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Phish’s Incredible Hoax About a Fake Scandinavian Band Stretches Across the Internet

Kasvot Växt are about as obscure as a band can get. The Scandinavian prog rockers' legendary lone album í rokk was released in the early '80s "on…
Andy Cush / November 1, 2018

Skrillex Teases New XXXTentacion Song With Lil Pump and Swae Lee

Multiple artists have teased a forthcoming song on social media that seems to feature a posthumous appearance from the late XXXTentacion, apparently to be released Thursday,…
Andy Cush / October 24, 2018

Steve Gunn Announces New Solo Album The Unseen in Between, Releases “New Moon”

Steve Gunn's career has run on parallel tracks in recent years. On one side, he is a stalwart of the psychedelic underground, a guitarist who…
Andy Cush / October 24, 2018

You’ll Never Guess What Bob Dylan’s New Lyric Drawings Look Like

Mondo Scripto, an exhibition currently running at London's Halcyon Gallery, features a new series of drawings by Bob Dylan. The show is being billed as "the first…
Andy Cush / October 23, 2018

Neil Young to Release 1976 Live Acoustic Album Songs for Judy

There's already been an insane wealth of Neil Young archival material released this year, and there's more coming. Today, the veteran songwriter/guitarist announced Songs for Judy, a collection…
Andy Cush / October 19, 2018

Jacques Greene – “Avatar Beach”

Montreal-based producer/DJ Jacques Greene has released a silky new cut called "Avatar Beach" in advance of Fever Focus, a forthcoming six-track EP. "Avatar Beach" is warm, gauzy, and firmly…
Andy Cush / October 18, 2018

Ohmme’s Idiosyncratic Art Rock Deserves to Be Bigger

If you know one thing about Ohmme, it probably has to do with their list of past and present collaborators. Singer-guitarists…
Andy Cush / October 16, 2018

Hear Two New Neneh Cherry Songs Produced by Four Tet

Future-soul shapeshifter Neneh Cherry has released two new songs in the last 24 hours. The first, "Natural Skin Deep," arrived via the Adult Swim Singles…
Andy Cush / October 16, 2018

Luca Guadagnino Is Apparently Making Bob Dylan’s Blood on the Tracks Into a Movie

A recent issue of the New Yorker features a profile of the Italian director Luca Guadagnino, which focuses mostly on his acclaimed 2017 film Call Me by Your…
Andy Cush / October 15, 2018

The “iPlane One” Kanye Showed Trump Is Someone Else’s Design Thesis

Kanye West visited the Oval Office yesterday, where he regaled Donald Trump with praise, talked a lot about his MAGA hat and a little bit…
Andy Cush / October 12, 2018

Did Lindsey Buckingham Take Fleetwood Mac’s Getty Images Password With Him?

Fleetwood Mac are currently touring the country without Lindsey Buckingham, the guitarist whose entry to the band in the mid-'70s (along with Stevie Nicks) inaugurated…
Andy Cush / October 9, 2018

Chris Cornell Memorial Statue Unveiled in Seattle

A new life-sized bronze statue memorializing Chris Cornell has been unveiled in his Seattle hometown. The statue, created by artist Nick Marra, is now on display at…
Andy Cush / October 8, 2018

Is Justin Bieber’s Solo Trip to Disney California Adventure Cool or Sad?

Our king Justin Bieber spent yesterday at Disney's California Adventure theme park by himself, "seeking thrills and drinking brews," in the estimable prose of of celebrity…
Andy Cush / October 5, 2018

See Beak>’s New Video by Annihilation Director Alex Garland

Geoff Barrow of Beak> and director Alex Garland have a fruitful working relationship. With his composing partner Ben Salisbury, Barrow (who is also in Portishead)…
Andy Cush / October 4, 2018

Foo Fighters Could Be Staging a Nirvana Reunion at Cal Jam

To the extent that a Nirvana reunion is possible in 2018, it seems like the Foo Fighters might be planning one for Cal Jam, their…
Andy Cush / October 4, 2018

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