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Review: Lee Ranaldo’s Electric Trim Is Strange, Sprawling, and Occasionally Compelling

"Circular (Right as Rain)," the first single from Lee Ranaldo’s new album Electric Trim, was the platonic ideal of a solo song from a…
Andy Cush / September 15, 2017

Some Phish Fan Is Selling “Baker’s Dozen” Donuts Preserved in Plastic for $500 Each

This summer, Phish staged an unprecedented 13-night run at Madison Square Garden, peppering each set with extended improvisations, rarely performed songs, and one-off covers of bands…
Andy Cush / September 15, 2017

Hear Jlin’s New Remix of Ben Frost’s “Ionia”

Today, Ben Frost releases the physical version of his new single "Ionia," which comes backed by a reworking by Jlin. While both artists use electronics…
Andy Cush / September 15, 2017

Kid of Kid ‘n Play Apologizes for His Role in Bizarre Colin Kaepernick Impersonation

Christopher Reid--also known as Kid, one half of the bygone party-rap duo Kid 'n Play--has apologized for his impersonation of NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick in…
Andy Cush / September 15, 2017

Kelly Clarkson Says She Refused a Writing Credit Because She Didn’t Want Her Name Next to Dr. Luke’s

Though her conflicts with Dr. Luke have not made headlines in quite the same way that Kesha's have, Kelly Clarkson has well-documented tensions with the…
Andy Cush / September 15, 2017

Hear New Songs by Flaming Lips, T.I., and More on SpongeBob SquarePants Musical Soundtrack

A musical adaptation of SpongeBob SquarePants begins previews on Broadway in November, and today, NPR has a stream of the soundtrack album by the cast. Rather than…
Andy Cush / September 15, 2017

Burial’s “Rodent” Is a Compelling Return to the Dancefloor

The crackling atmosphere of Burial's tracks conjures cities in slow decay; the twitchy drums and disembodied voices capture the anxious motion of their nocturnal residents, racing…
Andy Cush / September 14, 2017

Burial – “Rodent”

Today, Burial continues his slow trickle of one-off tracks with "Rodent," a new single for Hyperdub.  The single, which is streaming today and will be available…
Andy Cush / September 14, 2017

Billie Joe Armstrong, Craig Finn, Ryan Adams and More Pay Tribute to Grant Hart of Hüsker Dü

Following today's news of the death of Grant Hart at age 56, a number of Hart's contemporaries and artistic descendants have shared tributes to the late former…
Andy Cush / September 14, 2017

Video: Broken Social Scene – “Skyline”

Broken Social Scene have released the video for "Skyline," the fourth track from their quite good 2017 album Hug of Thunder. The loony clip, directed by BSS's Kevin…
Andy Cush / September 14, 2017

“The Band Was our Life”: Hüsker Dü’s Bob Mould Pens Poignant Tribute to Grant Hart

Grant Hart--drummer and frequent singer/songwriter for Minnesota punk rock greats Hüsker Dü--died this week of undisclosed causes, at 56 years old. Bob Mould, Hüsker Dü's guitarist and…
Andy Cush / September 14, 2017

Ringo Starr Says He Would Have Voted for Brexit

Ringo Starr, who apparently did not cast a vote on the British referendum to withdraw from the European Union, said in a new BBC interview…
Andy Cush / September 13, 2017

Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Sleeping Vice Correspondent

GQ has a charming new profile of Harrison Ford, much of which focuses on that 75-year-old actor's reluctance to answer direct questions about himself and his…
Andy Cush / September 13, 2017

Wavves – “The Lung”

Months after the release of their new album You're Welcome, Wavves have returned with a one-off song called "The Lung" for the Adult Swim Singles series. Wispy…
Andy Cush / September 13, 2017

Dan Deacon’s Rat Film Original Score to Be Released Next Month

Dan Deacon composed the original score for Rat Film, an upcoming movie about the titular rodents in his home city of Baltimore, and he'll be releasing the music…
Andy Cush / September 13, 2017

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