Charli XCX – “Famous” Video (Dir. Eric Wareheim)

By Chris DeVille / March 23, 2015
Charli XCX's video for the new wave banger "Famous" is part of the new slew of clips being released today as part of the YouTube Music Awards, and it's a good one. Directed by Eric Wareheim of Tim & Eric, it features a teeny-boppin' teenager who discovers that blasting Charli's track on her various device… More »

FKA twigs – “Glass & Patron” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 23, 2015
First things first: FKA twigs is going to release a new EP this year. That's great news! "Glass & Patron" is the first thing we've heard from it, and twigs' new video for it just appeared online as one of the videos that this year's YouTube Music Awards have thrown up online. (A rescored… More »

Florence + The Machine – “St. Jude” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 23, 2015
Florence + The Machine's third album How Big How Bold How Beautiful is out in June, and Florence Welch has already made operatic videos for the title track and "What Kind Of Man." She's now got another one for the new song "St. Jude," one of the new tracks she played liveMore »

Stream Action Bronson Mr. Wonderful

By Caitlin White / March 23, 2015
Action Bronson is coming off a jam-packed SXSW in support of his new album Mr. Wonderful. He took a busload of SXSW-addled journalists on a tour around Austin while playing the album and followed that up by serving the crowd poutine. But if you weren't on that bus, you can now hear Mr. WonderfulMore »

Good Thing Makthaverskan Made It To SXSW Because They Were Awesome

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 23, 2015
After undergoing a series of unforeseeable visa issues that brought their long-awaited debut US tour to a standstill, Sweden's Makthaverskan finally made it to SXSW. The band appeared at venues all around Austin, but most of our staff caught them at Run For Cover's stacked showcase on Saturday night. More »

Elvis Costello’s Memoir Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink Coming This Fall

By Caitlin White / March 23, 2015
Elvis Costello has penned a memoir about his musical career and everything surrounding it called Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink. The book will be out in October of this year and spans everything from Costello's personal and family life, to his role at the forefront of Britain's burgeoning punk and new wave scenes in the… More »

Katy Goodman On Becoming A Computer Programmer

By Tom Breihan / March 23, 2015
Katy Goodman, formerly known as Vivian Girls bassist Kickball Katy, now records as La Sera. She also does other things, and right now one of those things is learning to code. Fast Company reports that Goodman is currently using her downtime to study at Santa Monica College, where she's working toward a computer science… More »

Mitski Silences The Rain At SXSW

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 23, 2015
SXSW is exhausting. If you throw yourself into it, by the end of the week your feet hurt, your ears are ringing, and you probably contracted a cold. But if it's tiring for industry people to be at SXSW, then being a musician at the week-long festival is downright hellish. You traipse from showcase to… More »

Stream Death Cab For Cutie Kintsugi

By Tom Breihan / March 23, 2015
Death Cab For Cutie's new album Kintsugi is their first in four years; it follows 2011's Codes And Keys. It's also the first album the band has released since guitarist and co-founder Chris Walla left. Walla played on the album, but he didn't produce it, and it's the first Death Cab album that bear… More »

Shamir – “Call It Off”

By Caitlin White / March 23, 2015
Shamir completely dominated at SXSW last week. His effortless diva energy surges through the crowd regardless of stage size, venue or hour of the day, and after debuting plenty of new material at the festival he's given us an official new recording. "Call It Off" is a jumpy self-empowerment anthem that celebrates dumping someone… More »

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