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PREMIERE: Nurses Offer an Anthem for the Internet Weary on “In the Mirror”

The LA-via-Portland avant-popsters announce their return.

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

From the forthcoming “Who Cares About Tomorrow.”

PREMIERE: Tinariwen Sing Songs of Freedom for the Women of the Sahara in “Assàwt”

The Tuareg guitar masters return with “Elwan” on February 10.

PREMIERE: Spirits Are High in the Video for NE-HI’s “Offers”

The Chicago quartet head out of the garage in search of whatever comes next.

PREMIERE: Tim Cohen Feels More Ambivalent About “Meat Is Murder” Than It First Appears

The Fresh & Onlys frontman is releasing “Luck Man” on January 27.

PREMIERE: Animal Lover Rattle Your Bones in “Nathan’s Nitrates”

The Twin Cities trio Animal Lover released their debut Stay Alive in September, but they’ve hardly slowed down since. The band recently wrapped an eleven-city tour through the…

LISTEN: Zack de la Rocha Returns (with El-P!) for “Digging for Windows”

The long-awaited solo LP from the Rage Against the Machine frontman should be here very soon.

PREMIERE: Nick Waterhouse Wants to Blow the Doors off the “Old Place” in New Video

“Never Twice” is out September 30 via Innovative Leisure.

PREMIERE: Criminal Hygiene Are the Smartest Punks in the Room in “Dangers of Convenience”

The LA band are on the road with Bleached right now.

PREMIERE: The Notwist Announce First Live Album, Share “Pick Up the Phone” from “Neon Golden”

“Superheroes, Ghostvillains, + Stuff” is out October 14 via Sub Pop.

PREMIERE: Despite What She Says, Gabriella Cohen Sounds Very Much Alive in “I Don’t Feel So Alive”

The Australian singer-songwriter’s solo debut is being re-released in the US by Dot Dash/Captured Tracks on October 14.

PREMIERE: Thor Harris (Swans, Shearwater) Makes His Ominous Debut with “Lullaby for Klaus”

“Thor & Friends,” Harris’s solo debut, will be released on October 7.

PREMIERE: Philly Roots Group Oldermost Deny Wanting “Honey With Tea”

The quartet are the latest in the suddenly long line of hazy, phased-out Philadelphia folk groups.

PREMIERE: Ritual Howls Commit “Spirit Murder” on New Single

The Detroit darkwave trio’s third album, “Into the Water,” is out next week on felte.

PREMIERE: Benoît Pioulard Mends His Broken Bones on the Wistful “Layette”

“The Benoît Pioulard Listening Matter” is out October 14 via Kranky.

PREMIERE: Health&Beauty Declare the RNC, Power Games “No Scare”

Ryley Walker’s Primrose Green band flexes their own muscles.

Suffering Is Stiff: of Montreal Courts Trauma on “my fair lady”

No relation to “Pygmalion.”

Though He Was Never Here, Alex Cameron Is Making a “Comeback”

Finally seeing wide release after years of tremulous underground currents, “Jumping the Shark” is a schizophrenic how-do-you-do from a crazily put-together artist.

PREMIERE: “Living a Lie” Makes Royal Canoe Nauseated and Dizzy in New Single

Organs, drums, and sax—get dizzy!

PREMIERE: Sims is Returning Later This Year, and He’s Sent “Triple Sixes” to Warn You

Consider this your harbinger of doom.

PREMIERE: MJ Guider Encases a Dystopia in Their Misty “Former Future Beings”

Elusive futurism from the thoughtful New Orleans–based experimental project.

Watch Out for The Lemon Twigs

The fact that McCartney was twenty-three when he wrote “Yesterday” can still spoil someone’s day, so proceed with caution in knowing that these dudes are teenagers.

PREMIERE: Wages Invert the Indie Arena Anthem on “Gotta”

Everyone stay calm!

PREMIERE: Hide Your Head in “Love Shadows” with Nashville’s Harpooner

The former Indianans take you to the lake.

PREMIERE: Steady Holiday Channels Morricone, The Cardigans on “Superstar”

Dark, sophisticated pop from LA’s Dre Babinski.

PREMIERE: Hop on the Moon Bros. Carriage for a Journey into the “Pitch”

“These Stars” is out July 8 via Western Vinyl.

PREMIERE: The Pinx Put Some Pop in Their Power with “Other Side”

The Atlanta quartet’s “Freedom” is their first new record since 2011.

PREMIERE: Muscle and Marrow Confront Darkness with “The Drooling Mouth”

The Portland metalsmiths return with their second album, “Love.”

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