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Lionlimb's 'Tape Recorder' Is a Good-Ass Minimalist Album for Introspection and Shit

The six-song sophomore project from Angel Olsen collaborators Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger is a harrowing listen. Stream it now via Bayonet Records.
Chloe Campion
3 days ago
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Detroit's Bonny Doon Knows No One Knows Shit in Their 20s

Listen to the Detroit band’s "A Lotta Things," a confident song about feeling adrift, and read co-frontman Bill Lennox talk on the new LP 'Longwave.'
Josh Terry
2.15.18
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Is Ready to Fucking Shred

We sat down with the lo-fi bandleader to talk riffs, Slipknot and the double bind of being a woman guitarist.
Lauren O'Neill
1.23.18
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New music

Hop Along Announce a Third Album, and Share Honest New Single "How Simple"

It's the first new track from the upcoming 'Bark Your Head Off, Dog,' due April 6 via Saddle Creek.
Lauren O'Neill
1.23.18
Noisey News
Noisey News

Pinegrove Cancels Tour Amid Accusations of "Sexual Coercion"

In a lengthy Facebook post, the band's singer Evan Stephens Hall expressed regret for his past actions.
Noisey Staff
11.22.17
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Little Coyote Wants You to Know It's OK to Be Dark in "Daylight Twilight"

The Toronto-via-Whitehorse band discusses animals, the Yukon rock scene, and arthouse cinema.
Daniel G. Wilson
11.9.17
Features
Features

John Maus at the End of the World

The Minnesota songwriter reemerges from a six-year absence to a world that looks entirely different. But has he changed along with it?
Colin Joyce
10.12.17
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Deer Tick Survives, Somehow

After a hiatus nearly broke up the band, Deer Tick’s sixth and seventh albums 'Deer Tick Vol. 1' and 'Vol. 2' find the Rhode Island roots rockers back and better than ever.
Josh Terry
9.15.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Embrace Friends and Classic Rock in Broken Social Scene's "Skyline" Video

Shouts out to the city of Toronto and the band Foreigner.
Phil Witmer
9.14.17
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Chasity Belt Heads into the American West in the Video for "Stuck"

We went to Guitar Center in Times Square to hang with the Seattle band and... uh.... play some guitar.
Larry Fitzmaurice
9.12.17
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PROFILES

Long Live The National

With the release of the band's seventh album 'Sleep Well Beast,' the indie rock stalwarts look to make their legacy a lasting one.
Allie Volpe
9.12.17
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Stream The War on Drugs' New Album Now and Go On a Road Trip in Your Mind

'A Deeper Understanding' is streaming from the band's website for 24 hours.
Phil Witmer
8.23.17