Pupppy – “Beans” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 2, 2015
Purchase, NY has bred an intimidating young scene over the past five years, one not easily rivaled by any of the Empire State's other musical epicenters. Mitski, LVL Up, Porches, and Crying are just a few notable names who hail from the college town, and now, Pupppy can be added to that list. Pupppy originated… More »


Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon A Time In Shaolin Comes Out In 88 Years

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Last spring the world got a brief preview of Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, the secret Wu-Tang Clan album that will be released in a limited edition of 1 and auctioned off to the highest bidder. That might be all most of us hear from the project for the rest of our… More »


Holly Miranda – “All I Want Is To Be Your Girl”

By Caitlin White / March 2, 2015
Usher in the era of women who aren't afraid to ask to be fucked. "We could fuck in the sun and dance till dawn," Holly Miranda sings in a matter-of-fact, filtered vocal on "All I Want Is To Be Your Girl," stripped of all the qualms and metaphors that usually render most pop song propositio… More »


Faith Healer – “Canonized”

By Aaron Lindenberg / March 2, 2015
Jessica Jalbert is the brains behind Edmonton's Faith Healer, whose music is like a cross section of '60s psychedelia and lo-fi bedroom recordings. Jalbert's voice is understated yet bold, and it fits like a glove over tracks that range from Byrds-esque jangles to garage rock freak-outs. On "Canonized," the newest track from the… More »


Kanye West – “All Day” (Feat. Allan Kingdom, Theophilus London, & Paul McCartney)

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Kanye West debuted his much-leaked single "All Day" at the Brit Awards last week, and now a studio version has emerged. The So Help Me God song's bouncy, bass-heavy beat also features verses from Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London, and a massive "Monster"/"Black Skinhead"-style riff slices through the track from time… More »


Inventions – “Escapers”

By Tom Breihan / March 2, 2015
Inventions, the duo of Eluvium's Matthew T. Cooper and Explosions In The Sky's Mark T. Smith, are about to release Maze Of Woods, their second album of glassy organic ambient music, out into the world. We've posted the early tracks "Springwords" and "Peregrine," as well as the Field's remix of the latter. More »


Garbage Announce “20 Years Queer” Anniversary Shows

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 2, 2015
This summer will mark the 20th anniversary of Garbage's self-titled debut album, and to celebrate, the band announced the first two dates of their "20 Years Queer" commemorative tour. The first show will take place on 11/7 at the Paris Zenith, the second will be 11/8 at London's Brixton. Check out the poster for the… More »


The Short, Strange Music Career Of Leonard Nimoy

By Phil Freeman / March 2, 2015
Leonard Nimoy passed away on Friday at the age of 83. The actor was best known for playing the alien Mr. Spock on the 1960s TV show Star Trek and in multiple associated movies beginning in the late 1970s and running all the way to 2013. But there was much more to him than that… More »


Nocturnal Sunshine – “Take Me There”

By Caitlin White / March 2, 2015
Two years ago on the Fourth of July I saw Maya Jane Coles play a set at one of Verboten's all-day outdoor parties. It was scalding hot, and the party was held right on the Williamsburg waterfront. That might sound glamorous, but it's basically just a huge slab of asphalt surrounded by old warehouses. Still,… More »


Stream Never Young Never Young EP

By Tom Breihan / March 2, 2015
The Bay Area band Never Young make an erratic, guttural racket that owes a lot to hardcore without ever quite being hardcore. Their music is dense and loud and chaotic enough that I reached for Enon and Blood Brothers comparisons the first time I heard it. Never Young's self-titled debut EP is coming out next… More »


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