PREMIERE: Cut Worms Pays Tribute to Lou Reed on “Song of the Highest Tower”
Max Clarke teases his debut EP as Cut Worms.
PREMIERE: Rob Grote of The Districts Covers Neil Young for Original Tracks
As well as “Ordinary Day,” from “Popular Manipulations.”
PREMIERE: múm’s Gyda Valdysdóttir Reimagines Schubert’s “Opus 100”
Epicycle finds her taking on classical pieces from throughout history.
PREMIERE: Maston Tours Mid-Century Film Scores in “Rain Dance”
The Allah-Las/Jacco Gardner associate gets kosmiche.
RIP: Tom Petty (1950–2017)
The quintessential rock-and-roller died Monday at the age of sixty-six.
PREMIERE: Silver Torches Hit the Old Dusty Trail in “If I Reach” Video
The touring member of Perfume Genius sets his song to simmer.
PREMIERE: Caspian Cull Super-8 Archives in “Sad Heart of Mine” Video
From 2015’s “Dust and Disquiet.”
Shamir, Sad13, The Dove & The Wolf, and Queen of Jeans Talk Philadelphia—and The Cranberries
The impromptu supergroup will have you wrapped around their fingers.
PREMIERE: Dave Depper Offers a Requiem for “Summer Days” in New Video
The Death Cab for Cutie sideman demonstrates his “Emotional Freedom Technique.”
PREMIERE: Dude York Advise Against Going DIY in “Black Jack” Video
From the Seattle trio’s February record “Sincerely.”
PREMIERE: Hop in the Magic Bus with I Come to Shanghai’s “Stranger”
Journey through the past, darkly.
PREMIERE: Tall Juan Goes The Distance in Handpainted “Cuida Coches” Video
Another “Olden Goldie” cut gets a clip.
PREMIERE: Dinner Sings Sweet “Siren Song” in New Video
From the Captured Tracks release “New Work.”
Five Years Left: How the Apocalyptic Vision of Busta Rhymes Prepared Us for Trump
Kim Jong-Un and Putin, we’ve got you all in check.
PREMIERE: Liquid Monk Recreate “Nighttime” in the Daylight with Help from Jazz Singer Kameryn Ogden
The Detroit electro quartet’s debut is out September 22.
PREMIERE: Battleme Descends into the Post-Election “Hot Mess”
From October’s “Cult Psychotica.”
Meet the FLOOD Festival Guide, Presented by Toyota C-HR
Featuring in-depth stories on Hundred Waters, Buff Monster, Vince Staples, and Demetri Martin, in addition to our picks and tips for this year’s festival slate.
PREMIERE: Nurses Offer an Anthem for the Internet Weary on “In the Mirror”
The LA-via-Portland avant-popsters announce their return.