Preview Foxygen’s New Song And Video

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FoxygenFoxygen’s concerts supporting …And Star Power last year were billed as a “farewell tour,” with the band repeatedly declaring on Twitter that it would be their final trek. But even back then there were hints that they may have been fooling us, and now it looks like that’s exactly what happened. The band … More »

David Bazan – “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” (John Lennon & Yoko Ono Cover)

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David BazanThe former Pedro The Lion frontman David Bazan has been releasing solo Christmas songs since 2002, and he’s collecting 10 of the long out-of-print tracks on the new collection Dark Sacred Night. We’ve already posted his version of Low’s “Long Way Around The Sea,” and now he’s also shared his take on “Happy Xmas … More »

Phantogram – “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore (The Range Remix)”

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PhantogramPhantogram and the Range both have solid 2016 albums to their name, and they’re touring North America together this fall. To promote the joint travels, the Range has remixed Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” turning it into a brisk dance-floor mover powered by synthetic bass. Listen below. [videoembed size=”full_width” alignment=”center”][/videoembed] Phantogram tour … More »

Skylar Spence – “Faithfully”

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Skylar SpenceSkylar Spence released his disco album, Prom King, a little over a year ago, and since then we haven’t heard new material from the producer aside from remixes of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Your Type” and A Sunny Day In Glasgow. Today, Spence put out “Faithfully,” a track that samples Aretha Franklin’s “Wonderful,” … More »

Death Cab For Cutie – “Million Dollar Loan” Video

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Death Cab For Cutie - "Million Dollar Loan" VideoDeath Cab For Cutie released a new song today that seems to be a not-so-subtle dig at Donald Trump. “Million Dollar Loan” appeared on Spotify this morning along with a logo promoting something called 30 Days, 30 Songs. “Nobody makes it on their own,” Ben Gibbard sings. “Every ascension to the throne starts with a … More »

Randy Newman – “Putin”

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randynewman-Randy Newman is apparently releasing a new album early next year — his first studio album since 2008’s Harps And Angels — and he’s announcing it by dropping a new song called “Putin” right in the middle of a contentious election cycle where the Russian president is frequently brought up as a topic of conversation … More »

Stream MONO Requiem For Hell

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Stream MONO Requiem For HellJapanese post-rockers MONO will release a new LP on Friday by way of Temporary Residence. Requiem For Hell is the band’s ninth album, and Noisey debuted a stream of it today in advance of the official release. The premiere comes accompanied by an interview with guitarist Takaakira (“Taka”) Goto, in which he discusses working … More »

American Wrestlers – “Hello, Dear”

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American Wrestlers - "Hello, Dear"American Wrestlers are releasing their sophomore album, Goodbye Terrible Youth, in a few weeks, and they’ve shared “Give Up” and “Amazing Grace” from it so far. Today, we get another new single in the form of “Hello, Dear,” a scratchy and insular but characteristically anthemic song from the one-time Band To Watch. More »

Playboi Carti – “Damn Shame” (Feat. Johnny Cinco)

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Playboi CartiAtlanta’s Playboi Carti has built a huge young audience for himself with a form of aqueous, zooted-out Auto-Tune rap, one that puts him right in the young Atlanta zeitgeist alongside peers like Lil Yachty and Philadelphia transplant Lil Uzi Vert. Today, he’s shared the hazy, gurgling reverie “Damn Shame,” which has a guest appearance from … More »

Boogarins – “Elogio Á Instituição Do Cinismo”

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BoogarinsBrazilian rockers Boogarins have typically specialized in softly droning psychedelic rock, but on their latest single they reveal a much broader skill set. “Elogio Á Instituição Do Cinismo” — which translates to “Praise The Institution Of Cynicism” — frames that same gleaming guitar pop in thumping electronic clatter the likes of which we’ve never heard … More »