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Premiere: Mocky - “Exception To The Rule”

Mmm. You know what’s SMOOTH? Yup: peanut butter. Absolutely love that shit. Oh, know what else, though? L.A.-via-Berlin songsmith, producer (of Feist, Kelela, Chilly Gonzales, Moses Sumney, Lidell and more), and soulman-extraordinaire Dominic “Mocky” Salole. Show More Summary

New Strokes Single Premiering Today?

4 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The signs are piling up, and it looks more and more like we’re going to hear some new music from the Strokes this morning. Massive strokes wall projections have shown up in New York and London, and Cult Records, Julian Casablancas’ label, has shared images of those projections on its social media. Here’s New York: […]

Former Dum Dum Girl Kristin Welchez embraces pop as Kristin Kontrol

The second song on Kristin Welchez’s debut album as Kristin Kontrol is a matter-of-fact tale recounting a party she DJed at a hotel in New York City. At first, “White Street” sounds like a pretty humdrum night out, especially for a musician who for years fronted the venomous noise-pop group Dum...

Samson - In My Mind

Sounds like: Gallant, Jordan Bratton, Daniel Merriweather Song: Samson - In My Mind What's so good? Up-and-coming London singer/songwriter SAMSON has come through with the goods on first single "In My Mind." SAMSON's possess a voice dripping with soul that simmers over producers Sakima's brooding electronic beats. Show More Summary

The Strokes: Something Appears to Be Happening Very Soon

Julian Casablancas announced Tuesday he'll be hosting a new monthly radio show on Sirius XM. Culture Void premieres today at 10 a.m. Eastern. As rumors swirl that Casablancas will air new Strokes music on the show, Strokes billboards...Show More Summary

The Meaning Of Contentment

5 hours agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Fluxblog

Alexis Taylor “Crying in the Chapel” Alexis Taylor’s interpretation of “Crying in the Chapel” is faithful to the tone of Elvis Presley’s classic recording, but strips nearly everything out of the arrangement aside from piano. There’s just enough there to give the song its shape, and a slight amount of reverb to imply the richness […]

How an L.A. Punk-Rock Bowling League Turned Into a Major Vegas Music Festival

This Memorial Day weekend, thousands of wildly decked-out music fans will descend on the desert for three days of outdoor concert revelry. But you won’t see floral head garlands or celeb photo opps or gourmet food offerings or $15 cocktails at this festival. We’re talking the anti-Coachella here, folks: cheap...

Alan Bibey Mandolin Camp launches this year

The 1st Annual Alan Bibey Mandolin Camp has been scheduled for later this summer, held in conjunction with the Ocean Lakes Bluegrass Festival in Surfside Beach, SC. Joining Alan on the faculty will be Danny Roberts from The Grascals, and Gary Brown, Bibey’s cousin and […]

Wannabe Reviews Chance The Rapper’s ‘Coloring Book’

In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews the third mixtape by from Chicago MC Chance The Rapper, Coloring Book, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution:  The post Wannabe Reviews Chance The Rapper’s ‘Coloring Book’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Three Siblings Stars of Modern Latino Music Revisit the Rancheras of Their Youth

Siblings Martha, Claudia and Gabriel Gonzalez form one of the most important musical families in Los Angeles, preserving the roots and spirit of Mexican culture. As children of immigrants and lifelong champions of East L.A., they’ve come together to tell the story of their family for one night only through...

Henry Rollins: Travel Is Magic

In my adult life, one of the most gratifying things is to make plans, as simple as a grocery run or as complicated as a solo journey out into the world that will take several weeks to realize. Daydreaming is a very worthwhile exercise. From “spacing out,” I have come...

Troy Ave. Reportedly Among Those Shot at T.I. Show in New York

It has been reported that hip-hop star Troy Ave. was among those shot during the chaotic scene. Continue reading…

James Blake On Frank Ocean’s New Music: “It’s Better…He’s Had Time To Mature"

U.K. musician says The Colour In Anything was inspired by his collaborator's new music.

Stop Everything! Victoria Beckham's Shelved 2003 Hop Hop Album Has Leaked Online

6 hours agoEntertainment / Music : NME

Stop Everything! Victoria Beckham's Shelved 2003 Hop Hop Album Has Leaked Online

How Can I Vote If I'm At Glastonbury For The EU Referendum?

6 hours agoEntertainment / Music : NME

How Can I Vote If I'm At Glastonbury For The EU Referendum?

'Los Punks' documentary goes behind the scenes of L.A.'s underground punk rock scene

For decades a low-budget, high-energy punk rock scene has been burning through the backyards and empty lots of East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and South Central Los Angeles. If the new documentary "Los Punks: We Are All We Have" is any indication, the neighbors aren't too happy about it.  But the...

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