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April 10th, 2013
You’ve gotta admire Miguel for not doing the obvious on Kaleidoscope Dream and signing up some rappers for guest appearances. Seems like an album can’t happen without at least six of ‘em. So, it’s easy to forgive him for indulging after the fact, which he’s done on the remix of “How Many Drinks?” Kendrick Lamar [...]
April 8th, 2013
Queens of the Stone Age recently caught everyone off guard by leaving Interscope to sign with Matador Records for their first new album in six years. …Like Clockwork has been described by frontman Joshua Homme as “an audio documentary of a manic year,” and if first single “My God Is The Sun” is anything to [...]
April 1st, 2013
UK chanteuse Jessie Ware dropped what many considered to be one of the best albums of last year with her debut Devotion. Only receiving an import release here in North America, the album will see a proper one on April 15th featuring a bonus disc with four tracks, including a remix of standout track “Wildest [...]
March 28th, 2013
“I’ve been starting over for a long time/I’m not ready for another day/I feel, I feel anew.” That’s how Mikal Cronin begins his song “Weight” and those lyrics have really stuck, which is probably why I’ve listened to this song about 15 times over. The track comes from Mikal Cronin’s upcoming sophomore album, MCII, due [...]
March 18th, 2013
After premiering some new songs at SXSW this past week, Vampire Weekend are officially back. Earlier today, the NYC-based band released two new songs, “Diane Young” and “Step.” Both tracks have that Vampire Weekend sound you love: punchy drums, twinkling keyboards, and sing-a-long lyrics. But at the same time, these songs sound refreshing and a [...]
February 25th, 2013
The details for Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ new album, Mosquito, have been coming to us in slow motion it seems. After a couple of trailers, we finally have the first single to fawn over. It’s called “Sacrilege” and it features a 20-person gospel choir who by the three-minute mark completely take the reins from Karen O. [...]
February 13th, 2013
A few weeks ago, The Strokes released “One Way Trigger,” our first taste of their upcoming new album, Comedown Machine. A few hours ago, they dropped another track “All The Time” and it’s pretty different from the previous song: The guitars are a little bit grungier and Julian Casablancas’ voice is back down to its [...]
February 12th, 2013
Montreal’s Arbutus Records had a spectacular 2012 with breakout releases by Grimes, TOPS and Majical Cloudz. Judging by the label’s schedule, they’re set to repeat thanks to new albums by Doldrums, Blue Hawaii and a Majical Cloudz debut album. But the label’s unsung hero is undoubtedly its most prolific artist, the inimitable Sean Nicholas Savage, [...]
February 11th, 2013
Basically, we’ve been waiting a decade to hear a new song by The Postal Service. And now, here it is! “A Tattered Line of String” is one of the two unreleased tracks that will be included in Sub Pop’s ten-year anniversary reissue of the duo’s only album, Give Up, which is out April 8th. The [...]
February 4th, 2013
There was never any reason to think that it would ever actually come, but after a nearly 22-year wait, on Saturday night, legendary cult band My Bloody Valentine finally dropped their follow-up to 1991′s Loveless. This album was in so much demand on night of release, that it actually crashed the newly-launched My Bloody Valentine [...]