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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Diagnosed With Leukemia

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, of industrial rock outfits Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV, has been diagnosed with chronic myelomonocytic leukemia. In a Facebook post, the English musician said her treatments will begin October…
Liz Cantrell / October 20, 2017

Watch the Oddly Satisfying Slime Video for Beck’s “Colors”

Beck has fully embraced the more niche ends of internet culture with the slime-centric video for "Colors" off his latest album of the same name. Slime YouTube…
Monique Melendez / October 13, 2017

Fleet Foxes Announce The Electric Lady Session Live EP

Fleet Foxes have announced a new vinyl EP featuring live recordings of four songs from their recent album Crack-Up. The Electric Lady Session was recorded at the famed…
Anna Gaca / October 10, 2017

Here’s Everything We Know About Pink’s New Album Beautiful Trauma

In an ever-changing landscape of pop music that can be especially unkind to women, Pink has survived Gloria Gaynor-style. Seventeen years after her first Hot 100 hit, Pink…
Monique Melendez / October 5, 2017

Watch Father John Misty Cover Tom Petty’s “To Find a Friend”

Father John Misty has signed his name in the Tom Petty memorial cover song book. At the Orpheum Theater in Phoenix, Arizona last night, Misty played an…
Anna Gaca / October 5, 2017

Stream Robert Plant’s New Album Carry Fire

Robert Plant, scraggly-hair icon and eardrum-busting Led Zeppelin frontman, is back with his latest solo effort Carry Fire. Earlier this fall, he debuted the singles "The May…
Liz Cantrell / October 5, 2017

Tom Petty by the Numbers: A “Breakdown” of 40 Years of Hits

Tom Petty made his Billboard chart debut in September 1977, alongside his backing band The Heartbreakers, when their self-titled first album opened at No. 190 on the Billboard 200. The debut launched…
Xander Zellner, Billboard / October 3, 2017

Kendrick Lamar Announces European Tour with James Blake

Kendrick Lamar has announced a European leg of his tour in support of 2017's DAMN, featuring support from James Blake. Kendrick has been promoting the album nonstop…
Arielle Gordon / October 2, 2017

Las Vegas Shooting: Sia, Chance The Rapper, Questlove and More Share Thoughts

After the deadly mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada that killed at least 50 people and injured at least…
Arielle Gordon / October 2, 2017

Watch St. Vincent Join Fiona Apple at Trans-Pecos Festival

Fiona Apple performed at the Trans-Pecos Festival in Marfa, Texas yesterday (September 30), and St. Vincent decided to join her. They teamed up to play…
Peter Helman, Stereogum / October 2, 2017

Hit Songwriter Starrah’s New EP With Diplo Is an Addictive Little World Unto Itself

The move from pop songwriter to pop star can be a tricky one. For every Julia Michaels—currently one of pop's most in-demand songwriters, who scored…
Jordan Sargent / September 28, 2017

Laura Jane Grace – “The Best Ever Death Metal Band In Denton” (The Mountain Goats Cover)

If you, like novelist Joseph Fink, can unironically claim, "I Only Listen To The Mountain Goats," then you'll want to tune into his podcast of the…
Liz Cantrell / September 28, 2017

Stream Wolf Parade’s Cry Cry Cry

It's been seven years since Montreal indie icons Wolf Parade called it quits after the release of their third album, Expo 86. The group didn't exactly stick to their planned…
Liz Cantrell / September 28, 2017

Stream The Weather Station’s New Self-Titled Album Now

Toronto-dwelling singer-songwriter Tamara Lindeman records as The Weather Station, and has been making quietly beautiful and insightful folk-pop albums and EPs since last decade. Her…
Winston Cook-Wilson / September 28, 2017

Bob Seger – “Busload of Faith” (Lou Reed Cover)

Rock god Bob Seger will release a new album, I Knew You When, in November. Today, he released the first track. It's a take on Lou…
Dale Eisinger / September 22, 2017
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