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HBO's medieval drama Game Of Thrones premieres April 1, and this season's plot involves five different claims to the throne and these respective factions' ongoing clobbering of one another…   Read Story »
Santigold is the best, biggest pop star, and the perfect person to rep our pre-apocalyptic polyglot universe. We already had a hunch about this on her debut album, Santogold, which dropped in 2008…   Read Story »
This morning, Santigold debuted the video for her new single "Disparate Youth," and it's a pretty striking one. In the clip, Santigold rides a motorcycle and a speedboat through some gorgeous…   Read Story »
Earlier today, The New York Times' T Magazine revealed the new album art for Santigold's new album, Master of My Make-Believe, and that's it up above. And, some real high-art shit went into the…   Read Story »
Speaking with Pitchfork on Friday, Santigold very colorfully goes into detail about recording her new record as well as her thoughts on the pop landscape. But, you know, since this is Where's The…   Read Story »
Last month, Santigold gave us "Big Mouth," her first new single in forever. And today, she follows it up with another new one from her forthcoming album Master Of My Make-Believe. This one is called…   Read Story »
Here it is, the first mix of The Last Year. So far we've had a flood of good music these first few weeks of 2012, which in fairness is probably just the result of bands wisely holding back on…   Read Story »
This week Santigold played a pair of sold-out shows at Music Hall Of Williamsburg as a way of trumpeting her long-awaited return to the fore. The sets were immaculate and theatrical, smart and silly,…   Read Story »
Santigold's roots are in punk (via her old Philly band Stiffed) as much as they are label A&R (via her tenure as an Epic Records agent), so be not surprised by her outright gaming of The System when…   Read Story »
Amadou & Mariam's new LP, Folila is out in March, and the record features a slew of notable collaborators alongside longtime cohort and producer Marc-Antoine Moreau. Theophilus London, TV On The…   Read Story »