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MGMT are releasing the follow-up album to their 2013 self-titled called Litte Dark Age sometime this year, with estimates being at some point in February. Today they've shared the third single from the album, "Hand It Over." The groovy synth-psych song follows previous singles "Little Dark Age" a...


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Thursday Music News

All the way back in August, when Father John Misty was on his Pure Comedy tour, he recorded an episode of Austin City Limits for PBS. Recorded at The Moody Theater in downtown Austin, he delivered a shorter set than the other shows on his tour (his Seattle show at the Paramount was over two hours...


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Wednesday Music News

The eternally mysterious Frank Ocean has posted yet another (semi-confusing) hint about a forthcoming album via his Tumblr. The post features a person wearing a baseball cap that says, "If you liked 2017, you'll love 2018" (which feels comical because we're pretty sure no one liked 2017). The pho...


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Announcing the 2018 Coachella Music Festival Lineup

The 2018 Coachella alley Music and Arts Festival returns for two weekends, April 13-15 and April 20-22. Last night the lineup dropped and, as always, there's plenty to pore over.


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Tuesday Music News

A new Flying Lotus track has emerged on a new mix from producer PBDY called "Brainfeeder 2017 ∞ 2018" that features new songs from the label's artists. The mix's description on SoundCloud states that it's a "collection of Brainfeeder tracks & rarities as well as a glimpse of what’s to come in...


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Friday Music News

Sigur Rós is hosting the first year of their festival Norður og Niður right now in Iceland and last night My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields performed a rare solo show. Fan-made footage of his set has emerged on Instagram and shows Shields playing guitar with a drummer behind him. It's recently ...


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Wednesday Music News

Sleater-Kinney guitarist/vocalist and Portlandia star Carrie Brownstein did probably the most adorable interview of her life for the new podcast Bea's Big Laughs hosted by 10-year-old Bea. The interview focused mostly on Brownstein's work in Portlandia, but Sleater-Kinney was brought up as well, ...


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Tuesday Music News

Sufjan Stevens recently released the mixtape The Greatest Gift, which features remixes of songs from 2015's Carrie & Lowell along with a few previously unreleased tracks. Yesterday he shared a video for Helado Negro's remix of "Death With Dignity," off The Greatest Gift. The emotional clip fo...


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Friday Music News

Kendrick Lamar has unveiled his cinematic new video for "LOVE" off of this year's instant-classic DAMN. Directed by frequent collaborator Dave Meyers and the Little Homies (aka Lamar and TDE president Dave Free), the video cuts between a number of different scenes but overall follows the dissolut...


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Thursday Music News

Erykah Badu stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night to perform a medley of "On & On" from Baduizm and a cover of Fela Kuti's "Sorrow Tears and Blood." The beloved Baduizm turned 20 this year but Badu was there to promote the latest Fela Kuti box set that she curated: Fela...


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Wednesday Music News

Ohio alt-country singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield has contributed a holiday song to Amazon's Indie for the Holidays playlist. Taking on the 1966 anti-Christmas Christmas song by Loretta Lynn "To Heck With Ole Santa Claus," Mayfield turns the spirited original into a despondent slow-burner....


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Tuesday Music News

Australian psych outfit King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard took over 2017 by stating at the beginning of the year that they would put out five albums in just this year and then...did it. Their fifth album doesn't have a name yet but should be dropping soon. They've previously shared two tracks of...


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