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Watch Titus Andronicus Play Previously Unreleased “69 Stones”

Last month, New Jersey’s Titus Andronicus announced a new live album S+@dium Rock: Five Nights At The Opera, and today they have shared a live video for the previously unreleased track “69 Stones.” Shot at Brooklyn’s Shea Stadium by Chris Elia and Jeremy Aquilino during their tour behind 2015’s The Most Lamentable Tragedy, “69 Stones” […]

Sannhet – “Short Life”

The newest installment in the Adult Swim Singles Series is “Short Life,” a new track from Brooklyn-based metal band Sannhet, their first release since last year’s Revisionist LP. It’s a scorching four-minute instrumental, with a focus on speed-picking doused in reverb and an impressive, anchoring drum pattern. Check it out below. Download “Short Life” and […]

Katy Goodman & Greta Morgan – “Bastards Of Young” (The Replacements Cover) (Stereogum Premiere)

Katy Goodman of La Sera and Greta Morgan of Springtime Carnivore have teamed up for an album of punk covers entitled Take It, It’s Yours. The LP features the duo’s takes on songs by the Stooges, Blondie, Bad Brains, and a number of other classic outfits. Morgan provided us with some background behind the project’s […]

Lucy Dacus signs to Matador set to physicall release debut No Burden on 9/9/16

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Photo Credit: Dusdin Condren I hadn’t heard of Lucy Dacus prior to this morning. But apparently many people had as she seems to have generated a whole ton of buzz. So much so that the venerable Matador Records have just adder her to their roster and are going to release her debut, No Burden, on [...]

Nite Jewel – “Boo Hoo” Video

Nite Jewel released Liquid Cool, her newest album of darkly glowing bedroom-R&B, a couple of weeks ago. And today, she’s given us a video for the heavily slinky album track “Boo Hoo.” Director Emilia Kurylowicz’s clip is pretty much just Ramona Gonzalez dancing on rooftops, washing a car, and drinking champagne out of a Big […]

HBO Cancels Vinyl

HBO has cancelled the Martin Scorsese & Mick Jagger-executive produced series Vinyl after only one season. Back in April, showrunner Terence Martin left the series and was replaced by Scott Z. Burns in anticipation of a reworked second season, but now The Hollywood Reporter says that HBO has pulled the plug on the whole show. […]

Maynard James Keenan Announces Authorized Biography A Perfect Union Of Contrary Things

At least when he isn’t talking about wine, the Tool/A Perfect Circle/Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan has always maintained a certain enigmatic distance. But he’ll shed at least some of that this fall when he publishes his “authorized biography” A Perfect Union Of Contrary Things, which was written by his longtime friend Sarah Jensen. It […]

Japanese Breakfast – “Jane Cum” Video

Japanese Breakfast’s debut album Psychopomp is one of the best of the year so far, and today the haunting album cut “Jane Cum” has gotten the video treatment. Michelle Zauner once again teamed up with Adam Kolodny and House Of Nod Productions, who also directed the video for “In Heaven“, for a spooky, occult-themed day […]

Atmosphere – “Ringo” Video

In August, Minneapolis hip hop duo Atmosphere will release Fishing Blues, their seventh studio album. Spanning 18 tracks the album features appearances from DOOM, Aesop Rock, Kool Keith, The Grouch and more. In anticipation of the release, producer Ant and lyricist Slug have released the first single “Ringo” in the form of a video depicting […]

Ghost Gum – “Edible Complex”

Back in 2014, Ghost Gum put out an enthralling and crazy promising demo collection, but have been mostly quiet since then, save for last year’s split alongside fellow Philly rising stars Mumblr, Clique, and Loose Tooth. Now the four-piece are gearing up to release their debut album — called The Past, The Future, Dwelling There […]

Parcels – “Anotherclock”

Australia’s Parcels make slick, funky synth pop morsels that melt in your ears. They’ve dropped a couple irresistibly groovy singles over the last year or so including “Herefore,” and they continue to impress with their latest single “Anotherclock.” A stanky bass line, cosmic sustained synths, and cleverly syncopated drums are interjected by playful piano flourishes, […]

Read An Excerpt From The New 33? Book On LCD Soundsystem’s Sound Of Silver

Even in a year as overcrowded with events in the music world as 2016 has been — whether the tragic loss of old icons, or the overflow of stunning releases from new icons — LCD Soundsystem’s sudden reunion is a big story. It’s garnered perhaps as much exasperation from the doubtful as it has excitement […]

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Hear An Unearthed Nirvana Recording Session Featuring Previously Unreleased Songs

A few unreleased Nirvana recordings have made their way online thanks to a fan who bought a reel on eBay containing a session from 2/15/93 that was recorded at Pachyderm Studios around the same time as In Utero. Alternative Nation reports that the reel had 7 previously unreleased recordings, including two versions of “Dumb,” three […]

Phil Elverum, Kimya Dawson Among Artists Owed Money By “Crumbling” K Records

Beloved Olympia, Washington indie mainstay K Records is selling the building it occupies to make good on debts to artists. According to The Olympian, the imprint owes several artists money, ranging from $100 to five-figure sums. Among the artists owed larger totals are Kimya Dawson of the Moldy Peaches and Phil Elverum of The Microphones […]

Ringworm – “Shades Of Blue” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

Hardcore bands don’t tend to age well, which means there aren’t a lot of bands in the style you could describe as “institutions.” Cleveland’s Ringworm are among the few active hardcore bands that fit the bill, though purists might object — a sizable chunk of their DNA comes from thrash metal. (This might be the […]

Thundercat – “Song For The Dead” Video

Thundercat’s mini-album The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam came out a year ago today, and to commemorate the occasion, he’s released a video for “Song Of The Dead” that was directed and animated by Ryan McShane. It follows the avant-jazz musician on a galactic journey and prominently features a pack of wolves. McShane elaborated […]

GL – “Hallucinate” (Stereogum Premiere)

Aussies Ella Thompson and Graeme Pogson are GL. The Melbourne-based synthpop duo makes infectious electric boogie rhythms with funk-tinged edges. They’re set to drop their debut album, Touch, later this summer. Their new single “Hallucinate” is a bevy of synth layers irresistibly intertwined with a whomping bass line and catchy melodies wrapped in a vintage […]

Wymond Miles – “Summer Rains”

Wymond Miles, guitarist in the great Bay Area garage-psych band the Fresh & Onlys, maintains a low-key, expansive solo career, and he’s got a new solo album called Call By Night coming out soon. We’ve already posted the early single “Divided In Two,” and now he’s shared album opener “Summer Rains,” a starry-eyed burst of […]

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