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Christoph and Anton Hochheim are probably best known for their involvement in Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, and to a much lesser extent the now defunct shoegaze/chiptune group Depreciation Guild (whose initial releases were so dear to me in high school that I actually quietly boycotted Pains when they first came out). The twin [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
In February, we talked to the pioneering American prog/sludge/pop/metal band Mastodon, who were then in the studio recording their forthcoming LP, Once More Round The Sun. And today, the first music from that album has emerged, in the form of “High Road,” which debuted today on 98.9 The Rock, and which you can listen to [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
One of the most notable exclusives coming out this Record Store Day is American Beauty, an EP of four new songs from Bruce Springsteen. One of those songs is “Hurry Up Sundown,” a simple and charged old-school bar-rocker with a few flashes of Springsteen singing in his upper register. Springsteen played every instrument on the [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
The Queens rap bruiser Meyhem Lauren is probably best-known as an Action Bronson associate, but he’s landed in the Mixtape Of The Week column twice, for 2012′s Respect The Fly Shit and Mandatory Brunch Meetings. And now he’s prepping the awesomely titled Silk Pyramids, a collaborative EP with the veteran New York rap producer Buckwild. [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Ty Segall played Coachella last week and worked in something old, something new, and something Motörhead. The first part of his set touched on his Album Of The Week-honored Slaughterhouse, then moved into a trio of new songs (“Green Belly,” “Tall Man Skinny Lady,” and “Feel,” according to the setlist), before landing on a cover [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
I Never Learn, the new album from the Swede-pop goddess Lykke Li, looms, and she’s already shared two songs, the twin dirges “Love Me Like I’m Not Made Of Stone” and “No Rest For The Wicked.” “Gunshot,” the third song she’s shared from the album, is still something of a ballad, but it’s more of [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Chvrches are taking a bit of a victory lap in 2014 after their rise to success last year. In addition to focusing on other upcoming artists through their new label, the trio will being going on a US tour with the Range (aka James Hinton) and reissuing The Bones Of What You Believe with some [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
The Jay Z-curated, Budweiser-owned Made In America festival first came to Philadelphia two years ago and quickly established a rep as one of America’s better-put together big general-interest music fests. And now it’s expanding. As the Los Angeles Times reports, Made In America will come to L.A.’s Grand Park 8/30-31, Labor Day weekend. This won’t [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Last week we heard about Aaron Paul’s quest to get paid by some corporate sponsor for attending Coachella just like Lea Michele and Vanessa Hudgens. Looks like Paul, who is a huge festival fan and met his wife at a past Coachella, ended up at last weekend’s festivities after all. As CoS points out, Scott [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Back in 2013, the Boston hardcore/metal legends Converge earned an Album Of The Week for their furious All We Love We Leave Behind. And though it’s not exactly common practice to drop a video a year and a half after the album comes out, Converge operate on their own timetable, and they’ve just shared an [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Yuck’s surprise Southern Skies EP already yielded the drifting “Athena” and the driving “Another One,” both of which continued the band’s mastery of shoegaze-inflected ’90s alt-rock sounds. The EP was released this week, and its other two songs sound unlike any previous Yuck material. “Set In Motion” is a twangy Laurel Canyon psych-pop song that [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
In that amazing new John Jeremiah Sullivan New York Times Magazine story about forgotten country blues geniuses, Sullivan discusses one old musicologist’s idea of geographic clusters of influence: “how in one county you would have dozens of fiddle players, but in the very next county, none — there everyone played banjo… this was how culture [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
We heard that Amen Dunes spent a lot of time in the studio working on their new album, Love, while bringing in guest artists to help out. From recent singles like “Lonely Richard” and “Lilac In Hand,” the effort shows. This new one, “I Can’t Dig It,” is their best yet, featuring thick distorted guitar [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Queens Of The Stone Age put on a killer live show — in fact, we just listed them as one of the best parts of Coachella last week. Last night Josh Homme and company stopped by the Keller Auditorium in Portland to play a massive 20-plus-song setlist, touching on many tracks from their recent album [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
This week marks the release of Built On Glass, the full-length debut from Melbourne singer-producer Chet Faker. With the album’s unveiling comes the video for single “1998,” an immensely appealing blend of airy club music, ’80s pop, and melancholy singer-songwriter sounds. The song is superb, and its video is equally intriguing. Director Domenico Bartolo guides [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The first single off Long Island band Crow Bait’s upcoming debut album, Sliding Through The Halls Of Fate, balanced hangdog sentiments and guitar heroics in a way that was muscular and vulnerable. Their newest, “The Ocean,” starts a little gentler, but pretty quickly hits an even bigger and more yearning groove. It’s a good way [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Pink Mountaintops are gearing up to release Get Back, their first album in nearly half a decade. Outside of the head-scratchingly strange “North Hollywood Microwaves,” featuring a guest rap from Annie Hardy, the band’s singles have been in the vein of the solid rock music for which they’re known. Now you can hear the newest [...]
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After SXSW, Four Tet was on my flight from Austin to Charlotte. I saw him sitting up in first class, feet stretched out, drinking Naked juice and reading The Goldfinch, all casually baller. He looked like a man who knows how to live life. But given the ridiculous volume of his recent output, I’m almost [...]
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“Touch,” the debut single from Moscow via London singer Shura, is an expert take on that subtly funky, misty-lensed throwback pop Blood Orange does so well. The refrain — “I want to touch you, but I’m too late/ I want to touch you, but there’s history” — exceptionally evokes the frustrated longing that accompanies the [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Over the last few months, the experimental Gainesville indie-pop impressionists Hundred Waters have shared the beautiful new songs “Down From The Rafters” and “Cavity,” and they’ve announced plans for a new album. Today, those plans become a little more concrete. The group’s sophomore LP is called The Moon Rang Like A Bell, and we’ve got [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Trans Am come from the days of OG post-rock. Post-rock in the early ’90s wasn’t about playing “epic” (read: predictable) instrumental rock. No, it was about exploring vastly different sounds and improvisations within a single song — also it was usually released on Thrill Jockey, and John McEntire probably showed up at some point to [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
“Sunbathing Animal,” the title track from Parquet Courts’ upcoming full-length, is a frantically dizzy four-minute spazz out that never lets up its intensity. The song’s video, directed by Andy Capper and Parquet Courts singer-guitarist Andrew Savage, goes about as far in the other direction as possible. It’s four minutes of a cat hesitantly weighing whether [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The Brighton indie-poppers Fear Of Men specialize in an airy but rhythmically muscular strain of early-’90s-style dream-pop, and they’ll drop their debut album Loom next week. We’ve posted their songs “Alta/Waterfall,” “Luna,” and “Outrun Me,” and now the whole album is streaming over at Pitchfork. Loom is out 4/22 on Kanine.
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Motel Beds are the latest entrant in Dayton’s long line of indie rock greats, and for their contribution to a new Record Store Day split with Torres, they tapped one of their predecessors in that line. Kelley Deal, who besides the reunited Breeders also plays in the Motel Beds’ fellow Misra Records act R. Ring, [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Sky Ferreira’s searing, wounded synthpop anthem “I Blame Myself” was arguably the best song on her great debut album Night Time, My Time, and some of us have been wondering for months why it wasn’t a single. Earlier this month, Ferreira performed the song on The Tonight Show, and this morning, she debuted its video. [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The big news from Solange’s Coachella set came when her big sister Beyoncé joined her onstage for a giddy synchronized dance to “Losing You.” But Solange’s Coachella set was still full of indications that she’s the arty weirdo of the Knowles family. She trotted out her cover of Dirty Projectors’ “Stillness Is The Move,” and [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Disclosure were a tiny-font band on last year’s Coachella lineup, but this year they essentially co-headlined Sunday night alongside Arcade Fire, drawing a densely packed crowd of revelers to the Outdoor Theater for an exciting run through a setlist that already resembles a greatest hits. They’ll be back in Indio for another Coachella go-round this [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Pharrell produced Alicia Keys’ Kendrick Lamar collab “It’s On Again,” the big first single from the soundtrack to the would-be summer blockbuster The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Pharrell also had more to do with the movie’s soundtrack, and his contributions include a collaboration with the deeply random duo of Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and film-score A-lister [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The Monkees were a made-for-TV band designed to capitalize on the Beatles’ popularity and to engage in wacky sitcom hijinks. But in 1968, they made Head, a movie that’s earned a rep as one of the deepest, weirdest psychedelic nuggets of its era. (Jack Nicholson co-wrote it.) British postpunkers Django Django are the latest act [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The BBC’s live-music show Later With Jools Holland just began its newest season, and one of its first guests was Neneh Cherry, who just returned with the Four Tet-produced Blank Project, her first solo album in 18 years. Cherry is Swedish, not British, but she recorded her earliest tracks in the UK and found her [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The later, post-Optimus Prime death seasons of the original Transformers cartoon took place in the distant, futuristic year of 2006, when the Decepticons’ most powerful weapon was Trypticon, an actual city that would transform into a vast purple-and-black dinosaur. Trypticon spent a lot of time fighting against Metroplex, an Autobot city that would also turn [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Last month we got word ’90s alt-rock vets Veruca Salt were reuniting their original lineup to release a new single for Record Store Day. It was surprising to hear that the legendarily drama-filled band was able to get together to record a new song or two, and now they’re going to be spending even more [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
The one time I saw Huntsville rap duo G-Side in concert they made me a fan forever with their electric stage presence, powerful delivery, and a live band that featured some seriously passionate backup singers. So, like all other reasonable people, I was bummed when they broke up and elated when they got back together. [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
Clever Australian rocker Courtney Barnett didn’t make it into my Sunday Coachella roundup, but only because I didn’t have long enough to watch her before jetting off to see Chance The Rapper. From the couple songs I did see, I’ll say this: Barnett is way more multifaceted than I gathered from “Avant Gardener” — that [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
We’ve seen rock stars Jeff Tweedy, Tunde Adebimpe, and St. Vincent (twice!) on Portlandia this year. Now Josh Homme’s episode is about to air. Homme plays Carrie Brownstein’s brother who brings home his boyfriend, played by Nick Swardson. Because they’re pizza-loving, Jager-chugging slobs who met at ESPN Zone, Brownstein and Fred Armisen dub them “disappointing [...]
Wed, 16 Apr 2014
After a prolonged absence, Philly dream-gloop beauty-conjurers a Sunny Day In Glasgow came shimmering back earlier this year with the new song “In Love With Useless (The Timeless Geometry In The Tradition Of Passing).” There was also talk of a new album, and now we know the details of said album. As summer begins, they’ll [...]
Tue, 15 Apr 2014
Pretty soon the UK band Fujiya & Miyagi will put out their new album, Artificial Sweeteners. So far we’ve heard tracks that are filled with danceable, krautrock-influenced rock music. The new video for “Flaws” is a glitchy, neon sprawl that distorts the band and pulses with every beat in the song. Watch it below. Artificial [...]
Tue, 15 Apr 2014
We recently saw Marnie Stern keeping up an old musical partnership by sitting in with Fred Armisen’s 8G Band on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Turns out that’s not the only time Stern’s spent in front of a camera lately. An Instagram post from Levi’s revealed an advertisement featuring Stern, face obscured by blonde locks, [...]
Tue, 15 Apr 2014
Hardcore supergroup OFF! recently put out their new album Wasted Years, and now share a goofy video for “Red White And Black.” In it, comedians Dave Foley and Brian Posehn play two inept fascist leaders who end up getting their comeuppance. Directed by the Admiral, it also features small cameos from Danny Carey (Tool), Dale [...]
Tue, 15 Apr 2014
The first time Trent Reznor and frequent collaborator Atticus Ross got together to score a David Fincher film, it was The Social Network, and they won an Oscar for it. The duo worked with Fincher again on The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, and they’ve collaborated with Fincher once again on the forthcoming thriller Gone [...]
 
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