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Album Review: HEALTH – Death Magic

The material on the band's third album might be best experienced in a live setting.

Sun Kil Moon and Jesu announce collaborative album

Plus, watch Mark Kozelek perform on stage with Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore and Steve Shelley.

Shelly Manne: Speak Low, 1962

yesterdayMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

As you know, I often like to end the week with perfection—a video of music that completely knocks me out. Well, I'm still on a Shelly Manne kick. Here's drummer Shelly Manne and His Men (tenor saxophonist Richie Kamuca, trumpeter...       Related Stories Interview: Mrs. Shelly Manne  

Vic Mensa – “Heir To The Throne (Freestyle)”

Vic Mensa seems poised for big things, and he’s totally aware of it. Late last night, the young Chicago rapper uploaded a new freestyle to SoundCloud entitled “Heir To The Throne.” It opens with an intro taken from Jay Z and Roc-A-Fella’s “Takeover” freestyle on Hot 97 before Mensa comes right out and declares “This […]

Duke Dumont – “Ocean Drive”

UK pop-house producer Duke Dumont is slated to release a new album this year, and along with an updated reprise of his 2012 single “The Giver,” he’s shared another new song. “Ocean Drive” is dark and velvety like the night air at the beach, spiked with plenty of Dumont’s glitchy pop and simmering bass. It’s […]

Infinity Girl – “Dirty Sun”

Shocker — there are no women in the band called Infinity Girl. File them next to Girls (now defunct), Women (now Viet Cong), Dead Wives, Ex-Wives — you get my drift. Infinity Girl are in fact four Brooklyn-via-Boston dudes — who probably chose their name because of this Stereolab song — who make despondent, melodic […]

Thundercat Talks Funk, Unveils the Process Behind "Them Changes"

Thundercat, aka Stephen Bruner, was recently a guest on Song Exploder, where he gave an interview about "Them Changes", a song that he coproduced with Flying Lotus. In the interview, Bruner discusses the song's prominent Isley Brothers...Show More Summary

How To Craft A DJ Mix: 10 Tips For Success

When setting out to craft a great DJ mix, there's no reason to do it off the cuff without thinking about a few key elements first: Who will listen? How will it be structured? How will you mix it? Today, guest contributor Chris AlkerShow More Summary

Vic Mensa – Heir To The Throne Freestyle

Mensa pays tribute to the infamous 2001 Roc-a-Fella freestyle session on Hot 97 with his new “Heir To The Throne” freestyle over the “Who Shot Ya” instrumental. Previously: Vic Mensa – “U Mad” & “No Chill” (Live at Pitchfork Festival) | Peterpalooza ft. A$AP Rocky, Vic Mensa, Bodega BAMZ (Recap)

Belief Is Just Some Faith

The Smashing Pumpkins @ PNC Bank Arts Center, NJ 7/29/2015 Cherub Rock / Bullet with Butterfly Wings / Tonight, Tonight / Ava Adore / Drum + Fife / One and All (We Are) / The Everlasting Gaze / Zero / The Crying Tree of Mercury / Mayonaise / Disarm / Landslide / 1979 / Run2Me […]

PREMIERE: Take a Trip Through Kinski's Psychedelic Tunnel in "I Fell Like a Fucking Flower"

Like their PacWest brothers-in-arms in Mudhoney, Survival Knife (ex-Unwound) and Built to Spill, Seattle institution Kinski are a grizzled and grungy riff-rock powerhouse and bottomless pit of arena-ready, fist-pumping anthemry. Sure,...Show More Summary

Way Out West: How Flying Lotus, Kamasi Washington, and Brainfeeder Are Bringing Jazz Back to the People

Thundercat, Kamasi Washington, and Flying Lotus, image by Lia Kantrowitz You’re listening to a jazz record. There are the frantic, slightly irregular drums; the thrumming of an upright bass; virtuosic runs on some invisible Steinway—all punctuated with the familiar crooning of a tenor sax. Show More Summary

An Interview with Ciara About Growing Up, Janet Jackson, and Why Love Is All About Timing

All photos by Louie Banks. This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. Ciara is the princess of pop. Since sashaying onto the scene with her debut single "Goodies" in 2004—which is basically one giant shrugging off of male advances—Ciara...Show More Summary

Priceless Classics

The Halle orchestra is aiming to attract new and wider audiences with Priceless Classics its first ever 'pay what you like' concert. The concert is at the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester on Sunday 6 September at 6pm. The orchestra, conducted...Show More Summary

SONG PREMIERE: Holly Golightly – “Slowtown”

If Holly Golightly’s name sounds familiar it’s because she was named after the main character in Truman Capote’s Breakfast At Tiffany’s. You know, the iconic character played by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 film adaption? But Holly Golightly’s...Show More Summary

VIDEO: Vedo Stone’s “To The Marshes (Acoustic)”

At the beginning of July I shared with you a song by artist Tedo Stone. Now that we’re at the end of the month, Stone is offering up another song for you just in time, and this time it’s a video. It’s for his album coming out on September 18th called Marsher, which will be […]

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