The forthcoming album from the experimental rock band comes with a plastic bag containing 2 grams of Don Joyce’s cremated remains.
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Solange calls her new album “a project on identity, empowerment, independence, grief and healing.” It’s a floating melange of R&B, bold in its quiet and understated sounds, bolder in its message.
Before it begins work on its Roadrunner Records debut, the Baltimore hardcore’s band new EP seeks to break down “physical, sexual, musical genre, world barriers.”
The guitarist offers commentary on each song from her new album, which you can hear in its entirety.
The singer-songwriter pulls back the curtain on her band’s beautiful-but-mysterious new album, Escape From Evil. “All of these songs are based in personal experience,” she writes.
Out of thousands of submissions, one soulful musician came out on top.
Watch the singer and rapper perform “Skeleton Key” and “The Good Fight” with the VocalEssence choir.
The guitarist blends the traditional and the avant-garde, fusing the sounds of John Fahey, The Grateful Dead and Will Oldham into back-porch masterpieces. Hear Gunn’s earthy, epic new single.
A behind-the-scenes video offers a new perspective on the trickery and illusion used to make OK Go’s most recent mind-blowing video, “The Writing’s On The Wall.”
The revered New Zealand band is working on a new album, and decided to tease it by giving 1984’s “Pink Frost” a makeover. Let us know what you think: Heresy or hurray?
After a Parisian thief put their careers in jeopardy, Washington, D.C.’s Mike Petillo and Aaron Leitko are back in business. Hear a great track from the dance duo’s new album, Free USA.
The L.A. singer’s new song, from the upcoming album Goddess, is all woozy mystery, and an ideal introduction to an artist who’s been revealing herself slowly and deliberately.
A new song from Jamie xx, the producer behind the stylish, seductive British trio The xx, manages to push his sound in new directions while getting back to bedroom basics.
We know you’re dying to try Future Islands’ Buck-Up Bronco and St. Vincent’s Minimalist Marionette.
As things began to get back to normal at SXSW on Thursday, many audiences and bands shared emotionally heightened moments. Musicians offered comfort, release and catharsis.
Neil Young wants to start a revolution against the MP3. At SXSW, he debuted his biggest weapon, a high-quality digital audio player and music store he’s calling Pono.
A video for the brand new song “Cavity,” from the band’s second album, out May 27, uses a single flashlight to create an eerily beautiful landscape.
Watch ‘Winsome’ and witness a romance gone wrong between a mermaid and her human boyfriend.
The Detroit proto-punk group Death had a short and mostly forgotten run in the 1970s, but its music has caught on in recent years. The band’s groundbreaking work is remembered on a newly released song, from an upcoming compilation of Death demos.
The band may be on hiatus, but there’s a new digital EP of The Civil Wars covering four songs, including Elliott Smith’s “Between the Bars.”