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Sweden’s Cult Of Luna will headline the opening night of the 2021 ArcTanGent festival
Deerhoof have released a dizzying new covers album called Love-Lore that finds the art-rock band covering 35 songs over the course of 43 minutes. The album is available now as a free download over on Deerhoof's website. It comes on the heels of the band's latest original album, Future Teenage Cave Artists, which came out…
As you may have heard, a new Sufjan Stevens album is out today -- his first proper solo LP since 2015's Carrie & Lowell. The Ascension's release has apparently inspired Sufjan's former manager and publicist, Daniel Gill, to share some old tidbits on Twitter.
Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor urged under-attack pop stars Daphne & Celeste to “hold your head high” after Reading 2000
Twenty years ago today, Yeah Yeah Yeahs played their first show. The gig went down at Mercury Lounge in New York, and as the band explains in a note on Facebook today, the bill was pretty stacked:…
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After the Shins released Heartworms in 2017, they followed it up with The Heart's Worm, an album comprising "flipped" versions of the same songs. They're back today with their first new song since, and this one has a flipped companion piece too.
We regret to inform you that Ian Brown, frontman of the iconic Manchester band the Stone Roses, has apparently become a full-blown coronavirus truther. "NO LOCKDOWN NO TESTS NO TRACKS NO MASKS NO VAX #researchanddestroy," he tweeted earlier this month, and that was just the tip of the iceberg: "So im a Conspiracy Theorist HA!
"Is it all for nothing?" Sufjan Stevens cries out. "Is it all part of a plan?" This anguished outburst arrives about halfway through The Ascension, his first proper solo album in more than five years, on a song named for the seizure and anxiety medication Ativan. Over the track's jittery electronic pulse, he later utters,…
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Indie rock living legends Yo La Tengo have been mighty productive this year despite living on lockdown, or maybe because of it. Back in July they started dropping one formless improvisational track per day for a week, which turned out to be a new EP called We Have Amnesia Sometimes. A couple weeks later they…
Last month, The Cribs announced a new album, Night Network -- the follow-up to 2017's 24-7 Rock Star Shit -- and shared its lead single, "Running Into You." Today, the British brother trio are sharing another track from it called "I Don't Know Who I Am," a collaboration with Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo, who they…
submitted by Nick Sep 16th 2020 08:00 am (stereogum.com)
With his Eels project, Mark Oliver Everett has been plumbing the depths of depression and isolation through the medium of old-school studio-pop for a very long time. Eels' classic LP Daisies Of The Galaxy turned 20 earlier this year. And today, he's announced plans to follow up the 2018 Eels album The Deconstruction with a…
submitted by Nick Sep 15th 2020 12:00 pm (stereogum.com)
Next month, Future Islands are releasing a new album, As Long As You Are, their follow-up to 2017's The Far Field. We've heard the Jenn Wasner-featuring "For Sure" and "Thrill" from it so far, and today the Baltimore band are sharing another one, "Moonlight," a low-key and emotional shimmer that reflects on a relationship at…
submitted by Nick Sep 15th 2020 08:00 am (stereogum.com)
Stephen Malkmus has been on a hell of run, dropping three distinct albums in as many years. First came 2018's straightforwardly indie-rockin' Jicks offering Sparkle Hard, then 2019's loosely electronic solo joint Groove Denied, then this year's rootsy Traditional Techniques. That's a lot of music, but given the troves of bonus material that acco...
submitted by Nick Sep 15th 2020 07:00 am (stereogum.com)
It's been more than five years since Sufjan Stevens released his last proper solo album, the hushed and ghostly acoustic lament Carrie & Lowell. That drought will end next week with the release of a lengthy and electronically inclined new opus called The Ascension. Sufjan has already shared two songs from the project, the doleful&#8...
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