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Video: Ivan Dorn – “Afrika”

Ivan Dorn, a Russian-born, Ukranian-based polymath, has spent the last few years trying to break out of his Eastern European confines. With successful stints as…
Dale Eisinger / April 6, 2018

Video: LEYA – “Sister”

The Brooklyn-based experimental duo LEYA--made up of violinist Adam Markiewicz, of The Dreebs, and harpist Marilu Donovan, who often performs with Eartheater and GABI--twists classical instrumentation…
Dale Eisinger / April 6, 2018

Report: Three Hit With Drug Charges After Search of Migos Tour Bus

Rain drop, charges dropped (pending supervisory release and completion of bail terms). Thursday night, after a performance in Boone, North Carolina, police say they…
Dale Eisinger / April 6, 2018

Stream Shadow on Everything, the New Album From New York Noise Rock Trio Bambara

Somewhere between their move from swampy Georgia, to the paved-over paradise of New York City, the noise-rock trio Bambara found a fascinating through line from…
Dale Eisinger / April 6, 2018

Cecil Taylor, Trailblazing Jazz Pianist, Dead At 89

Cecil Taylor, a towering figure of free jazz and the avant-garde, died yesterday at the age of 89 in his Fort Greene, Brooklyn home, NPR…
Dale Eisinger / April 6, 2018

Stream Cardi B’s Debut LP Invasion of Privacy

After dominating pretty much all of last year with her smash single "Bodak Yellow," Bronx breakout rapper Cardi B finally gives us the complete package:…
Dale Eisinger / April 6, 2018

I’d Pay…One Million Dollars to Unsee Mike Myers Reviving Dr. Evil as a Trump Staffer on Fallon

I must admit, Dr. Evil made a great super villain. At a point before true "evil" elbowed its way shamelessly to the forefront of American politics,…
Dale Eisinger / April 5, 2018

The Get Up Kids Announce Tour and Kicker EP, Release “Maybe”

"Maybe you should say," sings The Get Up Kids frontman Matt Pryor, on the band's new single, "after all that we've been through/that there's still…
Dale Eisinger / April 5, 2018

Video: SOPHIE – “Faceshopping”

Producer SOPHIE isn't much for subtlety. In the past few months, she's released three powerful, unique singles: the comforting "It's Okay to Cry," the demented R&B of "Ponyboy," and…
Dale Eisinger / April 4, 2018

Video: Future and Young Thug – “Group Home”

Last October saw the unification of two of the biggest stars in the trap, Future and Young Thug, when they released the collaboration mixtape Super Slimey. It…
Dale Eisinger / April 4, 2018

Joan of Arc Announce New Album, Releases First Single “Truck”

After more than 20 years of wonked-out, impressionistic indie, Joan of Arc today announced a new LP, titled 1984. A press release calls this the "hundredth…
Dale Eisinger / April 4, 2018

The The Announces First North American Shows in 18 Years, Writing New Album

Iconic British post-punk band The The today announced a return to North American stages. The band, helmed by Matt Johnson since 1979, hasn't performed stateside…
Dale Eisinger / April 3, 2018

John Maus – “Episode”

One of few clear spots in the absolute shitstain of 2017 was the unexpected return of avant-pop pontificator John Maus. He spent a couple years…
Dale Eisinger / April 3, 2018

Video: Alex Cameron – “Studmuffin96″

Alex Cameron, the soft-rock king of scumbag soliloquy, has released a new video for "Studmuffin96," off his criminally overlooked 2017 release Forced Witness. Jemima Kirke directed and…
Dale Eisinger / April 3, 2018

Judge Rules CMJ Owner Must Pay Over $500k to Former Employees

A Manhattan federal judge ruled Friday that Adam Klein, the owner of CMJ, the once-renowned music publication and events organizer, must pay upwards of $500,000…
Dale Eisinger / March 30, 2018

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