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Watch Moses Sumney Perform Four Songs During a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Aug 10, 2020

Moses Sumney released a new double album, græ, back in May via Jagjaguwar. Now he has performed four songs for NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concerts series, an adjusted version of NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Concerts series taking into account social distancing during the pandemic. More

Bill Callahan Shares New Song “Breakfast” and Releases a Speciality Coffee Blend

Aug 10, 2020

Bill Callahan has been sharing a new song every Monday morning in the run up to the release of his new album, Gold Record—due out September 4 via Drag City—and here’s this week’s selection: “Breakfast.” Callahan and Drag City have partnered with the coffee roasters Four Letter Word for a special coffee blend tied to the song and named after it.  More

Premiere: Girls In Synthesis Share Video for New Track “They’re Not Listening”

Aug 10, 2020

London-based experimental punk trio Girls In Synthesis have shared their new video for their track "They're Not Listening," off of their forthcoming LP Now Here's An Echo From Your Future, due out August 28 via Harbinger Sound, and we are pleased to premiere it. More

Weekly Playlist: Current Rotation #31

Aug 08, 2020

Recent records of fixation ft. Fontaines D.C., Dehd, Widowspeak, Madeline Kenney, Gregg Kowalsky, Bon Iver, Duval Timothy, Goldmund, Kelly Lee Owens & John Cale, E.M.M.A, Ben Salisbury, Land of Talk & Spacemen 3 More

Washed Out – Stream the New Album and Read Our Review of It

Aug 07, 2020

Washed Out (aka Ernest Greene) has released a new album, Purple Noon, today via Sub Pop. Now that it’s out you can stream the whole thing here. Today we posted our review of the album. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Jamila Woods, Tim Heidecker, Bully, Kelly Lee Owens, and More

Aug 07, 2020

Welcome to the 31st Songs of the Week of 2020. This week Democrats, Republicans, and the Trump Administration couldn’t all agree on a new stimulus package a week after expanded unemployment benefits expired (something Democrats wanted to extend and Republicans didn’t).  More

Midnight Oil Release First New Song in 17 Years – “Gadigal Land”

Aug 07, 2020

Midnight Oil formed almost 50 years ago, back in Australia in 1972. In the ’80s and ’90s the band made waves with their strong political views, mostly focused on anti-colonialism in Australia. After releasing Capricornia back in 2002 the band broke up, but today they’re back with “Gadigal Land,” their first release in over 17 years, since 2003’s non-album single “No Man’s Land.” More

Courtney Barnett Shares Cover of Kev Carmody’s “Just For You”

Aug 07, 2020

Australian singer/songwriter/guitarist Courtney Barnett has shared a new cover of Indegineous Australian singer/songwriter Kev Carmody’s “Just For You.” The cover comes as the first release off of Cannot Buy My Soul, a new extended version of a 2007 tribute album to Carmody out August 21. More

Tegan and Sara – Stream Their New Remixes EP and Watch Music Videos for Five of Its Tracks

Aug 07, 2020

Tegan and Sara (sisters Tegan and Sara Quin) released a new album Hey, I’m Just Like You back in September 2019. The record was a reworking of songs they had written over 20 years ago. Now, they’ve reworked them again, releasing an EP of remixes called Hey, We’re Just Like You (The Remixes) with a music video accompanying pretty much each track. More