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If you were expecting to see some spooky songs in this week's 5 Best, you might be a little disappointed. Yes, it's Halloween, but nothing here is particularly Halloweeny. This week did bring the…   Read Story »
Before Baauer hit it big with song-meme "Harlem Shake" sometime back in the Paleozoic era, he was garnering respect as a talented producer on the rise. And now that his moment of profitable ignominy…   Read Story »
Baauer has shared a new collaboration with AlunaGeorge called "One Touch." The song debuted on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show last night. It was picked from a list of unreleased tracks that Baauer…   Read Story »
For much of this week, it felt like there was only one song, period. So maybe it will come as a surprise to see that song not on our list of the week's 5 Best. It coulda been included here -- for all…   Read Story »
AlunaGeorge have been largely quiet throughout 2014 after spending most of 2013 heavily promoting their great debut album Body Music. That silence is broken in a big way with "Supernatural," the new…   Read Story »
Coldplay's Ghost Stories is an interesting album for a lot of reasons, and one of those reasons is the subtle way that the band integrates the sounds of the coolly minimal soul-pop currently coming…   Read Story »
This past weekend, New York City hosted the annual Governors Ball, whose 10 Best Sets we counted down for you right here. Photographer Luis Ruiz was on site to document the festival for Stereogum,…   Read Story »
Is he really a legend or isn't he? There's no doubt John Legend is a music industry power-player, the kind of safe yet pliable talent who moves in many circles, who appeals to many demographics,…   Read Story »
We at Stereogum have the UK on the brain this week. And while there's a big difference between "Britpop" and "British pop," this seems like an appropriate time to point out just how many singers from…   Read Story »
More like guestival amirite? Cameos dominated Coachella all weekend, but Sunday was especially saturated with them. Arcade Fire had Debbie Harry. Motorhead had Slash. Jhene Aiko had Drake and…   Read Story »