After five years of relative silence, Brody Dalle has been anything but quiet lately. The former Spinnerette and Distillers frontwoman continues to drop ass-kicking singles from her upcoming solo debut, Diploid Love, out April 29th on Queen of Hearts/Universal. Today marked the release of “Don’t Mess With Me,” an addictive bad girl anthem that you’ll […]

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Yesterday HBO announced Catch The Throne, a hip-hop mixtape inspired by Game Of Thrones featuring music from Common, Big Boi, Wale and Daddy Yankee. What better way is there to psych yourself up for GoT’s fourth season premiere on April 6th? Today we got the first taste of Catch The Throne with Big Boi‘s “Mother Of Dragons.” He seems […]

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The mainstreaming of goth culture is something I’ve been following with great interest, so when I heard that CHVRCHES released a cover of Bauhaus’s “Bela Lugosi’s Dead,” I couldn’t wait to hear what they’d done with it.

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I love any new song that reminds me of The Supremes, so obviously I was psyched when Metronomy released the title track for their new album Love Letters.

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Did Beyoncé start a chain reaction with her surprise album? Since Bey Day on December 13th we’ve seen surprise releases from the LOX, Pixies and Del The Funky Homosapien, who released his free, self-produced Iller Than Most LP on Soundcloud yesterday. It’s a playful, minimalist record with elements of horror and sci-fi that feels heartier than its 34 minutes. […]

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Now is that weird time of year when we’re equally encouraged to reminisce about the best of 2013 and put a down payment on a 2014 Ford C-Max. Phantogram has ensured that we’ll have something to look forward to next year with “Fall In Love,” the first single off their upcoming full-length Voices, out February 18th […]

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It’s probably just one hell of a coincidence, but there are hints of the tropics, zombies, recklessness and youth in the latest from Australia’s Tropical Zombie. “Reckless Youth” is a musical collage just as zany as its name implies, combining tons of musical elements without going too overboard.  Listen for the hand drums two-thirds through (tropics!), […]

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Australian nu-disco titans Miami Horror are back with a new single, “Colours In The Sky.” Plinking keys and undulating synths hold down the track, while call-and-response vocals keep the listener hooked. It’s really too bad that it’s starting to get cold (at least in the hellish winterland of the Northeast); this song’s sun-drenched bass line […]

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