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Ariana Grande – “No Tears Left to Cry”: Video

Ariana Grande just released a video for "No Tears Left to Cry," her first new music since 2016's Dangerous Woman, and since the bombing at her concert in…
Andy Cush / April 20, 2018

Sleep Are Returning on 4/20 With Their First New Album in Nearly Two Decades

Tomorrow is 4/20, and if you didn't have plans already, now you do: According to Pitchfork, stoner metal overlords Sleep have announced a new album called The…
Andy Cush / April 19, 2018

Michael Beharie & Teddy Rankin-Parker – “Roses”

Between them, multi-instrumentalist Michael Beharie and cellist Teddy Rankin-Parker have collaborated with multiple generations of bleeding-edge and pioneering musicians, including Steve Reich, Laurel Halo, Zs, Greg…
Andy Cush / April 19, 2018

Prosecutors File No Charges in Prince’s Death, Have No Idea Who Gave Him Deadly Fake Vicodin

A Minnesota prosecutor announced today that a two-year investigation into the death of Prince has been closed, and that no criminal charges will be filed.
Andy Cush / April 19, 2018

Hear Liz Phair’s Wild Original Demo for an Exile in Guyville Classic

Before her classic 1993 debut album Exile in Guyville, Liz Phair recorded three lo-fi songwriter cassettes under the name "Girly-Sound." Many of those songs landed in cleaned up and…
Andy Cush / April 19, 2018

Courtney Barnett – “City Looks Pretty”

"The city takes pity on your injured soul / And heavenly prose ain't enough good to fill that hole," Courtney Barnett sings at one point…
Andy Cush / April 19, 2018

Forest Swords – “Crow”

The next installment in the long-running DJ-Kicks series of mixes belongs to Matthew Barnes, the producer of nocturnal dub-inflected soundscapes better known as Forest Swords. Barnes's…
Andy Cush / April 18, 2018

Iceage – “The Day the Music Dies”

The Danish punks of Iceage have released three very good singles in advance of their fourth album Beyondless, and today they have another. "The Day the Music…
Andy Cush / April 18, 2018

Watch Courtney Love Cover the Velvet Underground’s “I’m Waiting for the Man”

Courtney Love was one of many performers at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles Monday night who congregated there for a benefit concert. The concert,…
Andy Cush / April 18, 2018

Hear Unreleased Ambient Music by Late Women Guitarist Chris Reimer

The late Chris Reimer was guitarist of the beloved Canadian post-punk band Women and a touring member of the Dodos, contributing to a small but…
Andy Cush / April 17, 2018

Lauryn Hill Announces Miseducation 20th Anniversary Tour

Lauryn Hill has announced a tour to commemorate the 20th anniversary of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, during which she will perform her classic 1998 solo debut…
Andy Cush / April 17, 2018

Torres Says She Was Dropped By 4AD For “Not Being Commercially Successful Enough”

Mackenzie Scott, the Brooklyn-based artist who releases music as Torres, wrote on Twitter yesterday that she was dropped from her label 4AD "for not being commercially successful enough." "I…
Andy Cush / April 17, 2018

The Staind Guy Called Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland a “Bougie Motherfucker”

The members of Limp Bizkit have been called many names since emerging from the primordial ooze 20 years ago, but I think it's safe to…
Andy Cush / April 17, 2018

Kendrick Lamar Is the First Rapper Ever to Win the Pulitzer for Music

Each year, alongside its better-known awards for things like fiction and news reporting, the Pulitzer Prize committee also recognizes a work of music. The music Pulitzer…
Andy Cush / April 16, 2018

Vince Staples Calls R. Kelly a “Child Molester” in Coachella Interview

Vince Staples was one of many performers at Coachella this weekend, and after his set, he had a typically off-the-rails conversation to Nadeska Alexis of Everyday Struggle, who was…
Andy Cush / April 16, 2018

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