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Holy Ghost! – “Crime Cutz” Video

It’s nice to have Brooklyn disco dudes Holy Ghost! in full promo mode. A few days ago they shared a teaser for their single “Crime Cutz” and today they’ve paired the whole funky thing with a matching set of visuals by director Ben Fries. The clip is a spectacular polychromatic light show set in an […]

Nico Yaryan – “Driftin (Demo)”

We spotlighted LA songwriter Nico Yaryan last year with “Just Tell Me” and “Old Gloria,” two tracks that will appear on his debut for Partisan. Yaryan’s new demo “Driftin” isn’t included on the upcoming record, but it slots in nicely with what we’ve heard from the artist so far. Plaintive guitars give way to a […]

Drake Accepts NBA Hall Of Famer Reggie Miller’s Ping Pong Challenge

As is now the norm, Drake made some plans over Twitter last night. The rapper, who will serve as the coach for Team Canada in the upcoming NBA All-Star Celebrity Game next week, was challenged by NBA Hall Of Famer Regie Miller to a game of ping pong and readily accepted. Here’s their exchange: Master […]

Shorties (The Tournament of Books Brackets, The Prettiots on Their New Album, and more)

The bracket for the 2016 Morning News Tournament of Books has been released. The Prettiots broke down their album Funs Cool track-by-track with Paste. The Guardian reviewed the album. 0s and 1s Reads interviewed author Sheila Heti. Pitchfork reviewed the...

Jim-E Stack – Deadstream

New track from Brooklyn producer Jim-E Stack, inspired by Ready For The World's "Long Time Coming": Continue reading…

Watch Andrew Bird Debut “Capsized” On Conan

Last night, Andrew Bird, the most handsome whistler in all of indie rock, did musical-guest duties on Conan and used the opportunity to debut a new song called “Capsized.” It’s a simmering classic-rock groove that requires Bird to play his violin both as a violin and as a guitar. (No whistling, though.) As it turns […]

Download Young Thug I’m Up Mixtape

For a few weeks, the livewire Atlanta rap star (and recent Future sparring partner) Young Thug has claimed today as the release date for his Slime Season 3 mixtape. Well, Thug did follow up last fall’s Slime Season 2 with a new mixtape today, but it’s got a different title. The new tape is called […]

Stone Temple Pilots Reportedly Launching Open Auditions For New Singer

In the years leading up to the death of founding lead singer Scott Weiland, Stone Temple Pilots toured and recorded with Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington on lead vocals. But Bennington left the band late last year when it became clear his commitments to Linkin Park were too significant to continue fronting STP. A few […]

Rivers Cuomo, Ben Gibbard, Andy Partridge Write Songs For New Monkees Album?

Davy Jones, the singer for the ’60s psych-pop boy band the Monkees, died in 2012, but it looks like some version of the band intends to soldier forward. On Amazon, there’s a listing for a new Monkees album called Good Times, slated to come out 6/10 on Rhino. There’s no further information on it, but […]

Jessie J: “I’m Kind Of Celebrated As One Of The Greatest Singers In America”

The British pop singer Jessie J is doing just fine for herself in America. She has a couple of hits. She just opened Fox’s Grease! Live musical. That’s something, right? She is not, however, considered one of the greatest singers in America. That would be a ridiculous thing to claim. And yet, Jessie J is […]

Watch Wilco Perform On Colbert, Sing Stephen Colbert A Lullaby

Wilco have been down with Stephen Colbert since his Colbert Report days. And when they showed up on his Late Show last night, they weren’t just there to do musical-guest duties. They did just fine as musical guests, of course, performing the vaguely skronky “Random Name Generator,” from last year’s album Star Wars. But Colbert […]

listen to Young Thug's I'm Up mixtape

R.I.P Slime Season 3: stream + download Young Thug's I'm Up now: Continue reading…

Mssingno drops his new FONES EP

UK producer Mssingno drops his new FONES EP on XL. Listen to the whole thing below + pick up the 12" here: Continue reading…

Donuts Turns 10

There’s a lot to break down on the massive hip-hop production pillar known as Donuts. In terms of emotion, technique, and legacy this thing is beastly. A 130-page book was written on it! So let’s begin with a bit of background and symbolism to ease into why it’s blasphemous among hip-hop heads to say you […]

Watch Madonna Play ’90s Hit “Take A Bow” For The First Time In 21 Years

Madonna’s 1994 single “Take A Bow” was one of her biggest hits, but she’s only performed it live a handful of times — once at the American Music Awards, once at Italy’s Sanremo Festival, and once on German TV, all in 1995. Today, however, at her show in Taipei, Taiwan, she sang the ballad live […]

Watch Larry David Get A Hug From The 1975 In Their SNL Promo

Larry David is hosting this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, and British bubblegum-pop band the 1975 will be the musical guests. In accordance with SNL tradition, the show has shared a couple of short promos, which rely pretty heavily on David’s well-established curmudgeonly persona. In one clip, Kate McKinnon and the members of 1975 […]

The Lonely Island Launching Saturday Night Comedy Show On Fox

The Lonely Island first launched their careers via Saturday Night Live way back in 2005, and now the trio are going to have a Saturday night sketch show of their own. Entertainment Weekly reports that Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone are teaming up with Paul Scheer of The League, Human Giant, and a […]

Alicia Keys Has A Flirty Request For House Speaker Paul Ryan

Alicia Keys is urging Congress to pass criminal justice reform, but, you know, in a sexy way. “Dear Paul…Can I call you Paul?” the singer asks Speaker Of The House Paul Ryan in a new Valentine’s Day video message for her social advocacy organization We Are Here. “I recently saw a picture of you working […]

Watch Conan O’Brien & Grace Potter Play A Qatar-Themed White Stripes Parody

Conan O’Brien traveled to Qatar back in November to entertain American troops stationed overseas. He filmed a special episode of his late-night show at the Al Udeid Air Base, with Grace Potter serving as his musical guest, and the two also joined together to perform a slightly different version of the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation […]

R.I.P. Maurice White

Maurice White, founder and leader of iconic funk act Earth, Wind & Fire, has died. TMZ reports that he passed away in his sleep overnight following a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. He was 74 years old. White’s younger brother and bandmate Verdine has issued the following statement via Facebook in response to his passing: […]

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