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Daniel Johnston Dead at 58

Daniel Johnston died at 58 years old on Tuesday night, the Austin Chronicle is reporting and Spin can confirm. The Austin-based musician attracted a small but devoted following for his simple, emotionally…
Andy Cush / September 11, 2019

Jacques Greene Announces New Album Dawn Chorus, Releases “Do It Without You”

Jacques Greene, reliable purveyor of neon-glowing R&B-inflected dance music, has announced a new album entitled Dawn Chorus. It will be released October 18 via LuckyMe, and bears no apparent…
Andy Cush / September 11, 2019

Black Midi Hid a Previously Unreleased Song From Schlagenheim on YouTube

Black Midi, as is their wont, have devised a shadowy and perhaps more-complicated-than-necessary way of sharing a bit of new music with the public. For…
Andy Cush / September 6, 2019

A$AP Rocky’s Swedish Lawyer Shot in Stockholm

Henrik Olsson Lilja, a high-profile Swedish lawyer who represented A$AP Rocky in the rapper's recent assault case, was shot in the head and chest while…
Andy Cush / September 6, 2019

Watch Pixies Play “Catfish Kate” on Colbert

Pixies are soldiering on in their Kim Deal-less post-reunion configuration, with a new album called Beneath the Eyrie coming soon and a European tour kicking off the same day.
Andy Cush / September 5, 2019

Neil Young Details New Crazy Horse Album, Releases “Milky Way”

Earlier in August, Neil Young announced the impending release of COLORADO with Crazy Horse, the scrappy electric band that has helped him make some of his rawest…
Andy Cush / August 30, 2019

Pinegrove Return With “Moment,” Sign to Rough Trade

Pinegrove have released a new song called "Moment," the New Jersey band's first music since their self-released third album Skylight last year. There's no word yet of…
Andy Cush / August 28, 2019

Young Thug Tainted a Perfectly Good So Much Fun Song With a New Machine Gun Kelly Verse

At some point in the last day or so, Young Thug's pretty good new album So Much Fun changed, subtly but undeniably. The third track, "Ecstasy," a shitkicking…
Andy Cush / August 21, 2019

Young Thug at His Slickest Is Still Wilder Than Anyone Else

About halfway through Young Thug’s So Much Fun—the release that is being billed, somewhat arbitrarily, as his debut album—comes a song titled "What’s the Move."
Andy Cush / August 21, 2019

Previously Unheard John Coltrane Album ‘Blue World’ to Be Released

John Coltrane's longtime label Impulse! Records will release a previously unheard collection of recordings that the legendary saxophonist made with his classic quartet in 1964,…
Andy Cush / August 16, 2019

Dead & Company Announce Fall 2019 Shows

The Dead & Company train keeps rolling. The post-Grateful Dead band—featuring John Mayer on lead guitar alongside original members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey…
Andy Cush / August 15, 2019

Justin Vernon Can’t Hang With Kanye, Can Hang With John Mayer, Wants to Dose Trump With MDMA

Bon Iver is the subject of an excellent new Pitchfork cover story, which opens on a scene of Justin Vernon lighting a blunt while charging his…
Andy Cush / August 14, 2019

Tool’s “Fear Inoculum” Is the First 10-Minute Song Ever to Break the Billboard Hot 100

Last week, Tool released "Fear Inoculum," their first new studio recording in 13 years. Because this is Tool we're talking about, it's a 10-minute-22-second prog-metal…
Andy Cush / August 13, 2019

Art Alexakis of Everclear Announces Debut Solo Album Sun Songs

Art Alexakis, frontman and songwriter of '90s pop-rockers Everclear, has announced a new album called Sun Songs, his first record released outside the banner of his longtime band.
Andy Cush / August 12, 2019

The Beatles’ Abbey Road Gets Box Set Reissue, Hear Alternate Versions of “Something”

The Beatles' 1969 album Abbey Road—the final album the band recorded together and penultimate album they released—will be reissued as a deluxe box set in commemoration…
Andy Cush / August 8, 2019

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