By Ben Kaye

Charlotte Gainsbourg and Blood Orange’s Dev Hynes are lifelong lovers in “Deadly Valentine” video: Watch

Actress/musician Charlotte Gainsbourg has made her upcoming album, Rest, a rather guest-heavy affair. The IRM follow-up includes appearances from Sir Paul McCartney, Owen Pallett, Connan Mockasin, and Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the latter of whom co-wrote and produced the title track. Even Gainsbourg’s videos for the album involve added star power, as the clip for her latest single, […]

By Michelle Geslani

Shamir announces new album, Revelations, shares meme-filled “90’s Kids” video: Watch

Photo by Jason MacDonald After months of staying out of the spotlight, Shamir resurfaced in April with a surprise album named Hope. The follow-up to 2015’s Ratchet breakthrough was written over the course of just one weekend while the singer was seriously contemplating retiring from the music business. Proving that he’s really here to stay, Shamir has […]

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 Alex Young

Charlotte Gainsbourg announces new album, Rest, featuring Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel, Paul McCartney

Charlotte Gainsbourg is set to release her first album in seven years. Entitled Rest, the 11-track effort is due out November 17th via Because Music. It serves as the follow-up to 2010’s IRM. Rest features contributions from several prominent names, including Sir Paul McCartney, SebastiAn, Owen Pallett, and Connan Mockasin. Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo co-wrote and produced […]

By Michelle Geslani

Ted Leo returns with new solo album, The Hanged Man: Stream/download

Photo by Mindy Tucker Ted Leo celebrates the release of his new solo album, The Hanged Man, today. Apple Music and Spotify users can hear it in full down below. Self-released and funded through Kickstarter, The Hanged Man marks the singer-songwriter’s 13th studio effort overall. It follows 2010’s The Brutalist Bricks, but is technically Leo’s first album under his […]

By Michelle Geslani

Joyce Manor and Wavves announce North American co-headlining tour

Joyce Manor photo by Carlo Cavaluzzi / Wavves photo by Heather Kaplan Lace up those Vans ’cause two of pop punk’s premier acts are hitting the road together this fall. Today, Joyce Manor and Wavves have announced a North American co-headlining tour that’s set to run from October 20th to November 22nd. Cities such as San […]

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 Ben Kaye

Bully are “Running” from their emotions on new single: Stream

Photo by Alysse Gafkjen Bully are back with the second single off their forthcoming sophomore album, Losing. The follow-up to 2015’s Feels Like, due out October 20th (via Sub Pop), was first previewed with the manic “Feel the Same”. Today, the CoSigned Nashville act is back with another candid pop-punk examination of mental wellness called “Running”. “Overall, ‘Running’ is […]

By Ben Kaye

Charly Bliss share video for “DQ”, plus new tour dates: Watch

Charly Bliss took a nostalgic trip back to summer camp in their video for “Westermarck”. With their new clip for “DQ”, the Brooklyn pop punk quartet are once again looking into the past. Co-directed by frontwoman Eva Hendricks and Andrew Costa, the video finds the band revisiting their high school days: playing video games in […]

By Michael Roffman

The 25 Most Anticipated Albums of Fall 2017

As we eyeball the final stretch, it’s never easy to tell whether the year in music is speeding up or slowing down. In Tinsel Town, we all know the Oscar hopefuls will be coming soon to a theater near us as summer fades and fall settles in. Music’s different, though. Forget a barrage of holiday […]