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Giorgio Moroder – “Tom’s Diner” (Feat. Britney Spears) (Suzanne Vega Cover)

Giorgio Moroder’s new album Déjà Vu is his first in 30 years, and it also features a ton of wacky and unexpected high-profile pop star collaborations. The wackiest and most genius might be Britney Spears covering Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner,” which has made it online a little earlier than expected. Listen to Moroder and Britney’s […]

Best New Album Releases, April 2015 – Toro Y Moi, Sufjan Stevens, Twin Shadow, Modest Mouse, Lord Huron, Villagers, Lower Dens

During the past month there have been quite a few awesome album releases from popular and signed indie rock artists and bands, including Toro Y Moi, Sufjan Stevens, Twin Shadow, Death Cab For Cutie, Bjork, The Cribs, Modest Mouse, Lord Huron, Waxachtchee, The Mountain Goats, Villagers, Lower Dens, Reptar, Brian Wilson, Josh Rouse, East Indian [...]Show More Summary

FIDLAR – “40 Oz. On Repeat”

It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from L.A. punk rockers FIDLAR, who released their fun-as-hell self-titled album back in 2013. (Their “Cheap Beer” still rules hard.) But the band has just roared in out of nowhere with a brand new song called “40 Oz. On Repeat.” It’s a fantastically bratty anthem about using […]

Record Store Day’s Best Seller Was A Cassette

Cassette tapes never went away. Sure, their function has changed in the almost four decades since the introduction of the Walkman, but tape culture is alive and well. They’re a cheap way for young bands and labels to put out a physical release and, with vinyl production so prohibitively expensive and time-consuming nowadays, it’s becoming […]

ANAMAI – “Half” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

ANAMAI brings together Anna Mayberry from Toronto sludge rockers HSY and David Psutka of industrial drone project Egyptrixxx. The result is murky, spacious folk that is far gentler than both members’ previous output. Director CaydenShow More Summary

Jeremih – “Planes (Remix Feat. Chance The Rapper)”

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Chance The Rapper has shared a remix of Jeremih’s “Planes” that he made with his band the Social Experiment, which incorporates the heavily jazz-inspired vibes of their other songs. The track, which originally featured J. Cole, has a new verse from Chance that borrows some elements from Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory‘s “I’ve Got […]

Fresh Sounds 25th April 2015

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Ethan Kath Clarifies Statements About Alice Glass, Says Crystal Castles Are In The Studio

After Crystal Castles’ Ethan Kath posted what appeared to be an antagonistic statement about ex-bandmate Alice Glass upon the release of “Frail,” Glass responded with some tweets calling Kath’s words “manipulative.” Now Kath has given a short interview to Pitchfork clearing up his statement and offering news on the future of the band. Kath said […]

The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Admittedly, this is a bit of a weird week for 5 Best Songs. Not weird because the songs are stranger than usual (they’re not) or because they’re weak in some way (they’re super not), but because there’s no single track that casts a gigantic shadow over the others. But weirdness often makes for great spectacle. […]

Gacha – “Let Me Love You” & “Waterfalls” (Feat. TBA)

Berlin producer Gacha’s pearly, electronic comedowns are soothing above all. In advance of releasing his debut full-length Send Two Sunsets, we premiered the title track, and now he’s shared two others. “Let Me Love You” is not a Ne-Yo cover, but a lingering command that’s far more meditative than demanding. On “Waterfalls,” he’s once again […]

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

One of the videos getting a lot of notice this week is Calexico’s clip for “Falling From The Sky,” starring José González and an absolutely disgusting worm creature. I can recognize that it’s a very good video, but it’s not on this list, because I hate that fucking worm creature. It just skeeves me out. […]

John Metcalfe – “Just Let Go” (Feat. Natasha Khan)

Violinist John Metcalfe is an expert at bridging the classical and pop worlds, and his latest single does just that. “Just Let Go,” from Metcalfe’s upcoming The Appearance Of Colour casts Bat For Lashes singer Natasha Khan’s AutoTuned vocals against a mystically creeping orchestral slow build and, eventually, a deconstructed trip-hop thump. It’s a marvelous […]

So Anxious

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The Infamous Turns 20

When Kanye West was recording My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy in Hawaii, he famously hung a sign on the studio wall that read “What would Mobb Deep do?” That means Kanye wanted people like Justin Vernon and Rick Ross to put themselves in the same mindset of two teenage Queensbridge hyenas, young geniuses at the […]

Shana Cleveland & The Sandcastles – “Holy Rollers” Video

La Luz frontwoman Shana Cleveland is releasing her solo debut with her other band, the Sandcastles, in May. We premiered the finger-picked rattler “Itching Around” a few weeks back, and before that she also shared the quiet, cat-stretch lazy track “Golden Days.” Now, she’s directed a drama-kid-weird video for yet another excellent song off her […]

Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

Here at Stereogum we love musicians. But musicians do not always love us, especially this week. Amanda Palmer stopped by to address our criticism of her crowdfunding endeavors, though to her credit she stuck around and answered questions. We ranked post-punk band Wire’s albums worst to best and they were not impressed. Charlie Puth hasn’t […]

Planes Mistaken For Stars Announce Mercy Reissue, Promise New Music

The Colorado-by-way-of-Illinois band Planes Mistaken For Stars were ticketed for some degree of stardom when their first full-length album, Fuck With Fire, dropped in 2001. That was the same year that brought Thursday’s Full Collapse, Hot Water Music’s A Flight And A Crash, and Converge’s Jane Doe. In other words: a boom time for scathing, […]

Watch The Replacements Play New Song “Whole Foods Blues”; Studio Recordings, Box Sets, Book, Movie In The Works

The Replacements reunion keeps picking up steam. Not only is the band in the midst of their first U.S. tour since 1991, they’ve also got a bunch of new projects in the works. Co-manager Darren Hill tells Billboard that recording sessions in Waltham, Mass. and Minneapolis have yielded seven or eight “actual” songs (as opposed […]

Towkio – “Reflection” (Prod. Kaytranada)

I was gaga for Towkio’s gooey, ebullient “Heaven Only Knows.” We even chose it as one of the best songs that week, and given Chance’s assertion that.Wav Theory was one of the year’s best releases, anticipation began to build. “Reflection” is a total 180 from Towkio’s jazz-addled joy. It’s a warbly, EDM downer about […]

Malone Again Naturally

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