Songs

Petite Noir – “Best” Video

By Caitlin White / August 4, 2015 - 5:26 pm

Petite Noir is the project of Capetown producer Yannick Iluga, who kicked off the year by releasing his debut EP The King Of Anxiety. Though plenty of people will certainly relate to that title, his self-dubbed noirwave seeks a balance between anxiousness and gratitude. If anything reveals that, it’s the title for his just-announced full-length… More »


Joan Shelley – “Over And Even”

By Caitlin White / August 4, 2015 - 4:45 pm
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Joan Shelley is a Kentucky singer/songwriter with a voice like burnished gold. “Stay On My Shore” was the debut single off Shelley’s latest album Over And Even, and today she’s released the title track. “Over And Even” kicks off with a fingerpicked patchwork of chords that lean toward bluegrass — that’d be Nathan Salsburg plucking… More »


Jorge Elbrecht & Friends Are Scoring The Garbage Pail Kids Movie Scene By Scene

By James Rettig / August 4, 2015 - 3:24 pm

The Garbage Pail Kids Movie was made at the height of the creepy little knock-off caricatures’ popularity in the ’80s, and it’s widely considered to be one of the worst movies ever made. Even though its status is probably best left to that of a curiosity and also-ran, producer and prolific Jorge Elbrecht has started… More »


Boytoy – “Postal”

By Misha Sesar / August 4, 2015 - 2:27 pm

Brooklyn-based Boytoy remind me of Speedy Ortiz’s noise-pop aesthetic, but with a fast-paced ’90s pop-punk twist. Last year we premiered their sugary-sweet “Visits” video, a lawn-dancing romance. Now Noisey tells us the skate rock trio’s debut full-length Grackle will be released this fall. Lead single “Postal” just asks for jumping crowds — the drums are… More »


Watch The Walkmen’s Peter Matthew Bauer Cover St. Vincent’s “Prince Johnny” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Grace Birnstengel / August 4, 2015 - 1:23 pm
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Prince Johnny” is one of the best songs off St. Vincent’s self-titled release from last year. It’s a slow ballad with a striking chorus, ridden with themes of identity crises and self-validation. Peter Matthew Bauer of the Walkmen chose to cover “Prince Johnny” for the Amazon Acoustics playlist, which features other artists like Surfer BloodMore »


Robert Forster – “Learn To Burn”

By James Rettig / August 4, 2015 - 1:05 pm
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Former Go-Betweens co-head Robert Forster put out one solo album following his bandmate Grant McLennan’s death in 2006, but has been pretty quiet since its release in 2008. Now, he’s returned with another new one — called Songs To Play — and he’s shared a new song, “Learn To Burn,” via NPR. It’s good to… More »


Julio Bashmore – “She Ain’t”

By Tom Breihan / August 4, 2015 - 1:00 pm
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Julio Bashmore is a slick and frisky UK dance producer and a Jessie Ware collaborator. He’s been working on an album for a while now, sharing tracks like the J’Danna collabs “Simple Love” and “Rhythm Of Auld.” And now he’s announced that the album is called Knockin’ Boots and that it’s finally coming out later… More »


King Midas Sound & Fennesz – “Waves”

By Tom Breihan / August 4, 2015 - 12:01 pm

King Midas Sound is a side-project group that includes Kevin Martin, better-known as the eardrum-rupturing dance-music traveler the Bug, alongside the singers Roger Robinson and Kiki Hitomi. They’ve released a couple of albums, but they’ve never done anything as ambitious as the project they just announced: A series of four new albums, each of which… More »


Artist To Watch: Spencer Radcliffe + “Mia” (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / August 4, 2015 - 11:59 am

Spencer Radcliffe has been putting out music for a while — first as Blithe Field, then under his own name — and you can chart his progression since 2008 in a satisfying arc. His early work takes the form of spacey electroacoustic experimentation, which snaps into sharper focus after changing his name and releasing SinkingMore »


Hear The Debut Single From EL VY, The New Project From The National’s Matt Berninger & Menomena’s Brent Knopf

By Chris DeVille / August 4, 2015 - 11:58 am
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The National’s Matt Berninger and Ramona Falls/Menomena’s Brent Knopf have teamed up under the name EL VY. (Oddly enough, this marks the second National/Menomena partnership after Bryan Devendorf and Danny Seim joined forces as Pfarmers last year.) EL VY’s debut album, Return To The Moon, is out later this year on 4AD, and today they’ve… More »


Tamaryn – “Last” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Caitlin White / August 4, 2015 - 11:37 am
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Our own Tom Breihan once said Tamaryn makes “head-blown desert-vista dreampop” and that’s the only way I can imagine her now: standing majestic and windswept in the middle of a desert somewhere, orchestrating synths and strings with graceful, wild gestures. On her new album Cranekiss, Tamaryn spreads her spacious dreampop wider than ever but know… More »


Mac DeMarco – “Change The World” (Eric Clapton Cover)

By Caitlin White / August 4, 2015 - 11:04 am
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Mac DeMarco’s brand new mini-album Another One is just around the corner, but that hasn’t stopped the ever-prolific Canadian from recording other new music. DeMarco contributed a cover song to The Editorial Magazine’s first-ever cassette tape release. The release also features songs from artists like Blood Orange, Blue Hawaii, Weyes Blood, White Poppy and plenty… More »


Escort – “Animal Nature”

By Tom Breihan / August 4, 2015 - 9:50 am

New York disco-revival ensemble Escort released their self-titled debut way back in 2011, and they’ve been taking their time putting together its follow-up. But now they’ve announced that that new album, entitled Animal Nature, is set to arrive this fall. It’ll feature 10 original tracks, including the previously-released jams “If You Say So” and “Cabaret,”… More »


Baeb Rxxth – “Gutter” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Caitlin White / August 4, 2015 - 9:47 am

Baeb Rxxth is the New York-based duo of Devon Craig Johnson and Nasimiyu Murumba. Johnson is a guitarist, keyboardist, bassist, DJ, remixer, model, event producer, and video creative who met Murumba at one of his own Chinatown dance parties in 2013. But his resume isn’t the only impressive one; Murumba self-released her debut full-length RulesMore »


Ashley Monroe – “Pink Houses” (John Mellencamp Cover)

By Caitlin White / August 3, 2015 - 4:23 pm
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Ashley Monroe’s excellent new album The Blade — which serves as something close to her sophomore record — is out now. Following up 2013’s critically-acclaimed Like A Rose, this new record showcases Monroe’s ability to honor country’s disparate past, from bluegrass and honky-tonk to gut-wrenching ballads like the title track. Today, she’s shared a renditio… More »


D.R.A.M. – “$” (Feat. Donnie Trumpet)

By Tom Breihan / August 3, 2015 - 2:16 pm

The Virginia sing-rapper D.R.A.M. released his #1Epic EP way the hell back in March, and his song “Cha Cha” has blown the hell up since then. Just last weekend, Drake used the track as the basis for his “Hotline Bling.” And D.R.A.M. also had a memorable appearance on Surf, the new album from Donnie Trumpet… More »


Kevin Gates – “Tomorrow”

By Tom Breihan / August 3, 2015 - 1:58 pm

When he wants to be, Baton Rouge’s Kevin Gates is one of the best rappers in the world. And while Gates’ new single “Tomorrow” isn’t necessarily his best, we do hear flashes of that in there. It’s a hard-as-fuck street song that’s delivered entirely in a sweetly bluesy singsong, and that’s not exactly the sort… More »


FKA Twigs – “Figure 8″

By James Rettig / August 3, 2015 - 12:56 pm
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FKA Twigs just debuted a new track called “Figure 8″ on Beats 1 a few minutes ago — she has been playing this song live for a while, and it will presumably appear on her upcoming EP3, which is expected out later this year. It joins “Glass & Patron” and “In Time” as contenders for… More »


LUWUM – “The Band” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Grace Birnstengel / August 3, 2015 - 12:50 pm

Jesse Miller of Seattle operates under the name “LUWUM,” a name given to him when he was born in Uganda while his parents were missionaries. Janani Luwum was the archbishop of Uganda in the ’70s who was killed for speaking out against Idi Amin’s tyrannic regime. Although his moniker is serious, Miller’s music isn’t a… More »


Blacklisters – “I Knock Myself Out”

By Tom Breihan / August 3, 2015 - 12:43 pm
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Leeds noise-punkers Blacklisters make an impressively disgusting racket, one that recalls the fuzz-drenched ’90s glory days of Amphetamine Reptile Records. The band’s sophomore album Adult looms like a hammer over our heads, and we’ve already posted first single “Cash Cow.” Now Noisey has posted “I Knock Myself Out,” the follow-up, and it’s a two-minute murk-scream… More »


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