New Music

Weezer Bring the Metal With ‘I Need Some Of That’

Weezer wasn't kidding when they said that their upcoming album, Van Weezer, would be heavier. Rivers Cuomo and company take things to headbanging heights with "I Need…
Katherine Turman / April 21, 2021

Josh Klinghoffer’s Pluralone to Unveil Earth Day EP

When we spoke to Josh Klinghoffer last year after he departed the Red Hot Chili Peppers, he told us he had many other individual projects…
Daniel Kohn / April 21, 2021

Dinosaur Jr. Get Animated in ‘Take it Back’ Video

Dinosaur Jr. has been in heavy promo mode lately. The band continued their streak of sharing stellar videos with the release of the animated stop-motion clip for…
Katherine Turman / April 21, 2021

Helmet Share Cover of Gang of Four’s ‘In the Ditch’

Helmet's cover of Gang of Four's "In the Ditch" is the fourth single to hail from the upcoming album The Problem of Leisure: A Celebration of…
Katherine Turman / April 21, 2021

Foo Fighters Share ‘Chasing Birds’ Animated Video for 4/20

For the stoner's holiday that is April 20, the Foo Fighters shared a trippy animated video for their tune "Chasing Birds." The clip sees Dave Grohl…
Katherine Turman / April 20, 2021

The Mountain Goats Share ‘Mobile’ Single Ahead of New Dark in Here LP

Prolific indie quartet Mountain Goats have shared the song "Mobile" — described by frontman John Darnielle as the "weathered, gnarlier cousin to 'Getting Into Knives'"
Katherine Turman / April 19, 2021

Liz Phair Unveils ‘Spanish Doors’ and Release Date of Soberish

After 11 long years, the wait is almost over for a new Liz Phair album. On June 4, Soberish will officially release on Chrysalis Records, and with…
Josh Chesler / April 14, 2021

Motörhead Share Live Version of ‘Rock It’ From Upcoming 2012 Concert LP

Motörhead's Lemmy Kilmister may have died over five years ago, but his legacy and music continue to live on. Now, a new live single, "Rock It,"
Katherine Turman / April 9, 2021

The Wallflowers Announce First Album Since 2012

In 2019, the Wallflowers experienced a mini-resurgence due to the inclusion of the band's seminal "One Headlight" in the Pete Davidson/Judd Apatow film The King of…
Daniel Kohn / April 9, 2021

AFI Release Two New Songs and Video for ‘Dulcería,’ Co-Written by Billy Corgan

Bodies might not be out for another couple of months, but that's not stopping AFI from releasing yet another pair of new songs, as they did…
Josh Chesler / April 9, 2021

Prince’s Estate Unearths Previously Unreleased 2010 Welcome 2 America LP

Since Prince's 2016 death, his estate has released a bunch of previously unreleased material from his legendary vault. Now, another one is on the way.
Katherine Turman / April 8, 2021

Darkside Share ‘The Limit’ Single From Upcoming Album Spiral

Dave Harrington and Nicolas Jaar, the two artists who make up the American rock band Darkside, have shared "The Limit," the second single to date…
Anna VanValkenburgh / April 8, 2021

The Avalanches Prep Since I Left You 20th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue

It's hard to imagine (at least for some of us) that 2001 was 20 years ago. That's good news for music fans since it means…
Daniel Kohn / April 7, 2021

Twenty One Pilots Announce New Album Scaled And Icy, Share ‘Shy Away’

Twenty One Pilots have been quiet for the better part of the past few years, with the release of the pandemic-inspired "Level of Concern" and their…
Daniel Kohn / April 7, 2021

Radiohead Guitarist Ed O’Brien Remixes Paul McCartney’s ‘Slidin’’

The latest reimagining of a Paul McCartney tune comes courtesy of Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien, who shared his remix of  "Slidin.'" It will appear on the…
Katherine Turman / April 7, 2021
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