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The combination of Savages' thundering rhythm section, Perfect Pussy vocalist Meredith Graves and Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner drops a metallic funk-punk bomb-track. [Read More]
Just a few days ago, we freaked out when Burial released a remix of Goldie's landmark drum and bass song "Inner City Life." Who knew... [Read More]
It's just like Richard Swift to leave a postscript, a note at the end of a long letter riddled with silly jokes, bruised run-on sentences... [Read More]
In an arrangement that expands the horror, Carpenter's stabbing synths are cut into tiny pieces by quietly piercing beats. [Read More]
Billy Corgan, James Iha, Jimmy Chamberlin are back together and will release Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future.... [Read More]
"Here I Am" originally appeared on Parton's 1971 album Coat of Many Colors and is re-imagined here a bit slower, as a gospel-infused statement of... [Read More]
On its first release in 12 years, Ester Drang illustrates that heavily reverbed space-rock truly pops when paired with heavenly melody. [Read More]
Mariah Carey ain't just resting on her Las Vegas residency, y'all. (Although I very much desperately want to see those sparkly sequins stride the Colosseum... [Read More]
Black Tambourine, Velocity Girl, Lilys, Lorelei, Stereolab — these are just a few of the artists who released 7-inch singles on Slumberland Records in the... [Read More]
It's not like Brody Dalle hasn't put her gritty-pretty voice to snarling use, but it's been almost a decade since her band Spinnerette's last release,... [Read More]
You could spend two hours, five days or ten years with somebody and still your heart beats a little faster, the world moves a little... [Read More]
The Brooklyn band today announces its second album, Soft Hell, with a hyper-saturated eye-feast for "Fruit." We don't recommend viewing before lunch. [Read More]
Pig Destroyer has never just been a grindcore band; it also provides an evolutionary timeline of extreme music. Head Cage expands the group's rampaging palette. [Read More]
J. Spaceman makes a living room sound like a cathedral because, well, he didn't have a choice. [Read More]
Doe's Nicola Leel has navigated the choppy waters of emotional labor for far too long, and responds with blunt feedback. [Read More]
The Japanese band takes a trip through psychedelic boogie, floating acid-folk and laid-back funk in the genre-skipping, eight-minute track. [Read More]
For more than a decade, Thou has taken existential rage and slow-moving sludge and wedded them to elegant melodies and Bryan Funck's serpentine scream. That... [Read More]
Goth encompasses a spectrum of dark sounds, moods and fabrics. Zola Jesus, Siouxsie Sioux and Pale Waves put those leather pants to work on the... [Read More]
but I also saw a tint of roséwave, the lifestyle that comes with its own summery pop soundtrack of certainly bright... [Read More]
June West's music blooms like a desert wildflower, sweet and resolute in three-digit Sonoran heat. There are sun-baked flecks of Bonnie Raitt's country choogle, Motown... [Read More]