Listen To "A Little Death," the Neighbourhood's Slinky New Banger
The Neighbourhood just sent us the new single off their upcoming Thank You, seven-inch, out in January of 2013. For all you copyeditors out there, that's not a comma splice, the record has a comma after its title. The track is called "A Little Death," and if you can't tell from the title, it's about doing the horizontal mambo and superglue. Or more specifically, the short period of melancholy that follows the loss of our precious bodily fluids.
This Californian quintet is used to putting out baby-making music. In fact, most of their songs have that slinky, moody R&B vibe perfect for nights and weekends. And most importantly, unlike most nerds in the indie rock sandbox, these guys aren't afraid to groove, baby.
The video for this little gem will be out later this month. Starting tomorrow, December 18th, you can pre-order the Thank You 7" (or act like a millennial and snag the digital download) right here. It'll be on iTunes tomorrow too.
Todd Terje's "Leisure Suit Preben" Video Pays Tribute to Porny Video Games and It's Great
It's rare these days that a music video thoroughly captures the aesthetic of a musician while indulging the quirk necessary for potential virality or meme-fication.
I Was in a Coma and Now I'm a DJ
Meet DJ Disable.
420 Songs About Weed
Where in the World Can Migos Meet the Plug?
Including a womb, on the back of a dolphin in the middle of the ocean, and the set of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III'.
We Interviewed Ron Jeremy About His Perfect, Piano-Playing Penis
Ron Jeremy made a seven-inch about appreciating classical music where he plays "1812 Overture" with his schlong.
Chiraq Versus the World
Tragedy at home is familiar, and thus easier to ignore.
The Hottest Alt-Bros at Coachella
"Wait, is your cum gluten-free?"
A Canadian in Tokyo Made a Song Out of Japanese Suicide Statistics
"What if we lived in a society where all historical records were converted into a type of music and people in school would sit around and listen to it?"
Pharoahe Monch: Stress Raps
One of the greatest technical rappers of all time speaks out about the record industry, the state of American healthcare, and that one time he ghostwrote for Diddy.
We Crashed Your Coachella Party
Life hack: You don’t actually have to go to Coachella to go to Coachella.