New Music

Hear Hubie Davison Offer Up a Sentimental Beat on ‘No Shirt, No Shoes’

Yesterday, Leisure System unleashed the debut EP from London-via-Ireland transplant Hubie Davison, I Won't Be There. So far, the Berlin label has unveiled three track…
By: Elissa Stolman / November 5, 2013

Stream Vaadat Charigim’s Radiant Shoegaze Album ‘The World Is Well Lost’

It's handy enough to think of Vadaat Charigim as the "Israeli shoegaze band," but that's also unfairly reductive. Sure, there are bendy guitars and wall…
By: Chris Martins / November 5, 2013

Stream Crosses’ ‘Bitches Brew,’ Electronic Doom From Deftones’ Chino Moreno

Deftones leader Chino Moreno has been on a tear of late. His most famous band made a grand return with their rock-solid seventh album Koi No…
By: Chris Martins / November 5, 2013

Owen Crashes a Funeral in Boozy ‘Bad Blood’ Video

Earlier this year, Mike Kinsella, the Illinois singer-songwriter who records as Owen, scaled his family tree with "Bad Blood," a majestic, country-informed single from hi…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 5, 2013

Stream Caspian’s Cinematic ‘Hymn for the Greatest Generation’ EP

Caspian lost a band member earlier this year with the sudden and tragic passing of bassist Chris Friedrich, but the post-rock outfit are pressing o…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 5, 2013

See Yoko Ono Dance With ?uestlove, Beastie Boys, and Ira Glass

Even a "Bad Dancer" should have a good dancing partner, and Yoko Ono finds hers in ?uestlove above. The two share an endearingly awkward slow…
By: Chris Martins / November 4, 2013

Sigur Ros’ Jonsi Takes Mum’s ‘When Girls Collide’ to Ibiza

After a four-year break, Icelandic experimental glitch-ists Múm are back with Smilewound, a fresh set that finds them in familiar form and with a clutch…
By: Chris Martins / November 4, 2013

Hear Broken Bells’ Disco-Polished ‘Holding on for Life’

James Mercer and Danger Mouse are once again collaborating as Broken Bells, and the duo have shared the first full track from their upcoming sophomore…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 4, 2013

Matthew Dear’s Audion Alias Shreds the Dance Floor on ‘Motormouth’

Detroit-reared electronicist Matthew Dear has made his name wedding burbling electronics to his own creepy baritone, crafting an off-kilter brand of pop that bubbles and…
By: Chris Martins / November 4, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Eminem, M.I.A., Lamb of God, and More

Start the work week off the right way — by streaming new albums from YouTube Music Awards performers Eminem and M.I.A., as well as upcoming…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 4, 2013
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