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Lee Newell and Ally Young rise from the ashes of British rock band Viva Brother and release an EP of triumphant, synth-based electro-pop songs. Download one now.
Ex-Cult's self-titled debut album, recorded with Ty Segall in San Francisco, weaves together raw punk energy and tight control.
After collaborating with a slew of indie artists over the years, Solange Knowles steps out and firmly stakes her claim as a solo performer with the 'True' EP.
The Brooklyn experimentalists follow up this year's 'Swing Lo Magellan' LP with a four-track EP that includes three new tracks.
Sing-speaking in unison, Sarah Register and Andrya Ambro surround a tense core with lurking drums, guitar grit and a low, reverberating hum on Talk Normal's 'Sunshine.'
Savoir Adore's Deidre Muro and Paul Hammer started by creating their own new set of fairy tales, but their lyrics come back to earth on on 'Our Nature.'
Australian psych-rock band Tame Impala pays tribute to solitude on its latest release, 'Lonerism.'
Victoria Bergsman visits Hawaii on her latest album as Taken By Trees.
Michael Liot on live shows, the French language and the art of the summer fling
Drummer Ryan D’Sylva on songwriting, dance music and why L.A. should learn that bigger isn't always better
Nathan Hewitt talks his sunny sound, touring life and how his garage-rock quartet stays ahead of the pack
Adele goes diamond, Beastie Boys get sued, and more
Hurricane Sandy benefits, Rihanna pilfers internet art, and more
Obama learns from Jay-Z, No Doubt pulls video, and more
Taylor Swift, LCD Soundsystem, Amy Winehouse and more
Mumford And Sons rise, Kreayshawn falls, and more
Spotify's influence on sales, love for Mumford And Sons, and more
Velvet Underground gets reissued, Amanda Palmer pays her musicians and more
Amanda Palmer under fire, Weeknd signs to a major and more
Feat. SpaceGhostPurrp, Curren$y, Young Jeezy and more
Neon tinted visuals from the Australian psych-rock warriors.
D.C. synth-rock group brings this "Mannequin" to life.
New solo album and (another) comic book from the Wu-Tang vet.
Former Stereolab singer drops some math knowledge.
Brooklyn band plays new material for a hometown crowd
The R&B mystery man kicks off a sold-out three night run in New York
Who says you can't dance and bowl at the same time?
Examining the intersection between technology and music
An evening of champagne and life-size cardboard cutouts
Celebrating a decade of adventurous music with the eccentric singer-songwriter