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submitted by Nick 15 hours 42 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Guided By Voices are the perpetual motion machine of American indie rock -- a band so ceaselessly and dauntingly prolific that they've now got their very own subscription service. Last year, Guided By Voices released three albums and ended things with a 100-song New Year's Eve set in Los Angeles. Back in February, they dropped…
submitted by Nick 15 hours 42 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Spaced-out Southern rock heroes My Morning Jacket haven't released a new album since 2015's The Waterfall, but it looks like that's about to change. Last night the band posted a short audio clip on Twitter set to footage of a waterfall. Shazam identifies it as a new song called "Feel You," with cover art also…
Yesterday, the British rock band Kasabian announced that longtime frontman Tom Meighan was "stepping down" from the band, "by mutual consent." They kept the reasoning vague, chalking it up to "personal issues." Today, those issues have become a lot more apparent. The BBC reports that Meighan has appeared in court, pleading guilty to assaulting h...
The idea of a posthumous debut album sounds like a bad joke, but that's what Pop Smoke has just released. Pop Smoke, the 20-year-old Brooklyn drill phenom, had just released Meet The Woo 2, his second mixtape, when he was murdered in Los Angeles earlier this year. At the time, Pop Smoke was at an…
submitted by Nick 4 days 16 hours 42 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Sufjan Stevens may never have been serious about making an album for all 50 states, but the man still has thoughts on the Union. He just released a new song called "America," the 12-minute closing track from his upcoming album.
Animal Collective are putting their entire discography on Bandcamp tonight to coincide with the site's latest revenue share waiving day. They sent out a newsletter shortly before that happens addressing some imminent changes to their discography, as Pitchfork points out. Their 2003 album, which was previously called Here Comes The Indian, will...
Remember Herd Immunity Festival? The three-day nu-metal extravaganza, now renamed July Mini Fest after several bands dropped off the bill in response to the original branding, is still set to take place at the Q&Z Expo Center in Easton, Wisconsin, a town of about 1100 people. And apparently, many of those 1100 people, including the&...
submitted by Nick 7 days 16 hours 42 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Sufjan Stevens makes music all the time. Earlier this year, for instance, Stevens and his stepfather Lowell Brams collaborated on an ambient instrumental LP called Aporia. But Stevens does not make proper studio albums -- albums full of proper Sufjan Stevens songs -- often enough. The last real Sufjan Stevens album, the fragile and magnificent&a...
Sabaton release video for The Great War track Devil Dogs which showcases their 2019 North American tour
submitted by Nick 8 days 14 hours 42 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Last year, Spoon got their own greatest hits collection, and this year they're getting an extensive reissue series. It kicks off on 7/24 when Matador Records will put out their 1996 debut album Telephono and the 1997 EP Soft Effects on vinyl for the first time since their original release. (The pair were re-issued on…
submitted by Nick Jun 26th 2020 07:00 am (stereogum.com)
The Flaming Lips are releasing a new album called American Head on 9/11. Never forget? The album contains "Flowers Of Neptune 6," their recent single with Kacey Musgraves on backing vocals. Musgraves appears on another track called "God And The Policeman," which is hopefully a proper duet. The tracklist includes many evocative drug-related title...
submitted by Nick Jun 25th 2020 04:00 pm (stereogum.com)
If you can believe it, 2020 is not even halfway over. (Almost there, but as we've found out, a lot can change in a week!) Ben Folds is feeling the same way, and today he's released a song called "2020" reflecting on how hellish this year has been so far. "We're not repeating…
The last Bright Eyes show was at Honolulu's Hawaii Theatre, and it was in November of 2011. Since then, Conor Oberst's longtime project has been inactive, as Oberst himself has been busy with his solo career and various other enterprises. But at the beginning of the year, Bright Eyes announced their big return. By now,…
submitted by Nick Jun 22nd 2020 07:00 am (stereogum.com)
Bright Eyes teased another single from their new album yesterday by tweeting out the coordinates 17°33'29"N 142°00'03"E. This is where you'll find the Mariana Trench, the deepest oceanic trench on Earth, located about 200 kilometers east of the Mariana Islands in the western Pacific Ocean. The day before, they promised details on that LP "very...
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