New Music - Page 169

Sharon Van Etten Unveils Next Album ‘Are We There’

Sharon Van Etten dropped her sublime third album Tramp in 2012, then she spent most of 2013 teasing us with with spare songs and cameos.
Chris Martins / February 25, 2014

Sole and DJ Pain 1 Fire Shots at Steve Jobs on ‘Coal’

Platinum producer DJ Pain 1 and experimental rap pioneer Sole are teaming up for an album. Dubbed DEATHDRIVE, the forthcoming set aims to "eschew the…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2014

Hear Cloud Nothings Thrash Away Their ‘Psychic Trauma’

Last summer, Cloud Nothings teased their upcoming third album, Here and Nowhere Else, with an acoustic performance of the track "Psychic Trauma" that was filmed…
Dan Reilly / February 25, 2014

Jonwayne’s Office Drone Goes Postal in ‘How to Be a Gemini’ Video

Jonwayne's official on-the-mike debut arrived last year, but the excellent Rap Album One continues to deliver well into 2014. In January, the Los Angeles MC/producer…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2014

EMA Gets Down With Girly GIFs for ‘So Blonde’ Video

Following the jarring, industrial sounds and visuals for "Satellites," EMA is back with another cut from upcoming second album, The Future's Void. On "So Blonde,"
Dan Reilly / February 25, 2014

Watch Beyonce Take Over a Strip Club for ‘Partition’ Video

If you're one of the millions who bought BeyoncĂ©'s BeyoncĂ©, you've probably already seen the steamy video for "Partition." For those who didn't pony up…
Dan Reilly / February 25, 2014

Stream Baby Blue’s Delightful Dream-Pop EP ‘Promenade’

Owen Ashworth was right: Casiotone is for the painfully alone. Los Angeles' Jacob Loeb, better known as his synth-pop alias Baby Blue, can relate. After…
Cynthia Orgel / February 25, 2014

Watch Coldplay’s Woodsy, Bon Iver-Hued ‘Midnight’ Video

Back in September, Coldplay released "Atlas," their first new piece of music since 2011's Mylo Xyloto. That piano ballad, which appeared on the Catching Fire…
Dan Reilly / February 25, 2014

Lone’s Remix of Illum Sphere’s ‘Embryonic’ Is a Blissful Dose of Drum’n’Bass

The British producer Lone has a particularly promiscuous relationship with dance music's subgenres. He's tried his hand at lysergic beat music with 2009's Ecstasy &…
Philip Sherburne / February 25, 2014

The Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser Goes Solo With ‘Alexandra’ Video

The Walkmen (effectively) broke up. Then they announced plans to get back together for a day. And then member Walter Martin announced his solo debut. Now,…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2014

Hear Bobby Bare Jr.’s Swaggering ‘North of Alabama by Mornin”

Despite being Nashville royalty by bloodline, Bobby Bare Jr. has never been easy to pin down as strictly country. On "North of Alabama by Mornin',"
David Menconi / February 25, 2014

Stream Axxa/Abraxas’ Colorful Self-Titled Debut

Athens, Georgia native Ben Asbury a.k.a. Axxa/Abraxas has been crafting transportive psychedelic-pop gems in his bedroom for a few years before he was embraced by…
Harley Brown / February 25, 2014

Haim Dance Up a Storm in ‘If I Could Change Your Mind’ Video

Just a couple weeks after having the honor of being a Jeopardy! clue, the Haim sisters are back with a video for their '80s-pop-inflected Days…
Dan Reilly / February 25, 2014

Watch James Vincent McMorrow Scale Towering ‘Glacier’ Live

Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow recently resurfaced with Post Tropical, an alt-R&B-imbued follow-up to his folk-leaning debut album, 2011's Early in the Morning. As SPIN…
Kyle McGovern / February 25, 2014

Pickathon Festival Announces 2014 Dates

Pickathon festival returns this year bearing food and drink from a slew of popular Portland-based breweries and eateries, free water, and no plastic. (Feel free…
Cynthia Orgel / February 25, 2014
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