New Music

Nude Beach Bare Details of Upcoming Double Album ’77’

Nude Beach will return just as summer comes to an end. The garage-pop enthusiasts have announced that their sophomore album, 77, will arrive on October 21.
By: Isabel Imperatore / July 22, 2014

Stream Valentino Khan’s Amped OWSLA EP ‘In We Khan Trust’

Valentino Khan is one of those behind-the-scenes forces whose touch you've undoubtedly felt, even if you hadn't yet come across his name The Los Angele…
By: Chris Martins / July 22, 2014

Hear Christopher Denny Triumph Over His Past in ‘Watch Me Shine’

It's been nearly seven years since Little Rock native Christopher Denny released his debut album, Age Old Hunger. In that span of time, the heart-on-the-sleeve country…
By: Killian Young / July 22, 2014

Hear the Unicorns Cover Daniel Johnston’s ‘Rocketship’ in Lovely Weirdness

Eerily, the Unicorns predicted their return the last time we heard from them, via The Unicorns: 2014. That 2004 EP was the beloved odd-pop band'…
By: Chris Martins / July 21, 2014

The Weeknd Promises More Lechery on ‘King of the Fall’

The Weeknd is set to bring his raunchy alt R&B to hazy locales all across the continent this autumn, and in celebration he's released a…
By: Colin Joyce / July 21, 2014

Slow Magic Enchants With Ethereal Dance Ballad ‘Hold Still’

In an effort to cloak his sound behind some mystery, Slow Magic always performs wearing a colorful animal mask of vague identity, and has never…
By: Shannen Gaffney / July 21, 2014

Hear Tuatara’s Hypnotic ‘Snakecharmer,’ Featuring Members of Pearl Jam, R.E.M.

To look at the photo above, you'd assume the four fellas of Tuatara to be sensitive about their identities, but the mystery is in the…
By: Chris Martins / July 21, 2014

Hear Sleep’s Monolithic, Weedy First Song in Two Decades ‘The Clarity’

The legendary doom-metal trio Sleep started their return from their two-decade slumber with a string of live dates in 2009, but Friday afternoon guitarist Matt…
By: Colin Joyce / July 20, 2014

Hear Stardeath and White Dwarfs’ Beautiful and Freaky ‘Luminous Veil’

"Luminous Veil" opens with an apology, but really it's Stardeath and White Dwarfs who deserve the mea culpa. The Norman, Oklahoma psych quartet have bee…
By: Chris Martins / July 18, 2014

Hear Deebs’ Gutted, Spaced-Out Remix of Future’s ‘I Won’

Earlier this month we heard Wertheimer's full-tilt deranged remix of Future's "Move That Dope." Now, we inadvertently further the series with Deebs' extensive remodeling of…
By: Chris Martins / July 18, 2014
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