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Hear Alex G’s Guitar-Pop Grotesquerie ‘Black Hair’

Following a host of bedroom-recorded Bandcamp releases, Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Alex G is poised to release his first proper LP, DSU on June 17. Today, he's…
Colin Joyce / June 5, 2014

Jeff Tweedy and Son Start Band, Share Gritty ‘I’ll Sing It’

It appears that Spencer Tweedy, son of Wilco's Jeff, has been promoted. The 18-year-old, who will handle live drumming duties for his father's string of solo…
Harley Brown / June 4, 2014

Big Freedia’s ‘Explode’ Gets Electrifying Remix From Angor Republic

As the release of her new album approaches Big Freedia, the Queen Diva of New Orleans bounce, wants to make sure your twerk game is on…
Maud Deitch / June 4, 2014

Cathedrals Merge R&Beats With Gorgeous Guitar on ‘Want My Love’

San Francisco enters the nü-R&B game swinging with Cathedrals, a duo comprising Brodie Jenkins (Ghost and Gale) and Johnny Hwin (Blackbird Blackbird). The two share…
Chris Martins / June 4, 2014

Dream Boat Delivers Glowing Psych-Folk on ‘Way Out’

If aquarius is the most visionary of all signs in the zodiac, Dream Boat's Page Campbell and Dan Donohue (who share not only the same…
Maud Deitch / June 4, 2014

Caribou Returns With Lush and Lovely ‘Can’t Do Without You’

Caribou is back. After releasing one of the best albums of 2012 as Daphni (Jialong) Canadian producer Dan Snaith returns to his most well-known moniker…
Chris Martins / June 3, 2014

Joywave and Kopps Lead NSFW Romp in ‘Tongues’ Video

"Tongues," the union between Rochester indie-dance outfits Joywave and KOPPS, just got an oddball, 16mm film-shot visual treatment from director duo The Daniels. If you're…
Claire Lobenfeld / June 3, 2014

Stream Memory Map’s Jigsaw-Indie Album ‘The Sky As Well As Space’ in Full

Memory Map are a constellation of Bloomington, Indiana all-stars. Guitarist Matt Tobey has another life as folk-punk character and Kimya Dawson collaborator Matty Pop Chart,…
Camille Dodero / June 3, 2014

Turn to Crime’s Scuzzy ‘Can’t Love’ Gets Satisfaction in No Satisfaction

Turn to Crime are quickly getting quite the rap sheet. The Detroit-based project of Derek Stanton, who previously led Brooklyn's Awesome Color, will release their…
Marc Hogan / June 3, 2014

Hear Dan the Automator and Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s Cinematic ‘Did We Live Too Fast’

Dan the Automator is a man of worldly tastes when it comes to the art of the collaboration. While mostly known for his hip hop…
Nim Barshad / June 3, 2014

Hear Morgan Geist’s Synth-Soaked Remix of Hercules and Love Affair’s ‘I Try to Talk to You’

Last week, Hercules and Love Affair released their third album, The Feast of the Broken Heart, making good on their promise of an aggressive, emotionally…
Nim Barshad / June 3, 2014

Mastodon Sound the ‘Chimes at Midnight’ on Furious New Song

Mastodon are about to blast off again with their sixth album, Once More 'Round the Sun, and they've already shared the melodic new single "High Road."
Dan Reilly / June 3, 2014

Jenny Lewis Teams Up With Beck for Easygoing ‘Just One of the Guys’

Leave it to Jenny Lewis to make the ticking of a biological clock sound as laid-back as a sunny Southern California morning. The singer for…
Marc Hogan / June 3, 2014

Hear Blood Orange’s Saxy, Synth-y ‘April’s Bathroom Bummer’

As we previously reported, Blood Orange's Devonté Hynes wrote his first movie score for the new flick Palo Alto, which is based on James Franco's book of…
Dan Reilly / June 2, 2014
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