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Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Flying Mictrotonal Banana

King Gizzard, with a name that clearly started out as a joke, have become a part of the increasingly creative rock scene coming out of Australia with Tame Impala and Pond. Perhaps they are the fulfillment of what the Vines obviously never became, perhaps something new. Either way, King Gizzard and... Continue reading

What's going on Friday?

Tonight's NYC shows include Monsterland's first live performance in 22 years, Vagabon, Hamilton Leithauser/Lucy Dacus, JEFF the Brotherhood, Pissed Jeans, and more. Continue reading…

Listen to Thundercat's new album Drunk

Thundercat’s lush and playful new album, Drunk, is out today, which means you can stream it on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, and anywhere else music streams. In recent years, Thundercat has risen to prominence as a songwriter and bass guitarist thanks to star turns in recent... Continue reading

Hear Frank Ocean, Migos on Calvin Harris' "Slide"

After a lot of Snapchap teasing, noted underwear model Calvin Harris has shared his big new single with the cultural currency printing machine that is the combined forces of Frank Ocean and Migos. Guess what? It’s kinda classy! This is never a given with Harris, whose solution to less-than-stellar... Continue reading

Music Review: Xiu Xiu - Forget

Xiu Xiu Forget [Polyvinyl; 2017] Rating: 4/5 Faith, Torn Apart: A Parallel Poem My room is a mess [I prefer “lived in”] My hair is black and blue [I will be gray by 26] My new phone is pink [My mantra: “Real men do not exist”] My dress...Show More Summary

Stream Future’s New Album HNDRXX

Future has released his new album HNDRXX. It features 17 tracks, including new songs with the Weeknd and Rihanna. Stream it below. It’s Future’s second album in as many weeks, following up last week’s self-titled album. Before that, his last solo album was 2016’s EVOL. 

Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj Reunite for New Song “Make Love”: Listen

Gucci Mane and Nicki Minaj have reunited for a new song called “Make Love.” Stream the track below. The song comes in advance of Gucci’s forthcoming album Drop Top Wop. Yesterday, Gucci announced his first ever career tour, which includes both dates at Coachella. Show More Summary

Frank Ocean & Migos 'Slide' w/ Calvin Harris (listen)

Harris had been teasing the release of the song which showed up around 11pm Thursday night. Continue reading…

Listen to Thundercat’s New Album Drunk

Thundercat’s new album Drunk is out now. It features contributions from Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald (on the previously released “Show You the Way”), as well as songs with Kendrick Lamar, Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, Pharrell, and Wiz Khalifa. Show More Summary

Listen to Frank Ocean, Calvin Harris, Migos’ New Song “Slide”

Frank Ocean, Calvin Harris, and Migos have released their new song. Listen to “Slide” below. After teasing the track multiple times on his Snapchat story, Harris finally officially announced the song earlier this week, tweeting out the full credits for the song along with a list of the instruments used to create it. Show More Summary

Watch: Young Thug - “Safe”

Young Thug and his longtime collaborator Wheezy (who is responsible for producing Thugger’s flawless “Constantly Hating,” among many others) have come together again for a new track, titled “Safe.” It’s unknown whether the song is a preview of a new release or a one-off, but the video’s description says “I Will Never Quit. Show More Summary

Lana Del Rey Teases Mysterious Date Sequence

Lana Del Rey recently made her return with a new song, “Love.” Now, the singer-songwriter has teased a series of dates on her Twitter, accompanied with a cryptic message. “At the stroke of midnight... Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23,” it reads. Show More Summary

At The Drive-In announce first album in 17 years, share track, unfurl (more) tour dates

17 years after At The Drive-In endured an eventful breakup that would ultimately serve as the catalyst for The Mars Volta and Sparta becoming separately worthwhile bands, the group that was solely responsible for exposing many of usShow More Summary

BBC 6 Music Festival: 2017 lineup & tix

The BBC's indie/alt station is throwing a three day fest in Glasgow featuring Depeche Mode, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Ride, Belle & Sebastian, Father John Misty, Sparks, The Wedding Present, The Shins, Warpaint, Edwyn Collins, Future Islands, and tons more Continue reading…

Young Thug Shares New Video for New Song “Safe”: Watch

Young Thug has shared a new video for a new song called “Safe.” Watch the Garfield Larmond-directed video below. The song was produced by frequent collaborator Wheezy. It is Young Thug’s first release since his 2016 mixtape, JEFFERY. In...Show More Summary

Erasure announce new LP 'World be Gone,' touring with Robbie Williams

Synthpop vets Erasure have announced the release of their 17th studio album, World Be Gone, due out May 19 via Mute. Politics are cited to be an influence on this latest album: “Obviously the current political climate lends itself to lots of ideas” say the band's tech-wiz, Vince Clarke... Continue reading…

MST3K Netflix reboot set for April

"Not-too-distant future' indeed. Continue reading…

Listen: Mobilegirl - “Heartbreak Slew”

Take two aspirin and call me in the morning. Muscles moved: heart, ankles, feet, waist, arse, somatosensory cortex and dorsal posterior insula. Telltale enzymes cockblocked, microbiological ‘fake news’ for your overworked receptors. Mobilegirl...Show More Summary

Listen: Ema-bug-moubus-piano - Mouse eats bug

Bugbus Piano + Emamouse = Ema-bug-moubus-piano. Across the Pacific, Ema-bug-moubus-piano balance equations + sticky collisions, like, ema1b1 + ug2mou2 = (bus1 +pi2)Ano. What, where, we, oh, what if you don't know; you know. Setting this potentially equal, but not limited, to aabb-e-i-oo-g-mmn-p-suuu.

Listen: Standing On The Corner - “My Funny”

The feeling older heads get when "Frank" comes on the stereo, that general nostalgia for something familiarly romantic and damaged but admiringly unbreakable in all its ruggedness, like John McClain's bloody, callused feet trudging the halls of Nakatomi Plaza; that reek. Show More Summary

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