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  • Paul Weller announces new album ‘Fat Pop,’ shares “Cosmic Fringes”

    Paul Weller announces new album ‘Fat Pop,’ shares “Cosmic Fringes”

    Ever the restless artist, Paul Weller has reinvented himself again for his 16th solo album, Fat Pop (Volume 1), which will be out May 14 via Polydoor and, at least on the first single, has the Modfather dabbling in shiny, synthy rock. With his 2020 tour postponed due to the coronavirus, Paul was left to his […]

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  • Premature Evaluation: Nick Cave & Warren Ellis Carnage

    Premature Evaluation: Nick Cave & Warren Ellis Carnage

    There is very little information about Carnage out there right now, but what we do know is that Cave recorded it with his right-hand man Warren Ellis in December, without the rest of the Bad Seeds. The album is credited to just the two of them — making it their first non-soundtrack work as a […]

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  • 10 albums from the 2000s that have no skippable tracks

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    [Photos via Alkaline Trio/Spotify, Paramore/YouTube, Yellowcard/Spotify, Straylight Run/Spotify] There’s no shortage of perfect alternative songs from the 2000s. But can the same thing really be said about albums? You know what we’re talking about. It’s why we often opted to spend our $10 iTunes gift cards on assorted singles rather than full records. After all, […]

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  • Patch Notes: Imogen TV

    Patch Notes: Imogen TV

    A soothing modular improvisation from the Oakland-based composer. Imogen Teasley-Vlautin is a musician and multimedia artist based in Oakland, CA who works under the name Imogen TV. Teasley-Vlautin has scored films and installations that have shown at institutions such as the Smithsonian and Museum of the African Diaspora SF, and is currently working on their […]

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  • Becca Mancari Announces Juniata EP, Shares Lead Single “Annie”: Stream

    Becca Mancari Announces Juniata EP, Shares Lead Single “Annie”: Stream

    Becca Mancari caught our attention last year with her sophomore LP, The Greatest Part, earning her Artist of the Month honors and placement on our best albums of 2020 list. Now, the Nashville-based indie folk artist is back with a new effort, the Juniata EP, set for a March 19th release via Captured Tracks. As […]

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  • Travis Scott Says ‘Utopia’ Will Feature a ‘Whole New Sound’

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    Utopia is coming. As he gears up for the next chapter of his career, Travis Scott covers the Spring 2021 issue of i-D, which was photographed at his home in Los Angeles by Spike Jonze. The 28-year-old Houston rapper has kept a tight lid on details, but he opens up to one of his favorite […]

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  • John Prine’s Oh Boy Records Gets New Documentary: Watch the Trailer

    John Prine’s Oh Boy Records Gets New Documentary: Watch the Trailer

    Oh Boy Records, the independent, family-run record label started by John Prine and his longtime manager Al Bunetta, is getting a new documentary. The film celebrates the label’s 40th anniversary, and includes archival footage of John Prine as well as interviews with Todd Snider, Prine’s wife and Oh Boy president Fiona Whelan Prine, members of […]

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  • Skofee drops new Post Pop remix of hit single “Spiderman”

    Skofee drops new Post Pop remix of hit single “Spiderman”

    Kansas born, Los Angeles based alt pop sensation, Skofee, gives a fresh makeover to the green-eyed “Spiderman.” A relatable track which touches on the overwhelming feeling of jealousy, particularly when it comes to exes, Skofee sings of her own experiences through a light-hearted lens. Skofee (whose name derives from her last name Scholfield) was born […]

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  • Vanessa Bryant Addresses Meek Mill’s “Insensitive” Kobe Bryant Lyric

    Vanessa Bryant Addresses Meek Mill’s “Insensitive” Kobe Bryant Lyric

    Culture – 8 mins ago Photo Credit: Prince Williams/Wireimage Vanessa Bryant shared an official statement on her Instagram calling out Meek Mill for his insensitive lyrics in a recent track. Vanessa Bryant has called out Meek Mill for a line in a track that fans viewed as insensitive towards Kobe Bryant. The song by Lil […]

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  • Grave Flowers Bongo Band prep Ty Segall produced new LP (listen to “Smile”)

    Grave Flowers Bongo Band prep Ty Segall produced new LP (listen to “Smile”)

    Los Angeles group Grave Flowers Bongo Band mix flowery psychedelia, proto-metal and proto-punk for a groovy, heavy sound that hearkens back to 1969. The band are gearing up to released their second album, Strength of Spring, which was produced by Ty Segall and will be out April 30 via John Dwyer’s Castle Face Records. The […]

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