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Slowdive Are Streaming a Live Performance Right Now

Yesterday, Slowdive announced their first new album in 22 years. Right now, they're livestreaming a London show via Facebook. Watch it below.
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

The Who’s Roger Daltrey Is the Latest Aging Rock Star to Have a Bad Political Opinion

Earlier this week, Johnny Rotten gave an interview with ITV where he said some truly dumb-assed shit about Donald Trump. Trump was a "joy to…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

Even Thom Yorke Cannot Escape Tabloid Journalism’s Unsparing Eye

Thom Yorke is a serious artist whose music has diagnosed society's profound alienation, but he's also a guy who likes to relax. Radiohead's new tour…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

Amber Coffman Releases Statement on Leaving Dirty Projectors: “Walking Away Was the Only Healthy Choice for Me”

The latest Dirty Projectors album is notable for the absence of Amber Coffman, following her breakup with frontman Dave Longstreth. Last night, Coffman released a statement…
Jeremy Gordon / March 29, 2017

Watch Pinegrove Debut a Pretty New Song

Pinegrove were the guest on Paste's Facebook Live series, where artists perform at their New York studio. At the beginning of the set, they debuted…
Jeremy Gordon / March 28, 2017

Watch Lorde’s Charming Parody of “Green Light” As a Song About Creme Eggs

Lorde was a recent guest on BBC Radio 1's The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw, where she was conscripted into doing something mildly embarrassing…
Jeremy Gordon / March 28, 2017

Watch Papa Roach Eat Actual Insects

In 2000, Papa Roach sold three million copies of their debut album Infest and appeared on the cover of Spin. In 2017, they've appeared on camera for…
Jeremy Gordon / March 28, 2017

Coachella Is Getting a Marijuana “Oasis”

Just because marijuana is legal in a state doesn't mean it's legal at a music festival; Coachella attendees are officially prohibited from bringing drugs on…
Jeremy Gordon / March 28, 2017

Slowdive Announce First New Album in 22 Years, Release New Song “Sugar for the Pill”

The reunited Slowdive have announced a self-titled album, their first new record since 1995's Pygmalion. It's out May 5 via Dead Oceans. They've also released "Sugar…
Jeremy Gordon / March 28, 2017

Who Recorded the Definitive “Hit or Miss”? Fans of Jacob Sartorius and New Found Glory Would Like You to Decide

In 1999, New Found Glory released "Hit or Miss," a pretty quality pop-punk song. Though it was released before they really broke big, it's one…
Jeremy Gordon / March 27, 2017

Ezra Koenig Shares Lengthy Update on New Vampire Weekend Album, Which Is Still Called Mitsubishi Macchiato

Vampire Weekend's last album was 2013's awesome Modern Vampires of the City. Since then, multi-instrumentalist Rostam left the band, Chris Baio and Chris Tomson released solo…
Jeremy Gordon / March 24, 2017

New Music: Johnny Jewel – “The Hacker” (From Ghost in the Shell)

The live-action remake of iconic anime Ghost in the Shell is out March 31. Today, Chromatics' Johnny Jewel has released "The Hacker," one of three songs…
Jeremy Gordon / March 24, 2017

New Music: Stream Pallbearer’s Heartless

Heartless, the new record by Pallbearer, is out now. Stream it below. It's their first since 2014's Foundation of Burden, and follows advance singles like "Thorns"
Jeremy Gordon / March 24, 2017

New Music: Kendrick Lamar – “The Heart Part 4″

Earlier today, Kendrick Lamar appeared to tease a new release via Instagram. Just now, he's released "The Heart Part 4," a new song. It's available…
Jeremy Gordon / March 23, 2017

John Mayer Leans Into Predictable Controversy

John Mayer is the subject of a long, thoughtful profile in The New York Times, which details how the soft rock superstar's life has changed since…
Jeremy Gordon / March 23, 2017

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