By Ben Kaye

Screaming Females share new single, “Deeply”, reveal new 2018 tour dates: Stream

Photo by Grace Winters Screaming Females are set to release their new full-length album, All At Once, on February 23rd via Don Giovanni Records. The DIY Jersey punks’ seventh overall LP features 15 tracks, including the previously revealed “Glass House” and “Black Moon”. Today, the band has shared a third single, “Deeply”. The plodding and determined […]

By Eddie Fu

Charlotte Gainsbourg returns with first album in seven years, Rest: Stream

Photo by Collier Shorr Charlotte Gainsbourg is set to release to her first album in seven years, Rest. Ahead of the collection’s arrival on November 17th, it’s streaming in full on NPR. The IRM follow-up runs 11 tracks long. It includes appearances from Sir Paul McCartney, Owen Pallett (Arcade Fire, Caribou), Connan Mockasin, SebastiAn, and Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, […]

By Eddie Fu

Charlotte Gainsbourg shares Soulwax remix of “Deadly Valentine”: Stream

Actress/musician Charlotte Gainsbourg is preparing to release Rest this Friday, her first album in seven years. In anticipation, she’s shared a new remix of “Deadly Valentine”. The fresh take was remixed by Belgian DJs Soulwax and runs nearly eight minutes long. Although it’s not drastically different from the SebastiAn-produced original, the Dewaele brothers do some manipulating with Gainsbourg’s ethereal […]

By Ben Kaye

Wilco share previously unreleased track “Dynamite My Soul” from Being There reissue: Stream

On December 1st, Wilco will re-release their first two albums, 1995’s A.M. and 1996’s Being There. Each deluxe reissue will include a number of rare demos and alternate takes, as well as some never-before-released tracks. The band previously shared the newly unearthed “Myrna Lee” from the A.M. sessions, and today they’re unveiling the Being There outtake “Dynamite My Soul”. (Read: Wilco in 10 Songs) The gentle […]

By Ben Kaye

QWAM shout down pretension on new single “Doggie Door”: Stream

Photo by Karen Sophia Colon 10 Things… is a recurring new music feature in which an artist goes H.A.M. on a particular topic. Certain parts of Brooklyn are seen by some as the birthplace of hipster pretension. (Here’s looking at you, Williamsburg.) But punk upstarts QWAM are here to shake down the too-cool facade that casts […]

By liorphillips

Charlotte Gainsbourg shares the Origins of her new song “Ring-a-Ring O’ Roses”: Stream

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest hit single. Charlotte Gainsbourg’s voice is a lullaby. Words as simple as “hello” ring sweetly, at once a whisper and loud enough to resonate with an incessant depth and strength. Sentences tumble out in wisps of smoke, slithering into […]

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 Ben Kaye

Wilco announce deluxe reissues of A.M. and Being There

Wilco are reissuing their first two albums, 1995’s A.M. and 1996’s Being There. Set for a December 1st release via Rhino Records, both albums have been newly remastered and come loaded with rare and unreleased bonus material. A.M. will be presented on CD and double-LP, each featuring eight unreleased bonus tracks. Those include an early take on “Outtasite […]

By Randall Colburn

Shamir laments “Straight Boy” in music video for new, melancholy track: Watch

One-time dance pop star Shamir made quite the pivot back in April when he released Hope, a collection of lo-fi tracks he recorded over a single weekend. Last month, the release of “90’s Kids” heralded yet another new LP, Revelations. Now, Shamir has released the album’s closing track, “Straight Boy”. “All straight boys care about is how they’re […]

By Michelle Geslani

Hipster Bruce Springsteen has Lana Del Rey, Sufjan Stevens, and The National on iTunes playlist

Photo by Joshua Mellin A career in politics may not be in the cards for Bruce Springsteen, but there’s a side gig I’d gladly hire him for ASAP: professional mixtape curator. In a recent interview with Variety, the rock legend revealed some of the artists and songs that make up his iTunes playlist, and it’s a […]