By Ben Kaye

Live Review: Brand New at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre (10/19)

Photography by Ben Kaye It’s strange to think that my first time at the gorgeous Brooklyn Kings Theatre could be my last time seeing the infallibly excellent Brand New. If that’s how it ends up being scrawled in the books, then it certainly won’t be reflected upon in disappointment. Still, after seeing that grand, majestic […]

By Michelle Geslani

Sleater-Kinney reveal shredding new song “Here We Come”: Stream

Photo by David Brendan Hall A handful of prominent artists — including Foo Fighters, Björk, and Bon Iver — are participating in a 7-inch singles series to benefit Planned Parenthood. Sleater-Kinney are also involved in the project, and today, they’ve revealed their contribution, “Here We Come”. A crunching shredder of a track, it hurtles toward you just as […]

By Ben Kaye

Ivanka Trump thinks she had a “punk phase” because she listened to Nirvana

Fashion designer, author, businesswoman; Ivanka Trump isn’t really any of these things, but she likes to go around saying she is. That’s why she got trashed for trying to write a self-help book on women in the workforce, after all. Now we can add “former punk” to her list of false identifiers, as the First […]

By Michael Roffman

It’s Time to Celebrate the Fearless Growth of Miami’s III Points Music Festival

Photography by David Rivera-Colon III Points Music, Art, & Technology Festival returned to Miami’s Mana Wynwood, bringing a bigger-than-ever production featuring cutting-edge visual art, innovative technology, and acts that Miami music fans have been waiting to experience. To capture the energy, we sent Sun-Sentinel reporter Brooke Baitinger and Bedside producer Travis Acker to focus on what […]

By Michelle Geslani

Screaming Females announce new album, All At Once, unveil “Glass House” video: Watch

Photo by Farrah Skeiky Screaming Females returned in September with “Black Moon”, their first new music in two years. Today, they’re back with even better news for their fans: a full-length album, titled All At Once, will be here in just a few months. Due out February 23rd through Don Giovanni Records, the forthcoming LP serves […]

By Katherine Flynn

10 Times St. Vincent Gave No Fucks

The signs have always been there, if you knew where to look for them. The wide-eyed, sweet-looking ingenue on the cover of 2007’s Marry Me actually wasn’t very interested in getting married at all. There was definitely something subtly sinister lurking under the chamber pop flourishes of 2009’s Actor. 2011’s Strange Mercy was more explicitly […]

By Michelle Geslani

NE-HI channel Martin Scorsese in video for new song “Rattled and Strange”: Watch

Back in February, garage rockers NE-HI dropped their sophomore album, Offers. Just ten months later, they’re back and with news of a forthcoming 7-inch. It’s due out November 3rd through Grand Jury and features a pair of tracks in “Rattled and Strange” and “Long Time”. To get their fans hyped, NE-HI are sharing “Rattled and […]

By Ben Kaye

Justice’s NSFW video for “Pleasure” is softcore art porn: Watch

First of all, if you’re at work or in a public place right now, seriously just click away. When we say Justice’s video for the Woman single “Pleasure” is NSFW, we mean it’s very NSFW. The clip comes from director/visual artist Alexandre Courtès, perhaps best known for designing Daft Punk’s helmets and the videos for The White […]

By Randall Colburn

Riot Fest 2017 Festival Review: From Worst to Best

“No one here released an essential album this year,” said one of my colleagues as we baked in the scorching sunbeams skating across this year’s Riot Fest, waiting for the third, fifth, or eighth act of the day to take the stage. He wasn’t criticizing the year’s booking, really, just making a point. And it’s […]

By Ben Kaye

Marilyn Manson announces new album, Heaven Upside Down, shares “We Know Where You Fucking Live”: Stream

Photo by Perou Marilyn Manson revealed dates for his upcoming North American tour back in July, hinting that his follow-up to 2015’s The Pale Emperor was finally imminent. Originally entitled Say10, the album was initially supposed to be released this past Valentine’s Day, but was delayed so Manson could finish a few more tracks. Now entitled Heaven Upside Down, […]