New York's Webster Hall on September 17 and 18, has released a suitably surreal video for the title track of his new album Manipulator. The video, which premered via the New York Times, was directed by Matt Yoka and also has an interactive version too, available on Segall's own website. Delight in images of Segall with babies, koalas and aliens and watch "Manipulator" here.

First Listen: Lia Ices, 'Ices'

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Ices' first two albums recalled the work of Cat Power and Tori Amos. But on her third album, the singer-songwriter expands her palette considerably. Listen to Lia Ices' Ices streaming now via FUV and NPR Music before its release on September 16 on Jagjaguwar.

Lily Allen Ticket Giveaway: Terminal 5 At September 24

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One of Britain's most charismatic (and gleefully profane) pop stars, Lily Allen took some time off for several years, eschewing the pressures of the music business to focus on family life. At long last, the provocative Mercury Prize-nominated singer returned this year with her third album and first release since 2009, Sheezus. She plays two shows at Terminal 5 this month (one is already sold out) and The Alternate Side has tucked away tickets for Lily Allen's September 24 gig—just enter by this Sunday, September 14, for a chance to win.

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