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Nia Archives, “Silence Is Loud”

With her debut collection of drum and bass music, the English musician comments on the history of a multitude of subgenres in a way that’s never navel-gazey and always assured.

April 18, 2024
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David Bowie, Brian Eno, and Aurora Collaborate with Nature to Support EarthPercent

The royalties and donations collected by Eno’s nonprofit will be directed to threatened ecosystems around the world.

April 18, 2024
Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard Announces New LP “Harmonics,” Drops “Moments Die” with Barrie

His third solo album will arrive on July 12 via Domino Records.

April 18, 2024
First Listen
Islands Embody a Delusional Idiot on the Sharp-Edged New Single “Drown a Fish”

Nick Thorburn announces the band’s new album What Occurs will be out on June 21.

April 18, 2024
Fontaines D.C. Return with New Album “Romance,” Drop First Single “Starbuster”

The GRAMMY-nominated band’s fourth album will arrive on August 23 via XL.

April 17, 2024
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Khruangbin and Unknown Mortal Orchestra Set to Play the Hollywood Bowl This Summer

FLOOD will be sponsoring the first of the two shows scheduled for August 10 and 11.

April 17, 2024
First Listen
D.R.O. Harnesses the Highs and Lows of Daily Life on New Single “God Like Feeling”

The rapper’s new EP will arrive on May 10 via Fifty Records.

April 17, 2024
Cigarettes After Sex Needs More Sun After “Dark Vacay”

The project also announced a slew of global tour dates in support of their forthcoming LP X’s.

April 16, 2024
Coachella Weekend One: Slow on Ticket Sales, High on Guest Appearances

Vampire Weekend invited Paris Hilton for a round of cornhole, Lana Del Rey brought out Billie Eilish, and more surprises from the fest.

April 16, 2024
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SZA and The Killers Set to Headline New Sudden Little Thrills Festival

St. Vincent, Ethel Cain, Omar Apollo, and hometown heroes Feeble Little Horse are also scheduled to perform at the Pittsburgh event in September.

April 16, 2024
English Teacher: Between Leeds and Texas

The UK post-punk group discusses their new debut album This Could Be Texas and the sense of limbo and alienation that inspired it.

April 15, 2024
Stream Coachella 2024 Here: Full Schedule with Lana Del Rey, No Doubt, Vampire Weekend, and More

All sets will be available to watch at the official Coachella YouTube channel.

April 12, 2024
In Conversation
RiTchie on Resetting Expectations Once Again with “Triple Digits [112]”

The Injury Reserve/By Storm emcee talks stepping out on his own for his debut solo album and the 100-plus degree Arizona temperatures that helped inspire it.

April 12, 2024
GIFT Sign to Captured Tracks, Share New Single “Wish Me Away”

The band formed just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 10, 2024
Beth Gibbons Shares New Single “Reaching Out” Alongside Interactive Video

The Portishead vocalist’s new album Lives Outgrown will arrive May 17 via Domino.

April 10, 2024
Noga Erez Returns with Fiery New Single “Vandalist”

According to Erez, the track is a “musical middle finger.”

April 10, 2024
Caleb Landry Jones, “Hey Gary, Hey Dawn”

The actor-musician’s fourth LP is a carnival of some of the most wonderfully strange ideas to populate the relatively staid history of indie rock—even if he tends to get lost in his own whimsy.

April 10, 2024
First Listen
Amy Aileen Wood Recruits Fiona Apple for “Time for Everything”

The drummer’s new LP The Heartening will be released on April 29.

April 10, 2024
First Listen
Tara Jane O’Neil Shares Contemplative New Single “Glass Island”

The songwriter’s new album will arrive on April 26 via Orindal Records.

April 09, 2024
Track by Track
Dana Gavanski Takes Us Through Her Prodding New Album “Late Slap” Track by Track

The London-by-way-of-Vancouver songwriter’s third collection of indie pop is out now via Full Time Hobby.

April 05, 2024
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