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Ty Segall’s Fuzz Covers the Kinks’ ‘Till the End of the Day’ With Garage-Punk Fury

On January 21, Brooklyn label Famous Class will release the 10th entry in its ongoing Less Artists More Condos split 7-inch series. The fast-approaching twofer…
Kyle McGovern / January 14, 2014

Hear Phantogram’s Darkly Shreddy ‘Nothing but Trouble’

Phantogram have let slip a third song from their long-awaited second album, Voices. "Nothing but Trouble" is available for immediate download to any who pre-order…
Chris Martins / January 14, 2014

Merchandise Celebrate Signing With 14-Minute ‘Begging for Your Life’ Single

Reverb-loving rock dramatists Merchandise have signed with 4AD and are marking the occasion by releasing a 14-minute-long song. Coming to download on January 15 and…
Chris Martins / January 14, 2014

10 Albums to Stream: Doug Paisley, Against Me!, Mogwai, and More

We've got your weekly fix of fresh album streams. Scroll down to find new, must-hear releases by Doug Paisley, Against Me!, Warpaint, and more.1) Doug…
Kyle McGovern / January 14, 2014

Echaskech’s ‘Form | Function’ Reclaims Progressive House for the Headphone Crowd

Jon Hopkins' Immunity was one of 2013's great out-of-nowhere pleasures: A vibrant mixture of sounds and energies borrowed from outdoor raves and IMAX screens and…
Philip Sherburne / January 14, 2014

Hear Farao’s Icily Apocalyptic ‘The Hours’

Farao is Kari Jahnsen, a Norway-reared, London-based singer and multi-instrumentalist who mixes folk plaintiveness with chilly electronic textures. Her debut EP, also titled Farao and…
Marc Hogan / January 14, 2014

Watch Hurray for the Riff Raff Honor New Orleans in ‘St. Roch Blues’ Video

Hurray for the Riff Raff is the brainchild of Alynda Lee Segarra, a 26-year-old native New Yorker who grew up in the Bronx, fled home…
Kyle McGovern / January 14, 2014

Watch POW! Play Psychedelic Poker in ‘Hi-Tech Boom’ Video

This week, John Dwyer's Castle Face Records will issue its first release of 2014: Hi-Tech Boom, the debut album from San Francisco's POW! To promote…
Kyle McGovern / January 14, 2014

Nils Frahm’s ‘Says’ Gets Gorgeously Trippy Video

Late last year, we premiered "Hammers," a fluttering Reichian dream from pianist/composer Nils Frahm. Now the Berliner returns with the video for a more electronically…
Chris Martins / January 13, 2014

Tokyo Police Club Confirm ‘Forcefield’ Album With Jangling ‘Hot Tonight’

Tokyo Police Club will return this spring with their third album. On March 25, Mom + Pop will release Forcefield, the Canadian pop-rock crew's follow-up…
Kyle McGovern / January 13, 2014

Download MC Tree’s Bluesy Soultrap Track ‘Probably Nu It’

Chicago MC Tree is dropping a surprise set on January 21 — the @MCTREEG EP, which so far seems chock-full of the rapper-singer's signature soultrap…
Chris Martins / January 13, 2014

Sam Smith Shrugs Off Success in ‘Money on My Mind’ Video

After winning ears the world over with his Disclosure collaboration "Latch," Sam Smith is prepping a debut album, In the Lonely Hour, for a May…
Chris Martins / January 13, 2014

Shocking Pinks Give Up the Mic, Not the Ghost on Misty ‘St Louis’

It's not like Nick Harte lacks range. As Shocking Pinks, the New Zealand-based singer and songwriter has evocatively dabbled in dance-punk and dream-pop, acoustic confessionals…
Marc Hogan / January 13, 2014

Stream Jenny Lewis’ ‘Completely Not Me,’ From Kim Gordon’s ‘Girls’ Episode

Girls' two-part season premiere included at least a couple of points of interest for music fans, and one of them is now streaming for free…
Marc Hogan / January 13, 2014

Hear Liars’ Rave-Punk Ripper ‘Mess on a Mission’

"Facts are facts and fiction's fiction," goes the chorus of Liars' new song "Mess on a Mission," but the Los Angeles-based experimentalists seem to take…
Chris Martins / January 13, 2014
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