The 200 Best Songs Of The 2010s

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When this decade began, MP3s still reigned supreme. Now, at the end of it, a song is no longer even a file — it’s ephemera, on every streaming service and available to hear in myriad ways. For better and worse, the song (and the single) have become the norm for the general public’s music consumption. More »

Hear Titanic Rising Tracks Reworked With Ariel Rechtshaid On Weyes Blood’s Rough Trade Session EP

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Weyes BloodWeyes Blood’s titanic achievement Titanic Rising is still one of the best albums of the year. And now, six months after its release, we’re getting to explore one more corner of its lush Laurel Canyon world with Weyes Blood’s new Rough Trade Session EP. More »

Jim-E Stack – “Good Enough” (Feat. Ant Clemons)

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Jim-E Stack - "Good Enough" (Feat. Ant Clemons)Jim-E Stack has long been one of those producers sprinkling interesting music across the underground’s various nooks and crannies, teaming up with a diverse range of figures including Jana Hunter, Charli XCX, the Range, and most recently, the duo of Perfume Genius and Empress Of. Today he’s … More »

We’ve Got A File On You: Bruce Hornsby

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Bruce-HornsbyWe’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc. There are some legacy artists that exist in a funny place. They became famous off a couple hits once upon a time, they … More »

Haim – “Summer Girl” Video (Dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)

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Haim - "Summer Girl" VideoHaim released their sophomore album, Something To Tell You, back in 2017. This year, they’ve been pretty visible: covering Paula Cole at Pitchfork Music Festival, singing on a Gesaffelstein track, assisting Vampire Weekend with their Father Of The Bride release festivities. (Danielle Haim is also … More »

Vampire Weekend – “This Life” Video

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Vampire-Weekend-This-Life-videoEarlier this month, Vampire Weekend returned from a six-year silence with the generally excellent new album Father Of The Bride. And they’re also getting back into making music videos, many of which feature famous friends and well-wishers. Their “Harmony Hall” video had appearances from Jonah Hill and Dev Hynes, while their … More »

The Evolution Of Vampire Weekend

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“Let’s do the whale.” It’s impossible to step into the American Museum Of Natural History and not feel a sense of childhood wonder. For anyone who grew up in New York City or the surrounding area, it was the site of class field trips and sugar-rushed weekends where it seemed like the entire world was … More »

Vampire Weekend – “Harmony Hall” & “2021”

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Vampire WeekendVampire Weekend have shared two new songs, “Harmony Hall” and “2021.” It’s the first we’re hearing from the band’s fourth album. After much speculation, the initials FOTB have been revealed to stand for Father Of The Bride. It also appears that the album artwork has been revealed at the end of each song’s … More »

New Vampire Weekend Album Is Inspired By Kacey Musgraves, Features Ariel Rechtshaid And Rostam

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When Rostam announced that he was leaving Vampire Weekend to focus on his solo career, fans couldn’t help but wonder what that might mean for VW LP4. Rostam and Ezra Koenig have both repeatedly reassured everyone that Rostam would still be involved, and in an interview with Entertainment Weekly about … More »