Last week, the South Korean band Say Sue Me released their sophomore album When We Were Together. The collection first caught our attention back in February with the song “Old Town” — an infectious, jangly indie track that might’ve been about the band members reckoning with their hometown of Busan, but also had a … […]

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Last month, Detroit musician Stef Chura revealed that she had recorded a handful of songs with Car Seat Headrest’s Will Toledo, after running into each other at a show, and two of them are being collected in a 7″ that’ll be release tomorrow on Record Store Day. We’ve already heard one of those, “Degrees,” … […]

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Belly have shared a new single ahead of the release of their comeback album Dove. The band is putting out a new 10″ called Feels for Record Store Day. The colored vinyl EP features two tracks from the forthcoming album, one track exclusive to this release, and a cover of “Hushabye Mountain” from the film […]

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Next week, Scarlett Johansson returns to the role of the Black Widow in the new movie Avengers: Infinity War. I can’t wait! I hope she doesn’t get killed! But before that happens, Johansson has appeared in another sequel of sorts. And this one is one that nobody saw coming. More »

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The roots of New York’s Stringer go back to December 12, 2012, to a 24-hour noise show at the beloved, now-defunct Brooklyn DIY venue Shea Stadium. That’s where Max Kagan and Mark Fletcher first met each other, kicking off years of collaborating in different forms. Once known as Heeney, Fletcher and Kagan have been playing […]

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In 2013, Mazzy Star returned with Seasons Of Your Day, their first album in 17 years. Today, they’ve announced their next release, an EP titled Still, which features three new songs and a reimagined version of their 1993 track “So Tonight That I Might See.” It’s the group’s first material since their longtime drummer … […]

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Matthew Barnes, the UK producer who records under the name Forest Swords, makes ominous, intense, meditative instrumental music. Last year, he returned after a long absence with the new album Compassion. (It was his first since 2013’s Engravings, which is basically a modern classic.) He also shared a couple of non-album tracks … More »

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This new Let’s Eat Grandma album is gonna be a good one, eh? The precocious British teens have delivered some real stunners in the lead-up to June’s I’m All Ears, including the SOPHIE-produced left turn “HOT PINK” and the equally adventurous “Falling Into Me.” Today’s third single is a bit more straightforward but … More […]

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Last year, 21 Savage, Migos member Offset, and star producer Metro Boomin all got together to record the collaborative album Without Warning. But the breakout hit from the album was one of the Offset solo tracks, “Ric Flair Drip.” Last month, the real Ric Flair turned up in the “Ric Flair Drip” video, … More […]

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Justin Bieber has had quite a history with Coachella. Bieber has never been featured on a Coachella poster — though, now that the festival is booking straight-up pop headliners, that may change one day — but he’s been to the festival plenty of times. In 2014, he made a guest appearance during Chance The … […]

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