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It’s always a little bit nerve-racking seeing an artist perform live for the first time, especially one that’s been garnering a lot of hype on the internet. With only three readily available songs to his name (two of which are demos) and a list of producers for his debut album that include some of the [...]
by Mukqs • November 2014 Baltimore’s Horse Lords continue to evolve before our eyes. Over the course of three mixtape cassettes and two full-length LPs, the quartet has fleshed out an infinitely combinative approach to rock music, stitching...Show More Summary
Listen to The Gibson Brothers’ version of “Bye Bye Love” from their excellent forthcoming album Brotherhood, a salute to roots music’s finest brother acts. Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett are going to play a handful of East Coast shows together in late January. Show More Summary
Many artists across Nashville and beyond are mourning the passing of Station Inn fixture Ann Soyars. She was 67. Gretchen Peters unveiled “When All You Got Is a Hammer” from forthcoming album Blackbirds (out February 10). The 20th Annual...Show More Summary
Primer is The A.V. Club’s ongoing series of beginner’s guides to pop culture’s most notable subjects: filmmakers, music styles, literary genres, and whatever else interests us—and hopefully you. This installment: Dischord Records. Dischord Records 101 Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
The animated lyric video for Nicki Minaj’s “Only” from her upcoming album, The Pinkprint, caused something of a stir last week with its Nazi-esque, propaganda poster imagery, which brought charges of antisemitism. Both Minaj and theShow More Summary
A bracing product of 21st century nostalgia full of jarring, melodic twists and garishly sexual lyrics.
A moody cover performed during the band's recent in-studio session for WXPN.
Psych rock outfit changes direction to the dance floor for upcoming EP.
Another indie rock band feels the holiday spirit.
What might be the last Cult of Youth album features some of the prettiest moments Sean Ragon has ever put to tape.
L.A. shoegazers IO Echo have a new mixtape on the way, and they’ve teased it with a quality cover of Mariah Carey’s “Heartbeaker.” The electronic producer TOKiMONSTA is featured on the track as well. As you might expect, it’s more daydream than Daydream. Listen below. IO Echo’s mixtape is expected out tomorrow, 11/19.
Our generation's "kit-tested, mother-approved" torchbearer for rock and roll.
Just as the Wolfman in Monster Squad has nards [Editor's Note: Bort just unwillingly became best pals with my fiancée], so does Frost. Except instead of nards, Frost has beats. For days. And his chosen formula of beat formulation is that of dusty stank. Show More Summary
Inastunningvictoryforpeoplewithoutaccesstoheadphones,UberandSpotifyareteaminguptoallowyoutobeamyourSpotifyPremiumplaylistintoyourUbercabsothatyouneverhavetobewithoutyourfavoritesongwhileonthego,justsolongasitisn’ta TaylorSwift song.Show More Summary
Swedish songstress joins the Drizzy fan club.
A stirring contribution to the soundtrack for Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1.
Adam Hood discusses songwriting and his new album in this CMT Edge Q&A. Bloodshot Records get some love from hometown paper The Chicago Tribune. If you’ve got an hour, check out this BBC documentary, Bob Harris: My Nashville. Here’sShow More Summary