Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba and The Get Up Kids’ Matt Pryor on 25 Years of Vagrant Records
In our “In Conversation” video chat, Pryor, the host of the new Vagrant Records: 25 Years on the Streets podcast, and Carrabba discuss their upcoming episode together and their history with the label.
Poppy Takes Us to a Pastel Realm with a Vomiting Cartoon Sun in “Flux” Video
FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 15 feat. Leon Bridges, Parcels, Arlo Parks, and More
Meet Me @ the Altar Are Looking Forward to Brighter Days on New Single
Durand Jones & the Indications Break Down Their Dancefloor-Friendly LP “Private Space” Track by Track
The Bloomington neo-soul group’s latest album is out now via Dead Oceans and Coalmine Records.
TOKiMONSTA Teams Up with Channel Tres for Hot & Heavy Single “Naked”
The track follows her June collaboration “Say Yes” featuring VanJess.
Oberhofer Sets His Spirit Free on New Single “What Does It Mean to Me?”
The single follows a handful of one-off tracks and collaborations, most recently appearing on Rostam’s “Changephobia” LP.
Lowland Hum Announce New Album “At Home,” Share Video for First Single
“Where Are You?” arrives ahead of the full-length, which drops October 22 via Tonetree.
Jack White Launches Massive Multimedia Archive Featuring His Art & Design Work
“Beauty from construct, construct from purpose.”
Banoffee Indulges in Brattiness in Her “Idiot” Video
It’s the lead single from her sophomore album “Teartracks,” out October 8.
Amindi Talks Self-Love, Nods to The Weeknd and Drake While Breaking Down Her “nice” EP
The debut EP is out today via Human Re-Sources.
Riddy Arman Finds Resolve When It’s “Too Late to Write a Love Song”
It’s the second single from her self-titled debut album coming September 10 on La Honda Records/Thirty Tigers.
Liily Relinquish All Forms of Control in “Odds Are It’s Blue” Video
The new single follows “I Am Who I Think You Think I Am,” the band’s first new music in two years, which was released last month.
Mount Kimbie Release Atmospheric New Tracks “Black Stone” and “Blue Liquid”
The two tracks didn’t make the cut for their 2017 album “Love What Survives.”
Sleigh Bells Announce Sixth Album with the Ominous “Locust Laced”
The duo’s new album “Texis” is out September 10 on Mom + Pop Music.
Turnstile Come Back Into the Spotlight with “BLACKOUT”
The group’s forthcoming album “GLOW ON” is out August 27 via Roadrunner Records.
Zelma Stone Channels the Faith and Grace of Familial Support on “Money Honey”
The new single is from her third EP “The Best,” out August 20.
Hot Chip Share a New Order–Inspired Remix of Casper Caan’s “Last Chance”
The rework arrives two months after the release of the NYC-based electropop artist’s debut single.
IAN SWEET’s Cover of Coldplay’s “Yellow” Shares the Charm of the Original
The cover follows this year’s “Show Me How You Disappear” LP, out now on Polyvinyl.
Snow Ellet Toasts to the Exciting Prospect of Becoming Oneself with “Wine on the Carpet”
Eric Reyes’ debut EP “Suburban Indie Rock Star” is getting a re-release that features two new tracks.
SASAMI Is the Babysitter From Hell in the Video for Her Cover of Daniel Johnston’s “Sorry Entertainer”
The video was directed by Patti Harrison and Alan Resnick.
In Conversation: TORRES Finds Her Bliss on “Thirstier”
Mackenzie Scott discusses the seismic personal shift that led to the new sound on her latest record—and leaning into her “arena country” moment.
A Somewhat-Scientific Look at 5 of the Best Yoga Records of All Time
Experiential yogist Dalton Grant considers the technical factors that make a record “yogic,” and lists the five albums that best fit the description.
On Pageants’ “Worse,” There’s No Cure for a Lonesome Heart (Even With FaceTime)
The duo’s album “Sun and Settled Days” is out July 30 via Eye Dull.
Future Crib Protect True Love with the Help of a Monk, Jester, and Wizard on “BG”
The track is from the Nashville group’s forthcoming album “Full Time Smile,” which is out September 10.
Hear Xiu Xiu’s “Melted Shoes” Remix of Melted Bodies’ “99 Scents”
The track arrives ahead of the LA experimental rockers’ remixed version of “Enjoy Yourself,” which drops August 6 via Plastic Smiles.
koleżanka’s “A Mouthful” Reveals Why No One Wants to Work in Food Service
“Place Is” is out this Friday, July 30 on Bar/None Records.
박혜진 Park Hye Jin Achieves Understated Tension on “Whatchu Doin Later”
It’s the second single from her debut album “Before I Die,” which is out September 10 via Ninja Tune.
In Conversation: Laura Jane Grace on Her Upcoming Show at Four Seasons Total Landscaping
We spoke with Grace about her mindset going into this unusual gig, the future of Against Me!, and Cameo’s unrealized potential for human connection.
Caroline Polachek Enters the Storage Facility of Her Mind in “Bunny Is a Rider” Video
The video she co-directed with Matt Copson finds Polachek teleporting within a labyrinth of boxes.
Spring Silver Shares Self-Made Video for “Mountebank” Illustrating Friends’ Reactions to the Track
The visual arrives ahead of the two-year anniversary cassette reissue of their debut LP “The Natural World,” arriving August 30 via Moon Physics.
FLOOD FM’s “F Yeah Fridays” Ep. 14 feat. Darkside, Lorde, Childish Gambino, and More
This week’s “Fave 15” podcast also includes Charlotte Day Wilson, Remi Wolf, Torres, MUNYA, and Lala Lala.
My Tree, “Where the Grace Is”
The Brooklyn duo’s second LP is a well-intentioned, slow-burn rumination on the gripes of American social and economical plight.