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Preview A Previously Unreleased White Stripes Recording From Third Man Records’ Latest Vault Package

12 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Every once in a while, Jack White’s Third Man Records will take some older music and make vinyl art-objects out of it, sending the results out to whoever subscribes to its Vault Package series. The latest Vault Package is given over to Loretta Lynn’s 2004 album Van Lear Rose. White produced the country legend’s comeback […]

Hot Chip – “Atomic Bomb (John Talabot Remix)” (William Onyeabor Cover)

16 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Two years ago, David Byrne’s Luaka Bop label put out a compilation of old tracks from the little-known African synth artist William Onyeabor. Last year, some of those songs were reimagined for a remix album, including a cover from Hot Chip of the 1978 track “Atomic Bomb.” And earlier today, John Talabot shared his remix […]

video premiere: Dylan Stark – Shelter

On his debut LP Heartland, young Portland producer Dylan Stark utilized thousands of samples from... Read more »

Label Markets Are Odd

I really like the Indepedent Label Markets I travel around to on a regular basis, but they are strange things to go to, I have to confess. Meeting devoted fans of our releases in places like London and Inverness who can go through the whole display and point out no more than maybe one or […]

Rob St. John & Woodpigeon Split 10?

It’s taken a while for this to come together, but we can now announce a Split 10? release by Rob St. John and Woodpigeon called Young Sun | Trouble Comes. Released on the 20th April, you can actually pre-order one here and we’ll post them out a wee bit in advance, because for once we’re […]

Stream Denai Moore Elsewhere (Stereogum Premiere)

Denai Moore has taken her time releasing an album. The 22-year-old singer/songwriter first emerged about two years ago, and worked on a series of EPs while she explored her sound. Above all, Elsewhere is an album about growing up, miniature traumas arranged with the simplicity of someone encountering them for the first time. These are […]

Led Zeppelin – “Brandy & Coke (Trampled Under Foot)” Interactive Video

Led Zeppelin are in the midst of a massive reissue project, and that means we’re probably going to be getting all sorts of unearthed rarities and early versions of tracks. “Brandy & Coke” is just that — an early version of “Trampled Under Foot” that they band shared on their website back in February. (Similarly, […]

Flyying Colours – “Running Late” (Stereogum Premiere)

As an American and an annoying stickler for spelling, I find Australian shoegaze quartet Flyying Colours’ name a bit maddening (that extra u and an extra y!). I’m mostly joking, but their music would be more than enough to soothe any irritation, a heady balm of smeared guitar textures and sharp pop sensibilities. After “Not […]

Lower Dens takeover: Brian Eno/Daniel Lanois

Together they made albums like U2’s Unforgettable Fire that are the gold standard for tone... Read more »

Tanlines – “Invisible Ways”

Tanlines already asserted that there would be “lots and lots of guitars on their sophomore album Highlights, and they weren’t kidding. Their first new single “Slipping Away” funneled understated melancholy through a chirpy web of guitars, but “Invisible Ways” lopes slowly along, Eric Emm’s morose voice flanked by mournful harmonies. It’s far more America than […]

Make Yourself At Home

Galaxie 500 - "When Will You Come Home" Ought - "Habit" Last week, at karaoke, Mark described a guitar thing more perfectly than I've ever heard anything described in my life. We were talking about "The Final Countdown" because he.....

Oscar – “Daffodil Days” Video

Oscar is a London singer with a difficult-to-Google name, and his single “Daffodil Days” is a halfway-to-Britpop burst of guitar-spangled melody. The song might radiate optimism, but its new video sure doesn’t. Instead, the “Daffodil Days” clip is an almost-apocalyptic narrative about no-hope British kids trying to make do for themselves. Laurie Lynch directed it, […]

Book Notes - Skip Horack "The Other Joseph"

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, Kevin Brockmeier, George Pelecanos, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee...

new Jamie xx – Loud Places

[image] As if we weren’t psyched enough for Jamie xx’s debut record already: this song,... Read more »

Garden of Elks Album Launches Tomorrow and Sunday

Yep, that’s right, A Distorted Sigh by Garden of Elks is coming out soon – early April, actually – but the vinyl has arrived and I am collecting the tapes from Glasgow today so if you can catch them at their next couple of shows then you can get a copy slightly ahead of time […]

premiere: preview Allie X’s “GOOD”

We’re not typically into the concept of the “song teaser” as a general rule, but... Read more »

Song, by Toad at the Easter Independent Label Market in London

That’s right folks, this weekend we shall be down in London for the Independent Label Market at Spitalfields once again. We don’t really have any ‘exclusives’. I mean, we don’t really do exclusives, honestly, we try and make everything as special as we can, and then make it available for everyone. But we do have […]

Jamie xx’s debut LP In Colour out in June

The latest cover story from Mixmag confirms that Jamie xx‘s debut full-length is called In... Read more »

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