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submitted by Nick 7 days 3 hours 44 mins ago (stereogum.com)
Just last year, Bob Mould was happy. He named a whole album Sunshine Rock, of all things. Can you imagine? A veteran purveyor of emotions ranging from pissed-off to angsty to deeply tortured was, after all these years, looking on the bright side. Of course, you could already get the sense from interviews that Mould…
submitted by Nick Sep 18th 2020 01:00 pm (stereogum.com)
Bully just released their very good new album SUGAREGG last month. And in addition to that, frontwoman Alicia Bognanno has been popping up every so often on livestreams, playing covers and stripped-down solo versions of Bully songs and giving guitar and gear tutorials. A couple months ago, she shared a cover of Mazzy Star's "Fade…
Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Daniel Johnston's death. As a tribute to the beloved outsider singer-songwriter, New York's Electric Lady Studios organized Honey I Sure Miss You, a tribute concert featuring Phoebe Bridgers, Waxahatchee, Jeff Tweedy, Beck, Devendra Banhart, the Lemon Twigs, Kevin Morby, Fontaines D.C., and more covering...
Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett's long-running and eclectic recording project Gorillaz started this year by teasing a project called Song Machine. Rather than a new album, this turned out to be a series of singles -- I mean, "episodes" -- featuring the usual array of high-profile collaborators. So far this year they've shared tracks featuring&...
submitted by Nick Sep 9th 2020 08:00 am (stereogum.com)
We're nearing the release of Bob Mould's new album Blue Hearts, and today the punk-rock legend is sharing a third advance track. Mould's latest offering "Siberian Butterfly" is closer to the absolute ripper "American Crisis" than the midtempo churn "Forecast Of Rain," and it maintains the sense of righteous indignation that seems to course throu...
Fiona Apple released her new album, Fetch The Bolt Cutters, right into the middle of a pandemic. It's unclear how much Apple might have toured behind the album -- she talked a little bit about the prospect of touring in one of her interviews with Vulture, but gave no conclusive answer -- or if she'll…
"One hopes that folks have the grace and understanding to allow that someone like me, anyone really, can grow and change"The post David Byrne calls blackface use in ‘Stop Making Sense’ promo a “major mistake in judgement” appeared first on NME Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs | NME...
David Byrne has apologized for portraying people of color and wearing black and brown face in an old promotional video for the Talking Heads' concert film Stop Making Sense. In the clip, he appears as a number of different characters interviewing himself. Byrne took to his Twitter account, which he rarely utilizes for personal use,…
submitted by Nick Aug 18th 2020 02:00 pm (stereogum.com)
Fiona Apple continues her relatively busy 2020 by narrating a short film about citizen's rights when documenting arrests done by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. The clip -- which was done in partnership with We Have Rights, Brooklyn Defender Services, and WITNESS -- comes along with a new interview in Vulture where Apple talks&a...
Are you struggling to understand the needlessly complicated American electoral system? Have no fear! CNN and They Might Be Giants have got you covered. Tomorrow, the network is airing Count On Controversy: Inside The Electoral College, a special report explaining the byzantine inner workings of the electoral college. And to assist, they got TMBG...
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