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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
4.26.18
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Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Superorganism’s NPR Tiny Desk Concert Is So Fucking Cool

Inflatable whales hanging from the ceiling tell you all you need to know, as Orono Noguchi and co. play tracks from their inventive debut album.
Lauren O'Neill
4.25.18
important journalism
important journalism

A Deep Read of Franz Ferdinand Covering Drake’s "Passionfruit"

Or: a review you didn't ask for of a thing you didn't ask for.
Lauren O'Neill
4.24.18
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New music

Forth Wanderers' Sub Pop Debut Is Damn Good, and You Can Stream It Now

The New Jersey five-piece's Sub Pop debut rules. Listen to it now so your friends will think you're cool.
Alex Robert Ross
4.24.18
Holy Shit
Holy Shit

Florence + the Machine Return, Quietly, with "Sky Full of Song"

Florence Welch's first single and video since 2016 is something a bit more muted, but still rapturous in its own way.
Phil Witmer
4.13.18
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Premieres

Holy Cow, Holy Fuck's Side Project Dusted Rules

Listen to the premiere of "Dead Eyes" from Brian Borcherdt's solo project, which returns with a new album April 6.
Andrea Domanick
4.4.18
New music
New music

Stream Hop Along's 'Bark Your Head Off, Dog' (Finally)

The Philly-based indie rock band's follow-up to 2015's 'Painted Shut' is an ambitious and intricate record that will, for good reason, end up on every end-of-year list.
Alex Robert Ross
4.3.18
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New music

Jaunt's "Faster Interactions" Pioneers Hallucinogenic Yacht-Folk

Toronto's premier weirdo rockers release a video and song that are as smooth as they are completely out there.
Phil Witmer
3.23.18
Noisey Hitlist
Noisey Hitlist

Night Flowers Will Embrace You with Their Wholesome Guitar Pop

Get to know the Hull-via-London band with their optimistic new track "Hey Love."
Lauren O'Neill
3.20.18
Noisey News
Noisey News

Sigur Rós Reportedly Investigated For Tax Evasion, Then Cleared

The Icelandic post-rockers said in a statement that they had £5.7 million worth of assets frozen thanks to an accounting error.
Phil Witmer
3.19.18
On The Road with...
On The Road with...

On the Road with Shame, One Tasteless Live Show at a Time

We hit the road with the South London misfits as they embark on wrecking America's stages.
Eve Barlow
3.9.18
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Premieres

With "Nevermine," Forth Wanderers Set the Bar for Indie Rock in 2018

The latest single from the New Jersey band's forthcoming Sub Pop debut is winding, restless, and effortlessly self-confident.
Alex Robert Ross
3.9.18