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The New Pixies Are Streaming Their New Album Head Carrier

Next week, the world will have a new Pixies album. Doesn't matter if you think the alt-rock progenitors have overstayed their welcome at this point, or…
Kyle McGovern / September 22, 2016

Listen to Kaytranada’s 0.001% Mixtape, Featuring Chance the Rapper and Usher Remixes

Kaytranada has released 0.001%, an hour-and-a-half mixtape. The mix of original production and remixes--both Usher and Chance the Rapper get the treatment--comes a few days after after he…
Brian Josephs / September 22, 2016

Danny Brown Continues the Atrocity Exhibition Hype With “Tell Me What I Don’t Know”

Danny Brown's Atrocity Exhibition is little more than a week away, but that isn't stopping the Detroit rapper from sharing new songs from the fast-approaching…
Brian Josephs / September 21, 2016

Bloc Party Share New Song “Stunt Queen”

Earlier this year, Bloc Party released fifth album HYMNS, an uplifting collection of nimble, synth-inflected rock songs. They've now shared a new song, "Stunt Queen," which…
Charles Innis / September 20, 2016

Mick Jenkins Shares Woozy New Track “Fall Through”

Mick Jenkins is set to release his long-awaited debut album, The Healing Component, this Friday. Last month's "Spread Love" showed promise and the angst-riddled, BADBADNOTGOOD-featuring "Drowning" was one…
Brian Josephs / September 20, 2016

Stream How to Dress Well’s New “Sex-Positive” Anthem “Can’t You Tell”

How to Dress Well—the R&B-inflected recording project of Tom Krell—will release its fourth album, Care, on Friday, September 23, via Weird World/Domino. Over the past…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2016

Lizzo Loses Her “Phone,” Announces Coconut Oil EP

Minnesota rapper, "Good as Hell" singer, and newly minted MTV host Lizzo has announced a new EP, Coconut Oil. She also shared its first single, the catchy, off-the-wall "Phone," which flips between a…
Anna Gaca / September 17, 2016

Tinashe Doesn’t Need Your Love, She Just Wants Your “Company”

Tinashe's much-delayed sophomore LP Joyride still doesn't have a release date (next month, maybe?), but it does have a new single. "Company" debuted on last night's premiere episode of…
Anna Gaca / September 16, 2016

Watch Vince Staples and GTA’s New Video for “A Little Bit of This”

Vince Staples has been everywhere lately: There's his new EP, Prima Donna, as well as collaborations with Flume, The Roots on Fallon, ScHoolboy Q, and a tour with James Blake.
Josh Rosenberg / September 15, 2016

Danny Brown Debuts New Song “Rolling Stone,” Talks About His Love for Nas

We're 15 days out from Danny Brown's new album Atrocity Exhibition, and it's finally time for a new single: "Rolling Stone," which features production and backup vocals…
Anna Gaca / September 15, 2016

Stream U.K. Producer Jam City’s New Mixtape Trouble

Jack Latham, the U.K. producer and Kelela collaborator who goes by Jam City, has just released his third project, Trouble.  Full of wave-like synths…
Josh Rosenberg / September 14, 2016

Justice Get “Randy,” Announce Third Album Woman

Annie Mac's "hottest record in the world" comes close to meriting that superlative today: It's "Randy," the brand-new single from French disco giants Justice, and it also serves as official…
Anna Gaca / September 14, 2016

Joyce Manor Continue Hot Streak With New Track “Last You Heard of Me”

Speaking to SPIN last month, Joyce Manor frontman Barry Johnson copped to once feeling conflicted about leading a pop-punk band. "I had a weird complex about it," the…
Kyle McGovern / September 14, 2016

Ty Dolla $ign Is “Stealing” Hearts on His Latest From Campaign

Ty Dolla $ign wants you to know he's versatile, and he's coming through loud and clear on his new single "Stealing." It's the fifth peek at his forthcoming…
Anna Gaca / September 9, 2016

The False Pixies Have a New Music Video

Big news: The stumbling reanimated carcass of your favorite alternative rock band has a new song and music video. It's called "Tenement Song," and you…
Andy Cush / September 6, 2016

Be ‘Alone Together’ With Leagues on Their Inviting New Album

Having made waves with their 2013 debut, You Belong Here, Leagues are back with their sophomore effort, Alone Together. Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, the duo consists of Thad Cockrell,…
Josh Rosenberg / September 6, 2016

Genders (and Their Guitars) Wail About How They ‘Never Belonged to You’

"But I never belonged to you / I never belonged to anyone," protest Portland-based indie-rock quartet Genders on the chorus to their new single. The…
Andrew Unterberger / September 1, 2016

IAN SWEET Are Raw and Inventive on Debut Album ‘Shapeshifter’

Jillian Medford used to perform alone, but through her cross-country travels and tribulations, her solo act picked up bassist Damien Scalise and drummer Tim Cheney…
Josh Rosenberg / September 1, 2016

Signals Midwest Head Forward in the Face of Adversity on New Album ‘At This Age’

Signals Midwest have lived through a lot during their eight years together as a band. With their upcoming fourth record At This Age, the Cleveland-based…
Josh Rosenberg / August 29, 2016

Law Holt Is a Force to Be Reckoned With on Debut Album ‘City’

Friend and frequent collaborator of the Edinburgh pop trio Young Fathers, Law Holt brings the U.K.'s underground pop scene to newer, darker places. Three tracks…
Josh Rosenberg / August 25, 2016
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