Pete Yorn Shares New Bandcamp-Exclusive Covers Album “Pete Yorn Sings the Classics”

Hear Yorn’s take on Pixies, The Stone Roses, Simon & Garfunkel, and more.

Buck Meek Shares a Playlist of His Friends’ Music That Inspired “Two Saviors”

With his latest collection of solo recordings out now, the Big Thief guitarist shares 12 tracks that remind him that “every song is a prayer.”

Perfume Genius Announces “IMMEDIATELY Remixes” LP feat. A.G. Cook, Katie Dey, Jenny Hval, and More

A Boy Harsher remix of “Your Body Changes Everything” arrives ahead of the LP’s February 19 release.

Animal Collective Scored a Documentary About SoundCloud Rappers, Weed, and “the End of the World”

Marnie Ellen Hertzler’s “Crestone” is out on PVOD February 16, with Domino releasing the score February 19.

Caroline Kingsbury Dreams of Being Free in Longing New Single “Lose”

The songwriter calls it “a lonely dream sequence made out of a drum machine and electric guitar.”

Alivenique Foreshadows Her New Meta-Pop Project with “Tune in [Prelude]”

Ali Beletic’s new LP “The Year of the Statement” will arrive later in 2021 via Lightning Records.

Lunarette Take a New Wave Approach on Their Latest Single “Lucky One”

Expect the project’s debut EP out March 19 via Babe City and Topshelf Records.

Watch Julien Baker Cover Soundgarden’s “Fell on Black Days” for KEXP

The songwriter also shared the new single “Hardline” today from her forthcoming LP “Little Oblivions.”

Reza Safinia Lets the Sunlight in on “Surya”

The composer shares the first single from “Yin,” set to be released later in 2021 followed by a second LP called—you guessed it—“Yang.”

Luna Shadows Muses About Technology and Generation Gaps on “nite swim”

The new single arrives ahead of the songwriter’s debut, “Digital Pacific,” out February 12.

Finn Wolfhard’s Band The Aubreys Team Up with Lunar Vacation for New Track “No Offerings”

Wolfhard’s post-Calpurnia project adds to their growing track list with the help of the Atlanta indie rock group.

Life After Cancellation: “Party Down”

Remembering Starz’s take on the ensemble workplace comedy, which only lasted twenty episodes.

Neil Young Weighs in on Last Week’s Insurrection at the Capitol

“There is no place here for White Supremacy. People need each other to be truly free. Hatred will never find Freedom.”

Watch Beau Play “Dance With Me” and “One Wing” in Malibu for “Neighborhoods”

The NY-based rockers take their songs out West to Southern California.

Experience the Fever Dream That Is Speed Stick’s Video for “Protect Your Magic”

The single features Polvo guitarist Ash Bowie, and will appear on the abstract rockers’ debut album “Volume One,” out January 22 on Don Giovanni.

Jeremy Earl and Glenn Donaldson Announce New LP as Painted Shrines, Share First Single “Gone”

The co-founders of Woods and The Skygreen Leopards, respectively, will release “Heaven and Holy” on March 5 via Woodsist.

Mush Sleepwalk Into Disaster on Their New Single “Seven Trumpets”

The track arrives ahead of “Lines Redacted,” due out February 12 via Memphis Industries.

Help Vic Mensa’s Non-Profit SaveMoneySaveLife Recoup Losses From a New Years Eve Burglary

The South Side Chicago org lost over $40,000 worth of donated items, from new shoes to medical supplies.

Hear Sky Ferreira Cover David Bowie’s “All the Madmen”

Ferreira shared a lost recording of the single over the weekend in celebration of Bowie’s birthday.

Cheekface Walk Us Through Their New Album “Emphatically No.”

The talky LA rockers’ sophomore album arrives today via New Professor.

Hello, I’m Sorry Disconnect From Themselves on the Jangly “I Don’t Know You”

The track arrives ahead of the February 28 release of the Seattle band’s “Buddy” LP via Slang Church.

America Part Two Confront the Predatory Gaze in “I Don’t Wanna” Video

The New Jersey punks are also announcing a new album, “Price of a Nation,” out March 12 via Revival Recordings.

Hear Vagabon and Courtney Barnett’s Cover of Karen Dalton’s Version of “Reason to Believe”

Laetitia Tamko also shares plans for a live stream event scheduled for January 29.

Alice Glass Teases Debut Album with “Suffer and Swallow” Single and Video

With no release date yet, the electro-industrial songwriter’s long-anticipated debut may still be imminent.

Damian Abraham Eats Vegan Donuts with Jonah Ray in the Latest Episode of “Punk as Fuck”

The Fucked Up frontman meets comedian/punk rocker Ray outside Donut Friend in Highland Park.

Hear Lupe Fiasco, Open Mike Eagle, and Joseph Chilliams’ Freestyle Tributes to MF DOOM

Raps inspired by the late emcee have been pouring in since it was revealed that the underground legend passed away in late 2020.

Watch Jenny Owen Youngs Cover Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” in Maine for “Neighborhoods”

The songwriter celebrates a recent move to the East Coast by performing the track in the town of Kittery.

Butthole Surfers’ Paul Leary Announces New Album “Born Stupid,” Shares Video for Title Track

The guitarist’s first solo album in thirty years is out February 12 via Shimmy Disc/Joyful Noise.

Signal Boost: 15 Tracks from December 2020 You Should Know

The month’s most discourse-worthy singles, according to our Senior Editor.

The Best Remixes of 2020

15 great tracks made greater with the help of friends and unexpected allies.

Watch Manu Grace Play “Two Weeks” in Cape Town for “Neighborhoods”

The South African songwriter performs her “No Room for Error” single in front of some dramatic greenery.



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