Robin Pecknold is working on new Fleet Foxes music, he's revealed on Instagram (via Reddit). Pecknold, who's been operating lately as a solo artist, told a fan imploring him to "come back!" that he'd return next year. "My plan is to record and tour and then go back to finish after so not soon," he wrote. Show More Summary
"Somehow I've been in a band for 12 years and have never getting jumped or beat up at a show, so that’s pretty good."
One of the loveliest small-group jazz albums of the early 1960s was Gerry Mulligan's Jeru. Recorded in June 1962 for Columbia, Jeru featured the swinging baritone saxophonist at his tenderest. Produced by the session's drummer, Dave Bailey, a close friend... Related Stories Gerry Mulligan: New York, 1981 Gerry Mulligan: Bern, 1990 Bob Whitlock (1931-2015)
Comedian's "first earnest collection of songwriting under his own name" brims with Laurel Canyon warmth.
Mutual Benefit Skip a Sinking Stone [Mom + Pop; 2016] Rating: 3.5/5 T he one time I met Jordan Lee, I didn’t know what to expect. The band came through my small college town en route to Durham, NC with Noah Kline’s ambient project Cuddle Formation and stopped to play our rickety art space on a cool Wednesday in November. Show More Summary
AlunaGeorge stopped by BBC Radio 1’s Academy to perform the Flume-featuring "I Remember," which is the title track for their upcoming album. While there, they took the opportunity to perform a cover of Justin Bieber's Purpose cut "Company." Find the video and the duo's upcoming tour dates below. Show More Summary
AlunaGeorge headed to BBC Radio 1’s Academy in Exeter earlier today to perform their new single “I Remember” in a special edition of the Live Lounge. While they were there, the duo also broke out a sultry cover of Justin Bieber’s Purpose track “Company,” which you can watch below.
Hey! People still like the Lumineers, and people still like Father John Misty, and now Josh Tillman has shared a seemingly parodic “Prius Commercial Demo” melding their two wispy folk stylings together with plenty of ho hey’s. The musician and meme-maker uploaded the track to his Soundcloud earlier today, and it seems to be in […]
A commercial disguised as a cartoon that's strictly for the younger set.
Mind-bending affair is taken from an EP of the same name, due out this summer.
Nerdcore artist Phill Harmonix and producer MegaRan have come together to create what might be the ultimate geek-hop project, WuCraft. The seven-song mixtape has Harmonix rhyming about things like The Horde and Pandarens and how much it sucks when people sit over your corpse and re-kill you every time you try to bring you character back to life. Show More Summary
Not that Tiffany. The solo debut from the Girls Generation member / essential summer jam for fans of Ariana and/or Carjeps. Continue reading…
Algodón Egipcio is a tuneful songwriter with hummable hooks for days yet his music sports a maximalist fractured electronic sound with results that are surprisingly sunny and cheerful as well as layered and challenging. His new video...Show More Summary
In Hear This, The A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, in honor of Car Seat Headrest’s new record: songs about cars. Gary Numan, “Cars” (1979) When I was a teenager, seeing the video for Gary Numan’s “Cars” on VH1 felt like dropping in on a concert taking place on a spaceship. Show More Summary
At the end of this month, My Morning Jacket will reissue a remixed and remastered edition of their 2003 album It Still Moves, which will feature frontman Jim James’ original demos for the record and three previously unreleased tracks from the original recording sessions. Today, the band has shared James’ original demo for “Golden,” which […]
A subtle homage to Arrested Development in the blockbuster's epic fight scene.
A breakdown of what goes wrong when commerce and cinema collide head-on.
Dierks Bentley breaks down his upcoming album, 'Black,' his darkest, most considered yet, and shares photos from his "Somewhere on a Beach" tour.
This French chap—a sensitive solo star on the rise—gets multiplied, twisted, and split in the video for a song that's both soothing and spectral.