Will Butler – “Clean Monday”

By Chris DeVille / February 23, 2015
Every day this week Will Butler is writing and recording a song based on a story from British newspaper The Guardian. The first of those songs is "Clean Monday," a song about the Greek debt crisis that sounds a lot more like Arcade Fire than either of the songs Butler has shared… More »


Bobby Shmurda Says His Lyrics Are Fake And Epic Records Should Pay His Bail

By Chris DeVille / February 23, 2015
After hitting it big with his breakout single "Hot Nigga" and its Vine-viral Shmoney Dance, Brooklyn rapper Bobby Shmurda (aka Ackquille Pollard) saw his fortunes turn late last year when he was arrested on drug and weapons charges and accused of running a street gang. A fascinating New York Times feature explore… More »


Colleen Green – “TV” Video

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / February 23, 2015
When I interviewed Colleen Green about her new album I Want To Grow Up, we talked about how most of the songs are dark first-person narratives wrapped in the kind of bubblegum coating that makes them an effortless first listen. Oh, and we discussed her favorite television shows. I Want To Grow Up i… More »


Q&A: Noel Gallagher On Kanye, Beck, Beyoncé, Moz, Jack White, Black Keys, & More

By Ryan Leas / February 23, 2015
Back when I was first becoming an obsessive music fan, Oasis were big for me. I loved everything: the classic albums, of course, but also the mid-period stuff most people dismiss. As I got older, those last two very underrated albums were special to me, too. I sought out all sorts of Oasis minutiae, from… More »


Raekwon – “Wall To Wall” (Feat. French Montana & Busta Rhymes)

By Tom Breihan / February 23, 2015
The eternally tough and hardnosed Wu-Tang rapper Raekwon has been working on his album Fly International Luxurious Art for what feels like forever, and he recently announced that it'll finally come out this spring. "Wall To Wall," the album's first proper single, has more energy and swagger to it than most of what Rae's Wu-Tang… More »


Kanye West And Rihanna Are Touring Together This Year

By Chris DeVille / February 23, 2015
We learned about Kanye West's plans to tour this year via Rihanna's charity auction, they recorded the hit "FourFiveSeconds" together, and Kanye is executive producing Rihanna's album. So although it's exciting that the two artists are touring together this year, it's not exactly surprising. Radio.com points out that members of the More »


Alt-J – “Pusher” Video

By James Rettig / February 23, 2015
Alt-J have shared a video for "Pusher," a muted track from their sophomore album, This Is All Yours. The clip, which was directed by Thomas Rhazi, is centered on a manic preacher as he proselytizes on a soapbox in the middle of an empty field. Gradually, he's encircled by a crowd made up of mostly… More »


Death Cab For Cutie – “No Room In Frame”

By Chris DeVille / February 23, 2015
"No Room In Frame" is the opening track on Death Cab For Cutie's new Kintsugi, and now it's the second single following "Black Sun." As an opener, "No Room In Frame" does a fine job setting the tone in terms of both sonic experimentation (all these beats beats beats beats beats beats) and… More »


Carnage – “I Like Tuh” (Feat. ILoveMakonnen)

By Caitlin White / February 23, 2015
ILoveMakonnen and Carnage may seem like an unlikely pairing at first, but one listen to the hook on "I Love Tuh" proves Makonnen warbles just as well over EDM and trap beats as he does over twisted digital gurgles from Sonny Digital or Metro Boomin. The Atlanta rapper turns the mindless phrase "I like tuh/… More »


Stream of Montreal Aureate Gloom

By James Rettig / February 23, 2015
It's easy to take Kevin Barnes for granted. Over thirteen full-lengths and just about as many changes in style, of Montreal have refused to sit still for almost two decades. Everyone has their favorite oM era -- mine's Satanic Panic through Skeletal Lamping -- but, above all, the band has always possessed a remarkable consistency. More »


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