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Lately, Jimmy Kimmel Live has been doing something cool with the show's musical performances. When artists play on the big outdoor festival stage, they have the option of playing more than just a song or two. Sometimes, they do full mini-sets for the fans that come out to see them. And then the show films…
submitted by Nick 1 day 22 hours 23 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Chan Marshall aka Cat Power is back from her six-year hiatus with an upcoming record called Wanderer, due out this Fall via Domino. The singer, songwriter, and producer has been supplying us with idiosyncratic, heartwrenching records since the early ‘90s. Today we hear "Woman," a collaborative track with her former tour-mate Lana Del Rey, and&...
submitted by Nick 2 days 20 hours 23 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Last year, Sam Beam released his first Iron & Wine album in six years, Beast Epic. It was nominated for a Grammy, and Beam apparently had more solid material where that came from because later this month he's releasing a new EP, Weed Garden, made up of songs that were written during that same six-year…
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The Illinois alt-rock band Local H has been around for basically forever. They had some success in the '90s, scoring a modern-rock radio hit with 1996's "Bound For The Floor" and releasing the well-regarded As Good As Dead that same year. And they've kept going ever since, releasing a long string of solid and underrated…
submitted by Nick 3 days 18 hours 23 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Cloud Nothings cleaned up their fuzzed-out bashings a bit for 2017’s Life Without Sounds. Today, the Cleveland four-piece is back to announce their fifth full-length Last Building Burning, out in October on Carpark. Its lead single "The Echo Of The World" tears apart 2017’s softer edge.
Earlier this year, the permanently wound-up Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand came back hard with their euphoric, dance-influenced new album Always Ascending. Ever since then, they've been in touring mode, hitting festivals across the world. Along the way, they've played every late-night show that would have them, relishing any opportunity to rem...
If you're tired of seeing the same artists on the festival circuit, Tropicália Music & Taco Fest might be for you. This year's festival will take place at Queen Mary Park in Long Beach, California on 11/3 and 11/4. The headliners include Morrissey, Cardi B, Mac Demarco, Mazzy Star, Kali Uchis, and Chicano Batman. They…
submitted by Nick Aug 2nd 2018 09:00 am (stereogum.com)
Ava Luna make music with a collectivist spirit. All of the band's members helm creative projects on the side, and when they get together to write as a group, collaboration is paramount to their process. Carlos Hernandez, Becca Kauffman, and Felicia Douglass are the band's three rotating lead singers, and they all front music projects…
submitted by Nick Aug 1st 2018 07:00 am (stereogum.com)
This new Death Cab For Cutie album is sounding pretty good so far, huh? Between "Gold Rush" and "I Dreamt We Spoke Again," the suddenly imminent Thank You For Today seems like it could be the best Death Cab record in a good long while. And the LP's third advance single, out today, might be…
TV On The Radio have announced a special concert to honor the 10th anniversary of their third album, Dear Science. The show will take place on 9/20 at the Knockdown Center in New York City, and the band will play the album in full. "For various reasons this record means a LOT to…
submitted by Nick Jul 30th 2018 10:00 am (stereogum.com)
Back in June, Interpol announced their upcoming full-length Marauder with an elaborate performance art press conference in Mexico City. And earlier this month, we sat down with frontman Paul Banks to talk about the band’s new sound, new producer (none other than Dave Fridmann), and Banks' evolving lyrical style. Today they’re sharing "Number...
submitted by Nick Jul 27th 2018 10:00 pm (www.antimusic.com)
Kitten have released a new music new video for their song 'Strange Embrace',
Arctic Monkeys and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 2017 release 'Who Built The Moon?' are among the finalists
submitted by Nick Jul 26th 2018 07:00 am (stereogum.com)
Earlier this month, Metric released a new single called "Dark Saturday," their first official release since 2015's Pagans In Vegas. The track followed a year of solo material, projects, and collaborations from frontwoman Emily Haines. Today, Metric solidify their return, announcing their 7th LP with another new song, "Dressed To Suppress," and a...
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