New Music - Page 190

Watch Phantogram’s Sexy Light Show in ‘Fall in Love’ Video

For the past two months, Phantogram have diligently teased their long-awaited second album with a steady stream of tracks and music videos. The "Fall in…
Kyle McGovern / February 10, 2014

The Walkmen’s Walter Martin Yodels With Karen O on ‘Sing to Me’

The Walkmen declared an extreme hiatus in December, then confused the issue by announcing a reunion show in January. Of course, that NBA All-Star Weekend…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Blondie ‘Pass’ on Sochi Olympics Gig, But Russian Police ‘Get Lucky’ Again

Like the legend of the phoenix, the Russian Police Choir's performance of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" has risen once again. This time, the group reprised…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Todd Terje Shows Off His Space-Disco Skills on ‘Delorean Dynamite’

Todd Terje has been lending his name to luxuriant and hypnotic space-disco singles and remixes for roughly a decade, but the Norwegian DJ/producer's debut album…
Marc Hogan / February 10, 2014

Hear Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks Soften on ‘Little Fang’

Last year, Animal Collective co-leader Avey Tare unveiled his new band, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, a self-described "jazz power trio" featuring ex-Dirty Projectors member Angel…
Kyle McGovern / February 10, 2014

Py Soundtracks Bummer Valentine’s in ‘Swimming Slow’ Video

London's Py is blessed with a deeply soulful coo and an ear for richly produced bass music that matches the mood. Her forthcoming single "Swimming…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Hear Smalltown DJs and Broken Social Scene’s Lisa Lobsinger Dance on ‘See Thru’

A dance tune is not something you'd expect to hear from soulful vocalist Lisa Lobsinger of Broken Social Scene and Reverie Sound Revue acclaim. That's…
Puja Patel / February 10, 2014

The Doppelgangaz Revel in an Off-Kilter World on ‘Peace Kehd’

The Doppelgangaz, an upstate New York rap duo consisting of EP and Matter Ov Fact, have been cultivating a cult rap fanbase since 2008's eerie…
Phillip Mlynar / February 10, 2014

Watch Gardens & Villa’s Deadpan Humor in ‘Bullet Train’ Video

Last week, Californian synth-pop five-piece Gardens & Villa released Dunes, the full-length follow-up to the band's 2011 self-titled debut on Secretly Canadian. On "Bullet Train,"
Liz Pelly / February 10, 2014

Hear Neneh Cherry and Robyn’s White-Hot ‘Out of the Black’

Neneh Cherry and Robyn are both Swedish-born artists who've parlayed left-of-center musical influences into left-field pop hits. Cherry, who has been at it longer, has…
Marc Hogan / February 10, 2014

Watch Dave Grohl, Lauryn Hill, and Arctic Monkeys Cover the Beatles

There's this band called the Beatles, see, and 50 years ago ... well, if you've been exposed to any media recently you're probably all too…
Marc Hogan / February 10, 2014

Hear Ex-Cult’s Brutal, Psych-Tinged Proto-Punk on ‘Midnight Passenger’

Ex-Cult emerged in 2012 with a self-titled debut album that SPIN described as "a weird, sometimes frightening set of tight-fisted proto-punk." The Memphis five-piece —…
Kyle McGovern / February 10, 2014

Personal & the Pizzas Dis Macaulay Culkin’s Pizza Underground on Zesty ‘Death Threat’

The pizza wars are heating up again. And this time, it's Personal. To recap: Last December, the online music world learned that Macaulay Culkin was…
Marc Hogan / February 7, 2014

Angel Olsen Devastates on Quiet Crusher ‘White Fire’

Angel Olsen's fast-approaching second album promises to be a much fuller affair than her debut album, 2012's Half Way Home. Compare garage-rock single "Forgiven/Forgotten" and…
Kyle McGovern / February 7, 2014

Watch Josh Homme Eviscerate Queens of the Stone Stage-Crasher

Queens of the Stone Age put on a pummeling live show, but not the kind that would make the average person think singing guitarist Josh…
Marc Hogan / February 7, 2014
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