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Pattern Is Movement Announce Self-Titled Album With Soulful ‘River’

Pattern Is Movement will end its nearly six-year silence this spring. On April 1, Hometapes will release the Philadelphia-bred project's fourth album, a self-titled, 10-track…
Kyle McGovern / February 4, 2014

Hear Lowell’s Lush, Biting Electronic Anthem ’88’

Toronto-based singer Lowell first surfaced in 2012, as part of Apparatjik, a supergroup featuring Guy Berryman of Coldplay, Magne Furuholmen of A-ha, Jonas Bjerre of…
Kyle McGovern / February 4, 2014

Hear Julian Casablancas’ Gorillaz-Aping ‘Human Sadness’

A new song from Julian Casablancas called "Human Sorry" hit the webs today, one that's featured in a documentary about artist Sam Adoquei, The Unseen Beauty,…
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

Beck Greets the Sun on Orchestral ‘Waking Light’

Blink away those golden slumbers. Beck's latest offering from upcoming album Morning Phase starts out omething like the dawn's-hour counterpart to a lullaby. Like previously…
Marc Hogan / February 4, 2014

Hello Echo Make a Lo-Fi Ruckus on ‘Watch Through the Lines’

Hello Echo, the Boston-bred trip now based out of west L.A., won't lighten up despite their new sunny surroundings. Following spirited 2010 debut Hello and…
Cynthia Orgel / February 4, 2014

Ra Ra Riot Electrify Hellogoodbye’s ‘(Everything Is) Debatable’

The title track from Hellogoodbye's 2013 album Everything Is Debatable showed the group's evolution from indie dance to folk-pop. And now Ra Ra Riot have…
Jen Jamin / February 4, 2014

Stream the Fleshtones’ Reminiscent New Album ‘Wheel of Talent’

Perennial garage rockers the Fleshtones don't care to slow down. Over the course of five decades together, the group has pumped out 21 full-length albums,…
David Zisser / February 4, 2014

Hear Miguel Croon Sweet Nothings in ‘Girls’ Come-on ‘Simplethings’

Oh, sure, Miguel might seem like an R&B avant-gardeist, a 2014 Grammy nominee-slash-presenter, a futuristic cosmopolitan who knows how to romance Janelle Monáe under the…
Marc Hogan / February 3, 2014

Ciara and Future’s Love Is a Blissed-Out Battlefield on ‘Anytime’

If Ciara and Future's latest is to be believed — and why wouldn't it be, when it involves the man whose upcoming album is titled…
Marc Hogan / February 3, 2014

Watch Pearl Jam and Win Butler’s ‘Rockin’ Neil Young Cover

At this point, covering Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" with Pearl Jam should be considered a rite of passage. Over the last few…
Kyle McGovern / February 3, 2014

Vaadat Charigim Turn a Mall Shoegaze in ‘Ein Nehama Ladoachim’ Video

What better way for an international band to announce its first U.S. tour than with a trip to the shopping mall? Tel Aviv shoegazers Vaadat…
Marc Hogan / February 3, 2014

The Men Bring More Horns on Raucous Romp ‘Another Night’

The Men's new song implores, "We've gotta just keep on trying / It'll be all right / We've gotta just keep on trying / for…
Marc Hogan / February 3, 2014

Watch Angel Olsen Play a ’60s TV Starlet in Her Throwback ‘Hi-Five’ Video

Back in December, Angel Olsen shared a Freaks and Geeks-inspired music video for "Forgiven/Forgotten," the fuzzed-over lead single from the singer-songwriter's upcoming sophomore album, Burn…
Kyle McGovern / February 3, 2014

Ellie Goulding and Angel Haze Seize James Blake’s ‘Life Round Here’

James Blake's "Life Round Here" is enjoying a pretty decent hip-hop afterlife. The Timbaland-ticking Overgrown track already gave rise to a remix featuring a rap verse…
Marc Hogan / February 3, 2014

Watch Foo Fighters’ Epic, Career-Spanning Super Bowl Concert

Days before Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers brought the only thrills to an otherwise dull Super Bowl, the Foo Fighters helped kick…
Kyle McGovern / February 3, 2014
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