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FKA Twigs played a packed show at Glasslands in Brooklyn last night and debuted new music. A recording of a new one seemingly titled “Give Up” is now available and shows that Twigs sounds just as otherworldly live as she does in the studio. Check out the bewitching new song below. FKA Twigs’ debut album [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
“She looks so perfect standing there/ In my American Apparel underwear” is the new “I like girls who wear Abercrombie & Fitch.” Fifteen years ago, at the height of boy-band mania, America was bombarded by LFO’s “Summer Girls,” in which bros with magnificently sculpted haircuts and bodacious bods sing-rapped clumsy couplets between harmonious refrains about [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
To celebrate the kickoff of their tour together the Hold Steady and Deer Tick have covered each other’s music. The Hold Steady took on “Easy” the lead song off their tour-mates’ album Born On Flag Day while Deer Tick covered “Constructive Summer,” the first song on Stay Positive. Listen to both below. (via AVClub)
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
You might expect Belle & Sebastian to cover the Kinks or Nick Drake or 10cc. You might not expect them to cover the most-covered Journey song ever. But it’s impossible to say no to sick kids, and during a recent visit to Children’s Healthcare Of Atlanta for the Songs For Kids Foundation nonprofit, the Scottish [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
Before she joined Dirty Projectors during the days of Swing Lo Magellan, Olga Bell was a Band To Watch. Now she’s taken some time to work on solo material again. Her upcoming album, Krai, is sung entirely in Russian and judging from the new single “Stavropol Krai” her intricate vocal-centered performances are as strong as [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
Soul legend Aretha Franklin has got herself into a bit of an embarrassing mess. Franklin is suing satirical news site the News Nerd for $10 million because of a story they ran about a fictional brawl between Franklin and fellow soul songstress Patti LaBelle. Supposedly, LaBelle felt that Franklin was bit disrespectful during a “Women [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
Honest, the much-anticipated new album from Future, started streaming online a couple of days ago, but that stream had a couple of big omissions. “Never Satisfied,” Future’s Drake collab, is on the stream, but it’s only an abridged version of the song. And more frustratingly, “Benz Friends (Watchuola),” Future’s track with the mercurial OutKast enigma [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
This week we heard Lykke Li’s new single, “Gunshot,” which, as Tom pointed out, is a hell of a power ballad. Now you can hear the Swedish singer perform it in an entirely different way. H&M has produced a video featuring an acoustic version of the song. All the grand instrumentation of the original is [...]
Fri, 18 Apr 2014
As a rap crew, the Wu-Tang Clan has always been a notoriously chaotic and fractured entity, and no Wu-Tang member has been quicker to criticize crew mastermind RZA than Raekwon. When Wu-Tang released their last studio effort, 2007′s deeply underrated and commercially disappointing 8 Diagrams, Rae was the first person in the group to call [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Vivian Girls breathed their last breath earlier this year, and now former Vivs bassist/vocalist Katy Goodman, once known to the world as Kickball Katy, is soldiering on with her La Sera solo project and getting ready to release the new album Hour Of The Dawn. We’ve already shared first single “Losing To The Dark,” and [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Kieran Hebden aka Four Tet aka no-really-he’s-not-Burial just blessed us with two new tracks under his Percussions alias yesterday, and now he’s given us a third. Just over an hour ago Hebden tweeted a link to “Sext,” maybe the finest of the three excursions into experimental four-on-the-floor thump. I could actually imagine provocative SMS messages [...]
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Thu, 17 Apr 2014
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The just-released title track off Matthewdavid’s upcoming In My World begins appropriately with disorienting vinyl scratches. It quickly falls into a smooth soul groove, but always stays slightly off. The hazy R&B definitely sounds off-balance, but that’s the state in which the producer sounds his strongest. Listen to it below. In My World is out [...]
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We recently heard glossy dance-rock trio Little Daylight remixing Sky Ferreira; now here’s Future Islands remixing Little Daylight. “Overdose,” premiered here last year, originally sounded like a female-fronted answer to the Passion Pits and MGMTs of the world. It’s still in that ballpark, but Future Islands have turned a clean, crisp single into something woozier [...]
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The Grizzly Bear member and occasional solo artist Daniel Rossen just wrapped his first-ever solo acoustic tour, and he started every show on the tour with an untitled new song that has plenty of that mysterious Grizzly Bear grace. Earlier this month, Rossen played Atlanta’s Terminal West, and someone there took video of the entire [...]
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Devon Williams has been crafting lush pop music for years, and soon he’ll release the new album Gilding The Lily. The album’s first single, “Flowers,” has an appropriate title, considering how much it sounds like springtime. Over delicate but purposeful drum rolls, fast-strummed guitars blow through like a cool ocean breeze. The dazzling production comes [...]
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Thu, 17 Apr 2014
Yesterday, Sky Ferreira shared a very strange Grant Singer-directed video for her wounded anthem “I Blame Myself.” Ferreira plays a drug kingpin in the video, and other than the police who arrest her, virtually everyone else in the video is a young black man. There’s also an out-of-nowhere scene where Ferreira and her gang bust [...]
Thu, 17 Apr 2014
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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