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Natural high

Mike Wallace - "Natural High" [Buy or here] The Smoking Trees - "Trips" [Pre-order]-album will be out on July 10th on Ample Play Once in a while, I meet people who are from a SNL skit or a B-comdey...

Shorties (An Interview with Vendela Vida, Stream the New Veruca Salt Album, and more)

Bookworm interviewed Vendela Vida about her new novel The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty. NPR Music is streaming the new Veruca Salt album Ghost Notes. Salon interviewed Jonathan Galassi about his debut novel and the state of publishing. Mary Bonney discussed...

Shorties (Recommended Songs for Book Lovers, The Best Songs of 2015 So Far, and more)

Paste recommended songs for book lovers. NPR Music listed its favorite songs of 2015 so far. AbeBooks listed essential science fiction books. Heavy Blog Is Heavy listed the top albums of 2015 so far. Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed authors Wendy...

W. Darling – “Learn To Love” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

Hayley Gene is at a crossroads. The Canadian singer-songwriter has been writing songs as W. Darling for pop C-listers like Cody Simpson (Ed Sheeran-lite) and Victoria Justice (Ariana Grande’s nemesis), and last year, she lent some levity to Bassnectar’s heady dubstep-romance “You & Me.” Finally, she’s edged out on her own and is releasing a […]

Lychgate – “Deus Te Videt” (Stereogum Premiere)

When London’s Lychgate released their self-titled debut LP in 2013, their big publicity hook was the involvement of guitarist/vocalist Greg Chandler. Chandler’s better known as one of two consistent members of Esoteric, a long-running and prolific doom metal band that helped to establish the lugubrious “funeral doom” subgenre during the mid-’90s. With any luck, An […]

Inspector Tapehead Are Back

Things move fast in the music industry, and memories are short. We released the debut album by Inspector Tapehead back in something like 2010 I think, but they promptly disbanded to the furthest corners of Scotland and, whilst not calling time on the band per se, at the very least meant that we heard little […]

it’s just a shot away

Back on a good day in 2008, I sat under a hot tent in Golden Gate Park at the Outside Lands festival and talked with burgeoning talent Grace Potter; she was fiery and fascinating and we walked away having articulated that we totally could’ve been friends if we lived in the same place. In that […]

Chelsea Wolfe – “Carrion Flowers” Video

Soon after the release of the first single off her upcoming album, Abyss, Chelsea Wolfe shared another new track, “Carrion Flowers” — which was featured in the trailer for Dark Places. And now Wolfe delivers the perfect black-and-white video for the song, with eerie images shot in California and New York. Directed by Wolfe and […]

Hate Eternal – “The Stygian Deep”

Hate Eternal frontman Erik Rutan may have the strongest death metal pedigree of any living human. He’s probably best known these days as the driving force behind Florida’s well-regarded Mana Studios, where he’s engineered albums by such extreme-metal mainstays as Cannibal Corpse, Goatwhore, Vital Remains, and Tombs. (Plus, uh, the Mountain Goats.) But for death […]

HAERTS – “Everybody Here Wants You” (Jeff Buckley Cover)

Festival-ready Brooklyn synthpoppers HAERTS released their self-titled debut last year, and they’ve already followed it up with a new single. It’s an atmospheric, relatively linear take on “Everybody Here Wants You,” a song from the late Jeff Buckley. The original was a languorous falsetto hymn that appeared on Buckley’s posthumous album Sketches For My Sweetheart […]


Saad Lamjarred - "LM3ALLEM". Travelling in Morocco last week, I reflected on its pop music. A song like this, Lamjarred's juddering summer smash - what did it have to do with the terrasses of Taroudant or the alleys of Essaouira?...

Watch Bryan Cranston Introduce Above And Beyond’s “Walter White” At Electric Daisy

Bryan Cranston is one of those insanely talented famous people who also just seems like a pretty fun dude. EDM fest Electric Daisy Carnival kicked off this weekend, and UK trance crew Above And Beyond played a headlining set last night. They have a song called “Walter White” — named, of course, for Cranston’s chemistry […]

The 6 Best Moments Of Firefly 2015 Thursday & Friday

There’s a great funny-because-it’s-true joke in Wayne’s World that captures how the rest of the U.S. views Delaware. Wayne finds himself in front of a green screen in his show’s fancy new studio, and upon being “magically whisked away” to the state, he doesn’t know what to say past, “Hi, I’m in Delaware.” What do […]

Sharknado 2’s Mark McGrath Announces Debut Solo Record

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Sugar Ray frontman — or perhaps more importantly, co-star of Sharknado 2 and Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser — Mark McGrath announced that he will release his debut solo EP with help from the crowdfunding site PledgeMusic. Though ’90s hitmakers Sugar Ray are still performing and, as McGrath puts it, “rocking stages around the world,” […]

Watch Carly Rae Jepsen Cover Cyndi Lauper, Stephen Colbert Cover Toby Keith, Lady Gaga Cover 4 Non Blondes At Songwriters Hall Of Fame Induction

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Last night at the 46th annual Songwriter Hall Of Fame awards dinner, several current stars covered classic songs to honor this year’s inductees. Carly Rae Jepsen covered Cyndi Lauper’s iconic ’80s love song “Time After Time.” Lady Gaga has been covering 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up” for a while now, so she performed a rendition […]

video premiere: Vesuvio Solo – Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Vesuvio Solo drop some hazy, nostalgic VHS visuals for their slinky/seductive single “Don’t Ask, Don’t... Read more »

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