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New Music To Delight Your Ears - Batteries

Batteries From: Glasgow, Scotland Batteries is the latest venture from Steven Clark perhaps better known by noise pop enthusiasts as Sci-Fi Steve from punky upstarts Bis. His spiky twitchy post punk single The Fall-In-Love-Club withShow More Summary

Die Antwoord – “Banana Brain”

After breaking a two-year silence with the single “Dazed And Confused” earlier this year, Die Antwoord is set for a prolific 2016. They’ve already dropped their Suck On This mixtape this past spring, and now they announce a proper full-length with Mount Ninji And Da Nice Time Kid, set to drop in early fall. The […]

Stream Gucci Mane Everybody Looking

It’s likely that Gucci Mane has recorded two or three albums’ worth of material in less than two months since being released from prison. Hell, he’s already dropped six songs off his new Everybody Looking, a couple tracks that didn’t make the cut, a bunch of videos, various features, announced a reality show, teased the […]

Radiohead Announce Pathway To Paris Live Album, Thom Yorke Bedtime Mix

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke performed last December at Pathway To Paris, a benefit concert to fight climate change. Today the band announced that select performances from the event will be released digitally as a live album this coming Wednesday, 7/27. Proceeds will benefit and the United Nations Development Programme. The Pathway To Paris album features […]

Hear Oasis’ “D’You Know What I Mean? (NG’s 2016 Rethink)” From Be Here Now Deluxe Reissue

Potatoes have long memories! We’re nearing the 20th anniversary of Be Here Now, Oasis’ grand and bloated third album, the one they made when they were absolutely on top of the universe and when they couldn’t imagine that they wouldn’t stay there forever. And as the third in a series of 20th-anniversary Oasis reissues, Big […]

Regina Spektor – “Bleeding Heart”

The idiosyncratic singer-songwriter Regina Spektor is coming back this fall with a new album called Remember Us To Life — her first since 2012’s What We Saw From The Cheap Seats and since her Orange Is The New Black theme song “You’ve Got Time” got permanently stuck in our collective head. The first single from […]

George Harrison Estate Addresses RNC’s Use Of “Here Comes The Sun” To Introduce Ivanka Trump

Last night, as part of the terrifying procession of national disgraces and absurdities that was this year’s Republican National Convention, Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka walked on stage to the sound of the Beatles’ “Here Comes The Sun.” Get this: George Harrison’s estate doesn’t approve! “The unauthorized use of #HereComestheSun at the #RNCinCLE is offensive & […]

Watch Céline Dion Impersonate Rihanna & Sia On The Tonight Show

The big news from late-night TV last night was Stephen Colbert bringing his old friend Jon Stewart out of retirement so that he could launch one huge, euphoric fuck-you at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. It must’ve been hard for Jimmy Fallon to compete with that, but he did come up with something pretty entertaining. […]

Slothrust – “Horseshoe Crab”

Slothrust are a Brooklyn-based trio of Sarah Lawrence grads who make jazz- and blues-inflected indie rock, music that alternately simmers and erupts. They’re gearing up for the release of their third LP, Everyone Else, this fall, and today, they’re sharing slow-burning lead single and album centerpiece “Horseshoe Crab.” The song starts out on the quieter […]

Chairlift – “Get Real”

This morning, a new song from the New York pop-music tinkerers Chairlift mysteriously appeared on Spotify. The song is called “Get Real,” and the duo have played it live before, and they tweeted more than three years ago about recording a song with that same title. So maybe it’s an album outtake? Or a reworked […]

Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam – “A 1000 Times”

Last month Rostam Batmanglij performed his first solo concert since leaving Vampire Weekend, opening for Brian Wilson at Brooklyn’s Northside Festival. Throughout the set he was joined onstage by a number of his friends and frequent collaborators, including Angel Deradoorian and Ra Ra Riot’s Wes Miles, as well as the Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser, who most […]

Brand New – “Out Of Range”

Brand New have been quite active recently. In the past few months, they’ve headed out on tour, released a new song, and reworked some old demos, and now they’ve shared another song. A demo of “Out Of Range” surfaced online a few years ago, but they’re finally officially releasing a re-recorded version of it as […]

Kool Keith – “World Wide Lamper” (Feat. B.a.R.S Murre & Dirt Nasty)

Weirdo Bronx rapper Kool Keith is returning this fall with new LP Feature Magnetic. “Album is a full ahead of time extravaganza,” Keith tells XXL. “If you play it backwards you may hear some wild shit.” Along with the announcement, he’s just shared bleepy first single “World Wide Lamper,” produced by Keith himself under his […]

Atomic Books Comics Preview - July 22, 2016

In the weekly Atomic Books Comics Preview, Benn Ray highlights notable new comics, graphic novels, and books. Benn Ray is the owner of Atomic Books, an independent bookstore in Baltimore. He also runs the Mutant Funnies Tumblr. Atomic Books...

Watch The Trailer For Fox’s Rocky Horror Picture Show Remake

Fox is doing the time warp again. Last October, the network announced that they would be remaking the 1975 cult phenomenon The Rocky Horror Picture Show as a two-hour TV special starring Orange Is The New Black’s Laverne Cox. And now, just in time for Comic-Con, the first official trailer has arrived. Watch it below. […]

Watch Ben Gibbard Throw Another Ceremonial First Pitch For The Mariners

Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is a big fan of the Seattle Mariners. The Washington native has previously recorded an ode to former Mariners hero Ichiro Suzuki, performed at a Mariners game, and thrown out the first pitch at a Mariners game, and last night, he threw out another first pitch at another […]

Colbert Bumps Case/Lang/Veirs For More Donald Trump Jokes

case/lang/veirs, the singer-songwriter team-up of Neko Case, k.d. lang, and Laura Veirs, recently their self-titled debut album last month. The supergroup was scheduled to play a song on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert tonight, but according to Case, their performance has been bumped to make room for more Republican National Convention coverage — or, […]

Footage Of Rihanna As An Alien Stripper In Valerian Debuts At Comic-Con

Luc Besson’s upcoming sci-fi epic Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets, based on the French comic series Valérian And Laureline, stars Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne as intergalactic special agents tasked with maintaining order in the universe. And apparently, as Vulture reports, it also co-stars Rihanna as a space stripper in an alien […]

David Bowie, Kanye West, & Sting Agreed To Be Bitten By This Massage Therapist

Dorothy Stein bites people for a living. But not just any people! No, to get bitten by Dr. Dot, you have to be a famous musician. Yes, “celebrity bite massage therapist” is apparently a viable career path, and it’s one that Stein has pursued for almost 30 years now, amassing a client base that has […]

Unreleased David Bowie Album The Gouster Included In New Box Set

The newly announced David Bowie box set Who Can I Be Now? (1974 – 1976), a sequel to last year’s 13xLP Five Years 1969-1973 set, will include a planned Bowie album called The Gouster. The Gouster is a collection of songs that eventually morphed into 1975’s Young Americans but never saw a release in its […]

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