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Stream Meyhem Lauren Piatto D’Oro Mixtape

Today, the Queens rap tough guy Meyhem Lauren releases his new album Piatto D’Oro, which he named after his favorite Italian restaurant in New York. Laurenovitch has notched two different Mixtape Of The Week wins here at Stereogum, for Respect The Fly Shit and Mandatory Brunch Meetings, and he’s a frequent presence on his friend […]

Lone – “Vapour Trail”

Lone is the psuedonym of producer Matt Cutler. He’s announced his sixth album, Levitate, and the first peak at the 34-minute album finds it worlds away from any of his other work. “Vapour Trail” is a glitchy, rhythmic, percussion-heavy trip with elastic, sustained synths on top of quick, catchy synth patterns. It’s highly danceable, which […]

Titus Andronicus Announce Live Album ‘S?+?@?dium Rock : Five Nights At The Opera

New Jersey DIY punks Titus Andronicus had one of last year’s best albums in their behemoth rock opera opus The Most Lamentable Tragedy. For the release of the triple LP, the Jersey five-piece sold out five consecutive shows, one for each act of the opera, at the tight, legendary Brooklyn DIY quarters of Shea Stadium. […]

Yung – “The Child”

Danish Band To Watch and Best New Band Yung will release their debut album, A Youthful Dream, in June, and today they’ve shared another new track from it following “Pills” and “Uncombed Hair.” “The Child” is a bit pared back from the band’s characteristic intensity — here’s what singer and songwriter Mikkel Holm Silkjær had […]

Tired Lion – “Not My Friends” (Stereogum Premiere)

Tired Lion make songs that are meant to reach the back rows of crowds, a necessary talent considering the amount of festivals the Australian four-piece are scheduled to play this coming summer. “Not My Friends,” the band’s latest single, is an onslaught of crunchy riffs that are buoyed by strategically placed breathing space. “They’re not […]

Amber Arcades – “Fading Lines” Video

Amber Arcades is the moniker of Dutch musician Annelotte de Graaf. De Graaf has been blazing since the beginning of the year. Before announcing her new album Fading Lines, she gave us one of the best early singles of the year in “Turning Light” and it’s held up with the year approaching the halfway mark. […]

New Music To Delight Your Ears - High Tide 15:47

High Tide 15:47 From: Newcastle, England Too Soon from Newcastle sextet High Tide 15:47 is a delightfully dreamy, ball of languid fuzz. The tide is high for these shoegazy Geordies and they're gonna be your number one.ListenVisitHigh Tide 15:47 - Facebook

hear a new track from Leon Vynehall's Laszlo Dancehall project

Leon Vynehall shares a warm, rolling new track from his other project (a duo with A1B), Laszlo Dancehall. The beach-ready "Channel" is taken from a new 12" out May 16 on Wolf Music: Continue reading…

I’ll Be Fine When I Go Under

Austin, Texas is populated by a malicious blackbird called the great-tailed grackle. The birds make themselves known to visitors in two ways: Their very particular sing-song caw is inescapable, and they swoop down from the sky to scavenge whenever possible. There are food trucks and roadside restaurants all over East Austin, which to a grackle […]

GØGGS – “Glendale Junkyard”

Late last year, Ty Segall formed the new band GØGGS with Ex-Cult’s Chris Shaw and Charles Moothart, who also plays in Segall’s other project Fuzz. Today, they’re officially announcing their self-titled debut album, which will feature guests like Mikal Cronin, Wand’s Cory Hanson, and Vial’s Denee Petracek and which a press release describes as “ten […]

Popcaan Arrested After Onstage Altercation With Antigua Police

Popcaan has reportedly been arrested in Antigua following an on-stage altercation with police officers during his set at the Antigua Trades And Labour Union rally, where he was the featured performer. The Antigua Observer reports that the dancehall artist told police officers not to handle the crowd so roughly after several members of the audience […]

Sorcery – “The New Armageddon” (Stereogum Premiere)

Sweden’s Sorcery released Bloodchilling Tales, their first full-length, in 1991. Already five or so years into their run, the death metallers had made a name for themselves on the back of three progressively heavier demos and a 7? on Thrash Records. The early stuff was fresh-kill raw, retaining that oh-so-’80s frenzied thrash edge wielded by […]

Radiohead – “Burn The Witch” Video

Those “Burn The Witch” mailers and Instagram teasers were leading up to the debut of Radiohead’s “Burn The Witch” video. The track bridges symphonics, electronics, and acoustic-oriented rock, and it’s matched with Chris Hopewell’s Wicker Man-inspired claymation visions. Show More Summary

Ryshon Jones – “Joymance” (Stereogum Premiere)

If writing a song is like doing a math problem, then maybe the longer it takes to figure out, the happier you’ll be when you find the answer. Ryshon Jones has been working on his forthcoming album You’re Safe Now for two years, starting and restarting about 30 times in the process. Throughout that stop-start […]

Album Of The Week: Kaytranada 99.9%

Drums do funny things on Kaytranada tracks. The Montreal producer comes from the world of SoundCloud house remixes. He made his name on an unauthorized 2012 remix of Janet Jackson’s “If,” and since then, he’s been touring big rooms and festivals in Europe, sharing bills with the EDM elite. But his music doesn’t sound like […]

Sam Fischer – “Lean” (Stereogum Premiere)

Sydney-raised, LA-based pop singer-songwriter Sam Fischer is ready to make some noise all his own after graduating from the Berklee College of Music, singing background for HOLYCHILD, and writing for Rihanna. While he readies new material for his debut EP this summer, he’s found time to drop off the introductory one-off, “Lean.” Fischer melds the […]

Beth Orton – “1973” Video

Before she rose to prominence as a solo artist, Beth Orton got started 20 years ago singing on Chemical Brothers tracks. She’s returning to her electronic roots on her seventh studio album Kidsticks, which she co-produced with Andrew Hung of Fuck Buttons. Orton’s shared the lead single “Moon” and followup “1973,” and today she gives […]

Watch Last Night’s My Morning Jacket Concert For Austin City Limits

My Morning Jacket are one of those rare sure-bet live bands, the type of band to catch every time you’ve got a chance. Last night, they played at Austin’s Moody Theater, taping their third episode of the long-running PBS live-music show Austin City Limits. And ACL livestreamed the entire two-hour show on YouTube, then archived […]

Jherek Bischoff – “Cistern” (Stereogum Premiere)

When we’ve covered LA-based composer Jherek Bischoff in the past, his name has tended to appear on the back side of an ampersand. He’s assisted David Byrne, Sondre Lerche, and Amanda Palmer plus Pixies and the Roots, but his own solo work is well worth hearing too. Bischoff will release a new album called Cistern […]

Joy Atlas – “Drop Your Sword” (Stereogum Premiere)

UK geometric pop quartet Joy Atlas only have a couple songs to their name, but their nimble blend of musicality, danceability, and feathery but deceptively piercing vocals belies their newness. Though it’s just their third single, “Drop Your Sword” is a gorgeous bit of dream pop built upon layers of exquisite textures and intertwining lines. […]

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