Archive for August, 2010


What’s better than good music? FREE good music!

We’re cleaning out our closet and up for grabs are albums from every artist we have featured in Sundae Magazine! Follow us at and @ reply “WIN”! EVERYONE’S A WINNER! Now through Friday!

Score music from:
Thieves Like Us
Deer Tick

And Many More! GO, GO, GO! xo SM

Kanye ft. Beyonce & Charlie Wilson: See Me Now

I done TOLD YOU.

Listen to Kanye’s new single on his website right now until he takes it down.

Update: Yeeep, he took it down! Here it is at The Fader.


These United States: Lollapanutshell!

Remember in our June issue when we first introduced you to These United States? The boys have been busy on tour since then, and last weekend they hit a new milestone when they played Lollapalooza in Chicago. Check out this tour diary they shared with us! Love these guys!

Lost Lands & Treasure Maps — Episode 35: Lollapanutshell from These United States on Vimeo.

— Britt

Expect Kanye Leaks Tomorrow! (Or Don’t?)

Kanye posted this cryptic tweet a couple minutes ago. Depending on how seriously you take it, we might hear some new Kanye chunes tomorrow, which will maybe confirm my hunch that Yeezy’s upcoming album is going to be the definitive album of 2010.

Or maybe he’s just kidding. The moral of the story is: if you’re not already following this dude on Twitter, get on it!


No Age: Glitter, Inflorescence from Everything In Between

You guys, I love you all so much that I went to the store and picked this up for you. Do you like it? It’s new No Age, from their upcoming album Everything In Between.

Let this tide you over for now, but just know that we are thinking of you as we cook up some craziness behind the scenes. We’ll make you proud!


NEW MUSIC: Roman Ruins

Roman Ruins Courtesy Golden Robot Records

Here’s your first listen to the new single from Roman Ruins, the side project from Beach House/Papercuts drummer Graham Hill. Hill’s apparent affinity for New Wave is all too present, but not overly done. The pulsating synth and staccato drum march steadily alongside Hill’s washed out vocals. Through combining a myriad of influences, Hill builds an impermeable fortress of sound that’s hard to escape. We already can’t get it out of our heads!

Take a listen here: The Comedown by Roman Ruins

“The Comedown” is available on 7″ on Gold Robot Records.
Hear more from the band at

— Britt

Chromeo: Don’t Turn The Light On (Video)

Going crazy waiting for Chromeo’s highly anticipated Business Casual? Check out the video for their Hall & Oates channeling single, “Don’t Turn The Lights On”, right here.