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We've already heard the previews, as well as entire songs "One Way Trigger" and "All The Time." And now all of Comedown Machine, the gleaming and adventurous fifth album from New York rock band the…   Read Story »
The Strokes' new album Comedown Machine is only a week away from release, but we've only heard two songs, "One Way Trigger" and "All The Time." Today, though, Amazon has clips of every track on the…   Read Story »
The Strokes' new single "All The Time" sounds like an old Strokes song, with its urgently metronomic rhythm and its excellently rumpled Julian Casablancas mutter-wail. And the video seems bent on…   Read Story »
Azealia Banks haters, start your engines! I fully expect that just the headline "Azealia Banks - 'Barely Legal' (The Strokes Cover)" already has some people's vitriol tanks overflowing and ready for…   Read Story »
It's finally come to this: The first straight-to-Spotify Stereogum Monthly Mix. It's the end of an era, and I'm a little sad about it! But it's a necessity in 2013, and one that will serve this…   Read Story »
Well, this is more like it. "One Way Trigger," the first song we heard from new Strokes album Comedown Machine, was a keyboards-and-falsetto curiosity, but now they're back with the new "All The…   Read Story »
We've already heard the shockingly synthy and falsetto-laden "One Way Trigger," our earliest taste of the Strokes' new album Comedown Machine. But the first proper single, "All The Time," isn't out…   Read Story »
Rather than create a lyric video for their weird-as-fuck, falsetto-laden, a-Ha-inspired new single "One Way Trigger," the Strokes have gone a comparatively low-tech route. They've written all the…   Read Story »
Well, here are a couple of surprises! For one thing: The Strokes have a new song! For another: It does not sound like any goddam Strokes song I've ever heard! The track, entitled "One Way Trigger,"…   Read Story »
Last year, we reported that the Strokes were back in the studio to record a follow-up to 2011's Angles. News hit today, via Consequence of Sound, that Seattle radio station 107.7 The End has received…   Read Story »