New Music - Page 164

How to Dress Well Teases Album With Sublime ‘Repeat Pleasure’

Four years after Tom Krell's debut album as How to Dress Well, Love Remains, introduced him as one of the leading voices in a shadowy,…
Marc Hogan / April 3, 2014

Lydia Loveless Gives Kesha’s ‘Blind’ An Alt-Country Makeover

Record Store Day is not only a celebration of brick and mortar vinyl peddlers, but also a great opportunity for artists and labels to push…
Claire Lobenfeld / April 3, 2014

Lower’s Stormy ‘Lost Weight, Perfect Skin’ Heralds Matador Debut

Back in April, Lower followed their Walk on Heads EP with the furious single "Another Life," heralding bigger things to come for the Copenhagen quartet. Now…
Dan Reilly / April 3, 2014

Hear Tynethys’ Smooth, Pulsing Slow Jam ‘TFZ’

Playful Sacramento soulster Tynethys' open-hearted slow jam "TFZ" finds the Main Attrakionz collaborator shouting out his mom and dad for staying together. He also compares…
Brandon Soderberg / April 3, 2014

Hear Lana Del Rey’s Disco-Noir ‘Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight’

Lana Del Rey's biggest North American tour starts on April 11, so be ready for a little bit of that Ultraviolence any time now. Before her follow-up…
Marc Hogan / April 3, 2014

Drake Visits Erykah Badu on Simmering ‘Days in the East’

As Kanye West finishes his new album, Drake keeps putting out new tracks every other day. The Nothing Was the Same MC shouted out Jennifer Lawrence and…
Marc Hogan / April 3, 2014

Stream James Blake’s BBC Radio Mix Featuring, um, Simon Tallywhacker

Last month, James Blake returned to BBC Radio 1 for his occasional Residency hosting gig, which is less a traditional DJ set and more a blank canvas…
Dan Reilly / April 2, 2014

Discover the Future of Brazilian Electronic Music on ‘Hy Brazil Vol. 4′

Five hundred years ago, sailors spoke of a phantom island shrouded in mist called Hy Brasil. This mythical rock had nothing to do with South…
Philip Sherburne / April 2, 2014

Concord America Push Their Amps to the Limit on ‘Suns Out Guns Out’

The members of Atlanta trio Concord America met while working at the same pizza joint, but it wasn’t until brothers John and Vinny Restivo saw…
Harley Brown / April 2, 2014

Hear Janelle Monae Dance Around David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’

The eclectic Janelle Monáe covering David Bowie makes so much sense, it's a wonder that it didn't happen earlier. The Electric Lady singer, fresh off reviving American…
Dan Reilly / April 2, 2014

Hear Turn to Crime’s Rugged, Laid-Back ‘Sunday’s Cool’

Detroit's Turn to Crime is the latest project of Derek Stanton, who previously fronted Brooklyn's Awesome Color. They split in 2010 after producing a handful…
Dan Reilly / April 2, 2014

Hear Dasher ‘Go Rambo’ on This Post-Punk Ripper

If the raw bass that opens the track below doesn't tip you off, the title should. "Go Rambo" is an ecstatic, empowering, aggressive wild-out of…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2014

Drake’s ‘Draft Day’ Surprise Shouts Out Jennifer Lawrence

That Frank Ocean surprise album was a terribly mean-hearted April Fools' Day hoax, but this new Lauryn Hill-sampling Drake song is legit. Proof that "Draft…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2014

G.O.O.D. Music’s Benny Cassette Remixes Sky Ferreira Hits

With her debut release Night Time, My Time, Sky Ferreira cemented herself as a frontrunner in a new wave of brazenly self-aware and nonchalantly self-deprecating…
Puja Patel / April 1, 2014

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Brood With Matt Berninger on ‘Coming Down’

Three years ago, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah released their third album Hysterical. The amicable departures of two key members, keyboardist-guitarist Robbie Guertin and bassist Tyler…
Dan Reilly / April 1, 2014
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