The Electric Lady imagines a hypothetical future, one where humans and androids love whomever they want, where water turns to wine just in time for the party, and where every trip to the dance floor…   Read Story »
This wasn't supposed to happen. Volcano Choir wasn't supposed to become a real band who make great albums. By this point, I'd come to understand Justin Vernon as the type of great artist who only…   Read Story »
If you're a hawkeyed, dangerously obsessive Stereogum reader, you might have noticed that I didn't start posting until late on Friday morning. That's because I was in the parking lot of my…   Read Story »
Superchunk don't hate music. We know this. The North Carolina band have been making it for more than two decades, and the music that they've made has way too much joy and desperation and impossible…   Read Story »
There's no nice way to say this, but during a busier week, Paracosm, the second album from Washed Out, wouldn't have gotten that Album Of The Week nod. During next Tuesday's new-release avalanche…   Read Story »
Thanks to years of label drama and just the simple passage of time, it's easy to forget the various ways that Anne Lilia Berge Strand changed the way dorks on the internet listened to, and thought…   Read Story »
R&B is different in England. Some of it is that old, stereotypical British reserve, but a lot of other factors are at work, too. In the UK, the music doesn't have nearly the church pedigree that it…   Read Story »
Of all the moderately popular bands with the word "fuck" in their band name, Fucked Up is and will always be my favorite. But London's Fuck Buttons, now three albums deep into a career that turns…   Read Story »
A week and a half after Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail went out to a million Samsung users, another long-pedigreed Brooklyn rapper found an unconventional way to release an album. But this one was…   Read Story »
Sometime in the late '80s or early '90s, David Lynch and cartoonishly handsome honky-tonk revivalist Chris Isaak inexplicably became good buds. Lynch used Isaak songs in Blue Velvet and Wild At Heart…   Read Story »