The needle-sharp Massachusetts DIY kinda-punks Speedy Ortiz have a new album called Foil Deer coming out next month, and there’s a decent chance that first single “Raising The Skate” was the catchiest, most immediate thing that band has ever done. That song was no fluke. “The Graduates,” the second of the album’s songs that the […]
Viet Cong are a very good Calgary postpunk band whose self-titled album we heralded as Album Of The Week back in January. But despite how good their music might be, the problem with naming your band Viet Cong — and then revealing your ignorance about the lasting significance of this name — is that people […]
Joe Mirza’s heady, flickering production as the Slow Revolt has been steadily gaining in his native London. The producer’s latest track “Farther” pushes the boundaries of a relationship, asking for more with slowly building desperation. The track’s pleading reaches a pinnacle of synths, beats and bass as Mirza’s velvet voice begs the question “Could you […]
Brand Flowers, Norah Jones, Ann Wilson, Wayne Coyne, and more to celebrate the Beach Boy.
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...
Groovy new number is taken from the forthcoming album, What For?
Virginia indie rockers' fourth studio LP arrives in June through Kanine Records.
Your chance to see The Black Keys, The Avett Brothers, and Snoop Dogg in Cincy.
At this point we’ve only heard short teasers of what to expect from Snoop’s upcoming Pharrell Williams produced album BUSH, but today we get a peak at the artwork for the project. The first single is rumored to be “Peaches N Cream” and we can probably expect it to drop sooner than later. BUSH does not […]
Noisey present the 8th entry in the “Atlanta” series. In episode eight of Noisey Atlanta, we examine just how quickly the ups and downs can happen in the trap world. In short, the scene moves fast. To start things off, we meet Bankroll Fresh at a barbershop and talk about the rise of his late […]
In the most flagrant play for a female entertainer since Lil Wayne serenaded Ciara, Lil Uzi Vert dedicates his latest to DeJ Loaf. He’s really into DeJ Loaf.
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The Austrian duo are taking their unique sound from Cape Town to Cairo
Heloise Letissier is destined for pop royalty. Pun maybe intended.
Like a hatchling emerging from an egg splattered against the neighbor’s house, Canadian chickenhawk Justin Bieber has been showing new signs of maturity, relative to Justin Bieber. He recently paid a visit to his Aunt Ellen, where he was very polite and didn’t act out, and later he sent her the nicest video of himself crying. Show More Summary
Just a reminder that Peter Price & Friends appear at Lymm Golf Club this coming Saturday, 7th March – doors 7.30 pm, 8 pm start Lymm Golf Club, Whitbarrow Road, Lymm, WA13 9AN Tickets: £11 www.lymmfestival.org.uk
Paul Butler – Cities Made Of Gold (PAJ02CD) ’60s Blues boom veteran Paul Butler strengthens his comeback from a 27-year hiatus with another fine album of confident, mixed-bag rootsy fare. The Blue Horizon stalwart’s first solo album Days Will Come was well received a couple of years back. But there’s no chance of ‘difficult second album […]
By Grant 'Gumshoe' Purdum on Mar 03 2015 367 Equalizer = just more evidence of the importance of Guerilla Toss, so as we mourn their recent passing let us remem-… Wait, are they broken up/breaking up or not? Looks like they toured through...Show More Summary
NYC producer Maxo chops up “Love Is On The Way” from NYC band Kuroma (which features members of MGMT) into something that could either fit on a label as jittery as PC Music or as smooth as Ryan Hemworth’s Secret Songs (Maxo has had releases on both). Show More Summary
What We Do in the Shadows Dir. Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi [Funny or Die; 2014] by 80s Tom Hanks Rating: New Zealand isn’t exactly known for its vampires. Granted, until Flight of the Conchords, it wasn’t known for its comedy, either. Show More Summary