Charlie Hilton Teams With Mac DeMarco for Soothing New ‘100 Million’

Blouse's Charlie Hilton is releasing her debut solo album Palana next month, and she's teamed up with slack rock singer-songwriter Mac DeMarco for a relaxing new cut, "100 Million." The…
James Grebey / December 9, 2015

SXSW 2014: Gary Numan, Black Lips, Blouse, Diarrhea Planet Join Lineup

Once again, the fine folks of South by Southwest have let slip a handful — okay, a windfall — of names set to play the Austin, Texas music…
Chris Martins / November 19, 2013

Captured Tracks Celebrates Five Years With Anniversary Festival: DIIV, Mac DeMarco, Wild Nothing, More

Congrats to Brooklyn indie-punk label Captured Tracks on five years of sweaty fun. Diiv into some photos from their Brooklyn celebration.
SPIN Staff / September 3, 2013

Stream Blouse’s Sensual, Rippling ‘A Feeling Like This’

Blouse teased their upcoming sophomore album, Imperium, a few weeks back with "No Shelter," a watery lead single that introduced the Portland trio's newfound aversion to synths…
Kyle McGovern / August 12, 2013

Stream Blouse’s Plush Dream-Pop Single ‘No Shelter’

Blouse's 2011 self-titled debut album was a full-length exploration of foggy, pink-tinted dreamscapes, equal parts lipstick kisses and Lynchian intrigue. On September 17, the Portland threesome —…
Kyle McGovern / June 18, 2013

Why Lana Del Rey, Cults, and More Indie Heartachers Lurk in the Shadows of ‘Twin Peaks’

"There was something a bit wrong about the bands we were playing with," says Jimmy Lee, guitarist for Trailer Trash Tracys, four hazy London dream-catchers…
Christopher R. Weingarten / April 27, 2012

Hear Blouse’s Liquid Cover of the Wake’s ‘Pale Spectre’

As part of their annual Record Store Day rollout, Brooklyn's Captured Tracks is releasing Gruesome Flowers 2, a second edition of songs from Glaswegian post-punk…
David Bevan / April 4, 2012

Blouse, ‘Blouse’ (Captured Tracks)

Blouse are a hazy Portland trio who picked their name out of a dry cleaner's window and have actively identified as dream pop. But the…
Camille Dodero / November 1, 2011