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Iceage Are Back on Slurring, Rhythmic Form with "Catch It"

It's the first new music from Elias Rønnenfelt and co. since their 2014 album 'Plowing Into the Field of Love.'
Lauren O'Neill
2.12.18
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INTERVIEWS

A Pregnant Light's Damian Master Has No Time for False Modesty

The Colloquial Sound Recordings mastermind and dizzyingly prolific "purple metal" musician opens up about his faith, his hubris, and Iron Maiden.
Ashley Naftule
2.9.18
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Field Music Are Good, Considerate Humans on Funked Up Tune “Share A Pillow”

Sharing is caring, or something.
Sarah MacDonald
1.24.18
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You Can't Look Away from Polyplastic's "Car Accident"

The oozy, freaky visual from the LA post-punk duo does the track title justice.
Andrea Domanick
11.3.17
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Protomartyr Debut Their New Album Early, But in Jukeboxes

In the meantime, you can listen to a new song called "Don't Go to Anacita."
Phil Witmer
9.26.17
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Oh Baby! This New Song from Blackpaw Produced by Twin Shadow Will Make You Move

Listen to the premiere of "Defenseless," your new favorite jam for fall.
Andrea Domanick
9.22.17
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Omni’s New Album 'Multi-task' Is a Post-Punk Wet Dream

Stream the Atlanta trio's bouncy, experimental sophomore record out on September 22 on Trouble in Mind.
Kate Killet
9.20.17
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You Can Now Listen to Pristine Remixes of Hüsker Dü's Early Songs

Dü you want to stream the three-disc collection now? Of course you dü.
Phil Witmer
9.5.17
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15 Years After Disbanding, City of Caterpillar Release Studio Version of "Driving Spain Up a Wall"

We talk with the short-lived band about the lost track, which is out now.
Ryan Freeman
7.14.17
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Protomartyr's "A Private Understanding" Is the Sound of Confusion

Their new album and Domino Records debut 'Relatives in Descent' is out September 29.
Phil Witmer
7.10.17
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New music

Crust Supergroup Tau Cross Drop Video for "Deep State" and Reveal New Album

The time for crust is now.
Phil Witmer
5.23.17
Features
Features

Solstafir's 'Berdreyminn' Exposes the Dark Side of Utopia

Vocalist Aðalbjörn Tryggvason gets introspective about isolation, rock 'n' roll, and confronting Iceland's domestic violence problem
Alex De Moller
5.4.17