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Del Water Gap unveils anti-love song “Alone Together”

“Alone Together” is out on Mom + Pop: Stream Indie crooner Del Water Gap, the project of S. Holden Jaffe, returns today with a somber, anti-love song, “Alone Together,” accompanied by vocals from Samia. The track details the invisible heartache associated with a turbulent, young love. Racking up over 11 million streams on his folk-leaning breakout...

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Rezz promises an “evolved version” of her music on fourth album ‘spiral’

spiral to be released this fall via Rezz Music/RCA Records If you haven’t already been completely entranced by “Chemical Bond,” the latest single from Rezz‘s upcoming album, spiral, take the next 2:22 minutes and get lost in the dizzying chaos of tech distortions, echoing vocals, and sinister bass. Teaming up with Deathpact, the enigmatic duo that debuted...

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P4K Fest 2021 Day 3 Recap: Special Interest, Yves Tumor, & Erykah Badu

See P4K Fest 2021 coverage here. The final day of Pitchfork Fest 2021 is in the books! Capped off by Sunday Funday magic with headliner Erykah Badu, memorable performances by Tomberlin, KeiyaA, oso oso, Mariah the Scientist, The WeatherStation, Andy Shauf, Cat Power, and Flying Lotus, the festival closed with one of my favorite lineups of...

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P4K Fest 2021 Day 2 Recap: Faye Webster, Jamila Woods, & St. Vincent

See P4K Fest 2021 coverage here. The second day of Pitchfork Fest 2021 is in the books! Horsegirl, Bartees Strange, Divino Niño, Maxo Kream, and Amaaarae kicked off Saturday. St. Vincent owned the festival’s top spot, Kim Gordon‘s “Paprika Pony” gave me life, and Ty Segall & Freedom Band performed tracks off Harmonizer. See highlights from...

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P4K Fest 2021 Day 1 Recap: black midi, Ela Minus, and Phoebe Bridgers

See P4K Fest 2021 coverage here. Yesterday, Pitchfork Festival kicked off its 15th anniversary weekend with a great 14-act lineup led by headliner Phoebe Bridgers. The day saw performances by Armand Hammer, The Fiery Furnaces, Animal Collective, and Yaeji. Below are five highlights from P4K Fest 2021 Day 1: Hop Along Who wouldn’t want to spend...

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Five Reasons to Attend Pitchfork Fest 2021

Pitchfork Fest returns September 10-12: Tickets Pitchfork Music Festival will celebrate its 15th-anniversary event at Chicago’s Union Park this weekend! Here are five reasons to attend Pitchfork Fest 2021: 1. Phoebe Bridgers, St. Vincent, and Erykah Badu Are Headlining Pitchfork is delivering an incredible, female artist-driven top line with Phoebe Bridgers, St. Vincent, and Erykah...

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New Music Friday 004: Lady Gaga, Scoobert Doobert, Little Simz, & Drake

See all future NMF posts: HERE Week 4 of our New Music Friday series! Every Friday, we’ll share ten new releases you should know. Read New Music Friday 004: Lady Gaga – Dawn of Chromatica  Rejoice, Little Monsters, Dawn of Chromatica has arrived! Is there a single artist on this stunning remix album that wasn’t rightfully teasing...

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Premiere: Sylvan Paul – ‘The Places You Go’ EP [Interview]

The Places You Go EP is out now on Cool.Cool.Cool: Stream There’s inherent loneliness to the human condition, but experimental New York artist Sylvan Paul leans into the abyss of solitude on his latest single, “The Places You Go,” rather than shying from its magnitude. Released today on Cool.Cool.Cool. is Paul’s two-track EP by the...

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Watch The Weeknd’s new “Can’t Feel My Face” alternate music video

The Weeknd has unveiled a new alternate music video for his iconic song, “Can’t Feel My Face.” A surprise release for fans still enjoying “Take My Breath,” the video arrives as Beauty Behind The Madness, the 2015 album the song is lifted from, celebrates its 6th anniversary. The previously unreleased visual was the original music...

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Ten rising artists to add to your 2021 Bonnaroo schedule

See the 2021 Bonnaroo schedule HERE Bonnaroo‘s 20th anniversary is days away, and if you aren’t already deep-diving the lineup, I’ve got you covered. Of course, The Farm will be buzzing over Foo Fighters, Lizzo, and Tyler, the Creator headlining, but there’s nothing better than seeing new talent. So, here are ten rising artists to...

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