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Will Oldham – “In Good Faith”

Will Oldham, the musician and actor behind Bonnie "Prince" Billy and many other creative ventures, has done an interview and recording session with the website…
Chris DeVille | 3:11 pm

Angel Olsen – “Fly On Your Wall”

Today marks the beginning of Donald Trump's presidency, and among the many musical acts of resistance is the Our First 100 Days campaign, an anti-Trump…
Chris DeVille | 12:11 pm

Emma Ruth Rundle – “Forever, As The Setting Son”

LA musician Emma Ruth Rundle has added her contribution to the growing wave of protest and benefit music in light of Donald Trump's inauguration today.
Chris DeVille | 11:08 am

Stream Sam Skinner Danny Through Junior EP

Pinegrove are one of those bands with many talented songwriters in the mix, though Evan Stephens Hall is the one who gets the spotlight in…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 4:28 pm

Sufjan Stevens Wants You To Remember The Ten Commandments

Sufjan Stevens will always be at least loosely linked to Christianity, though his connection to the faith has historically been somewhat unconventional. So it's both…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 3:00 pm

Cuz – “Pots N Pans” (Feat. Killer Mike)

Atlanta rapper Cuz is opening for Run The Jewels on tour right now, and he's got one of the jewel runners on his new track.
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 2:26 pm

Watch The Freaky Trailer For Flying Lotus’ Kuso

We've been hearing about Flying Lotus aka Captain Murphy aka Steven Ellison's debut feature film Kuso for what seems like forever now, but the film…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 2:13 pm

Jeezy – “Never Settle” Video

Today is the last day of Barack Obama's administration, which means it's the last day you can accurately bang Young Jeezy's "My President." Perhaps in…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 1:58 pm

Watch Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, & Young Thug Make Surprise Appearances At Yams Day 2017

The A$AP Mob held their second annual Yams Day concert in memory of the late A$AP Yams last night at New York's Terminal 5. In…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 1:33 pm

Sorority Noise – “No Halo”

"No Halo" finds Cameron Boucher at the brink of a breakdown. "Just last week I slept eight hours total," the Sorority Noise singer begins against…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 11:59 am

The Week In Pop

Could Big-Shot Songwriter Julia Michaels Be A Pop Star In Her Own Right?

Chances are you're already a Julia Michaels fan whether you know it or not. After breaking into professional songwriting as a teenager, the 23-year-old Iowa…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 11:34 am

Gorillaz – “Hallelujah Money” (Feat. Benjamin Clementine) Video

Gorillaz back! Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's art-pop project just released their first song in six years, as Uproxx points out. It's a classy ballad…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 11:11 am

Big Sean – “Halfway Off The Balcony”

Big Sean is in the middle of a promotional blitz supporting his new album I Decided, with a Zane Lowe interview already logged this week…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 10:31 am


Q&A: Vampire Weekend’s Chris Tomson Talks New Solo Project Dams Of The West

The drummer's side project is not supposed to be this good. Chris Tomson knows it, too -- hence the neuroses he feels about becoming the…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 10:00 am

Hear Japanese Breakfast Interviewed On Lena Dunham’s Podcast

Japanese Breakfast's excellent 2016 album Psychopomp was largely inspired by the death of frontwoman Michelle Zauner's mother. It's a collection of songs about finding hope…
Chris DeVille | January 19, 2017 - 9:45 am

Comments from Chris DeVille

No, but he's released songs as a solo artist, like this gem from December of '14.
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January 19, 2017 on Q&A: Vampire Weekend’s Chris Tomson Talks New Solo Project Dams Of The West
We opted not to report it, but yeah, so heavy.
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January 17, 2017 on Radiohead Announce 2017 US Tour Dates
Hopefully they'll play the Northeast and Midwest later this year, but I might have to make arrangements for Atlanta or Kansas City just in case they don't.
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January 17, 2017 on Radiohead Announce 2017 US Tour Dates
I voted for Slowdive!
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January 13, 2017 on The 5 Best Songs Of The Week
Those rankings are determined by the writer and the writer alone! And that list ran before I was on staff anyway. I would need to go back and do some listening to rank the albums, but I really love A Series Of Sneaks. If you'll excuse me once again using a Radiohead comparison, ASOS is like The Bends: It's full of great songs, and it represents a point in time before the band settled into what would become their signature sound. Also, I'm just busting your balls.
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January 10, 2017 on New Spoon Album Hot Thoughts Out 3/17
Whoa whoa whoa black sheep boy, no real Spoon fan would rank A Series Of Sneaks that low
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January 10, 2017 on New Spoon Album Hot Thoughts Out 3/17
Despite Bono's messianic tendencies, I didn't get the sense that they believe their music will save the day, just that they're worried about the new album sounding embarrassingly out of touch. Kinda like Metallica's new album post-election, as our own Michael Nelson discussed here.
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January 9, 2017 on U2 Postpone New Album To Better Address Trump Presidency
Close! It's "Doing It Wrong," sampled on the vinyl-only bonus track "Naive." So, same album at least.
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January 6, 2017 on Premature Evaluation: The xx I See You
You should just listen to the four songs James included at the bottom that were inescapable at the time of release
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January 5, 2017 on Michelle Branch Releasing Comeback Album Co-Written By Patrick Carney
I think that's probably right. One survey shows that age 33 is when people generally stop paying attention to new music, so it makes sense that interest would start to wane around age 30 followed by a few years of ambivalent listening. On the other hand, your friends' disinterest might be attributable to 2016 being such a wack year for pop. Always appreciate your insights!
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January 5, 2017 on The 2017 State Of Pop Address
As the person who wrote our original album rankings, I have some revisions. The original list was before Yeezus and The Life Of Pablo, and it included Cruel Summer (which seems unwise in retrospect, but it was his newest release at the time and those singles go). 1. MBDTF 2. Late Registration 3. Yeezus 4. The College Dropout 5. Graduation 6. Watch The Throne 7. The Life Of Pablo 8. 808s & Heartbreak
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January 5, 2017 on Chance The Rapper Ranks Kanye West’s Albums Best To Worst
Every time I think that, he gets bigger!
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January 5, 2017 on The 2017 State Of Pop Address
Thanks, Ebony Tusks, for responding to what I actually wrote.
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December 26, 2016 on Premature Evaluation: Run The Jewels RTJ3
Agreed, dude should just accept the friend request. I was immediately suspicious.
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December 19, 2016 on In A Tumultuous 2016, Sampled Music Showed History Repeating
"True Love Waits" was the one that destroyed me initially, but as the year wore on I found myself returning to "Daydreaming" most. It's a classic for sure.
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December 19, 2016 on The Gummy Awards: Your Top 10 Albums And Songs Of 2016
Some of us voted for it!
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December 17, 2016 on The 5 Best Songs Of The Week