Stream Cate Le Bon & Tim Presley’s New DRINKS Album Hippo Lite And The “Corner Shops” Video

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Yesterday we learned Welsh musician Cate Le Bon would be producing the new Deerhunter album. Today her own band DRINKS, a partnership with White Fence’s Tim Presley, is back with a new album of its own. I love Le Bon’s description of the conditions under which they created Hippo Lite: … More »

Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson – “Bad Dreams”

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Next week, Scarlett Johansson returns to the role of the Black Widow in the new movie Avengers: Infinity War. I can’t wait! I hope she doesn’t get killed! But before that happens, Johansson has appeared in another sequel of sorts. And this one is one that nobody saw coming. More »

Stream Layten Kramer’s Glory EP And “The Void” Video

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Layten Kramer is a singer-songwriter-guitarist from Alberta, Canada. He’s had a couple releases on his Bandcamp over the years — Through The Days and For The Sun — and now we’re here to stream his third, a revealing and honest four-track portrait of heartbreak called Glory. More »

Stream The Surprise Debut Album From Billie Joe Armstrong’s New Band The Longshot

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Today is a big day for new albums that have come out without a whole lot of advance notice. There’s J. Cole’s new album KOD. There’s stoner metal legends Sleep’s out-of-nowhere return The Sciences. And now there’s also Love Is For Losers, the debut album from Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s new … More »

Ariana Grande – “No Tears Left To Cry” Video

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Last year, an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester became the site of a terrible tragedy when a terrorist bombing outside the venue claimed 22 lives. Anyone would be shaken by witnessing an act of horrific violence like that — and Grande was — but she also handled the situation with grace, sharing a … More »

Flatbush Zombies – “Vacation” (Feat. Joey Badass) Video

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Although they might chafe under the reductive “drug-rap” label, it’s pretty clear that Brooklyn rap trio Flatbush Zombies are into drugs. They named their debut mixtape D.R.U.G.S. and their debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey. They’ve put out a music video exactly at 4:20 before. And since tomorrow is international stoner holiday 4/20, you’d … More »

Tancred – “Queen Of New York” Video

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In a couple months, Jess Abbott is releasing a new Tancred album, Nightstand, the follow-up to 2016’s Out Of The Garden. Its first single, “Reviews,” was poppy by way of immense personal revelation, while Abbott’s latest song, “Queen Of New York,” is poppy by way of fun. It’s basking in the glow of … More »

Andrew W.K. – “Music Is Worth Living For” Video

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After a long break between albums, Andrew W.K. made a triumphant, roaring return earlier this year with You’re Not Alone. And after making a fun-as-hell video for “Ever Again,” he’s made another one for “Music Is Worth Living For,” the album’s wall-of-bellowing first single. In the clip, it looks like A.W.K. and … More »

Yuno – “Why For” Video

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Jacksonville musician Yuno has been around for the better part of a decade, but he only recently signed with Sub Pop Records, who are putting out a new collection of tunes, Moodie, in a couple months. His earliest work, in the first half of the 2010s, was sun-drenched and watery in a way … More »

Andy Jenkins – “Sweet Bunch” Video

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For many years Richmond-based Andy Jenkins toiled behind the scenes of Spacebomb, the powerhouse indie folk studio and label that has helped launch Matthew E. White, Bedouine, and Natalie Prass among others. Now Jenkins is gearing up to share his own homespun melodies. “Sweet Bunch,” from his forthcoming debut album of the same name, sees … More »