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This week Azealia Banks released her very long-awaited debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste, out of fucking nowhere. It was so sudden that she's going to have to wait till next week to make it…   Read Story »
We noted earlier this week that guitar-slinging Nashville party-starters Diarrhea Planet have already shared all five songs from their upcoming Aliens In The Outfield EP, and here they are still…   Read Story »
Nashville punk rock guitar battalion Diarrhea Planet, one of the best live shows you're likely to see anytime soon, are getting ready to release a new five-song EP called Aliens In The Outfield. But…   Read Story »
Irreverent Nashville punks Diarrhea Planet are releasing a new EP called Aliens In The Outfield next month. So far, they've shared an Adventures Of Pete And Pete-themed video for "Platinum Girls" and…   Read Story »
The quadruple-guitar Nashville party army Diarrhea Planet, whose live show is the sort of thing that can restore your faith in indie rock, have a new EP called Aliens In The Outfield coming out in…   Read Story »
So many of the iconic shows we grow up with end up seeming dated and dumb when we view them as adults. The Adventures Of Pete And Pete is not one of those shows. Seriously, if anything, it's better…   Read Story »
This past weekend, the 2014 Pickathon Music Festival was held, as always, at the Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Oregon, just outside Portland. Major draws this year included the War On Drugs, Mac…   Read Story »
For their contribution to this summer's impressive Adult Swim singles series, Diarrhea Planet delivered a new song titled "Spooners" that manages to blend fist pump-inducing rock with a structure…   Read Story »
It has to be a toss-up between Coachella and Bonnaroo as to which is our most iconic currently active American festival. Growing up in Pennsylvania, I found the earlier years of Bonnaroo somewhat…   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 »