The titles of LCD Soundsystem’s two new tracks, ‘American Dream’ and ‘Call the Police’ tie rather aptly into James Murphy’s biography; two trustworthy notions that have Continue reading LCD Soundsystem Share Two New Tracks, ‘Call The Police’ and ‘American Dream’
In the swirl of cinematic Hollywood and modern pop, Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd seem connected by a dark, but divine fate. Del Rey continuously yearns for broken, unavailable men; the type that her Continue reading Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd are Tethered by Love and Fate on ‘Lust For Life’
The War on Drugs’ ‘Thinking of a Place’ plays out like one continuous shot. Unravelling over 11 minutes, Adam Granduciel sews together several episodes, whilst never quite Continue reading The War on Drugs Return with 11-Minute Epic ‘Thinking of a Place’
She-Devils’ obsession with the different hues of Americana’s vibrant musical history rises ethereally to the surface on ‘Hey Boy’, the lead single from their upcoming, self-titled debut album.
After the first line of his latest track, ‘Total Entertainment Forever’, you might’ve thought that Father John Misty was riffing off of Kanye West, but Misty’s true meaning beneath a facade of Continue reading Father John Misty Sings about VR Sex with Taylor Swift on New Track ‘Total Entertainment Forever’
With everything she has released, whether it was the retro lusciousness of Born To Die, or the soaring melodramatics of her last LP Honeymoon, there is always an air of the Continue reading Lana Del Rey Explores New Visions of Americana on Latest Single ‘Love’
With Father John Misty’s recent prolific streak of new music, his release record has fully embodied the idea of ‘blink and you’ll miss it’. Misty returned last week with the title track from his new album Pure Comedy before following that up swiftly with Continue reading Anyone else Struggling to keep up with Father John Misty?
You wouldn’t know that Laura Marling had her beginnings as an amiable English rose after hearing ‘Wild Fire’. It’s the second track from her upcoming album Semper Femina following the release of ‘Soothing’ last November and it’s a
The last time we heard from Ryan Adams was late last year, as he embarked on a project that was unexpected even by his envelope-pushing standards. A track-by-track cover of Continue reading Ryan Adams Shares New Track ‘Do You Still Love Me?’, Reveals Latest Album Details
Earlier in the year, I wrote an article discussing Jack Kerouac and Beat culture. The Beats were instrumental in the construction of counterculture, championing the alternative as well as the personal and societal other. The pivotal schism however was the warping of youth culture, sending countless adolescents on near-blind Continue reading The Beat Tapes: An Interview with Richard Grant