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Book Notes - Anthony Michael Morena "The Voyager Record"

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...

Smothered in Hugs

Guided by Voices - "Smothered In Hugs" [Buy] These events happened in last week. I was in the elevator and someone said, "what's your name? you look familiar!?" I thought this person was mistaking me for some other Asian...

Album Of The Week: Maxwell blackSUMMERS’night

Maxwell albums are like comets: They don’t appear often, but when they do, they have a way of reminding you how small you are in the vast scheme of the universe. A song like Maxwell’s version of Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s Work” feels like evidence of the existence of hyper-evolved human beings in the world. […]

Tacocat – “I Live For The Sun” (The Sunrays Cover)

The joyously jittery Seattle punks Tacocat released their Lost Time album earlier this year, and they’ve also been cranking out covers lately. We’ve posted their versions of Katy Perry’s “Roar” and the Powerpuff Girls theme song. And now they’ve taken on “I Live For The Sun,” a Beach Boys soundalike that was a minor hit […]

NITE-FUNK – “Let Me Be Me”

Nite Jewel’s Ramona Gonzalez and Dâm-Funk have teamed up a few times already, most notably on last year’s “Can U Read Me?” and “Am I Gonna Make It,” and the two are gearing up to release their debut EP together under the name NITE-FUNK, which will be released on 7/1. They’ve just shared “Let Me […]

Bat For Lashes – “We’ve Only Just Begun” (Carpenters Cover) Live Video

Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Khan has cited the Carpenters as an influence on her upcoming new album, The Bride, and she’s paid tribute to the duo by covering their 1970 ballad “We’ve Only Just Begun.” Khan has been doing the song live for a while now, and today she’s shared a professionally (and beautifully)-shot video […]

Usher – “Crash” Video

Every few years now, Usher comes through with a forward-leaning, surefire chart-topper. In 2012, we had “Climax,” and two years ago we got “I Don’t Mind” — 2016’s entry into the Usher canon is the pulsing “Crash,” and today it gets the video treatment. It’s a pretty low-key affair, featuring Usher dancing around in a […]

Watch Sampha Cover Air’s “All I Need”

Last month, UK soul singer Sampha released an excellent single in the form of “Timmy’s Prayer,” and he recently appeared on BBC Radio 1 for a piano session to perform that track and a cover of Air’s “All I Need,” which appeared on the group’s 1998 debut Moon Safari. Watch video of both performances below.

listen to the finished version of Maggie Rogers' "Alaska"

It's fun when a song that has been so incessantly hyped -- and was, by any measure, already a hit before it was even finished -- ends up being as good as you'd hoped. Maryland's Maggie Rogers shares the beautiful finished version ofShow More Summary

Outlaw Country Star David Allan Coe Sentenced For Tax Evasion

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Outlaw country singer David Allan Coe is now (sort of) an actual outlaw after being sentenced to tax evasion earlier this week. The 76-year-old musician — who made his name off of a string of songs in the ’70s and ’80s with names like “Take This Job And Shove It,” “Mona Lisa’s Lost Her Smile,” […]

Jimmy Page, Robert Plant Appear In Court For “Stairway To Heaven” Trial Jury Selection

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The trial that has epic implications for rock ‘n’ roll history has begun today. Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page and Robert Plant were in a Los Angeles courtroom today as eight jurors were selected to decide whether the legendary guitar riff in Zeppelin’s “Stairway To Heaven” was lifted from Spirit’s “Taurus.” Page and Plant sat facing […]

Shorties (The Best Books of 2016 So Far, The Ramones Exhibit at the Queens Museum, and more)

Time listed the best books of 2016 so far. Brooklyn Magazine visited the Ramones exhibit at the Queens Museum. Would you like to support Largehearted Boy? Here are a couple of ways you can help. eBooks on sale for $1.99...

Holly Miranda – “Mary Won’t You Call My Name” (Morphine Cover)

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Earlier this year, the singer-songwriter Holly Miranda released Party Trick, an EP of covers. We’ve posted her versions of songs by Drake and Bon Iver, but the cover choice that impressed me most was “In Spite Of Me,” the best song that the much-missed Boston trio Morphine ever recorded. And now Miranda has shared another […]

Clams Casino – All Nite (feat. Vince Staples)

Clams unleashes another of the many bangers from his forthcoming record 32 Levels, as he teams up with Vince Staples once again on "All Nite": Continue reading…

Revocation – “Monolithic Ignorance” (Stereogum Premiere)

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Revocation are essentially survivors of a mass extinction. When they first appeared in 2006 as an offshoot of an earlier band called Cryptic Warning, the style they play — sleek, technical death/thrash metal with a gleaming modern presentation — was at the apex of its popularity. Necrophagist and Arsis were among metal’s most buzzed-about bands, which […]

Here’s What Cannibal Corpse Would Sound Like On Radio Disney

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Despite their cameo in the beloved-among-tweens 1994 movie Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Buffalo death metal legends Cannibal Corpse never really caught on as a kids’-music band. Thankfully, someone has come along to correct that oversight. Show More Summary

Watch Band Of Horses Glide Through Two Tracks On James Corden

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Band Of Horses went on James Corden’s Late Late Show last night, and he didn’t even force them to Carpool Karaoke “The Funeral” or anything. Instead, the rootsy indie-rock OGs performed “Whatever, Wherever,” a gentle ballad from their imminent new album Why Are You OK. They also did “Solemn Oath” as a web exclusive. Check […]

Watch Courtney Barnett Cover The Lemonheads’ “Paid To Smile”

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Courtney Barnett is a big fan of the Lemonheads. A couple of years ago, she shared a cover of “Being Around,” and she’s gone on record saying that “Paid To Smile” is “a perfect pop song.” She finally got around to covering part of it during a show in Philadelphia back in May, and last […]

NV – Binasu

Thanks to Adam for the heads up on Russian experimental pop luminary Kate Shilonosova, aka NV, and her entrancing and addictive new album Binasu. The adventurous, genre-defying record is teeming with otherworldly, '80s Japanese new wave-indebted...Show More Summary

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