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The first day of Coachella brought us the first Outkast concert since 2006, the fourth Replacements concert since 1991, and the first time Haim was on the festival grounds legally. (According to…   Read Story »
In recent years, pop music's landscape has been transforming more rapidly than ever. But even as genre boundaries collapse and notions of good taste invert and guitars become inherently retro, one…   Read Story »
Even though he parted ways with G.O.O.D. Music last year, Kid Cudi will probably never make it all the way out of Kanye West's shadow. Many of us first encountered Scott Mescudi as Kanye's foil on…   Read Story »
Following in the footsteps of Twilight and The Hunger Games, Divergent is the next teen blockbuster to have a stacked soundtrack featuring a bunch of indie favorites. There are new songs from M83 and…   Read Story »
Did you know the reigning American Idol champion's album is out this week? Maybe the better question is: Do you know who the reigning American Idol champion is? Candice Glover is quite alright, so I…   Read Story »
The BRIT Awards are Britain's answer to the Grammys, and they're going down live from London's O2 Arena at 8 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time, otherwise known as 3 p.m. EST. Some of the most notable…   Read Story »
Four Tet has been busy lately. In just the past few days, we've heard the British producer Kieran Hebden's Jamie xx collab "Seesaw" and his Neneh Cherry/Robyn collab "Out Of The Black." (The latter…   Read Story »
Last week, in her big return to New Zealand, Lorde covered James Blake's "Overgrown." And if "pop stars covering James Blake" is going to be a thing, then Ellie Goulding wants in. Goulding, the young…   Read Story »
Just this afternoon we were asking "Who is Bastille?" after the British pop-rockers (pictured) were announced as SNL's musical guest for 1/25. Here's more Bastille news for you: The band behind the…   Read Story »
Welcome to The Week In Pop, Stereogum's new weekly pop column. I'll be here every Thursday with a look at mainstream pop music via essays, track reviews, chart updates, and more. The phrase…   Read Story »