Articles by Mike LeSuer

WATCH: Versing Get You Dizzy in 360-Degree Video for “Renew”

The noise pop group share the closing track to their forthcoming Hardly Art debut with an interactive video.

PREMIERE: Cathedral Bells Warm the Dead in “Cemetery Surf” Video

Matt Messore’s dream pop project gigs a New Jersey graveyard before hitting the West Coast.

There’s a New Brian De Palma Movie But We Don’t Have the Energy to Watch the Trailer

Coppola, Scorsese, Spielberg, and De Palma all have new movies in production or slated for release later this year. Is it OK if we don’t really care?

WATCH: Pile Gets Confrontational in “The Soft Hands of Stephen Miller” Video

Rick Maguire takes on the ghoulish policy advisor in the video for the Boston rockers’ latest single.

Titus Andronicus Announce New LP “An Obelisk,” Blame Society

The heartland punk outfit teases their sixth album with a very enthusiastic video for lead single “(I Blame) Society.”

The Definitive Ranking of Movies with Two-Letter Titles

With “Us” hitting theaters last Friday, we’re ranking the ten most notable pioneering titles kept to two characters.

OK, I Guess It’s Time to Rank All Those Active-Verb Bands

It seems weird that we’re able to arrange a top-fifteen list of bands with one-word names ending in -ing, but we might as well do it…right?

The Faint Will Always Be Cut from the Saddle Creek Cloth

Todd Fink talks homework, “Egowerk,” and his band’s early emo work.

PREMIERE: Sonny & the Sunsets Share Their Sketchbook in “Someday I’d Like to Be an Artist” Video

The Sunsets provide an experimental soundtrack to the doodled thoughts of a teenaged Sonny Smith.

PREMIERE: Russian Baths Address Big Questions on “Parasite”

The Brooklyn noise rock duo gives us a first taste of their yet-untitled full-length debut.

“Hospice” at Ten: The Antlers Weren’t Cut Out for Fame, and That’s OK

Before they embark on an intimate anniversary tour, we revisit their third album and remember why they were no Bon Iver—which isn’t a bad thing.

Deafheaven Are at Their Heaviest on “Black Brick”

The popular (!) black metal group share a B-side too heavy for “OCHL.”

With “Roma” and “Happy as Lazzaro,” Netflix May Have Found a New Way of Reading Its Audience

The extremely Oscar nominated drama and its snubbed peer lead a new generation of content from the streaming service, which seems to focus on millennial passivity.

PREMIERE: Sharkmuffin Introduces “Serpentina,” the Star of Their New EP

Meet the space dominatrix inspired by a trip to AutoZone.

“Space Jam 2” Will Begin Filming This Summer

You don’t even need to ask—we’re all ready for this.

Denzel Curry Covers “Bulls on Parade” for Australian Radio

Florida man bravely steps into ring with Rage Against the Machine staple.

Let the Clatter Kill ’Em: P.O.S. Talks Ten Years of “Never Better”

On the last stop of his anniversary tour, the Doomtree rapper offers some insight into the evolution of his uniquely punk take on rap.

PLAYLIST: Thelma Shares Music for Pain, Rather Than About Pain

The Brooklyn songwriter compiles ten healing songs that helped her make the leap from guitar to synthesizer for her latest record.


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