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12 Best Songs of the Week: The WAEVE, Björk, The Big Moon, Marlon Williams, and More

Plus Phoenix and Ezra Koenig, girlpuppy, Beth Orton, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Sep 09, 2022

Welcome to the 34th Songs of the Week of 2022. Yesterday the world lost a historical icon. Regardless of your thoughts on the Royal Family, there’s no question that Queen Elizabeth II had a massive impact on the last 70 years of world history. More

Sep 06, 2022

The WAEVE—a new duo consisting of Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon—have announced their self-titled debut album and shared a new song from it, “Can I Call You,” via a video for it. More

Blur’s Graham Coxon Announces Memoir

Verse, Chorus, Monster! Due Out October 6 via Faber

Jun 09, 2022

Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has announced the release of a memoir, Verse, Chorus, Monster!, which will be out on October 6 via Faber. More

11 Best Songs of the Week: The WAEVE, Jens Lekman, Sharon Van Etten, Marlon Williams, and More

Plus Porridge Radio, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Florist, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 06, 2022

Welcome to the 18th Songs of the Week of 2022. There were lots of strong contenders this week, including a new supergroup, two songs from a new album that featured no advance singles, and tracks from artists across the globe (including Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, and England). We’ve got 11 songs this week, since one artist has two different songs on the list. More

May 05, 2022

The WAEVE is a new duo consisting of Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon. The project was announced last month and now they have shared their debut song, “Something Pretty.” More

Rose Elinor Dougall and Blur’s Graham Coxon Form New Band The WAEVE

Watch a Teaser Trailer for the Project, First Single Due Out May 5

Apr 21, 2022

Rose Elinor Dougall has teamed up with Blur guitarist Graham Coxon to form the new band The WAEVE. The duo have shared a teaser trailer for the project and announced that The WAEVE’s first single, “Something Pretty,” will be out May 5 via Transgressive. They have also announced their first show, which is on May 4 at the Lexington in London. More

Duran Duran Share New Song “ANNIVERSARY”

FUTURE PAST Due Out October 22 via Tape Modern for BMG

Aug 31, 2021

Duran Duran are releasing a new album, FUTURE PAST, on October 22 via Tape Modern for BMG. Now they have shared another song from it, “ANNIVERSARY.” More

Duran Duran Announce New Album, Share Video for New Song “INVISIBLE” (Feat. Graham Coxon)

FUTURE PAST Due Out October 22 via Tape Modern for BMG; Album Features Lykke Li, Mark Ronson, and More

May 20, 2021

Duran Duran have announced a new album, FUTURE PAST, and shared its first single, “INVISIBLE,” via a video for the song (which features Blur’s Graham Coxon on guitar). More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Jessie Ware, The Homesick, Best Coast, and More

Plus Yorkston/Thorne/Khan, Graham Coxon, Jehnny Beth, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 08, 2019

Welcome to another Songs of the Week. The last three weeks we could only come up with a Top 8, instead of our customary Top 10, but this week’s choices were surprisingly much stronger once we did some deeper digging. More

that dog. Announce 25th Anniversary Reissue of Debut Album and Shows Performing It, Share Rarity

that dog. Reissue Due Out This Friday, Listen to “Buy Me Flowers”

Jul 09, 2019

Anna Waronker, Rachel Haden, Petra Haden, and Tony Maxwell formed that dog. in 1991 and released their self-titled debut album in the U.S. in March 1994 via DGC (it actually came out in England in December 1993 via 4AD). Now the band (currently minus Petra Haden) have announced that the album is getting a deluxe 25th anniversary digital reissue, as well as announcing some shows performing the album. More

Jan 18, 2018

Blur guitarist and solo artist Graham Coxon has done the soundtrack to The End of the F***ing World, the new dark comedy series from Netflix and Britain’s Channel 4 based on Charles S. Forsman’s comic book series for Fantagraphics (which had the uncensored title of The End of the Fucking World). More