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Rhye share new song "Taste"

Rhye have shared a new song called “Taste”. It’s their third new song of the year after “Please” and “Summer Days”, sparking rumors of a new album, which would be nice considering their last LP was 2013’s Woman!Listen to “Taste” below: Continue reading

First Aid Kit announce new album Ruins

On January 19, First Aid Kit will release their new album Ruins, their first project since 2014’s Stay Gold. Check out the album’s lead single, “Postcard” below.Ruins by First Aid Kit:01 Rebel Heart02 It’s a Shame03 Fireworks04 Postcard05 To Live a Life06 My Wild Sweet Love07 Distant Star08... Continue reading

Listen to Fever Ray's new album Plunge

Fever Ray’s first album in eight years, Plunge, is out now on the streamers. Listen to it below. The album will see a physical release on February 23, 2018. Continue reading

Listen to MØ's surprise EP, When I Was Young

Our favorite Dane, MØ dropped a new EP out of nowhere today. It’s called When I Was Young. Here’s what she had to say about the project:“All of these songs are really personal, referring to the journey I’ve been on, specific situations and my state of mind through all this. It circles themes like... Continue reading

Sufjan Stevens shares "John My Beloved (iPhone Demo)"

Sufjan Stevens has shared another track from his upcoming mixtape, The Greatest Gift, which features outtakes, remixes, and demos from the sessions that made up his excellent 2015 album, Carrie & Lowell. Today he shared an “iPhone demo” of album track “John My Beloved”. Check it out below.... Continue reading

Fever Ray's new album Plunge is out tonight

Surprise! Fever Ray, aka The Knife’s Karin Dreijer, will release her first album since 2009, Plunge, tonight. It hits the streamers at midnight, though you’ll have to wait until February 23 to own a physical copy for some reason. Earlier, Dreijer shared a track from the album, “To the Moon and... Continue reading

Tune-Yards triumphantly return with "Look at Your Hands", new album

Merrill Garbus’ Tune-Yards hasn’t released an album since 2014’s excellent Nikki Nack, the follow-up to her idiosyncratic breakthrough, Pazz & Jop-topping 2011 LP, Who Kill. All that changes in early 2018. Garbus has announced that Tune-Yards—now officially a two-person project featuring... Continue reading

New Videos: The National, Spoon

Two great bands share two new videos for two great songs off their two great albums.The National, “I’ll Still Destroy You” from Sleep Well Beast.Spoon, “Do I Have To Talk You Into It” from Hot Thoughts. Continue reading

New Music: Fever Ray, Grimes, Charlotte Gainsbourg

Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back.The Knife’s Karin Dreijer has shared her first piece of new music (and video) under the Fever Ray moniker since 2009. Watch the disturbing clip for “To the Moon and Back“ below.Grimes and the... Continue reading

Young Thug and Future surprise-release Super Slimey mixtape

Young Thug and Future released a surprise joint mixtape called Super Slimey on Friday. Slimey is the third release from Future this year, following his history-making pair of number-one albums Hndrxx and Future. Earlier this year, Young Thug released Beautiful Thugger... Continue reading

Taylor Swift releases "Gorgeous"

Here is Taylor Swift’s “Gorgeous”, the newest single from her upcoming Jack Antonoff-produced album Reputation. The track follows the first single, “Look What You Made Me Do” and its follow-up, “...Ready For It?”Listen below via Spotify. Continue reading

Sophie shares new single "It’s Okay to Cry"

Sophie has made her music video debut in the video for her new single, “It’s Okay to Cry”. The song also features her own vocals, sans the warping effects that have become associated with Sophie’s best tracks, like “Bipp”, “Hard”, and “Just Like We Never Said Goodbye”. On Twitter, Sophie shared the... Continue reading

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard share "Crumbling Castle"

Just in case three new albums from King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard weren’t enough for you, here is a brand spanking new 10 minute epic from the band. Earlier this year, King Gizzard promised to release five records before 2017 is out and they might just make good on that promise. Ten... Continue reading

St. Vincent covers The Clash's "London Calling"

St. Vincent performed an acoustic rendition of the Clash’s classic “London Calling” during a recent visit to BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge in support of her extraordinary new record MASSEDUCTION. It was released last Friday. Check out the cover below. Continue reading

New MGMT song and video "Little Dark Age"

MGMT have shared a new single and video called “Little Dark Age”. It’s the title track from their upcoming album, due out next year. Watch the video, directed by David MacNutt and Nathaniel Axel, below: Continue reading

Review: King Krule, The Ooz

“I SEEM TO SINK LOWER.” That’s the first line on King Krule’s new album, The Ooz. But in Archy Marshall’s murky and garbled voice, “seem” sounds an awful lot like “sing.” Everything you need to know about the record is right there. The Ooz is an hour-plus voyage of submersion, a slow slog through... Continue reading

Review: St. Vincent, MASSEDUCTION

On paper, St. Vincent’s glee-inducing new album MASSEDUCTION shouldn’t seem this surprising. Over the course of four records, Annie Clark has foreshadowed what, in retrospect, feels inevitable. She’s steadily built her case for, and claim to, being our foremost wayward-pop virtuoso. A dotted line... Continue reading

Listen to King Krule's The Ooz

King Krule’s first album since 2013 has arrived. The OOZ, an hour and 19 songs long, features Archy Marshall’s three recent singles, “Dum Surfer”, “Czech One”, and “Half Man Half Shark”. Give it a spin below via Spotify, or head on over here for Apple Music’s stream. Continue reading

Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile release album Lotta Sea Lice

Lotta Sea Lice, the modest and jocular new collaboration album from Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile, is out today. The duo released only two singles ahead of release, a rarity in these streaming times, 2017’s theme song “Over Everything” and “Continental Breakfast”. You can hear the whole album... Continue reading

Listen to Beck's new album Colors

Today Beck has released his first upbeat record in about 50 years—unfortunately, the dominant take is that it’s one of his most lackluster LPs. Our own review certainly seems to corroborate that. Still, you can listen to it in full below via Spotify. Or you can peep it at Apple Music if that’s... Continue reading

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