New Music

New Music: Oliver Houston Embrace Classic Midwestern Emo on Whatever Works

"Sometimes it seems my life has already peaked / And now it’s 23 / Burdened by the wait of routine," Grand Rapids, Michigan trio Oliver…
Anna Gaca / January 23, 2017

New Music from Angel Olsen, PWR BTTM, Avey Tare on Post-Inauguration Fundraising Compilation

In the ongoing surge of political action following Friday's inauguration, we find ourselves with a rising tide of dissent in the music industry. From Mount…
Rob Arcand / January 23, 2017

New Music: Pepe the Frog Plays Donald Trump in Father John Misty’s “Pure Comedy” Video

Father John Misty released a new song, "Pure Comedy," with an accompanying video today on his YouTube channel. Though this song is itself an intimate…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 23, 2017

Ray Davies Announces His First Solo Album in 10 Years, Shares New Song “Poetry”

Legendary Kinks singer/songwriter Sir Ray Davies is returning with his first solo album of original material in 10 years--Americana is due out on April 21…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 23, 2017

Video: Touché Amoré – “Benediction”

Last year's Touché Amoré release Stage Four was brutal: The album followed frontman Jeremy Bolm's struggle with the loss of his mother to cancer, a challenge that left…
Rob Arcand / January 23, 2017

Stream Cloud Nothings’ New Album Life Without Sound Right Now

Today, Ohio indie act Cloud Nothings shared their upcoming album Life Without Sound on Hype Machine. Following their 2015 collaboration with Wavves frontman Nathan Williams,…
Rob Arcand / January 23, 2017

Goldfrapp Announce New Album Silver Eye, Release Single “Anymore”

Goldfrapp, the dark pop-electronica project of Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory, will return in spring 2017 with their seventh album, Silver Eye. First single "Anymore," out…
Anna Gaca / January 23, 2017

Stream Ty Segall’s Second Self-Titled Album in Full

Today, West Coast garage-punk Ty Segall shared a new, self-titled album with NPR Music. The release is second to bear the singer's name, and features his typically punchy…
Rob Arcand / January 23, 2017

Pinegrove Release New Live Album Elsewhere, With All Proceeds Going to Southern Poverty Law Center

New Jersey indie rock outfit Pinegrove has unveiled a new live album titled Elsewhere, which consists of eight tracks taken from last year's phenomenal studio debut Cardinal, as well as…
Rob Arcand / January 23, 2017

M.I.A. Shares Percussion-Heavy Alternate Version of “AMP (All My People)”

Early on Sunday, M.I.A. shared an alternate version of "AMP (All My People)," a song from her most recent album A.I.M. "AMP drums" isn't a drastic departure from…
Anna Gaca / January 23, 2017

Here’s All the Anti-Trump Protest Music Released on Inauguration Day

Great protest music isn't the silver lining of autocracy. I haven't asked, but I feel pretty confident saying that all of the artists whose music is featured…
Anna Gaca / January 20, 2017

Video: Future – “Poppin’ Tags”

Need some alternate programming on this trying day? Future just posted a sleek new video for his single "Poppin' Tags," which his loyal compatriot DJ Esco…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 20, 2017

Mount Eerie, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Surfer Blood Featured on New Protest Compilation

Is There Another Language?, a new compilation organized by Knoxville, Tennessee indie label Gezellig Records, is one more anti-Donald Trump album to add to the pile of…
Anna Gaca / January 20, 2017

New Music: Migos – “What the Price”

Migos have released another track from their upcoming album Culture, which drops next Friday. "What the Price" is Autotune-driven and pointillistic, dominated some damaged guitar licks and…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 20, 2017

John Mayer Releases First Four-Song Wave of New Album The Search for Everything

It's been a few years since John Mayer's last studio album Paradise Valley, but the man returns today with "Wave 1" of his new album…
Rob Arcand / January 20, 2017
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