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 »

Jack Antonoff Announces Hayley Kiyoko, Julien Baker, Forth Wanderers, & More For Shadow Of The City 2018

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Jack Antonoff has announced the fourth annual Shadow Of The City music festival for Saturday, 8/25 at Asbury Park’s Stone Pony Summer Stage. Antonoff’s band Bleachers will headline the festival. The rest of the lineup will include Hayley Kiyoko, Julien Baker, Turnover, Beach Slang, Clams Casino, Forth Wanderers, and Ex Reyes — which means Shadow … More »

Watch Lorde Cover St. Vincent’s “New York” With Jack Antonoff In Brooklyn

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Lorde made Melodrama, the very best album of 2017, with some help from producer of the moment Jack Antonoff. She continued the North American leg of her world tour with a show at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn tonight, and Antonoff came along, accompanying her on acoustic guitar and piano. More »

Jack Antonoff Says He Asked His Record Label To Drop R. Kelly “A Number Of Times”

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Like many people, Jack Antonoff isn’t happy with R. Kelly and the many bizarre allegations surrounding the singer. Antonoff, however, has apparently taken it up with his record label, which also has R. Kelly on its books. In a now-deleted post Wednesday night, Antonoff tweeted. “I hope my label drops R. Kelly. I’ve discussed it … More »

Bleachers – “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song)” Video

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Bleachers frontman and producer-to-the-stars Jack Antonoff recently put together the soundtrack to Love, Simon, the first gay romantic movie ever produced by a major Hollywood studio. And as its first single, he released the surging, triumphant, Paul Simon-esque Bleachers jam “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song).” Today, Bleachers have shared that song’s video, … More »

Watch Jack Antonoff Talk Taylor Swift, Bleachers Play “Alfie’s Song” On The Tonight Show

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Jack Antonoff has been balancing two lives — producing for pop superstars and leading Bleachers, his own band — for long enough that he can now do both things on a single episode of television. Antonoff was both an interviewee and a musical guest on last night’s Tonight Show. First, he sat down with Fallon, … More »