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Stranger Things season 2 soundtrack blazoned, hear new song

On October 27, Stranger Things returns to Netflix for its highly anticipated second season. On the Friday before, the 20th, lands Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein’s accompanying soundtrack. The duo has shared the original soundtrack’s opening number, “Walkin’ in Hawkins”, which you can stream... Continue reading

Beyoncé shares new "Freedom" video for #DayOfTheGirl

Here is a new video from MJ Delaney featuring young girls lip-syncing “Freedom”, a standout from Beyoncé’s Lemonade. Beyoncé shared the video on Facebook—here’s her message. “Today is #DayoftheGirl. Girls around the world are fighting for their freedom every day. Join me, Chime for Change, and... Continue reading

The Go! Team announce new LP Semicircle

The Go! Team will release a new album called Semicircle on January 19. Ringleader Ian Parton got the old live band from the Thunder, Lightning, Strike-era together for the album, which is based on “the idea of a school marching band gone rogue, chucking away their sheet music to blast out... Continue reading

Sufjan Stevens shares "Wallowa Lake Monster"

Sufjan Stevens will release The Greatest Gift Mixtape, a companion piece to his 2015 album Carrie and Lowell, on November 24. Today he has shared a partly “Dungeons & Dragons”-inspired song called “Wallowa Lake Monster”. Check it out below. Continue reading

Belle and Sebastian announce EP trilogy, How to Solve Our Human Problems

Belle and Sebastian have announced an EP trilogy called How to Solve Our Human Problems. Below you can listen to a song from the first triumvir called “I’ll Be Your Pilot”. The triptych has a staggered release and will drop on December 8, January 16, and February 16 before being collected in a... Continue reading

St. Vincent shares new song "Pills"

St. Vincent’s upcoming album, Masseduction, out on Friday, is already amassing some outstanding reviews from our friends across the pond. (Our review isn’t ready yet, but I can confirm that it really is quite good.) Before today we heard two singles from the LP, “New York”, a glossy piano... Continue reading

New Music: The Smiths, Weezer, Real Estate

On October 20, The Smiths will release a deluxe reissue of The Queen is Dead. Check out this previously unreleased demo of “I Know It’s Over”. According to a press release, the reissue is a 5xLP box set and includes a newly remastered edition of the album, demos and rarities, a previously... Continue reading

King Krule shares new song "Half Man Half Shark"

King Krule has shared a third single and video from his upcoming LP, The Ooz. This one, awesomely titled “Half Man Half Shark”, follows the languid, stream of consciousness of first single “Czech One” and its smashing follow-up “Dum Surfer”. Andy Marshall’s first album as King Krule... Continue reading

St. Vincent shares "Los Ageless" video

St. Vincent has shared a gorgeously colorful and grisly new video for “Los Ageless”, where she satirizes stereotypical L.A. tropes, like plastic surgery. The track was released a few weeks ago when she announced Masseduction, her new album. It’s out October 13.Watch “Los Ageless” below. Continue reading

Reviews: Fergie's Double Dutchess; Miley's Younger Now

Double Dutchess by FergieAfter keeping the world waiting for over 11 years, Stacey Ferguson, known to the world as Fergie, at last released her second solo album, a visual album called Double Dutchess. Admit it to yourself or not, The Dutchess slapped; even Vince Staples agrees, and he’s right... Continue reading

Deep Ambient with Daniel: Entain by Vladislav Delay

Deep Ambient With Daniel is a new column where Daniel Bromfield, Pretty Much Amazing writer and former host of Deep Ambient Hour With Daniel on 88.1 KWVA, discusses the ambient treasures he loves, lives with, and falls asleep to.I’m not sure the world deserves Vladislav Delay. The Finn toils... Continue reading

Review: Kamasi Washington, Harmony of Difference

My first experience with counterpoint was being forced to learn Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Fugue No. 2 in C Minor, BMV 847”. And I hated it. Not the piece: I hated that my piano teacher made me learn each voice separately; as a hot-headed teen, I was more willing to learn a piece by (clumsily)... Continue reading

New Songs: Survive, Oneohtrix Point Never, Kamasi Washington

Survive, the Austin, TX, synthwave band perhaps best known for being the main project for Stranger Things composers Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, has a new remix EP called RR7387. It’s out November 3. Check out a track below, a remix of “Cutthroat” by Lena Willikens. Survive released... Continue reading

Radiohead & Hans Zimmer collaborate on "Ocean (Bloom)"

Radiohead have teamed up with the massively influential film score composer Hans Zimmer on a track called “Ocean (Bloom)”, a reimagining of their King of Limbs opener “Bloom”. The collaboration appears in the new BBC Series Blue Planet II. You can hear it below accompanying the... Continue reading

Angel Olsen releases "Special"

Angel Olsen has announced an upcoming B-sides and rarities compilation that collects all those hard-to-find recordings for all you completionists out there. She’s calling the comp Phases and it’s out November 10. Here is our first taste: a seven-minute jam called “Special” that was... Continue reading

New Music: Morrissey, DOOM, Torres

Morrissey has released the first single from his upcoming LP, Low in High School. It’s called “Spent the Day in Bed”, which is just about as Morrissey as it gets. The chorus, I think you’ll find, seems to capture the common malaise of the time. “Stop watching the news/Because the news contrives to... Continue reading

Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile share "Continental Breakfast"

Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile have released a video for “Continental Breakfast”, a song that appears on their upcoming joint LP, Lotta Sea Lice. Earlier, Barnett and Vile shared “Over Everything”. Check out the new video below.Lotta Sea Lice is out October 13. Continue reading

Listen to an unreleased Yeah Yeah Yeahs song

On October 20, Yeah Yeah Yeahs will reissue their landmark 2003 debut album, Fever To Tell, releasing it on vinyl for the first time in 10 years. The reissue will collect some unreleased songs, demos, b-sides, and other rarities from the era. Among the bounty is “Shake It”, which you can hear... Continue reading

Chance the Rapper debuts new song

Last night, Chance the Rapper stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for an interview and to debut a new song with Daniel Caesar. The song is one of the new tracks Chance has been working on in the studio, where he’s been “cooking up some yammers.” Chance even admitted that “they’re... Continue reading

Review: Cut Copy, Haiku from Zero

Where In Ghost Colours (2008) was robust, Cut Copy’s new record Haiku From Zero feels ramshackle. If that reads as an insult, it is, their new record is bright and dancy on a first listen and mostly empty and crumbling by a fourth. As 80’s nostalgia continues to disappear in favor of whatever... Continue reading

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