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Fever Ray Says Her New Album Was Inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger as Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin

In a delightfully candid and freewheeling interview published at Pitchfork today, Karin Dreijer (also of the Knife) discusses the multimedia artifacts that influenced the music…
Andy Cush / December 15, 2017

Eminem and Ed Sheeran’s New Song Isn’t Even Bad in an Interesting Way

An Eminem-Ed Sheeran collaboration at first seems like an intriguing prospect, if only for its potential for massive, transcendent corniness. Sheeran is a pop…
Andy Cush / December 15, 2017

Watch Black Thought’s Ridiculously Virtuosic 10-Minute Hot 97 Freestyle

Don't be fooled by his current status as the leader of the Jimmy Fallon house band or his recent acting role on The Deuce: Black Thought…
Andy Cush / December 14, 2017

Merry Christmas Everyone and Welcome to Jurassic Park

The New York Times reports this week that paleontologists inspecting a collection of amber from northern Myanmar recently found several entombed ticks, including one that they estimated to…
Andy Cush / December 14, 2017

Ultra Rare Vinyl Copies of Prince’s Black Album to Be Sold for $15,000 Each

Prince's The Black Album is legendary among fans and record collectors: recorded in 1986 and '87 as the followup to his classic double album Sign o' the Times, it…
Andy Cush / December 13, 2017

Watch Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile’s NPR Tiny Desk Concert

Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile are the latest guests on NPR's series of intimate Tiny Desk Concerts, where they performed four songs from their breezy…
Andy Cush / December 8, 2017

The Neil Young Archives Contain Some of History’s Greatest Rock Music, If You Can Find It

The Neil Young Archives, a digital library released last week purporting to contain everything the legendary songwriter and guitarist ever recorded and released, is a…
Andy Cush / December 7, 2017

Palm – “Dog Milk”

Philly math-pop wizards Palm just released a new song called "Dog Milk," the second single from their forthcoming album Rock Island. "Dog Milk" adorns Palm's loopy and stuttering rhythms…
Andy Cush / November 28, 2017

Post Malone Has a Huge Arsenal of Guns and Maybe Thinks the End Times Are Coming

Rolling Stone has a revealing profile of Post Malone, in which the "Rock Star" discusses his love of Masterpiece Theater, speaks thoughtfully about the current political crisis in…
Andy Cush / November 17, 2017

Watch Dead & Company Play “Jack Straw” on Colbert

Dead & Company started their 2017 fall tour in New York City this week, and between proper shows, they're doing a two-night stand on The Late…
Andy Cush / November 17, 2017

If Anyone Knows Banksy, Tell Him Ja Rule Is Looking For Him

If anyone happens to know Banksy, please take a moment to let him know that Ja Rule is looking for him. The rapper-turned-disastrous-festival-founder made a request for…
Andy Cush / November 16, 2017

Fleetwood Mac to Reissue 1975 Self-Titled Album With Unreleased Music

Following deluxe editions of Tusk and Tango in the Night, Fleetwood Mac is now reissuing their classic 1975 self-titled record--that is, the first album featuring the band's iconic Buckingham-Nicks lineup, not…
Andy Cush / November 16, 2017

Review: James Holden’s The Animal Spirits Is an Ecstatic Fusion of the Electronic and Acoustic

"Incantation for Inanimate Object" is the name of the opening track on The Animal Spirits, the latest album by James Holden. The track title doubles…
Andy Cush / November 13, 2017

London Mayor to Do Away With Concert Form Grime Artists Called Racist

The London government announced today that it will do away with a controversial form that asked venues and concert promoters to turn over information like…
Andy Cush / November 10, 2017

Review: Gunn-Truscinski Duo’s Bay Head Is a Captivating Testament to Their Musical Kinship

Steve Gunn is a journeyman of folk, rock, and experimental music. Over the last decade and change, he has released quietly contemplative albums as…
Andy Cush / November 8, 2017

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