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Lewis Capaldi, the vanilla British balladeer, crept to the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 last year with "Someone You Loved" after spending 24 weeks moving slowly up the charts. He recently faced some criticism for going ahead with a massive show in the UK in the early (but not so early) days of…
You know the story by now: The music industry, like much of everything else, is grinding to a halt amidst the coronavirus pandemic and people self-quarantining around the globe. There won't be any tours or gigs for a while, and artists have taken to performing via livestream in order to still play for fans, and…
On Friday, the Weeknd released the long-awaited album After Hours. It's a sharp, glamorous collection of late-night pop music, and if you can get beyond all the ways that it feels at odds with the current moment, it's pretty great. Today, the Weeknd has dropped the album's Deluxe edition, which features five new tracks, all…
submitted by Nick Mar 20th 2020 07:00 am (stereogum.com)
Last month, starry-eyed travelers MGMT released the new song "In The Afternoon," promising that it would be on a 12" single that's set to arrive this month. Right now, MGMT are just as affected by the whole global-pandemic quarantine thing as everyone else, and they've had to cancel tour dates in Mexico and Texas. (Frontman…
The Avalanches are following up their 2016 sophomore album Wildflower a lot faster than they followed up their classic 2000 debut Since I Left You. Last month the Australian production team released "We Will Always Love You," a staggeringly beautiful new collaboration with Blood Orange featuring prominent samples of Smokey Robinson and the Roche...
The last time we heard from Arca was just a couple weeks ago, when she released the mammoth 62-minute single "@@@@@," a companion of sorts to a 2013 mix called "&&&&&." Arca, of course, had been busy before that too -- most recently with the Mutant;Faith performances in New York last year -- but her…
submitted by Nick Mar 5th 2020 11:00 pm (stereogum.com)
Chromatics delivered with a new album last year, Closer To Grey, and though the mythologized Dear Tommy is still nowhere to be seen, the Los Angeles group is chugging along just fine. In January, they released a new track, "Toy," which landed on our list of the 5 Best Songs Of The Week," and today…
submitted by Nick Feb 26th 2020 03:00 pm (stereogum.com)
Dan Snaith still hasn’t quite learned how to sit still. "If you want to change it, you must break it/ Rip it up and something new will grow," he sings on "Sister," the opening track from his new album Suddenly. For the first half of his career, that's exactly how he continually reinvented himself. After…
New Order's Bernard Sumner worked with Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe on a few tracks from Electronic, his late-'80s/'90s side project with Johnny Marr. And now New Order and Pet Shop Boys, two giants of '80s UK synth-pop, are joining forces for a full co-headlining tour.
Last week, the Avalanches started teasing something through a series of social media updates and billboards. That something is now here: A new song called "We Will Always Love You," the Australian group's first material since their long-in-the-works 2016 album Wildflower. The song features original contributions from Blood Orange's Dev Hynes, wh...
James Blake has shared a statement publicly defending his girlfriend, The Good Place actress Jameela Jamil. This week, Jamil was accused by writer Tracie Egan Morrissey of having Munchausen syndrome, a mental disorder in which someone repeatedly fakes illness or injury to attract attention. After combing through interviews with Jamil, Morrissey ...
submitted by Nick Feb 14th 2020 08:00 am (stereogum.com)
Are we about due for a blog-hause revival? It wouldn't be the worst thing in the world, would it? Alexander Ridha, the German DJ and producer who records as Boys Noize, came up in the that whole mid-'00s wave, and he's been working steadily ever since. He's also become a prolific collaborator -- working with…
submitted by Nick Feb 11th 2020 09:00 am (stereogum.com)
It took the Avalanches 16 years to follow-up their classic Since I Left You with Wildflower, but it looks like it might take them (comparatively) no time at all to release something else new. A couple days ago, the Avalanches social media accounts started updating with some galactic new images and then a…
The UK’s Bloodstock festival will take place in August - and even more artists and events have now been added
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