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Blondfire - Domino (iPhone 6S video)

Gifted songstress Erica Driscoll can add another line to her entertainment resume with the release of "Domino" a new song from Blondfire (Los Angeles). She shot and editing the entire project on her iPhone 6S in a collage style. Talented...Show More Summary

Watch Eddie Vedder Join Sting & Peter Gabriel In Seattle

Sting and Peter Gabriel’s joint Rock Paper Scissors tour stopped at KeyArena in Seattle last night, where they were joined by none other than Eddie Vedder to sing with each artist on one of their tracks. Vedder did the Police’s “Driven To Tears” with Sting and then a few minutes later followed that up by […]

Watch Céline Dion Impersonate Rihanna & Sia On The Tonight Show

The big news from late-night TV last night was Stephen Colbert bringing his old friend Jon Stewart out of retirement so that he could launch one huge, euphoric fuck-you at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. It must’ve been hard for Jimmy Fallon to compete with that, but he did come up with something pretty entertaining. […]

Book Notes - Matthew Cheney "Blood"

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...

Drugdealer – Suddenly (feat. Weyes Blood)

Drugdealer is the new project (and latest illicit substance-related moniker) from the man behind Run DMT/Salvia Plath/the Doobie Sisters/Silk Rhodes, Mike Collins. His excellent, Ariel Pink-produced new album The End of Comedy is due...Show More Summary

De La Soul – “Royalty Capes”

Eternally-sharp rap elders De La Soul raised a whole fuckpile of Kickstarter money to make their new album And The Anonymous Nobody, and that album will finally come out next month. We’ve already posted a few recent songs from the group: “Trainwreck,” “Pain,” “Action!” And the morning, they also shared the loping, unhurried, plainspoken “Royalty […]

Book Notes - Jenni Fagan "The Sunlight Pilgrims"

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...

Summit – “Pale Moonlight Shadow”

If we could slap ye olde RIYL stickers on Bandcamp pages, maybe “like Justin Broadrick on the ISS remixing the last five years of metal!” would get pasted on I, Voidhanger’s stream of Summit’s full-length debut, The Winds That Forestall Thy Return. Such a badge would attack eyeballs with that traditional hyperbolic zing, at least. […]

MGMT – “Goodbye Darling” (Alan Vega Cover)

MGMT have shared a cover of Alan Vega’s 1983 Saturn Strip solo track “Goodbye Darling” in tribute to the Suicide member, who passed away this weekend. They join a number of artists who have memorialized the singer, including Bruce Springsteen, Win Butler, and Devon Welsh. Listen to MGMT’s cover below.

Bruce Springsteen Shares Eulogy For Alan Vega

Over the weekend, Suicide’s Alan Vega passed away, and this morning Bruce Springsteen shared a eulogy of the late singer. Springsteen was a long-time champion of the group, citing their debut LP as inspiration for his 1982 album, Nebraska, which contained the very Suicide-esque “State Trooper.” He even included a cover of “Dream Baby Dream” […]

listen to the Stranger Things theme by members of Austin band S U R V I V E

Like seemingly everyone else on the internet, we're currently obsessed with the new Spielberg-meets-Stephen King '80s nostalgia trip / Netflix original series Stranger Things. One of the elements that makes the show so great is the perfectly eerie atmospheric score, which was created by Kyle Dixon + Michael Stein of Austin band S U R V I V E. Show More Summary

Watch Beach House Cover The Korgis’ “Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime”

The Korgis’ 1980 hit “Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometimes” has been covered many times over the years, including by Beck for Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, and during their set at Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival yesterday, Beach House showed off their own version of the pop ballad. The original already sounds surprisingly like a […]

Song, by Toad: The Year So Far In Videos

Dive-Bombing | Modern Studies from rob st john on Vimeo. Considering we do things like the Toad Sessions, here at Song, by Toad Records we are generally not all that good at making videos for our releases. Fortunately this year we have been working with a bunch of bands with plenty of their own initiative, […]

GvsB Modern Yacht Rock // Summer 2016 Mixtape

With the recent return of Sirius XM's glorious seasonal yacht rock channel, we were inspired to compile this mixtape of modern soft rock, sophistipop, vaporwave, balearic pop, cosmic funk, and smooth hypnogogic jams from the past decade...Show More Summary

McDonald’s’ Marketing Exec, Music Agency, & Jingle Engineer Agree Pusha T Didn’t Write “I’m Lovin’ It” Jingle

Reports surfaced last month that Pusha T once took a break from selling controlled substances to slang burgers for McDonald’s (not sure which is worse) by writing the famous “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle. Though he’s clearly rapping a verse on an extended version of the jingle in this Mickey D’s commercial, Push never confirmed nor […]

Watch Kacey Musgraves Join Weezer On “Island In The Sun” In Nashville

Kacey Musgraves has been covering Weezer’s 2001 Green Album track “Island In The Sun” for a few years now, and last night Weezer brought her out on stage during their show at the Ascend Amphitheater in Musgraves’ hometown of Nashville to perform the track alongside the band. They donned leis and performed against a backdrop […]

Watch The National And Låpsley Become Bob’s Burgers Characters For “Bad Stuff Happens In The Bathroom” Cover

Bob’s Burgers has a rich history and great track record with original compositions, and a recent episode features a funny song called “Bad Things Happen In The Bathroom,” sung by Bob and Louise. In a new music video, the National and Låpsley cover the track and are animated in the traditional Bob’s Burgers style. The […]

Littler – “Big Mouth” (The Muffs Cover)

It’s hard to find any band playing pop-punk-ish music nowadays that doesn’t revere the razor-sharp precision of the Muffs, and Littler — the Philadelphia band who released their fantastic debut album, Of Wandering, earlier this year — paid tribute to the ’90s greats with a cover of “Big Mouth” off the band’s 1993 debut. All […]

Paul Is Alive: 10 Quick Thoughts Upon Seeing Paul McCartney With My Dad

1. My first musical memory is riding around in my dad’s car listening to cassette tapes. In a reflection of the times and my parents’ effort to keep things kid-friendly, most of them were contemporary Christian pop albums like this or this or even this. But there was also Abbey Road. I remember “Maxwell’s Silver […]

Metronomy – “Night Owl” Video

The UK dance-rock institution Metronomy recently released the new album Summer 08, and they’ve just followed up their “Old Skool” video with a new one for the bright, sunny “Night Owl.” Quentin Dupieux, better known to most of us as the French dance producer Mr. Oizo, directed the video, and it’s a surreal and absorbing […]

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