Stereogum’s 100 Favorite Songs Of 2019

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Stereogum's 90 Favorite Songs Of 2019Within the macro tradition that is year-end list season, we at Stereogum have carved out our own micro tradition: Every December, instead of publishing a staff list of the year’s best tracks, we present a bunch of personally selected top-10 lists from our staffers and contributors. So although our rundown of 2019’s bestMore »

The 20 Best Music Videos Of 2019

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Music-videosThe streaming services are starting to figure something out: People like music. People also like to throw on things to watch casually in the background. That means we’re now getting Netflix-funded projects like Paul Thomas Anderson and Thom Yorke’s Anima short film, or like Beyoncé’s Coachella concert movie Homecoming. That’s only beginning. We’re going to … More »

The 50 Best Albums Of 2019

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For many of us, 2019 has been a year of flux — politically, culturally, professionally, personally. It’s hard to envision what the future might bring since the recent past has shown us that we don’t know half the things we thought we knew. In unsteady times, music can be a balm and also a mirror. More »

Hear Titanic Rising Tracks Reworked With Ariel Rechtshaid On Weyes Blood’s Rough Trade Session EP

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Weyes BloodWeyes Blood’s titanic achievement Titanic Rising is still one of the best albums of the year. And now, six months after its release, we’re getting to explore one more corner of its lush Laurel Canyon world with Weyes Blood’s new Rough Trade Session EP. More »

Hear A New Weyes Blood Song In The Trailer For Age Out

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Weyes BloodWeyes Blood already released one of the best albums of the year in the gorgeous Titanic Rising, so any new songs from Natalie Mering are a blessing. And, as Pitchfork reports, that’s exactly what we’re getting in the trailer for the new movie Age Out. More »

Watch Lana Del Rey Play The Hollywood Bowl With Chris Isaak, Sean Ono Lennon, Jack Antonoff, Adam Cohen, Weyes Blood, Zella Day, & The Neighbourhood’s Jesse Rutherford

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Lana-Del-Rey-and-Chris-IsaakRight now, Lana Del Rey is on tour behind her soul-shattering new album Norman Fucking Rockwell! On her tour, she’s already done some big things — singing with Joan Baez, covering Joni Mitchell. And last night, Del Rey played the Hollywood Bowl. This was not just another show for … More »

Watch Lana Del Rey, Weyes Blood, & Zella Day Sing Joni Mitchell’s “For Free”

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Lana-Del-Rey-Zella-Day-and-Weyes-BloodLana Del Rey is currently on tour, making her way down the West Coast. She’s turning her shows into events; last week, for instance, she brought Joan Baez onstage for a duet in Berkeley. And at every night on her Norman Fucking Rockwell! tour, Del Rey has been singingMore »

Watch Weyes Blood Cover Procol Harum’s “A Whiter Shade Of Pale” At Outside Lands

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Weyes Blood was among the first acts of Day 3 at Outside Lands, scheduled for noon on the Sutro Stage. She ended her set with a special cover of Procol Harum’s 1967 classic “A Whiter Shade Of Pale,” which she said was “for the boomers.” … More »

Watch Weyes Blood Make Her TV Debut On Seth Meyers

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Weyes-Blood-on-Seth-MeyersSometimes, when indie artists make their big debuts on late-night talk shows, they look cowed or overmatched — like they’re not sure what they’re doing there and not sure how they should respond to this new situation. That was not the case for Weyes Blood last night. Natalie Mering’s sharp, sophisticated pop project released the … More »

Watch Tim Heidecker & Weyes Blood Cover “Let It Be”

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Weyes Blood & Tim HeideckerComedian Tim Heidecker has a side gig as a satirical 1970s-style singer-songwriter, and he recently released an entire fake breakup album called What The Brokenhearted Do…. But last night, he seemed pretty sincere. He performed at LET’S SAVE THE FUTURE! A Benefit For Action Civics CA, a charity event for an educational non-profit at the … More »