New Music

Hear the Jesus and Mary Chain Jam on an Extended Live ‘Reverence’

In November 2014, the Jesus and Mary Chain played their first live show in six years, a homecoming performance at the Barrowlands venue in Glasgow,…
By: Andrew Unterberger / June 24, 2015

Shoegaze Vets Swirlies Unearth Radio Session for New 7-Inch

Swirlies' 1993 album Blondertongue Audiobaton is one of the great under-celebrated records of the shoegaze era. Making good on their name, that record was a…
By: Colin Joyce / June 24, 2015

Boys Noize Returns to His Roots on ‘Strictly Raw Vol. 1′

You might say Boys Noize is in a good position. The German producer and DJ born Alex Ridha demolishes big-tent stages as himself and with…
By: Harley Brown / June 22, 2015

Get ‘Lost’ With Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room on New Single

When not penning tunes and holding down the bass chair for pop-punk stalwarts the Alkaline Trio, Dan Andriano makes music on the side as Da…
By: Tree Palmedo / June 22, 2015

Hear Delta Spirit’s Crashing Cover of Cream’s ‘I Feel Free’

Delta Spirit, an indie-rock five-piece project with members scattered between Brooklyn, Austin and Los Angeles, have announced a Deluxe Edition of their 2014 album, Into the Wide. In anticipation,…
By: Tree Palmedo / June 22, 2015

Dusky Bang Hard in New Track ‘Skin Deep’

Though London-based tech-house duo Dusky might have been overshadowed by like-minded peers Disclosure and the new album they've been teasing, the dance floor and Beatport chart…
By: Harley Brown / June 19, 2015

British Sea Power Share Not-So-‘Strange’ Galaxie 500 Cover

Back in 2003, English indie rockers British Sea Power were asked to contribute a cover of their choice to a commemorative Rough Trade compilation. "We…
By: Tree Palmedo / June 18, 2015

Nicolas Jaar-Endorsed Producer Vaghe Stelle Shares Experimental ‘Tempo’

Torino-based producer Vaghe Stelle, a.k.a. Daniele Mana, thinks of his electronic sound collages rather intellectually. In addition to sculpting a sort-of physical soundtrack for his home city, his latest…
By: Harley Brown / June 17, 2015

KINS Go Big on ‘Little Dancer’

Almost nothing sounds small on "Little Dancer," the latest single from the Stockholm/London-based quartet KINS. The second track they've shared from their upcoming Cyclical EP, it's an almost nine-minute…
By: Tree Palmedo / June 17, 2015

Grave Babies Sound All Grown Up on New Wave-y Single ‘Something Awful’

Since the release of their last collection of sonic muck, Crusher, Seattle's Grave Babies have grown up, both in numbers and in sound. For Holographic Violence,…
By: Colin Joyce / June 17, 2015
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