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Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste + Little Joy's Binki Shapiro team up to cover the Grateful Dead's "Loser"

Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste and Little Joy's Binki Shapiro (and friends) collab on a cover of the deep Dead cut "Loser", taken from the massive Day of the Dead 10xLP boxset charity comp that dropped yesterday on 4AD... Continue reading...

stream Yumi Zouma's glorious debut LP Yoncalla

New Zealand dream-pop heroes Yumi Zouma have become one of our favorite bands over the last couple of years on the strength of two stellar EPs and their irresistible, dreamily danceable live show, and the group's long-awaited debut full-length Yoncalla is finally (almost) here, dropping next week via Cascine... Continue reading…

Car Seat Headrest – Teens Of Denial (album review)

4 days agoMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

Photo by Anna Webber I don’t consider myself to be a fan of rap. There are a couple of acts I enjoy but for the most part, it doesn’t connect. But when you listen to Kendrick Lamar or watch him perform, it becomes very clear that he’s close to lapping the field. He’s executing stuff [...]

Watch Danny L Harle Debut His Carly Rae Jepsen Collab At Pop Cosmos

PC Music-affiliated UK producer Danny L Harle has teamed up with our April cover story star Carly Rae Jepsen for a new song. He did the same with Chairlift frontwoman Caroline Polachek a couple weeks ago on “Ashes Of Love” and the results were excellent. We’ve only got 30 seconds of the CRJ collab from […]

Talk To The Hand: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

It’s Weird ’90s Week on Stereogum. All week long we looked at the strangest musical moments and trends of the decade. Check out more here. On a rainy Saturday last fall I went to Brooklyn’s inaugural ’90s Fest, a haphazard day-long celebration featuring performances by Coolio, Lisa Loeb, Tonic, Smash Mouth, Blind Melon 2.0, Naughty […]

Talk To The Hand: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

On a rainy Saturday last fall I went to Brooklyn’s inaugural ’90s Fest, a haphazard day-long celebration featuring performances by Coolio, Lisa Loeb, Tonic, Smash Mouth, Blind Melon 2.0, Naughty By Nature, and Salt-N-Pepa. Nineties nostalgia is right on time of course, but to those of us who grew up in the era of CD-ROMs […]

Robin Pecknold Answers Questions About Father John Misty, College, & New Fleet Foxes Album On Reddit

Robin Pecknold recently fielded questions on Instagram about the status of Fleet Foxes and what he though of A Moon Shaped Pool. Today, he graciously offered more of his time to host a Reddit AMA where he was asked about Josh Tillman, why he chose to go back to school, which current artists he’s digging, […]

The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

We celebrated the ’90s this week by reflecting on some of the decade’s most bizarre cultural moments and artifacts. We looked back on surreal times when ’90s rock met mainstream TV, paid tribute to John Lurie’s bizarre TV show Fishing With John, argued that Nickleback won the ’90s culture war, interrogated rap’s awkward adolescence, honored […]

It’s A Spice World, And I’m Just Living In It

It’s Weird ’90s Week on Stereogum. All week long we’re looking at the strangest musical moments and trends of the decade. Check out more here. Before the Spice Girls, England had the Beatles. There were, obviously, other musical exports in the 40-plus years that separated the two, but none with comparable international draw. When the […]

Marissa Nadler x Gorilla vs. Bear takeover: Janel Leppin

Janel Leppin is an avant-garde composer, cellist, and songwriter based in DC and I’m lucky enough to have her in my band. She’s changed with me in countless unglamorous rest stops in highways across America and Europe... Continue reading…

Marissa Nadler x Gorilla vs. Bear takeover: the mystic's deck

Courtney Brooke Hall is a talented photographer that I’ve been working with for many years. You can find her @lightwitch. And Bill Crisafi, one half of the Salem, Mass. based Burial Ground, is a phenomenal and delightfully creepy illustrator. Continue reading…

Movie Notes - Nicholas Rombes "The Removals"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee...

Watch Radiohead Play A Moon Shaped Pool Songs Live For The First Time In Amsterdam

We’ll be updating this post as the concert unfolds… Radiohead kicked off their A Moon Shaped Pool tour in Amsterdam today at the Heineken Music Hall. It’s their first live show since November 2012, when they finished the King Of Limbs tour. Holly Herndon opened the show for them, and displayed a TextEdit doc on […]

Fake Tupac, Chronic 2000, & Suge’s Psychotic Revenge: The Weird & Forgotten Final Days Of Death Row Records

It’s Weird ’90s Week on Stereogum. All week long we’re looking at the strangest musical moments and trends of the decade. Check out more here. The story of Death Row Records’ rise and fall has been told ad nauseam. There have been countless books, DVDs, and documentaries chronicling this great American tragedy. It even found […]

Marissa Nadler x Gorilla vs. Bear takeover: Calico Wallpaper

Rachel is one of my oldest friends, and happens to run, along with her husband Nick Cope, Calico Wallpaper out of Red Hook, Brooklyn. In their own words, “Calico Wallpaper began with the inspiration to move art beyond the frame and incorporate its elements into everyday interior spaces... Continue reading…

Marissa Nadler x Gorilla vs. Bear takeover: The Inseparables

My brother Stuart Nadler is a writer. His new book, The Inseparables, is out in July on Little Brown, and it’s awesome. Continue reading…

Marissa Nadler x Gorilla vs. Bear takeover: Paradise

I recently wrote at length about the new White Lung record, which I love, for Talkhouse, so...here’s my favorite track off of the album -- Marissa Nadler Continue reading…

Alicia Keys – “In Common” Video

Alicia Keys is gearing up to drop an album that is presumably out later this year. She released the single “In Common” a little over two weeks ago, and then performed the shit out of it on SNL and The Voice. Today, she’s given the single a matching video via director Pierre Debusschere. In the […]

Bringing Down The Horse Turns 20

It’s Weird ’90s Week on Stereogum. All week long we’re looking at the strangest musical moments and trends of the decade. Check out more here. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly where the Wallflowers live. The project is controlled and helmed by Jakob Dylan — son of Bob, but you knew that — and may have […]

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