The Holydrug Couple – “Dreamy” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Patrick Hosken / March 2, 2015
In 2013, Chilean psych-rockers the Holydrug Couple put out the swirling, spaced-out LP Noctuary on Sacred Bones. Gabriela once wrote that Sacred Bones artists sound like they're always "hanging out together in some dark cave," and she's right. But if the Holydrug Couple are huddled in that deep cavern, they're the… More »

Stream Dick Diver Melbourne, Florida (Stereogum Premiere)

By Caitlin White / March 2, 2015
Dick Diver is one of the most jarring names I've encountered for a band, and I almost let it stop me from listening to their album. It seemed like a fratty, lewd, tongue-in-cheek joke designed to get a guffaw, not the moniker of a carefree dream-rock quartet from Australia. But it turns out Dick Diver… More »

Watch Portlandia‘s Kath & Dave Try To Make An Impression On Paul Simon

By James Rettig / March 2, 2015
Portlandia is wrapping up in a few weeks, and the fifth season has been sadly lacking on the musical guest star front. On this week's episode, however, Paul Simon makes an appearance opposite some recurring favorites, Kath and Dave. Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen do their best to make an impression on Simon, turning a… More »

Watch Eleven Times, A Short Film About Police Brutality Soundtracked By Nicolas Jaar & Brian Jackson

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Nicolas Jaar is a young experimental electronic producer and one-half of the now defunct dark psych duo Darkside. Brian Jackson is a keyboardist and flute player best known for his work with Gil Scott-Heron in the 1970s. The two musicians have joined forces to soundtrack Samantha Casolari's Eleven Times, a short film commenting on the… More »

Courtney Barnett – “Depreston”

By Tom Breihan / March 2, 2015
Courtney Barnett has a new album coming out soon, and that is a reason to be excited that you are a living human being with functional ears. Barnett's already earned herself an Album Of The Week thanks to 2013's great The Double EP: A Sea Of Split Peas, but her forthcoming Sometimes I SitMore »

MG (Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore) – “Europa Hymn”

By Tom Breihan / March 2, 2015
Martin Gore has been the second banana in Depeche Mode since pretty much the moment the group began, though he's also sung lead on some of their best songs, like "Somebody" and "Home." Next month, he'll release a solo instrumental album that he recorded under the name MG. Gore recorded the album in his home… More »

Bob Dylan – “The Night We Called It A Day” Video

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 2, 2015
Last month, Bob Dylan released his Frank Sinatra tribute album Shadows In The Night, and today we're graced with an accompanying video for the classic song "The Night We Called It A Day." Dylan stars alongside Robert Davi and Tracy Phillips in a black and white, noirish love triangle drama gone awry. Showgirls! Intrigue! More »

Lobby – “In These Times” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Peter Helman / March 2, 2015
Lobby are a brand new five-piece from Toronto with only one single to their name. Until now, that is! Produced by Leon Taheny (who's worked with Owen Pallett and Austra, among others), "In These Times" is a smooth, polished bit of dreamy sophisti-pop -- the kind of song one might encounter playing in the… More »

Deerhoof – “What Have You Done For Me Lately” (Janet Jackson Cover)

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Deerhoof's La Isla Bonita was largely inspired by Janet Jackson and Madonna, so much so that single "Paradise Girls" evolved from a demo of the band covering Jackson's "What Have You Done For Me Lately." Today the noise-pop veterans have shared that demo to help connect the dots between their inspiration and… More »

Mumford & Sons Announce Electric Third Album Wilder Mind

By James Rettig / March 2, 2015
Mumford & Sons have announced the details of their third full-length, Wilder Mind, and it's bound to sound pretty different from the rest of the folk-rock group's output. As As they told Rolling Stone, the band went completely electric for the new album, ditching the folkier elements that catapulted them to fame. "We felt… More »

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