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Philip Selway – “Strange Dance”

Later this month, Radiohead drummer Philip Selway will release his third solo album, Strange Dance. We’ve already heard lead single “Check For Signs Of Life” and “Picking Up Pieces,” and now Selway is sharing the ghostly, sweetly ominous title track. True to its name, the hazy, clattering, and undeniably lovely “Strange Dance” does sound like something...

David Guetta Made A Song With Deepfake Eminem Vocals And Played It At A Show

Artificial intelligence is getting a big push right now from various big-tech types, but the technology comes with a lot of obvious ethical concerns — especially when deepfakes are involved. Consider, for instance, this stunt by David Guetta. The French DJ-producer used two separate AI programs to create fake Eminem vocals and was so pleased with the...

BENEE – “Green Honda”

I haven’t been especially moved by a lot of what New Zealand alt-pop singer BENEE has released since her Gus Dapperton collab “Supalonely” went viral three years ago. Not that her output has been bad, it just hasn’t broken through the music industry’s endless noise and connected with me. Her new song does.

Stream Flume’s New Mixtape Things Don’t Always Go The Way You Plan Featuring Panda Bear, Injury Reserve, & Isabella Manfredi

Flume has followed up last year’s Palaces album with a surprise mixtape called Things Don’t Always Go The Way You Plan. The Australian producer’s latest features leftover tracks recorded between 2012 and 2021, including some tantalizing collabs. Panda Bear appears on 2021’s “One Step Closer,” Isabella Manfredi guests on 2018’s “Rhinestone,” and Injury...

Phoebe Bridgers Leads “Fuck Margaret Court

That new Apple TV+ show Shrinking has a scene in which Jason Segel rides a bike, sobbing, while listening to “I Know The End,” repeatedly shouting, “Fuck you, Phoebe Bridgers!” The profane outburst is speaking Bridgers’ language; she’s been known to let some impassioned fuck-yous fly, often with help from a few thousand of her closest friends. Last...

Squid – “Swing (In A Dream)”

UK art-rock quintet Squid have announced their follow-up to 2021’s critically celebrated debut album, Bright Green Field. Coming June 9, O Monolith is produced by the band’s longtime collaborator Dan Carey and is mixed by Tortoise’s John McEntire. Squid are also sharing a lead single, “Swing (In A Dream),” which has a video directed by Yoonah Park.

Scowl – “Opening Night”

The Santa Cruz rock band Scowl are about to head out on a massive North American tour with Show Me The Body, Jesus Piece, Zulu, and TrippJones. Today, they’ve announced the Psychic Dance Routine EP, their follow-up to their 2021 debut album How Flowers Grow. It was produced by Will Yip, and they’re introducing it with the fearsomely catchy “Opening...

Judiciary – “Paradigm Piercer”

Next month, Judiciary, the supremely sick Texan metallic hardcore band, will release Flesh + Blood, the long-awaited follow-up to their great 2019 album Surface Noise. We’ve already posted first single “Engulfed,” which rules. Today, Judiciary have also shared another song from the LP, and this one rules, too.

JJUUJJUU – “Nowhere”

Back in September, the psych-rock group JJUUJJUU released their first new single in four years, “Daisy Chain,” ahead of a performance at Desert Daze, a festival that was founded by one its head member Phil Pirrone. “We recorded two albums during the pandemic and Wednesday will mark the beginning of the next era of JJUUJJUU,” the band shared at the time....

SZA Says She Wanted To Sign With Odd Future Instead Of TDE

At the end of last year, SZA released her long-awaited album SOS. The LP proved to be an absolute blockbuster; it only just fell out of the #1 spot two days ago. In a couple of weeks, SZA will embark on her first arena tour. SZA is a genuine pop star now, but she doesn’t really carry herself like one. SZA generally seems shy and withdrawn, and she rarely...

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