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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

Hear Dashboard Confessional Cover the 1975, Julien Baker, and Sorority Noise on Surprise New EP

Long-running emo-acoustic outfit Dashboard Confessional have shared a surprise covers EP, Covered and Taped, which features an eclectic quartet of recent pop, indie, and rock covers: the 1975's…
Anna Gaca / January 20, 2017

Video: Young Thug – “Guwop”

Earlier this week, Young Thug released the a video for "Wyclef Jean" that focused largely only how the director finished the $100,000 clip without its star…
Taylor Berman / January 19, 2017

Sorority Noise Share New Single, Announce Tour with Modern Baseball

Four years, two albums, and a sprawling number of EPs and split releases to their name, Sorority Noise have come a long way from their…
Rob Arcand / January 19, 2017

Arcade Fire’s New Song “I Give You Power” Features Mavis Staples [UPDATE]

Following months of rumblings, Canadian indie superstars Arcade Fire return this afternoon with a new single, "I Give You Power," filled with reverberating bass, brooding organ,…
Anna Gaca / January 19, 2017

Ryan Adams Shares Song Titled “Doomsday,” Announces New Tour

Ryan Adams has shared a third single--"rollicking," "wind-swept," "pleasant," "urbane," "harmonica-studded," are a few ways to describe it-- from his upcoming album Prisoner. "Doomsday" premiered on Zane Lowe's…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 19, 2017

New Music: Cloud Nothings – “Enter Entirely”

Ahead of the impending release of their fourth album Life Without Sound on January 27, Cloud Nothings have released a new single from the record,…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 19, 2017

Video: Parquet Courts – “Outside”

Parquet Courts have released a new video for their less-than-two-minute Human Performance anthem "Outside." The clip, directed by Marisa Gesualdi, is a montage of footage from…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 19, 2017

New Music: Gorillaz – “Hallelujah Money” ft. Benjamin Clementine

The first new Gorillaz song in six years has arrived (via Uproxx), and it's an odd one. The meandering, constantly mutating song features London singer/poet/songwriter…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 19, 2017

New Music: Cerrone – “Move Me” Remix EP

The French disco producer Cerrone, responsible for '70s dancefloor hits "Love in C Minor" and the Moroderesque "Supernature," has been on a run recently. He's…
Andy Cush / January 19, 2017

New Music: Ty Segall – “Break a Guitar”

If it's a year starting with "20" then there must be a new Ty Segall album imminent, and so we await the arrival of the self-titled Ty…
Anna Gaca / January 19, 2017
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