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LSDXOXO – “GHOST” (Feat. Kelela)

Last month, LSDXOXO announced his long-awaited debut album DOGMA . The Berlin-based producer and musician has shared “ BLOODLUST ” and “ 4LUVN ,” and now he’s back with “GHOST” featuring backing vocals from Kelela as well as production from Downhill2k01.

SOPHIE – “Berlin Nightmare” (Feat. Evita Manji)

Last month, it was revealed a posthumous self-titled album from prolific pop producer SOPHIE is arriving in September. The first single, “ Reason Why ” featuring Kim Petras and BC Kingdom, was shared, and now “Berlin Nightmare” with Evita Manji is out.

The Weeknd Teases New Song “The Abyss”

The Weeknd has entered the teaser zone. Earlier this year, Abel Tesfaye played a peripheral role in the Drake/Kendrick Lamar beef and popped up at a Mike Dean show to cover David Lynch — the sorts of things that megastars do when they’re in between big media cycles. Later this

Hayley Williams Has Some Thoughts On Pop Stan Wars

Hayley Williams is a pop star. She leads Paramore, a band that tours arenas and makes hit records. She’s duetted with Taylor Swift, both on record and onstage . She’s got a retroactively-added writing credit on Olivia Rodrigo’s “Good 4 U,” a genuine #1 hit. When Paramore toured

John Davis – “The Future”

’90s alt-rockers Superdrag reunited in fall 2022 at Knoxville’s Second Bell festival, making it their first show in a dozen years . A year prior, the group said they were working on new music. That didn’t quite come to pass, but what started as a new Superdrag album

Sinai Vessel – “Challenger”

This week, Sinai Vessel (Caleb Cordes) will release his new album I SING , which features already-shared singles “ Best Witness ,” “ How ,” “ Birthday ,” “ Attack ,” and “ Laughing .” Today, Cordes has unveiled one more track, the sweetly downtempo and homespun “Challenger.”

Lakecia Benjamin Is Getting The Push

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but alto saxophonist Lakecia Benjamin has been blasting through the jazz world like a comet the last couple of years. She’s been around for a while — her debut, Retox , was released in 2012, and her next album, Rise Up , in 2018 — but her third,

10 Must-See Acts At Project Pabst 2024

Project Pabst started in Portland in 2014, and over four years, it grew to include Denver, Atlanta, and Philadelphia. Acts like Blondie and the Buzzcocks performed alongside Run The Jewels and Ween. Then, in 2018, it abruptly vanished. After a seven-year hiatus, the festival

Burial Scores New Harmony Korine Movie Baby Invasion

Harmony Korine, the divisive director of movies like Kids , last year’s Aggro Drift , Gummo , and Spring Breakers (excuse me, SPRAAANG BREAKERRRRS) is set to release a new film, Baby Invasion , and IndieWire reports that its score will be done by Burial.

Desert Daze Announces 2024 Lineup

Desert Daze is back after taking a break last year. The psych-centered SoCal festival announced its lineup today, which includes Jack White, Cigarettes After Sex, Thundercat, Liz Phair, Alex G, the Mars Volta, Fleet Foxes, 100 Gecs, and more.

Album Of The Week: Wand Vertigo

Wand are the most underrated rock band working today. Between the LA combo’s main catalog and project mastermind Cory Hanson’s solo work, it’s been a long time since he released a less-than-essential record.

Hinds – “Superstar”

Hinds have been going through some big changes lately. Last year, the band’s rhythm section quit , leaving singer/guitarists Carlotta Cosials and Ana García Perrote to work as a duo. But Hinds aren’t stopping, and their new album Viva Hinds is coming out later this summer.

Naima Bock – “Gentle”

In June, London’s Naima Bock announced her follow-up to 2022’s Giant Palm . Titled Below A Massive Dark Land , the new project has two lead singles, “Kaley” and “Further Away,” and now we’re getting another album preview called “Gentle,” which comes with a video directed by

Seefeel Announce First New Album In 13 Years

In the ’90s, the British band Seefeel were known for combining shoegaze with glitchy, brainy electronic music. They became the first band with guitars ever to sign with Warp, which had just been known for smartypants dance music before then. After three albums, Seefeel went on