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Galway, Ireland Singer/Songwriter Ultan Conlon Drops New Single; Debuts in U.S.

Galway singer/songwriter Ultan Conlon is recognized in his native Ireland as an accomplished songwriter. His heartfelt and intricate compositions are legendary on the Emerald Isle, […] Read more, get songs or stream the entire mix on Indie Rock Cafe

Jidenna – “Little Bit More” Video

There’s still no telling when Long Live The Chief will drop, but there are going to be a few bangers on there based on what we’ve heard so far. One such song is the breezy island-kissed romp “Little Bit More.” Today, Jidenna’s given it the visual treatment. It’s fittingly shot in the Caribbean, and it’s […]

Watch Autolux Rip Through “Brainwasher” On Conan

LA trio Autolux brought their slick, futuristic, multi-genre blend to Conan last night. They performed the groovy, rhythmic assault that is “Brainwasher” off of their excellent album Pussy’s Dead. Their onstage presence isn’t necessarily the most electric; it’s more hypnotic and amazing in its precision and technical prowess. Drummer Carla Azar is a wonder to […]

Psychic Ills – “Baby” Video

The long-standing New York psych rock band Psychic Ills released their most recent album, Inner Journey Out, back in June on Sacred Bones, and today they’re debuting a video for its single “Baby.” The Jason Evans-directed clip follows an urban cowboy as he ventures around town. It’s a lonely and beautifully shot short film; watch […]

Eddie Money Fires Back At “Chemo” Drummer And His “Groupie” Fiancée In New Court Filing

We’ve learned a lot of strange things in 2016, and on that list, the idea that ’80s AOR star Eddie Money is a complete dick is probably pretty low. Still, it’s pretty interesting! Last month, we reported that Money’s former touring drummer Glenn Symmonds and Tami Landrum, Summonds’ fiancée, are both suing Money. Symmonds is […]

Nouvelle Vague – “Athol Brose” (Cocteau Twins Cover)

The last time we posted about Nouvelle Vague, Michael Jackson had about two weeks left to live. To refresh your memory, the French group “seeks to reinterpret classic new wave and post punk songs as Bossa Nova.” This Fall, Nouvelle Vague — featuring core members Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux as well as singers including […]

Liam Betson – “The Comedians”

With 2014’s The Cover Of Hunter, Liam Betson transitioned from recording as Liam The Younger to releasing music under his given name. Next month, he’ll put out another album (his sixth in total), called Austerity Measures — “Perhaps these songs will help convey the love and hope I often feel, despite my ignorance,” he says […]

Clipping. – “Baby Don’t Sleep” Video

We don’t often hear about people leaving hit Broadway plays to focus on their grinding, experimental noise-rap groups, but that’s what Daveed Diggs is doing. Earlier this month, Diggs finished up his run on Hamilton, where he won a Tony and a Grammy for playing the dual role of Thomas Jefferson and Marquis De Lafayette. […]

Skott – Porcelain / Wolf

The story goes that she grew up in a commune, surrounded by folk musicians and had a childhood unaware of contemporary music, but while thee traditional folk influences are few and far between - the glacial serenity and near-mystical vocal range are right at the centre. Skott – Porcelain / Wolf was originally published on The Blue Walrus.

Shorties (The Man Booker Prize Longlist, New Music from Lydia Loveless, and more)

The longlist for the 2016 Man Booker Prize has been announced: All That Man Is by David Szalay Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet Hot Milk...

VHS Collection – “The Longest Drive”

With appearances at Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits looming on the horizon, New York City natives VHS Collection are sharing a new single from their forthcoming EP Stereo Hype. VHS Collection is the perfect example of the power of a strong local following, having formed in 2014 with tiny bookings usually at friends’ parties, before […]

Flock Of Dimes – “Semaphore” Video

A couple of weeks ago, Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner announced If You See Me, Say Yes, her first ever full-length under the name Flock Of Dimes, the solo project that she’s been using to put out great experimental bedroom-pop for the past few years. Lead single “Semaphore” was one of our favorite songs of the […]

Pusha T FaceTimed With Hillary Clinton

In her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton is clearly putting a ton of work into winning the key swing state of Virginia. That’s probably at least part of the reason why she chose the former VA governor and senator Tim Kaine as her running mate. And maybe that’s also why she recently jumped on FaceTime with […]

Las Kellies – “Summer Breeze”

Las Kellies formed in Buenos Aires over 10 years ago, in 2005. They’ve become a popular act in the city, and are one of few Argentine rock bands that have broken out of Latin America and made a name for themselves in the US and Europe. If you check out their Bandcamp discography, you’ll notice […]

Watch The Strokes Play “Threat Of Joy” On Kimmel

After dropping the surprise Future Present Past EP earlier this year, the Strokes made their first TV appearance behind it last night. They brought their deathless rumpled charm to the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live, and I’m surprised the show didn’t put them on the outdoor festival stage that they usually use for bigger acts. […]

How To Dress Well – “Lost Youth / Lost You”

Two days ago, How To Dress Well, the bedroom-R&B auteur known to his parents as Tom Krell, teased a little bit of “Lost Youth / Lost You,” the first single from his new album Care. Today, we get to hear the whole thing, and it’s lovely. The song is a big, shimmery breakup song with […]

Three Questions with K Phillips

For the last half decade, Texas songwriter K Phillips has been one of the best underground sounds in America, a celebrated live sound, and a gifted showman. The poet born-out-of-time now finds himself living in Nashville. And these days?...Show More Summary

listen to new Burial + Zomby collaboration Sweetz

The intensely anticipated collab from enigmatic UK producers Burial + Zomby officially arrives this Friday on limited one-sided white vinyl 10" via Hyperdub. "Sweetz" will also appear on Zomby's forthcoming full-length Ultra; listen now on the more illicit corners of the internet (youtube) or in a more fragmented/annoying but official capacity below: Continue reading…

Morrissey Announces Fall Tour

Morrissey has just announced a whole slew of new tour dates in the US, Asia, and Australia via his semi-official True To You site. Any bets on which ones will be cancelled first? 09/20 Louisville, KY @ Palace Theatre 09/22 Philadelphia, PA @ Tower Theater 09/24 Brooklyn, NY @ Kings Theatre 09/28 Tokyo, Japan @ […]

Watch Radiohead Play “Let Down” For The First Time In 10 Years

Radiohead played the first of a two-night run of shows at NYC’s Madison Square Garden tonight, and they took the opportunity to perform OK Computer’s “Let Down” live for the first time since 2006. I hope Ed Norton enjoyed it! Watch some fan-shot footage of the performance below. @TheGarden @Radiohead plays #LetDown #Radiohead #GoodMusic #NYC […]

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