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Meek Mill & Pusha T – “Black Moses” (Feat. Priscilla Renea)

The Birth Of A Nation hits theaters next week. It’s a remake of the 1915 film Birth Of A Nation, which depicts a slave revolt led by Nat Turner in the antebellum South. Obviously it tackles a grave subject, and fittingly the star-studded soundtrack featuring Nas, Killer Mike, Vic Mensa, Leon Bridges, The Game, 2 […]

Alex Izenberg – “To Move On” Video

Not many would equate the consumption of a hamburger with the process of moving on. Throwback piano man Alex Izenberg is one of the few, if not the only. The new visual for recent single “To Move On” begins with Izenberg enjoying some lunch, followed by a sip of a refreshing Coca-Cola here and there, […]

Loamlands announces debut LP, Sweet High Rise on 10/25/16

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Kym Register has been a mainstay of the Raleigh-Durham music scene for 10 years. Now she’s set to release her debut LP under the moniker of Loamlands. In the PR email, Kym’s labeled as a wonderful LGBT advocate and queen of the Raleigh music scene along with Amelia from Sylvan Esso! The lead single, Little [...]

Zeds Dead – “Stardust” (Feat. Twin Shadow)

Canadian production duo Zeds Dead have announced a new album called Northern Lights, and it boasts a pretty impressive guest list: Rivers Cuomo and Pusha T feature on a track together, there’s a Diplo collaboration, and Twin Shadow pops up on two tracks. George Lewis Jr. has collaborated with the duo before on a 2014 […]

The Weeknd – “False Alarm”

A week after sharing the Daft Punk collaboration “Starboy” and just a day after dropping the “Starboy” video, the Weeknd is back with another single from the album he’s releasing on Black Friday. “False Alarm” reflects some of the ’80s underground rock influences Abel Tesfaye mentioned in an interview earlier this month. It’s frantic and […]

La Sera – “Whole Lotta Love” (Led Zeppelin Cover)

Earlier this summer, La Sera frontwoman Katy Goodman teamed up with Greta Morgan to release Take It, It’s Yours, an album of classic punk covers. And now Goodman is expanding her cover-song repertoire to include some classic rock, too. Tomorrow, La Sera will release the new EP Queens, which they only announced a couple of […]

You Have Less Than Two Weeks To Buy These Dumb NFL Band T-Shirts

It’s the eternal dilemma: Do you wear a T-shirt representing your favorite team or your favorite band? Well, some genius at the custom T-shirt retailer Teespring figured out that maybe you can do both at the same time. Radio.com reports that Teespring has teamed up with the NFL and a number of different bands to […]

Mura Masa – “Love$ick” (Feat A$AP Rocky)

UK singer and producer Mura Masa is steady on the rise after building an impressive following on SoundCloud. He’s worked with NAO and Shura in the past and he’s continuing to expand his resume on updated version of “Love$ick” with A$AP Rocky. The original version has been out for some time now, but today we […]

Hear Car Seat Headrest’s Piano-Heavy “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales” Live Rendition

Car Seat Headrest have a habit of switching up the arrangements of their songs in new and inventive ways when playing them live, and last night during their show in Minneapolis, Will Toledo started off Teens Of Denial highlight “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales” with an extended solo piano intro before the full band joined in for […]

Cameron Avery – “C’est Toi” Video

Cameron Avery has spent the last half decade touring with Tame Impala, but he’s also been working on solo material. He’s recently signed with Anti-, and he’s set to drop a new LP next spring. Today, Avery offers the first foray into his latest solo work with the track “C’est Toi” and a visual accompaniment. […]

gorilla vs. bear presents: Nicolas Jaar – Live in Dallas

We've teamed up with our friends at Margin Walker + the Granada Theater to present a very rare evening with the great Nicolas Jaar, live in Dallas on October 19th. We have three pairs of tickets to give away for this one; just tell us...Show More Summary

Tacocat – “The Internet” Video

Seattle punks Tacocat combined two things that would blow up on the internet when they formed eight years ago. It was probably just a coincidence, but if you’ve heard their latest album Lost Time you probably can’t be sure. They pass off sharp-tongued, astute commentary through a deadpan, nonchalant delivery buried in fuzz, but it […]

Download Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman’s Free EP Lice Two: Still Buggin’

Last year, the wordy, dense, lyrically intricate East Coast underground rappers Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman teamed up for a fun, loose, playful free EP called Lice. The EP seemed to kickstart a nice little creative run for both rappers, and they’ve both released strong solo albums in the months since. And now, they’ve teamed […]

Kanye West, Musical Innovator, Attempts To Transform The Concert Experience

Not long into Kanye West’s Saint Pablo Tour stop Sunday night in Columbus, after his floating stage had made its first complete pass across the Value City Arena floor, he launched into “Famous” — the one with the video depicting naked celebrities in bed together, yes, but also the one with the Taylor Swift lyric. […]

Premature Evaluation: Bon Iver 22, A Million

The last album was supposed to be the weird one. After unexpectedly blowing the fuck up and selling a half-million copies of his isolationist spectral-folk breakup album For Emma, Forever Ago, Justin Vernon found himself in unfamiliar territory. Kanye West was flying him to Hawaii to record, Bushmills was paying him to play “guy who […]

Doubles – “Plant”

Out of the ashes of O-Face rises Doubles, a new four-piece started by some of the members of that group. They’re now based in Philadelphia, and “Plant” is their first single. As far as introductions go, it’s a pretty good one: They keep the same buttery-smooth introspective rock that made their former band so memorable, […]

Empire Of The Sun – “To Her Door'” (Feat. Lindsay Buckingham)

Empire Of The Sun’s latest single, “To Her Door,” breaks down regret and atonement after an argument with a beloved in uncomplicated terms. “I feel better when we are together, I know it’s simple but I don’t care/ I try to say the things to make up for the mess I’ve caused,” vocalist Luke Steele […]

Stream Goat Requiem

The mysterious Swedish psych-rock collectives wear mock-tribal masks, lace their guitar freakouts with bursts of percussion, and boast a whole elaborate made-up backstory. They have their theatrical pretensions, certainly, but they justify all that with a form of bracing, rhythmic freakout music that’s nearly as fun on record as it is live. Next week, they’ll […]

Stream Opeth Sorceress

Beloved Swedish prog-metal stalwarts Opeth are set to drop their latest effort, Sorceress, tomorrow. We’ve already heard the title track, “Will O The Wisp,” and “The Wilde Flowers.” Those tracks have shown a deft command transitioning between delicate and heavy aesthetics, and it’s present throughout the entire thing. Listen below via Rolling Stone. Sorceress is […]

Faith No More – “Cone Of Shame” Video

Reunited art-metal standard-bearers Faith No More came back last year with Sol Invictus, their first album in 17 years. And today, they’ve got a new video for the ominous, slow-building album track “Cone Of Shame.” Director Gore Cvetanovski shot the video in the country of Macedonia, and it tells the story of a group of […]

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