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PREMIERE: Vorhees Manipulates Memories, Textures with “Souvenir”

The audio engineer known for her work with St. Vincent steps out from behind the boards.

PREMIERE: Conner Youngblood Takes us to School in a Reykjavik Classroom

The confessional Nashville experimentalist delivers a pair of standouts from last year's The Generation of Lift EP on a gray Icelandic morning.

PREMIERE: Cody Crump Teaches You How to “French Kiss,” Dance in New Video

In case you don't already know. Seems like pertinent info.

The Cynicism Cure

A sincere celebration of principled people and the art they produce.

PREMIERE: Fawns of Love Get Gauzy in “That’s What We Do” Single

From the forthcoming “Who Cares About Tomorrow.”

PREMIERE: Kid Koala Sets Emilíana Torrini “Adrift” in New Video

From the duo’s excellent collaborative album “Music To Draw To: Satellite.”

PREMIERE: Blake Hazard Tantalizes “Before the Ice”

Plus Xander Singh lends a hand.

Asghar Farhadi, Donald Trump, and the Art of Unintended Consequences

“The Salesman,” the latest film from the acclaimed director of “A Separation,” offers a timely portrait of people and places on the verge of collapse­—and an important reminder of the moral power of art.

PREMIERE: Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society Offer Soft Drones and Sweet Romance on Self-Titled Debut

Analog synths, gentle moods, and “Doctor Who.”

The Culture of Violence Cure (a.k.a. The Super Bowl Cure)

Sober-minded classics for coping with a day of boozy bloodlust.

PREMIERE: Tennyson Are “All Yours” in Pickathon Slab Session

Plus: the Oregon festival reveals the first wave of names for this year’s get-down.

PREMIERE: In the Whale Orbit the “Galaxie” in New Video

The Denver duo keep their heads in the clouds.

Gone Til November: Iceland Airwaves Announces Initial Lineup

In case you happen to be looking for an excuse to get out of the country for a bit.

PREMIERE: Dire Wolves Declare Today “Cerebration Day”

The heady track is the closer on the spiritual-psych-folkers’ forthcoming “Excursions in Cloudland.”

Why “The OA” Doesn’t Need to Explain Itself

Critics of Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij’s Netflix series are answering questions the show isn’t asking.

PREMIERE: Jim and the French Vanilla Ain’t Too Sweet on “Afraid of the House”

The Blind Shake guitarist goes rogue.

Ought’s Tim Darcy Shares “A Poem Written for the American Inauguration, January 2017”

The American expat living in Montreal surveys a changing America.

The Road-to-Ruin Cure

The things that you want are not necessarily the things that are good.

PREMIERE: Xander Singh Puts Synth-Pop—and His Life—in “ICU”

The former Passion Pit member confronts the loss of love and his sense of self on his new album “Muffin.”

PREMIERE: Imaginary People Air Out Real-Life Problems in “Mr. Hesitance”

The New York post-punks are set to drop “October Alice” in April.

PREMIERE: Noga Erez Wants to Know if You Can “Dance While You Shoot” for Original Tracks

The recent City Slang signee played a sundown set for us in her hometown of Tel Aviv.

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