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LUKA’s Heart Asks ‘Why Don’t You Go To Her’

"This is a conversation between me and my heart" begins Toronto folk maestro LUKA on his new single, "Why Don't You Go To Her." It's…
Evan Siegel / May 9, 2016

Wendy Bevan Seeks Salvation in ‘Sweet Dedication’

With vintage drum machines and synth aplenty, Wendy Bevan conjures moody cold wave that takes its cues from the genre's greats. "Sweet Dedication," the first…
Evan Siegel / May 5, 2016

Bionik and Lizzo ‘Ball Like Beijing’ on New Single

Last time we saw a collaboration between producer Stefon "Bionik" Taylor and rapper Lizzo, the two created "My Skin," a glittering, emotional ballad to body-positivity,…
Evan Siegel / May 4, 2016

Fear of Men Recast the Old With New Single, ‘Sane’

Brighton, U.K. dream-pop trio Fear of Men's forthcoming album, Fall Forever, boasts cover art that appears to be a computer-generated rendering of Bernini's The Rape of Proserpina. Cast…
Evan Siegel / May 4, 2016

Idris Ackamoor & the Pyramids Celebrate the Human Family in ‘We Be All Africans’

Scholar Larry Neal writes that, along with the Black Power Movement, the Black Arts Movement of the ’60s and ’70s, "proposes a radical reordering of the western…
Evan Siegel / April 20, 2016

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Alters the Rubin Museum

It’s The Garden of Earthly Delights in downtown Manhattan: home to halfway forms, magical creatures, and outlandish "cut-ups." Two wolf heads are rendered in taxidermy;…
Evan Siegel / April 19, 2016

Watch the Flaming Lips Preach the Gospel of Bowie in Their ‘Space Oddity’ Video

Wayne Coyne is not one for subtlety. Take, for example, his Chewbacca-themed tribute to Bowie, and it becomes easy to see that, at least when it…
Evan Siegel / April 15, 2016

Pity Sex Pitilessly Indulge Your Nostalgia With ‘Pin A Star’

The members of Ann Arbor quartet Pity Sex are not ones to shy away from unabashed, instantly gratifying ’90s revivalism. Their sound is awash with…
Evan Siegel / April 11, 2016

Mutual Benefit Is Adrift In Love On ‘Lost Dreamers’

"Let’s take the long way home / Let’s throw away our phones," sings Jordan Lee on his newest single as Mutual Benefit. "Lost Dreamers" is…
Evan Siegel / April 5, 2016

Colleen Green Keeps Punk Alive With New Single, ‘Between the Lines’

Colleen Green’s music is pure '70s punk made modern. With just a guitar and drum machine, she manages to retain the minimalism and catchy repetitiveness…
Evan Siegel / March 30, 2016

Xenia Rubinos Makes Fusion Go Gourmet With New Single ‘Lonely Lover’

To call Xenia Rubinos’ music "fusion" would be technically correct, but that word bears the bland connotations of entities like P.F. Chang's calling their uninspired dishes…
Evan Siegel / March 29, 2016

Islands Share ‘The Joke’ and ‘Christmas Tree,’ Two New Singles From Two New Albums

Indie shape-shifter Nick Thorburn, a.k.a. Nick Diamonds, has fronted short-lived but influential weirdo darlings the Unicorns, fashioned a jazzy effort as Reefer with hip-hop producer Daddy…
Evan Siegel / March 25, 2016

Fear and Loathing at Kanye’s Pop-Up Shop Opening

"There goes Kanye!" The desire to falsely shout out Mr. West's arrival at his pop-up fashion store in downtown Manhattan is strong, though doing so…
Evan Siegel / March 19, 2016

AJ Cornell and Tim Darcy Tentatively Embrace the Avant-Garde With ‘Too Significant To Ignore’

Fans of the Montreal post-punk outfit Ought may be taken aback by lead singer Tim Darcy’s new collaboration with aural experimentalist Andrea-Jane Cornell. Gone are…
Evan Siegel / March 17, 2016

Outblinker Shrug at Fame on Eviscerating ‘Farrokh Bulsara’

If it seems hypocritical that Glasgow's standard quo rejectionists, Outblinker, renounce fame in a press release — a tool to increase a band's exposure so they…
Evan Siegel / March 16, 2016

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