Watch The 1975’s Matty Healy Join Dashboard Confessional In London

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Dashboard Confessional are currently on tour in the lead-up to the project’s 20th anniversary, which will be commemorated next year with an extensive tour. But right now Chris Carrabba is playing shows over in Europe, and he’s currently in the middle of a three-night run at the St Pancras Old Church in London. More »

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 »

The 100 Best Albums Of The 2010s

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The 100 Best Albums Of The 2010sA decade is an arbitrary measurement. They seem confined, these neat little symmetrical 10-year runs, but it’s only in hindsight that we define them, that their signifiers and trends and shorthand become codified. In reality, there are bleeds, the timbre and events of one chunk of time sliding over the border into another. If you’re … More »

The 1975 – “Frail State Of Mind”

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The 1975 - "Frail State Of Mind"The 1975 have evolved into the kind of band for whom every song is its own strange entity, tethered to the others in sensibility but not necessarily sound. To wit: So far the two songs we’ve heard from next year’s Notes On A Conditional Form were a cinematic five-minute instrumental overlaid with a … More »

The Highwomen Are The Country Supergroup This Moment Demands

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THE HIGHWOMENA widely publicized study this year confirmed what anyone paying attention to the industry has long known: Country music is a boys’ club. Back in April, USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative published its study No Country For Female Artists: Artist & Songwriter Gender On Popular Country Charts From 2014 To 2018, which found that … More »

Charli XCX & Christine And The Queens – “TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME” (The 1975 Cover)

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Charli XCX and Christine And The Queens recently appeared on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge ahead of the release of Charli next week. They performed their single together, “Gone,” and then they covered the 1975’s “TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME” off the British wonder boys’ most recent album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. The … More »

Watch The 1975 Perform “People” Live For The First Time At Reading

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Yesterday, the 1975 released their new single “People,” which will appear on their upcoming album Notes On A Conditional Form that’s due out next year. It’s good — the track landed on our Best Songs Of The Week list this week. More »

New Music Friday: Taylor Swift is so sick of running as fast as she can

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It’s Switftweek.

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The 1975 – “People” Video

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The 1975 - "People" VideoThe 1975 are nothing if not ambitious. Sometimes, their creative aspirations are so lofty that they blow past the also-ambitious deadlines they set for themselves. To wit: Originally the plan was to follow up last November’s massive A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships with another album called Notes On A Conditional Form in May. Spring … More »

Look Out America, Here Comes Lewis Capaldi

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Lewis Capaldi“I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved.” The sentence is simple; the sentiment is deep. Lewis Capaldi howls these words at the peak of his breakthrough hit, his coarse, hearty vocals lending gravitas to the maudlin piano figure at the song’s spine. “Someone You Loved” is a ballad about the pain of … More »