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10:35 AM - Wednesday, May 27, 2015
4 hour ago - rollingstone.com
Blink-182's public and acrimonious split from Tom DeLonge appears to be inching toward an amicable resolution as bassist-vocalist Mark Hoppus revealed in a new interview that the band have almost legally cut ties with the soon-to-be-ex-guitaris . . .
6 hour ago - Stereogum
Last week, the Louisiana rap monster Kevin Gates threw a hellacious new track called “Khaza” out into the world. As it turns out, that new song is one of seven on a new EP-length Gates mixtape called Murder For Hire. The tape follows up last ye . . .
7 hour ago - rollingstone.com
British duo Disclosure continue their streak of spaced-out, soulful dance pop odes with "Holding On," the first single from their follow-up to 2013's Settle, which premiered on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show, Stereogum reports. Though initiall . . .
6 hour ago - Stereogum
Before he went away to prison for five years, Baton Rouge rap hero Boosie Badazz was an absolute road dog, the type of artist who hits every club in every tiny Southern and Midwestern town that can afford to pay him. And since his release last . . .
6 hour ago - Stereogum
Palmistry is Benjy Keating, a London producer who makes effervescent hybrid pop tinged with deep melancholy. “Memory Taffeta,” Keating’s latest single, merges dancehall and R&B into something alien yet instantly recognizable, one of those music . . .
5 hour ago - Stereogum
Everything about Dog Party’s particular brand of punk is roughly hewn and brambly. The band’s simplistic, daring instrumentation pairs with joint vocal harmonies that cradle an unparalleled confidence worthy of Exene Cervenka. But on a song lik . . .
5 hour ago - Stereogum
Even before you hear his guitar’s golden drone, Zachary Cale’s mesmerizing Louisiana drawl will suck you in. At 36, Cale is no stranger to his own singing voice, yet he manages to sound a little surprised by each warm, slurred phrase. Even this . . .
4 hour ago - Stereogum
Converse Rubber Tracks has been quietly offering musicians in Brooklyn free space to write and record music, as well as hosting awesome free shows in cities all over the country like their recent concert marathon in Boston. Now, the company is . . .
6 hour ago - Consequence of Sound / Ben Kaye
British indie rockers deliver stripped down set.
4 hour ago - Stereogum
When Run The Jewels get done with their current European and North American mostly-festivals tour, they’re hitting the road yet again, doing a string of dates across the American south and midwest. No surprise there. Run The Jewels have been to . . .
7 hour ago - Entertainment Weekly / Madison Vain
It’s been a tough year for Jack White on the internet—there was that time people really cared about his guacamole recipe, the miscontruing of his intentions with his “Music Is Sacred” poem, Tidal (in general). On Tuesday, more trouble: . . .
4 hour ago - NPR / Greg Shea
The English electro-pop duo induces a Boston crowd to dance to an upbeat track from Super Critical.
3 hour ago - NPR
The Nashville group, once known as The Kopecky Family Band, imparts rocking uplift in the studio.
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