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Goosebump's "Heather's Invitation" Is Esoteric Soft Rock for the People

The Toronto art-poppers formerly known as Germaphobes return with a new album, a new lineup, and even more tricks up their sleeves.
Phil Witmer
16 minutes ago
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Jon Hopkins' "Everything Connected" Is a 10-Minute Pulsing Reflection

It's from the producer's upcoming album 'Singularity,' due next Friday May 4.
Lauren O'Neill
an hour ago
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Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Is the Guitar Hero We Deserve on "Heat Wave"

The song is taken from Snail Mail's upcoming debut full length 'Lush,' due June 8 via Matador.
Lauren O'Neill
an hour ago
Rank Your Records
Rank Your Records

Rank Your Records: Dan "Soupy" Campbell Rates The Wonder Years' Five Albums

Ahead of their new record, 'Sister Cities,' the frontman looks back at the Philadelphia pop-punk band's catalog, from their greatest achievements to their regrettable disasters.
Mischa Pearlman
an hour ago
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Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Kali Uchis Attends Her Own Funeral in the Sumptuous New Video For “Get Up”

Merging two interludes from 'Isolation,' the clip is even further proof that Uchis is here to innovate.
Lauren O'Neill
an hour ago
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Oneohtrix Point Never's New Ballad "Black Snow" Is Creepy as Fuck

The first single from 'Age Of' features ANOHNI, along with production assistance by James Blake and a typically strange video.
Phil Witmer
an hour ago
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Casper Skulls Blow Up Capitalism For Their “Caught on a Wire” Performance

The Ontario rockers sing, “I’m a button pusher in a long line of profits” during an Audiotree North session
Devin Pacholik
an hour ago
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Stephen Malkmus and Kim Gordon Have a Country-Pop Song, Y'All

"Refute," taken from Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks' new album 'Sparkle Hard,' is a twangy pop song that keeps a little jaggedness.
Alex Robert Ross
19 hours ago
Light it up
Light it up

Older People's Music-Related Memories of Being Unbelievably High

People nearing, or in, retirement used to get absolutely lit. We asked them about the times when LSD, weed, hash, and music collided.
Thomas Hobbs
19 hours ago
Metalhead
Metalhead

Let Us Rejoice in Sleep's Much Welcome Return to Stoner Metal

With 'The Sciences,' the band's first album in 15 years, the high priests of heavy metal's weed church demonstrate why they're legends.
Christopher Krovatin
19 hours ago
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Japanese Breakfast Covering the Cranberries Is Pretty Perfect

The band's extremely faithful take on the 90s classic "Dreams" is jangle-pop euphoria.
Phil Witmer
19 hours ago
At The Movies
At The Movies

‘High Fidelity’ Created a Hero for a Generation of Sociopathic “Nice Guys”

John Cusack’s Rob Gordon character became a cult hero among hopeless romantic music fanboys, but he wasn’t meant to be likable. In fact, he was a huge asshole.
Dan Ozzi
21 hours ago
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