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Stream METZ’s Combustible Rager of a Sophomore LP, ‘II’

On their second album, II, METZ have gotten, if anything, even more powerful. The Toronto-via-Ottawa ragers say and sound like they hail from the "Washington, D.C.
By: Harley Brown / April 27, 2015

Review: Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld Honk and Scrape on ‘Never Were the Way She Was’

Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld have given no formal interviews about their brawny new collaborative album, Never were the way she was, which is mostly…
By: Harley Brown / April 27, 2015

D’Angelo Announces ‘Second Coming’ Tour

Praise Jesus, or better yet, the Black Messiah, because D'Angelo is returning to save (or soothe) our souls with his Second Coming tour. Following date…
By: Harley Brown / April 27, 2015

Hot Chip Imitate ’80s Video Games on Lyric Video for ‘Burning Up’

U.K. danceniks Hot Chip have shared the lyric video for a new track, "Burning Up." Though the thoughtful, Auto-Tuned slow jam arrives in advance of their sixth…
By: Harley Brown / April 27, 2015

Review: Speedy Ortiz Refuse to Stand in Place on the Jagged-Riffed ‘Foil Deer’

On Speedy Ortiz's new album, Foil Deer, frontwoman Sadie Dupuis doesn't set the world on fire — she's the type to write characters who light a cigarette only…
By: Harley Brown / April 24, 2015

Kylie Minogue and the Rock to Fight Earthquakes in 3D Disaster Movie

At first it seemed like Australian star Kylie Minogue would be scoring her best film role yet as a figment of Nick Cave's imagination i…
By: Harley Brown / June 11, 2014

After 38 Years, ‘Ramones’ Finally Certified Gold

It only took six years for the Ramones' greatest hits album, 1988's Ramones Mania, to be certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. By…
By: Harley Brown / June 11, 2014

Bjork’s ‘Biophilia’ Becomes Museum’s First App

Björk's Biophilia is vast, it contains multitudes ... of opportunities for endless (and endlessly entertaining) media offshoots. When it came out in 2011, the Icelandic…
By: Harley Brown / June 11, 2014

Amazon Launches Dubious Music Streaming Service

The Gambian rat-sized race that is the music streaming game has spawned a new competitor: Amazon. Yes, Jeff Bezos' delivery drone-desiring, Prime-peddling destroyer of paper-and-glue…
By: Harley Brown / June 11, 2014

Death From Above 1979 Announce Return Album ‘The Physical World’

Talk about a pre-sophomore slump: 10 years after the release of their debut album, You're a Woman I'm a Man, and eight years after their formal…
By: Harley Brown / June 11, 2014

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