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New Music: Parlor Walls – “Birthday”

After two EPs and a few years of electric live shows, Opposites is the forthcoming full-length debut from the Brooklyn art-punk trio Parlor Walls (perhaps known to…
Andy Cush / February 8, 2017

New Music: Red Baraat – “Bhangale” (ft. Delicate Steve)

"Bhangale," the new single from Brooklyn eight-piece Red Baraat, fuzes jazz, go-go, North Indian bhangra, and Sri Lankan-inspired drumming into a knitted blend of polyrhythmic panache. Meanwhile,…
Rob Arcand / February 6, 2017

New Music: Cerrone – “Move Me” Remix EP

The French disco producer Cerrone, responsible for '70s dancefloor hits "Love in C Minor" and the Moroderesque "Supernature," has been on a run recently. He's…
Andy Cush / January 19, 2017

New Music: Baked – “Stay”

"Stay," a new song from the Brooklyn indie rock quintet Baked, will appeal to fans of Crazy Horse-era Neil Young, with its high, mournful singing,…
Andy Cush / January 18, 2017

Video: Ex Reyes – “Keeping U in Line”

In the new video for Brooklyn-based psychedelic-soul band Ex Reyes' Do Something EP track "Keeping U in Line," director Asli Baykal paints a charming portrait of…
Sadie Bell / December 12, 2016

New Music: Captain Cuts – The Life of Emo

Ten years ago, pop punk was all the rage, with albums like My Chemical Romance's The Black Parade topping the charts. Though this brand of…
Sadie Bell / December 1, 2016

New Music: Tim Cohen (The Fresh & Onlys) – “John Hughes”

In addition to singing for San Francisco psych band, The Fresh & Onlys, Tim Cohen fronts Magic Trick, and cultivates his own personal material on…
Charles Innis / November 21, 2016

New Music: Night Drive – “Rise and Fall”

According to their official band bio, Rodney Connell and Brandon Duhon met after a woman they were both dating—unknown to one another—died in a car crash.
Anna Gaca / November 17, 2016

New Music: Palm Honey – “Stick The Knife In”

Psychedelic pop outfit Palm Honey has released their latest single "Stick the Knife In." The young English foursome from Reading's ethos usually relies on fuzzy guitars…
Sadie Bell / November 11, 2016

New Music: Imaginary People – “Snapshot”

New York City's Imaginary People write harrowing post-punk that's equal parts nightmarish and danceable. Last year, the quintet put out their debut album, Dead Letterbox. Their…
Charles Innis / November 10, 2016

New Music: ACES – “If I Could Be Your Girl”

With gossamer vocals backed by haunting synthesizers, Alexandra Stewart’s Brooklyn-based pop project ACES sounds like a heady trip to the moon. On their latest single "If…
Sadie Bell / November 10, 2016

New Music: oddCouple – Liberation

The next man up from Chicago's parade of burgeoning talent is Milwaukee-born producer oddCouple, whose work incorporates the Windy City's soul and jazz legacies. After…
Brian Josephs / November 10, 2016

New Music: Landing – “Complekt”

In a warm, smooth space between shoegaze and ambient music lie New Haven, Connecticut quartet Landing, longtime space-rock practitioners with nine studio albums behind them and a tenth, Complekt, just ahead.
Anna Gaca / November 7, 2016

Video: Iggy Pop on Austin City Limits – “Success”

Iggy Pop recently stopped by Austin City Limits for his first time ever for a performance of old hits and new songs from this year’s…
Sadie Bell / October 28, 2016

New Music: You Blew It – “Greenwood”

Hailing from Orlando, Florida, You Blew It marry contemporary emo, indie, and pop-punk with dark soft-shouted vocals over upbeat melodies. Gearing up for the release…
Josh Rosenberg / October 27, 2016
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