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Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Feels kinda sacrilegious to be talking about Coldplay right in the middle of Britpop Week, as they Purple Wedding-ed the whole thing some 15 years ago, but hey, we contain multitudes. We’ve already heard a bunch of music from Coldplay’s forthcoming LP, Ghost Stories, which is out next month, and today, they debuted another new [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
On Record Store Day this past weekend, Bruce Springsteen released American Beauty, a new four-song EP on which he played almost every instrument. (We posted the early track “Hurry Up Sundown.”) Springsteen and his E Street Band were playing a show in Charlotte on the night of Record Store Day, and before the show started, [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Last weekend we learned that hip-hop phenom Chance The Rapper had been hospitalized after falling ill and thus was unable to repeat his triumphant set from Coachella’s first weekend during the festival’s second iteration. Last night Chance’s Twitter posted a letter from his manager detailing the circumstances of the illness and the prognosis. In short, [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Last year Best Coast released Fade Away, which at seven tracks was something like the group’s third album but was dubbed a “mini-album.” In an interview around that time, Bethany Cosentino said she was hoping to have Best Coast’s real third album out by the spring. It’s springtime now, and the album isn’t out yet, [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
If the 2014-edition Pixies are in full cash-in mode, which seems like a definite possibility, then it is absolutely no surprise to see them licensing their songs to gigantic corporations. But Apple’s new iPhone commercial, which uses “Gigantic” to highlight the phone’s musical capabilities, is extremely artful as far as these things go. Please no [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
The playground-stomping “Water Fountain” gets an appropriately child-friendly video, with Merrill Garbus acting as our kooky schoolteacher in a zany after-school special. There’s an overabundance of ideas in the video, from a potato-wielding scientists to a trippy 8-bit interlude. It’s confusing and schizophrenic and proudly operates in a world where everyone is a caricature and [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Last year, in making his video for “Bound 2,” Kanye West enacted a weird-as-fuck motorcycle-sex fantasy with Kim Kardashian, his fiancee. Hollywood stoner buds James Franco and Seth Rogen then recreated the video shot-for-shot, with Rogen playing Kardashian and Franco playing West, and called it “Bound 3.” This seemed like the sort of thing that [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
At the end of this past weekend’s Coachella, Beck joined headliners Arcade Fire onstage to cover Prince’s “Controversy.” But that wasn’t the only time Beck nodded to Arcade Fire during the weekend. During his own set on Sunday night, Beck played a quick acoustic cover of Arcade Fire’s classic “Rebellion (Lies),” telling a quick story [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
The Boston Calling Festival started last year, and this year’s edition, which comes to the city next month, boasts one of the most vanilla festival lineups we’re likely to see this year (which is some kind of achievement). But the festival is apparently successful enough that its organizers have added a second weekend later in [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Drake is taking his position of “global ambassador” for the Toronto Raptors seriously, especially now that the Raptors are in the NBA playoffs and not doing terribly. (The Raptors beat the Brooklyn Nets last night, tying up their playoff series at 1-1.) Drake has been courtside for both of the Toronto playoff games, taking fondue-related [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Here’s the video for the new Lily Allen song we heard earlier today, the title track (and opener) from her forthcoming third album Sheezus. Apparently this is not one of the rubbish songs that have been serviced to radio, but the singer’s preferred choice for a single. She talked to Rolling Stone about its provocative [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Next month, Robyn and Röyksopp will release their collaborative EP Do It Again in support of their upcoming European and North American tour. So far we’ve only heard a short preview but two of the songs have already surfaced. “Every Little Thing” sounds like a drawn out ’N Sync song (in the best way possible) [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Caroline Polachek took a break last year from her synth-pop band Chairlift to work on her solo project, Ramona Lisa, and record an album. Arcadia was crafted solely on a laptop by Polachek, manipulating MIDI samples and singing directly into the laptop’s mic. Though the recording may have been cloistered and intimate, the result is [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Black Lips recently released the album Underneath The Rainbow, and now have a video for the track “Funny.” Starring the band playing on stage while puppeteers make marionettes dance around them, it’s an easygoing and silly video that must have been a good time to make. At least it’s definitely a relief from the last [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Today marks the release of Food, the sleek, stylish retro-futuristic soul platter from R&B adventurer Kelis and producer Dave Sitek of TV On The Radio. In honor of the occasion, we’re giving away a UE BOOM 360-degree wireless bluetooth speaker with a recorded greeting from Kelis — a $199 value — plus a copy of [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Earlier today, the producer known as BOOTS released “A Day In The Life Of Jordan Asher,” the opening track on his forthcoming mixtape, and now, he’s released its closing track: “Dreams,” which features guest vocals from none other than Beyoncé. He’s releasing the song with the intention of benefiting the charity Day One. In a [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Lykke Li’s “No Rest For The Wicked” is great as-is, without extraneous rap verses. But hey, rappers have been loving Lykke at least since Drake sampled “Little Bit” in 2009, and A$AP Rocky already has a track record with (to borrow Tom’s description) “cinematically bummed” female singers — note his bizarre turn as JFK in [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
The first words Future says on Honest are a half-conscious mutter, but that doesn’t make them any less heartfelt: “Be bold. Smell me?” As if to show and prove on those four words, the music underneath him is not what you might expect from the intro track to the new Future album. It’s a warm, [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Lily Allen nabbed the award for Best Album Title Of 2014 when she announced her new record would be called Sheezus, and now, the album’s title track has been released. The song sounds nothing like anything on Yeezus, sadly (though not exactly shockingly). On the chorus, Allen runs down a list of pop’s biggest women [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
As promised, Everclear and Liz Phair have recorded a cover of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” for the soundtrack to a new documentary called Farmland. They played the song together at the film’s Tribeca Film Festival premiere last week, and video of the performance is watchable below. Farmland is showing in one-night engagements [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
After contributing to the late-2013 surprise that was BEYONCÉ, the producer Jordy Asher, better known as BOOTS, has been dropping tracks without any warning. The most recent of these is “A Day In The Life Of Jordan Asher,” which features him softly rapping over one of the atmospheric productions that are his signature. Here he [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Iggy Azalea recently dropped her album The New Classic and stopped by Good Morning America today to perform her tongue-in-cheek collaboration with Charli XCX. The performance matched the Clueless vibe that was in the music video and carried the style of their appearances on Late Night and at the MTVu Woodie Awards. Watch the morning [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Courtney Love’s music is about as erratic as her personal life/online persona, but at her best, she’s a truly kickass songwriter and singer. As she mentioned earlier this month, she’s releasing a new double-A-side single, “You Know My Name”/”Wedding Day,” to coincide with her forthcoming UK tour, and the first half of that single is [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
When Owen Pallett met me poolside at Arcade Fire’s Palm Springs hotel during Coachella’s first weekend, he politely offered me some of his organic sunblock. (Incidentally, the stuff was all over my fingers when Win Butler was suddenly looming over our beach chairs a few moments later, so we bumped elbows rather than shook hands.) [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
In the 17 years since the release of 1997′s Static & Silence, London indie-pop greats the Sundays have basically lived up to that album’s title. Having essentially retired from music so that singer Harriet Wheeler and guitarist David Gavurin could focus on raising their two children, they rarely give interviews and never release new material. [...]
Wed, 23 Apr 2014
Better late than never when it comes to music videos. Peter Bjorn And John recently discovered two very old music videos of the songs “(I Just Wanna) See Through” and “100 M Of Hurdles,” the respective title tracks of the band’s 2003 EPs. The videos are over a decade old, and were found on VHS [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
It was 20 years ago this week that Britpop first emerged as a major cultural force, thanks to the dual releases of Blur’s Parklife and Pulp’s His ’N’ Hers. So we’re celebrating Britpop Week here at Stereogum, looking back in admiration and fondness at the scene in its awesome, messy, beautiful entirety. Among the other [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
Refractory Obdurate, the new album from former 16 Horsepower frontman David Eugene Edwards’s Wovenhand project, somehow walks the line between blackened, apocalyptic roots music and scorched-earth postpunk. Converge frontman Jacob Bannon’s Deathwish Inc. label — a label that generally focuses on way-out hardcore and metal — is releasing the album, and it’s somehow heavier than [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
Breaking Bad alum Aaron Paul was last seen dancing on stage in a giant Pope mask during Arcade Fire’s first-weekend Coachella set after soliciting a sponsor to pay him for attending the fest. Paul’s adventures with Arcade Fire continued at last night’s secret show in LA. Yesterday afternoon Paul tweeted the band an offer to [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
On Schoolboy Q’s jagged and fired-up new album Oxymoron, “Studio,” a collaboration with the promising R&B singer BJ The Chicago Kid, stands out as a rare languid moment. It’s a song about being at work but wishing you were having sex instead, and, I mean, we’ve all been there. The black-and-white video takes just about [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
The gorgeous Brian Eno collab “Heavy Seas Of Love” was one of the many tracks Damon Albarn released ahead of Everyday Robots. Now it’s the third to get a video, joining the beat-driven laments “Everyday Robots” and “Lonely Press Play.” Albarn shot it himself on his iPad as a sort of travelogue of all the [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
The Geto Boy and Houston rap originator Scarface is one of the greatest rappers of all time — any era, any region, any subgenre, no qualifiers. Face announced a low-key retirement after his last album, 2008′s great Emeritus, and other than a few guest appearances here and there, he’s mostly stuck to it. But Face [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
After releasing the demos EP Gener’s Gone late last year, Aaron Freeman has finally let go of his Ween alter-ego and begun moving forward into a solo career as Freeman. He and his band announced their self-titled debut out this summer and today share “(For A While) I Couldn’t Play My Guitar Like A Man.” [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
If you thought Arsenio Hall’s return to late-night TV was a blast from the past, what about Death? The Detroit trio, whose 1970s proto-punk excellence was rescued from obscurity by the 2013 film A Band Called Death, dropped by Arsenio last night to herald the release of III, their latest collection of unreleased material. Watch [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
One of the magical things about Run The Jewels, the free-online album that El-P and Killer Mike made together last year, was how sui generis it was — two snarling rap dudes with disparate backgrounds but similar ideas coming together, shutting out all outside influences, and coming up with some of the meanest and funnest [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
Odd Future’s sketch-comedy show Loiter Squad has been going strong for a few years now on Adult Swim. The third season of the show will be out this spring, and they’ve just shared a new teaser. Beginning with Tyler and the other members of Loiter Squad (which includes Earl Sweatshirt now) in a restaurant, it [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
Harry Nilsson is one of those musicians whose influence far outstrips his fame. His music feels like a sacred trust among the initiated, which is why you’re just as likely to hear famous musicians covering his songs as to stumble upon one of his original recordings. The latest Nilsson tribute comes from Islands’ Nick Diamonds [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
The first song we heard off White Lung’s forthcoming Deep Fantasy, “Drown With The Monster,” was an unrelenting, ass-kicking noise/hardcore burner. The new “Snake Jaw” finds the band in much more melodic territory, with no drop-off in intensity. It’s not hard to hear hints of Hole’s Live Through This here, especially in frontwoman Mish Way’s [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
Little Dragon, the idiosyncratic and bigger-than-you-realize pop quartet from Gothenburg, Sweden, are coming up on the release of their new album Nabuma Rubberband, and we’ve already gotten to hear the early tracks “Klapp Klapp” and “Paris.” “Let Go,” the newest single from the album, seems heavily influenced by Sade’s smooth and sophisticated R&B. But it [...]
Tue, 22 Apr 2014
Last month we heard Movement’s “Like Lust,” a tidal wave of a song that washes over you like Burial giving up debating whether to make a trip-hop song or a post-rock song and deciding to make both. “Ivory,” another track from the Australian trio’s upcoming self-titled EP, maintains that ghostly feeling but feels more like [...]
 
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