Haim 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 »
I gotta be honest: When Haim were announced as the Friday night headliner for Pitchfork Music Festival 2019, I was surprised. It’s not that I dislike the trio of talented SoCal sisters; in fact, “The Wire,” from their debut album Days Were Gone, was my favorite song of 2013. It’s just that I had begun … More »
Haim’s sophomore album, Something To Tell You, came out in 2017, and the band has been working on new music. Yesterday they teased a new song with the initials “SG” — one intrepid guess was Stereogum (sadly, no) — but last night Haim performed the track, which is called … More »
It’s been more than 13 years since “Lazy Sunday,” the SNL Digital Short that introduced the masses to the rap style of the Lonely Island — two SNL writers (Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer) and one cast member (Andy Samberg) who were posting their own parodic raps online before they even joined SNL. More »
Vampire Weekend are good at their jobs. Last weekend, the band came back from a six-year absence with the lush, expansive new album Father Of The Bride, one of those rare albums that’s fun to listen to and fun to argue about. And now that their machinery has rumbled back to life, Vampire … More »
Vampire Weekend played their hometown concert today at New York’s Webster Hall as part of this year’s Red Bull Music Festival. The band played a seven-hour show, broken down into three sets spanning their discography. For the second set, they ran through their new double album, Father Of The Bride in order. This … More »
French producer Gesaffelstein, aka Mike Lévy, has finally released his sophomore album Hyperion, his first for Columbia Records and his first since 2013 debut Aleph. The album features a number of high-profile collaborations, including tracks with the Weeknd and Pharrell. And now that the album is out, we also get to … More »
Gesaffelstein has announced on the official track list and release date to his highly-anticipated Hyperion project, the French luminary’s debut offering on Columbia Records. Surprises include major collaborations with Pharrell Williams, HAIM, Bronwyn Griffin from Electric Youth, and The Hacker.
After teasing the new comeback album with lead single, “Reset” towards the end of 2018, another hint at the project direction was unveiled with “Lost In The Fire” featuring The Weeknd. Now, there will be eight additional new tracks to follow, landing in full on March 8, opening a new chapter in Gesaffelstein’s canon of dark, brooding techno. See the official Hyperion track list below.
Howard Stern has long proclaimed himself to be the “King of All Media,” but after reaching the top in radio, TV, the big screen and the New York Times bestseller list, the SiriusXM satellite radio icon has one last medium he’s eager to vanquish: the Billboard Hot 100 chart. After weeks of hype, Stern invited … More »