It’s been well over a decade since we last heard a hit from former Dru Hill singer Sisqo. The last song we can even remember was the “Thong Song,” so of course it came as a big surprise when we found out Sisqo dropped a brand new single featuring ATL rapper Waka Flocka Flame. Show More Summary
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Unemployed people with nothing but time on their hands can do incredible things. One recently unemployed friend of a Redditor used his 40-odd hours a week to figure out how to play Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” on his recorder—one of the most affordable instruments, for sure—and then recorded the results for YouTube. Show More Summary
So this is technically a remix of a remake. The remake is here. The original is here). And okay, they all sound very much alike. But that feels intentional for Night Slugs bossman L-Vis 1990, as we all know that he could make some version with a crazy spliced up vocal or one where machine noises drown out Mila J. Show More Summary
It was only a matter of time before PC Music began seeping into the major-label world, and now SOPHIE and A. G. Cook’s collaborative project QT has made its debut via XL Recordings. The song was debuted during a show at the Boiler Room in Los Angeles last Friday (which included live sets from Oneohtrix [...]
Power up with Shash’U’s futuristic-bboy-funk remix of Danny Brown! Shash’U dropped this tune in his Boiler Room set and is now offering it up for FREE DOWNLOAD. So allow this boogie master to take you on a journey straight into the center of the PWRFNK. Catch Shash’U AND Danny Brown LIVE this Labor Day Monday […]
You may not have heard from Negativland in awhile but after a six year sabbatical, they’re back with a new album called It’s All In Your Head (Seeland), which touches on religious beliefs and disbeliefs. In fact, the album will be packaged in an actual bible and programmed to sound like a radio show. It […]
Ranger Doug reads more than you, is bored to tears by Gertrude Stein. Little Big Town unveiled the cover of their next album and announced several dates on their “Pain Killer Tour.” Read the introduction to Steve Lowenthal’s Dance of Death, a biography of John Fahey. Show More Summary
Oh, so you enjoy music, huh? Well, me-oh-my, do I have something for you. yyu — human being and human doing — recently doled out a little babe of beauty called moomoo vol?.?1 via his Bandcamp, which is the best news I’ve heard in a bit. Show More Summary
My high school was nothing like this.
Arcade Fire close out their three-night stand in Brooklyn in epic fashion.
Maria Calla as Norma in 1954 Before the invention of the recording, the only way to experience an artist performing was to go to hear or see them. Just imagine what it would be like only ever knowing an artist like Maria Callas by reputation. Show More Summary
Soft as Snow Glass Body [EP] [Houndstooth; 2014] by Gage Taylor Rating: Houndstooth is having a “moment” — or at least something like it. Far from the lightning-in-a-bottle streaks that the term is usually reserved for though, their moment has been one of good curation, pure and simple. Show More Summary
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With “Shake It Off,” Taylor Swift has essentially re-written a beloved cheerleader’s anthem to give everyone a reason to let loose: Ballerinas? Yes. Break dancers? Sure. That girl on the bleachers? Of course. So, even though the Mark Romanek-directed video has sparked a healthy debate over how inclusive the video may be – its YouTube... More »
Stockholm rising stars Alesso and Tove Lo have joined forces in the former’s transcendent dance-pop anthem “Heroes.” Based on an extended snippet, the two use their respective strengths to the song’s advantage. As Alesso’s shiny, club-ready melody begins to chug along, Tove Lo sings of sticking out and being okay with that, despite what anyone... More »
With its brand new song “Them Girls Be Like,” Fifth Harmony continues to deliver fierce self-empowerment anthems and plenty of pop culture savvy. After name-dropping Michelle Obama and Kanye West to sing of getting its money right in “Bo$$,” the girl group references Beyonce and Mean Girls – “If you’re thirsty, you can’t sit with... More »
Plants are living things too, right? So why shouldn’t they get music just like the rest of us? That’s the goal of artist Peter Coffin, who began his Music For Plants art series in 2002. Inspired by a quacky 1973 book The Secret Life Of Plants that speculated that plants were sentient beings, he started [...]
by Ian Chainey The first taste of the Melvins' Hold it In, the new album featuring Paul Leary and JD Pinkus of the Butthole Surfers, has hit the web. "Brass Cupcake" is rather rocking, definitely fitting into the more streamlined...