A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships: 27 Memorable Music Tweets From 2018

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TwitterA lot happened in the year of our lord 2018, and a lot of it happened on Twitter. Beefs were had: Ariana Grande and Piers Morgan, Lana Del Rey and Azealia Banks, Lisa Prank and Elon Musk. Love stories began: Grimes and Elon Musk, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson, Kanye and … More »

Watch Taylor Swift’s Surprise Performance At Jack Antonoff’s Ally Coalition Benefit

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Jack Antonoff held his annual Ally Coalition benefit concert tonight. He welcomed a number of his recent collaborators, including Lana Del Rey and Taylor Swift, who made a surprise appearance. Swift joined Hayley Kiyoko to perform an acoustic rendition of Reputation hit, “Delicate.” Mitski, Bleachers, Rostam, and Regina Spektor also performed throughout the … More »

Lana Del Rey Performs Two New Songs With Jack Antonoff

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Lana Del Rey’s Jack Antonoff-produced album Norman Fucking Rockwell is due out next year. So far, we’ve heard “Venice Bitch,” “Mariners Apartment Complex,” and previews of “Slyvia Plath” and “How To Disappear.” Tonight, Lana and Antonoff took the stage at Antonoff’s annual Ally Coalition benefit concert. Together, … More »

Mitski, Julien Baker To Cover Bleachers In New 7″ Series

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bleachersJack Antonoff has announced Terrible Thrills, Vol. 3, a new collection of songs from Bleachers’ 2017 album Gone Now reworked by Mitski, Julien Baker, MUNA, and Ani DiFranco. Vol. 3 will come as a series of four 7″ vinyl records, with each cover version paired with a different Bleachers rarity or demo. Mitski is doing … More »

Watch Lana Del Rey Debut New Song “How To Disappear” At Apple Event

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Lana Del Rey has a new album called Norman Fucking Rockwell on the way. It’s due out next year, though she’s been sharing some songs from it as of late — “Mariners Apartment Complex” and “Venice Bitch” — and she’s been teasing some others via her social media accounts. More »

Lana Del Rey – “Venice Bitch” Video

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Lana Del ReyOne of the best songs from last week was Lana Del Rey’s new Jack Antonoff-produced track “Mariners Apartment Complex.” It was a soft, orchestral trip back to the stylings of Born To Die, the dramatics that put her on the map. More »

Preview Lana Del Rey’s New Single “Venice Bitch”

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Lana Del ReyWe were big fans of Lana Del Rey’s first Jack Antonoff collaboration, “Mariners Apartment Complex,” on which she subverts her partially self-imposed sad-girl image in a wash of grand, orchestrally infused rock balladry and proclaims herself “a big-time believer that people can change.” Still, for all the song’s new wrinkles, it … More »

Lana Del Rey – “Mariners Apartment Complex” Video

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Lana Del Rey has released a new song called “Mariners Apartment Complex.” It’s a collaboration with Jack Antonoff. Del Rey started teasing their team-up earlier this year via a few sly Instagrams and earlier this month she offered up a preview of the song. It’s the first of two new songs … More »

Preview Lana Del Rey & Jack Antonoff’s New Song “Mariners Apartment Complex”

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Lana Del ReyEarlier this year, we got an inkling that Lana Del Rey might be working with inescapable superproducer Jack Antonoff when an Instagram Live video showed the two of them hanging out in what appeared to be a studio. Last month, Del Rey further hinted at a collaboration by posting a few photos of … More »

Alt-Pop Hit-Makers lovelytheband Are Not That Lovely If We’re Being Honest

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lovelythebandOnce upon a time what passed for poppy alternative rock was Stephen Malkmus whimpering, “You’re the kind of girl I like/ Because you’re empty, and I’m empty.” Nowadays apparently it’s Mitchy Collins and friends chanting, “I like that you’re broken, broken like me/ Maybe that makes me a fool/ I like that you’re lonely, lonely … More »