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IAN SWEET’s Self-Probing Indie Rock Is Totally Crushing

“Spit,” the latest single from the project’s upcoming album ‘Crush Crusher,’ is a heavy, gnarled exploration of self-sabotaging relationships.
Colin Joyce
3 days ago
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Tentenko Is Japanese Pop Music's Greatest Weirdo

The ex-idol's first solo release outside of Japan, which you can listen to right now, is catchy, blissful, and brilliantly inventive.
Alex Robert Ross
3 days ago
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Provocateur Hubert Lenoir Burns Down His Past

Quebec’s rising glam star talks about rebirth, controversy, and shares the rebellious music video for "Tôn hotel," the highlight of his debut album 'Darlène.'
Jill Krajewski
9.14.18
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Elle's 'She' Is an Emotionally Exhausting Burst of Post-Hardcore

Featuring members of Loma Prieta and Beau Navire, the West Coast screamo band gets introspective on their second album. Listen early here.
Dan Ozzi
9.14.18
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Peer Into Prince's Genius With "Why The Butterflies," an Unheard Early Demo

We're premiering the new single from the posthumous 'Piano and a Microphone 1983,' out on September 21.
Alex Robert Ross
9.14.18
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The 'Aints! Are Reviving All The Hits That The Saints Never Recorded

Ed Kuepper is bringing all his written but unrecorded Saints material back to the spotlight with his new band The 'Aints! Listen to "Red Aces" now and read our interview with the Oz punk legend.
Shaad D’Souza
9.13.18
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Imagine If Michael Scott Took Some Acid

Watch the premiere of JJUUJJUU's new video for "Zionic Mud," and don't miss the LA psych rockers and Desert Daze founders on tour with Primus and Lumerians this fall and winter.
Andrea Domanick
9.13.18
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From Ex-Members of Reversal of Man and Early Grace Comes Horsewhip

Listen to the snotty Florida hardcore band's debut EP.
Dan Ozzi
9.12.18
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Maarja Nuut & Ruum’s Experimental Pop Exists Between Ancient and Modern

‘Muunduja’ – the duo’s new album – as well as its leadoff track “Haned kadunud” embrace in-betweenness, evoking both wake and sleep, organic embraces and cold steel, here and hereafter.
Colin Joyce
9.10.18
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Ellis Hits the Self-Destruct Button On The Woeful “What a Mess”

In her first interview, the Hamilton, ON indie dream pop singer talks about moving away from Toronto and the serious pursuit of being a singer-songwriter.
Sarah MacDonald
9.7.18
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Banoffee’s New Single “Muscle Memory” Doesn’t Pull Punches

We're premiering the LA-based, Melbourne-born artist's first new track in a year, a dark, sleek and physical return to the spotlight.
Shaad D’Souza
9.6.18
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Mark Kozelek Tells a Weird Story on Donny McCaslin's Sharp New Single

The latest single from Grammy-nominated jazz saxophonist McCaslin, who led the band on David Bowie's 'Blackstar,' is a surprisingly seamless collaboration with a monologuing Kozelek.
Alex Robert Ross
9.6.18