Sudan Archives – “Glorious” Video

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Sudan Archives - "Glorious" VideoBrittany Parks is releasing her debut album as Sudan Archives, Athena, in a couple weeks. It’s the follow-up to last year’s very impressive Sink EP, and so far we’ve only heard “Confessions” and a little bit of another song called “Black Vivaldi Sonata” from it. Today she’s back with … More »

X Share “Delta 88 Nightmare,” Their First Original-Lineup Recording In 34 Years

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X-Delta-88-NightmareThe Los Angeles quartet X are one of the all-time great American punk bands. They came together in LA in 1977, and when that scene’s city was turning toward hardcore, they were hard and fast enough to keep up. But they also made room for country, rockabilly, and beat-poetry absurdity in their music. X’s first … More »

Common Holly – “Crazy Ok” Video

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Common Holly’s sophomore album, When I say to you Black Lightning, is out at the end of the week. The Montreal musician has shared a handful tracks already, including “Central Booking,” “Joshua Snakes,” and “Measured,” and today Brigitte Naggar is sharing one final single from the album, “Crazy Ok.” … More »

Holy Ghost! – “Heaven Knows What” Video (Feat. Michael Imperioli)

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Michael ImperioliBrooklyn synthpop duo Holy Ghost! released Work, their third full-length and their first in six years, back in June. And now they’re back with a new music video for album cut “Heaven Knows What,” which began its life as a demo for the Safdie Brothers’ 2014 film of the same name. The video, directed by … More »

Fran – “So Surreal” Video

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FranFran is the project of Chicago’s Maria Jacobson. Originally an actor by trade, she bought a guitar and taught herself to play while working at a summer repertory theater in rural Indiana. She began writing songs while teaching English in a small city in Mexico. And upon returning to Chicago, she got a band together … More »

Jennifer Vanilla – “Erase The Time” Video

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Last month, former Ava Luna member Becca Kauffman released an excellent new track as her alter ego Jennifer Vanilla, “Space Time Motion,” which landed on our list of the best songs of the week. The J​.​E​.​N​.​N​.​I​.​F​.​E​.​R. EP that the song’s on is out at the end of the week, and today … More »

Watch A$AP Rocky Bring Out 50 Cent At Rolling Loud

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50-Cent-ASAP-RockyThis past weekend, Rolling Loud, the rap festival that regularly sets up shop in cities around the world, came to New York for the first time, taking over Citi Field in Queens for two days. There were complications. Shortly before the festival began, the NYPD requested that the festival organizers drop five New York street-rap … More »

Vagabon – “Every Woman” Video

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Vagabon - "Every Woman" VideoVagabon, aka Lætitia Tamko, is gearing up to release her self-titled follow-up to 2017’s debut album Infinite Worlds. However, the album rollout was hit with a few unexpected delays. Along with a change to the album title, lead single “Flood Hands” became “Flood,” and a number of lyrics were … More »

Watch The Trailer For The David Bazan Documentary Strange Negotiations

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Strange NegotiationsDavid Bazan formed Pedro The Lion in 1995. Over the next decade, the Seattle band released four albums of contemplative indie rock that explored Bazan’s conflicted relationship with his own Christianity and won him a legion of devoted fans. And then, in 2006, he walked away from all of it — the band and his … More »

Stream La Neve’s Debut Album The Vital Cord

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La-Neve-The-Vital-CordJoey La Neve DeFrancesco plays slashing, urgent guitar in the great Providence punk band Downtown Boys. But she also makes music on her own, under the alias La Neve. La Neve’s music has its own sense of anger and urgency, just like Downtown Boys, but its aesthetic sensibility is completely different. La Neve makes hybridized … More »