By Ben Kaye

Sløtface cover Lorde’s “Supercut” for triple j’s Like a Version: Watch

Norwegian pop punk outfit Sløtface are set to release their debut album, Try Not to Freak Out, on September 15th via Propeller Recordings. As they make the press rounds behind the release, the young foursome stopped by Aussie radio station triple j to take part in its Like a Version segment. Honing in on the “pop” […]

By Ben Kaye

Refused side project INVSN share the Origins of their Lana Del Rey cover, “Love”: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single. Early this year, Refused frontman Dennis Lyxzen and his Swedish supergroup side project INVSN released their sophomore record, The Beautiful Stories. The album’s punk electronica hit hard at the existential strife of modern society, from the darkened political atmosphere […]

By Michelle Geslani

Radiator Hospital announce new album, share “Dance Number” video: Watch

Photo by Catherine Elicson Philly indie pop/punk outfit Radiator Hospital are prepping their first album since 2014’s Torch Song. It’s titled Radiator Hospital Play The Songs You Like and due for arrival on October 20th via Salinas Records. Their fifth full-length to date, it spans a generous 16 tracks, including titles such as “Long Distance Dedication”, “Cheap […]

By Ben Kaye

Members of Tacocat, Chastity Belt, Lisa Prank form Who Is She?, share “Top 8”: Stream

Photo by Sarah Cass Three of the Seattle scene’s most charismatic musicians have joined forces to form a new band called Who Is She?. Consisting of Julia Shapiro (Chastity Belt), Robin Edwards (Lisa Prank), and Bree McKenna (Tacocat), the supergroup trio is set to release their debut LP, the aptly titled Seattle Gossip, on October 6th via Father/Daughter […]

By liorphillips

Spoon’s Britt Daniel Breaks Down His Band’s Entire Discography

As Spoon announce a 10th anniversary reissue of Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga, revisit what frontman Britt Daniel had to say about the album and the rest of his band’s discography. On the morning before one of Spoon’s first shows supporting new album Hot Thoughts, Britt Daniel exudes an inordinate calm. I’ve asked him to take a […]

By Michelle Geslani

Toro Y Moi shares new album Boo Boo via short film: Stream/watch

Tomorrow marks the official release of Boo Boo, the latest album from Toro Y Moi. In advance, the synthpop musician has shared the LP in full via a short film. Directed and produced by Company Studio, it follows Toro Y Moi as he’s driven around the beautiful Bay Area. Stream/watch it up above. The follow-up […]

By Ben Kaye

Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas share bilingual double-album, Telphone/Teléfono: Stream

Photo by ​Taylor Bonin From their onset, Detroit outfit Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas have done things different. Their music is an immediate, distinctive blend of soul, pop, and punk cabaret, something they introduced to the world on their 2014 debut, Secret Evil. Not content to simply repeat themselves with a follow-up effort, Hernandez was struck […]

By Ben Kaye

Arcade Fire share strobe-filled video for “Creature Comfort” — watch

Following its live debut at Primavera Sound earlier this month, Arcade Fire have released the studio version of “Creature Comfort”. The single hit streaming services late last night, and now the band has shared its corresponding music video. (Read: Top 25 Songs of 2017 (So Far)) In anticipation of the single’s release, Arcade Fire teased “Creature Comfort” with ads for […]

By Michelle Geslani

Arcade Fire share rousing new single “Creature Comfort” — listen

Photo by ​Philip Cosores During a performance at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound earlier this month, Arcade Fire debuted a brand new song called “Creature Comfort”. Today, the Montreal-bred indie rockers have unveiled the studio version of the song. It’s available to stream below via Apple Music. “On and on, I don’t now what I want!” Win Butler and […]

By Michelle Geslani

Blonder talks love and desire on debut $5 EP: Stream

Photo by Shervin Lainez People who refer to Paris as the only true City of Love clearly haven’t been to New York City. More than a concrete jungle where dreams are made of, its 24-hour nightlife, radiant skyline, and panoramic views of the harbor and Atlantic beyond make for the perfect backdrop for getting swept up […]