Music

Writing about the upcoming year in film while the world is once again caught up in a new wave of COVID requires a certain kind of blind optimism that relatively soon, case numbers will get lower, vaccines will keep doing their best to keep us safe, and going to the movies will eventually stop feeling
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News Thundercat Makes Acting Debut in The Book of Boba Fett The bassist’s appearance in the Disney+ show made him the latest addition to the Star Wars universe By Evan Minsker January 19, 2022 Facebook Twitter Thundercat (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) Facebook Twitter Thundercat has made his acting debut
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AV Super Sunshine’s growing following is a testament to a successful DIY ethic in the modern music world. This resolutely independent artist has managed to forge a sterling critical reputation alongside a burgeoning fanbase expanding with each additional release. This isn’t chart success with a massive major label driven promotional push behind it, manufacturing something
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Our recurring new music feature Origins provides artists with a platform to share personal insights into their latest release. Today, Maia Friedman of Dirty Projectors breaks down her new solo album Under the New Light. Dirty Projectors’ Maia Friedman is embarking on a solo career. Today, the musician announced that he first album under her own
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Hot off the release of their 2020 album Back to You, Suzanne’s Band is back with another standout addition for the modern independent blues-rock canon with Ice & Fire. Fans will recognize a great deal of familiarity between this and Walker’s previous songs, but longtime listeners and fans can rest assured that Walker and company still have
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News Beach House Share 5 New Songs: Listen The third chapter of Once Twice Melody—tracks 9 through 13—ahead of the full album’s February release By Evan Minsker January 18, 2022 Facebook Twitter Beach House (David Belisle) Facebook Twitter Beach House have shared five more new songs—the latest quadrant of their 18-song full-length Once Twice Melody.
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Beach House have unveiled the third installment of their upcoming double album, Once Twice Melody. Listen to Once Twice Melody: Chapter 3 below. Once Twice Melody marks Beach House’s first full-length in four years, following 2018’s 7. Produced by Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally themselves, the record was mixed by Alan Moulder, Caesar Edmunds, Trevor Spencer, and Dave Fridmann, and features
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News Listen to Darkside’s New Song “Ecdysis!” Nicolás Jaar and Dave Harrington recorded the track during their Spiral sessions By Evan Minsker January 18, 2022 Facebook Twitter DARKSIDE’s Nicolás Jaar and Dave Harrington, photo by Jed DeMoss Facebook Twitter After returning last year with their new album Spiral, Nicolás Jaar and Dave Harrington  have shared
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Nashville, Tennessee isn’t typically associated with hard-hitting blues acts, but Chris Ford’s SuBourbon Blues Project didn’t get the memo. “Whiskey Still” is a powerhouse single from the band’s second album Where Concrete Meets the Grass and, as a representative of the album, promises Ford has further refined the gritty punch delivered during his debut. His music and
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News Tindersticks Announce Past Imperfect – The Best of Tindersticks ’92 – ’21, Share Video for New Song: Watch Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Stuart A. Staples–led band By Matthew Strauss January 17, 2022 Facebook Twitter Tindersticks, photo by Suzanne Osbourne, Steve Gullick, and Christophe Agou Facebook Twitter Tindersticks have announced the new compilation
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From the start of its grungy guitar and seemingly deliberate overindulged production, “Scroll” from Emily Ronna has quickly become a gem of the 2021 music landscape for a variety of reasons. Ronna has always been a brutally uncompromising performer, combining sounds of pop, punk, rock and even dabbling in the technicolor nightmare fantasy that is
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News The Detroit Cobras’ Rachel Nagy Has Died Nagy co-founded the Michigan garage rock band in 1994 By Nina Corcoran January 15, 2022 Facebook Twitter Rachel Nagy (Photo by Mark Bennett) Facebook Twitter Rachel Nagy, best known as the singer of the Michigan garage rock band the Detroit Cobras, has died, her representative confirmed to
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Let’s dance… bike, or run with David Bowie. The Starman’s entire catalog will arrive on Peloton starting January 19th. The at-home fitness platform has struck a deal to make Bowie its latest artist series. Alongside the musician’s full catalog, Peloton commissioned three exclusive remixes from St. Vincent (“It’s No Game (Pt. 1)”), TOKiMONSTA (“Golden Years”),
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News New Nick Cave and Warren Ellis Documentary Announced Director Andrew Dominik’s film This Much I Know to Be True will be released later this year By Madison Bloom January 16, 2022 Facebook Twitter Warren Ellis, Nick Cave (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images). Facebook Twitter Nick Cave has announced a forthcoming documentary titled This Much
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