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Stream Veruca Salt Ghost Notes

By Chris DeVille / July 2, 2015 - 12:11 pm

When we talked to Veruca Salt about their unexpected reunion, Louise Post told us, “It’s sort of like we picked up where we left off without missing a beat… It took us a while to sing together again. But I think once that door was open, it all started to come into play naturally.” Now… More »

Stream Nap Eyes Whine Of The Mystic (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / July 2, 2015 - 11:54 am

There’s a risk you take as a songwriter when you go hyper-literate with your lyrics. It’s easy to lose an audience that way, easy to get bogged down in your own thoughts and not have them translate outside of the written word. Nap Eyes sidestep that pitfall gracefully on their debut album, Whine Of TheMore »

Stream Scott Bartenhagen Black Dane EP

By Caitlin White / June 30, 2015 - 1:46 pm

The first song I heard from Central California songwriter Scott Bartenhagen was “Beacons,” which we premiered a few weeks ago. It’s a peaceful, pastoral track that turns dissonant toward the end in a burst of glowering chords, and the perfect introduction to Bartenhagen’s eclectic folk-jazz style. Today he’s shared the entirety of the Black DaneMore »

Stream Main Attrakionz 808s & Dark Grapes III (Stereogum Premiere)

By Tom Breihan / June 29, 2015 - 2:55 pm

In the early ’10s, the Bay Area duo Main Attrakionz helped pioneer a loose, drifting emotive rap style that turned out to have a reach way beyond the underground; a guy like past collaborator A$AP Rocky took a whole lot of his vibe from them. It’s been a while since we’ve heard from the group,… More »

Stream Meek Mill Dreams With More Than Money

By Tom Breihan / June 29, 2015 - 12:31 pm

Meek Mill only gave the world a week of advance notice before releasing his long-anticipated new album Dreams Worth More Than Money. And on first listen, the brand-new album, which came out today, does a remarkable job combining the crossover-ready version of the Philly rap star with the raw, urgent mixtape version without losing much… More »

Stream Panda Bear PBVSGR Remixes EP

By Tom Breihan / June 29, 2015 - 11:46 am

Today, Panda Bear follows up his Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper album with PBVSGR Remixes, and EP of reworked versions of songs from that album. We’ve already posted Andy Stott’s remix of “Boys Latin,” Danny L Harle’s reworking of “Come To Your Senses,” and (my favorite) New York rap legend Pete Rock’s take o… More »

Stream Wavves x Cloud Nothings Surprise Album No Life For Me

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 28, 2015 - 11:17 pm

Nathan Williams and Dylan Baldi officially announced their collaborative album back in March, but we knew that a release was kinda-sorta imminent a year before that. The record was recorded and produced by Sweet Valley (Williams and his brother Joel) in Williams’ Los Angeles home during two sessions between 3/16-3/26 of last year and 6/1-6/10… More »

Stream Nicolas Jaar Nymphs III

By Peter Helman / June 28, 2015 - 9:56 pm

After not releasing any solo material for years, Nicolas Jaar has sprung back into action in the past couple of months, releasing the Nymphs II EP and the free standalone Pomegranates soundtrack album (although both contain material dating back to 2011). Now he’s following those up with the new two-song Nymphs III 12″, with “Swim”… More »

Stream Failure The Heart Is A Monster

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 24, 2015 - 11:42 am

Failure haven’t released an album since 1996, when Fantastic Planet dropped, and the band broke up a year later. This decade has wrought a series of revivals, as guitar-driven rock undergoes an unpredicted, though not unwelcome, renaissance of sorts. In February, Swervedriver dropped their reunion album I Wasn’t Born To Lose You, and just yesterday… More »

Stream Tyga The King Album: 18th Dynasty

By Caitlin White / June 23, 2015 - 4:30 pm

Tyga has decided to go the surprise-album route for The King Album: 18th Dynasty. He has also decided to go the Donda route, enlisting Kanye and Mike Dean as his executive producers. The artwork is done by Donda creatives, and while it’s no Pinkprint masterpiece, you can see the clear link to something like the… More »

Stream Ecstatic Vision Sonic Praise

By Misha Sesar / June 23, 2015 - 3:47 pm

Philadelphia-based trio Ecstatic Vision trip into a vast hallucinogenic haze on their five-track debut album, Sonic Praise. It’s an intense guitar-driven record drawing from space rock, free jazz, doom, Krautrock, Afrobeat, and more. We premiered their 12-minute-long psychedelic stargaze track “Astral Plane” a few weeks ago, but today, you can stream the whole thing, a… More »

Stream Refused Freedom

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 23, 2015 - 3:24 pm

Legendary Swedish punks Refused will drop their first album since 1998’s The Shape Of Punk To Come next week, and today the record’s been made available to stream in its entirety. In an interview with Consequence Of Sound that went live today, members David Sandström and Dennis Lyxén commented on the noted absence of guitarist… More »

Dâm-Funk – “We Continue”

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 23, 2015 - 2:07 pm

LA-based funk sovereign Damon Riddick (bka Dâm-Funk) hasn’t dropped a bona fide full-length solo release since 2009’s Toeachizown, so today’s announcement that he will drop the 20-track deep Invite The Light in September is welcome news. According to a press release, Invite The Light is a “concise, beginning-to-end vision” that focuses on Riddick’s progression a… More »

Stream London O’Connor O∆

By Caitlin White / June 23, 2015 - 2:01 pm

London O’Connor is a 24-year-old NYC transplant with an uncanny understanding of existential pop. Not quite a rapper, not quite a singer, O’Connor’s voice thrums over beats and synths of his own design, ascribing to no creed, genre, or clear form. Often when artists define themselves by going so decidedly against the grain it come… More »

Stream Wild Pink Good Life EP (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / June 23, 2015 - 12:29 pm

Wild Pink’s lead single “Is This Hotel Haunted,” which we posted last month, is an airy song for a stuffy day, which it most decidedly is on the East Coast right now. The Brooklyn-based band feels similarly refreshing on the other four tracks on their new EP, Good Life, tempering some heavy notions with buoyant… More »

Stream Goblin Rebirth Goblin Rebirth (Stereogum Premiere)

By Grace Birnstengel / June 23, 2015 - 11:31 am

The name Goblin Rebirth does not refer to the reincarnation of a goblin, but rather the revival of Italian prog-rock band Goblin, renowned for scoring horror films like Suspiria, Tenebre, Profondo Rosso, and George Andrew Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead. Original members Fabio Pignatelli (bass) and Agostino Marangolo (drums) make up Goblin Rebirth, along with… More »

Stream Creepoid Cemetery Highrise Slum

By Tom Breihan / June 23, 2015 - 11:23 am

The members of Philadelphia’s Creepoid come from their city’s punk rock scene, but like fellow Philly punk vets Nothing, they do something more expansive now. Cemetery Highrise Slum, Creepoid’s new album, is sprawling fuzzed-out guitar music, and it carries echoes of shoegaze and grunge and Britpop and Sonic Youth. We’ve posted the early songs “AmericanMore »

Stream Class Actress Movies EP

By Peter Helman / June 22, 2015 - 8:26 pm

Elizabeth Harper recorded one album of glamorous, cinematic synthpop as Class Actress back in 2011, and now she’s returned with a new EP, Movies. In the long interim between her last record and this one, she signed to Casablanca Records, the legendary ’70s disco label that now puts out electronic music. Harper reached out to… More »

Stream Tigers Jaw Studio 4 Acoustic Session (Stereogum Premiere)

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 22, 2015 - 2:13 pm

The borough of Conshohocken, PA is located just outside of Philly and is home to Studio 4, which should come as no surprise if you read our extensive feature on the city and already know that it’s a breeding ground for emergent left-of-center rock music. Will Yip is one of several storied producers from the… More »

Stream Björk Vulnicura Remix Project – Part Two

By Caitlin White / June 22, 2015 - 1:42 pm

Björk’s Vulnicura is one of the bravest, most intimate albums of the year, and even its premature leak couldn’t lessen its impact. She dealt with the leak by simply releasing the record early, and she continues to pop up around Brooklyn, like when she showed up to DJ Tri Angle Record’s fifth birthday party. She’… More »

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