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Motörhead Share Live Version of ‘Rock It’ From Upcoming 2012 Concert LP

Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister may have died over five years ago, but his legacy and music continue to live on. Now, a new live single, “Rock It,” from the upcoming Louder Than Noise… Live in Berlin set captures the irrepressible Kilmister and the band at a 2012 show in Berlin. The song is off the band’s sixth studio album, 1983’s Another Perfect Day. Live in Berlin, featuring 15 songs including staples like “Overkill” and “Ace of […]

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Courtney Barnett Offers Her Take on Sharon Van Etten’s ‘Don’t Do It’

Courtney Barnett partnered with Vagabon to cover Sharon Van Etten’s track “Don’t Do It.” The song comes from the forthcoming 1anniversary edition of Van Etten’s 2010 album, Epic, titled epic Ten. Van Etten calls Barnett “an important musical influence,” since 2014, noting that “from the first time we met, I felt I made an immediate friend. She added in a social media post, “I admire Courtney’s writing style in that she has […]

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Waxahatchee Covers Dolly Parton, Bruce Springsteen, Lucinda Williams on Deluxe Saint Cloud

Waxahatchee’s 2020 album, Saint Cloud just hit its one-year anniversary, and to celebrate the landmark, Kate Crutchfield did what 2020 wrought for musicians:  a live-streamed show. The content within that livestream beautifully evolved into a deluxe edition of Saint Cloud featuring three covers: Lucinda Williams’ “Fruits of My Labor,” Dolly Parton’s 1977 gem “Light of a Clear Blue Morning,” and Bruce Springsteen’s poignant HIV/AIDS songs “Streets of Philadelphia.” Crutchfield adds her own […]

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Moby Shares New Song ‘Porcelain’ off Upcoming Reprise Album

Reminiscing on a 30-year musical career, the DJ, producer, singer, photographer, activist, you name it known as Moby is reimagining 13 of his songs on Reprise, out May 28. The first track off Reprise takes on an ethereal vibe compared the original 1999 song. Explaining the album’s creation, Moby explains in a press release, “Sorry if this seems self-evident, but for me the main purpose of music is to communicate emotion, to share some […]

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St. Vincent Shares Snippets of Unheard Songs in New Daddy’s Home Trailer

Daddy’s Home, the album all St. Vincent fans have been anticipating, is only two months shy of its May 14 release date. Teasing the awaited LP, the singer released a short trailer reminiscent of a 70’s cop movie shot in NYC. It features snapshots of the singer pondering in a diner and alone in an empty apartment, rocking a blonde wig and outfits last seen nearly 50 years ago. Near the end […]

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Flaming Lips Shares Video for ‘At The Movies On Quaaludes’; Wayne Coyne Launches Weed Gummies

It’s a busy time for lovable Oklahoma oddballs Flaming Lips, as the lineup shares a cool clip for the American Head album track, “At The Movies On Quaaludes,” and singer Wayne Coyne announces a brand of Love Yer Brain cannabis products that will launch April 20. The line includes THC-infused brain-shaped gummies and will be celebrated with a 4/20 concert where the band performs 2020’s American Head in its entirety. The “At The Movies On […]

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black midi Announce New Album Cavalcade, Share “John L”: Stream

black midi are back. The London experimental rock band have announced that their sophomore album Cavalcade will arrive in May via Rough Trade Records, and today they’re sharing its lead single “John L”. The record is the highly anticipated follow-up to their widely-praised 2019 album Schlagenheim, and the first new material…Please click the link below to read the full article.black midi Announce New Album Cavalcade, Share “John L”: Stream Eli Enis […]

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Monster Magnet Shares ‘Mr. Destroyer’ From A Better Dystopia Covers LP

Monster Magnet has shared “Mr. Destroyer,” a cover of a song originally done in 1972 by cult band Pooh-Bah. The tune is from Magnet’s upcoming A Better Dystopia covers album, which arrives May 21 via Napalm Records. It’s the New Jersey-based band’s 11th studio album and first all-covers record. It’s the band’s first release since 2018’s Mindfucker LP. As Magnet singer Dave Wyndorf says about the birth of A Better Dystopia: “We all agreed that we […]

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Danny Elfman Shares New Song “Kick Me”: Stream

Danny Elfman is keeping his promise to release a new song every month this year. Following January’s “Sorry” and last month’s “Love in the Time of COVID”, the beloved composer has returned with another new tune called “Kick Me”. After releasing his first solo song in 36 years last fall,…Please click the link below to read the full article.Danny Elfman Shares New Song “Kick Me”: Stream Eli Enis For more, […]

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