“Doctor Who” – Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall Leaving the Show in 2022

Jul 29, 2021 By Mark Redfern It’s been officially announced that current Doctor Who star Jodie Whittaker and showrunner Chris Chibnall will be leaving the show in 2022. The upcoming 13th season, expected to air this fall on BBC America, will be their last full season, although there will be three more feature-length special episodes […]

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LUMP – Stream the New Album, Plus Read Our Review of It and Our Interview with Them

Jul 29, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Steph Wilson LUMP (aka Laura Marling and Tunng’s Mike Lindsay) have released a new album, Animal, today via Partisan/Chrysalis. Now that it’s out you can stream the whole thing below. Also, on Wednesday we posted our review of the album (read it here) and yesterday we ran […]

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Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars + Anderson .Paak) Share Video for New Song “Skate”

Jul 29, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Harper Smith Silk Sonic are Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak (aka California musician/producer Brandon Paak Anderson) and they have shared a new song “Skate,” via a video for it. It’s another irresistible slice of smooth retro soul. Mars and Florent Déchard directed the video, which was co-directed […]

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Stand For Myself

Jul 29, 2021 Web Exclusive By Austin Saalman Upon the release of her critically-acclaimed 2019 solo debut Walk Through Fire, refreshingly imaginative, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Yola had been present, in some form or another, for nearly two decades. Initially affiliated with several groups, most notably British electronic outfit Massive Attack, she began pursuing a solo career […]

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Angel Olsen Shares Cover of Men Without Hats’ “The Safety Dance”

Jul 29, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Dana Trippe Angel Olsen is releasing a new EP, Aisles, which features covers of five 1980s songs, on August 20 via Olsen’s new Jagjaguwar imprint somethingscosmic (with a physical release on September 24). Now she has shared its second single, a cover of Men Without Hats’ 1982 […]

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Premiere: OSKA Debuts New Song “Woodstock”

Jul 29, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Hanna Fasching Vienna-based indie pop singer/songwriter OSKA made her debut earlier this year with her debut EP, Honeymoon Phase, a five-song taste of her understated indie folk charms. Since then she’s shared “Crooked Teeth” and “Lousy T-Shirt” from her forthcoming full-length debut album, and she’s now back […]

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LUMP – Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay on Their New Album “Animal”

Jul 29, 2021 By Larry Mullin Photography by Steph Wilson Web Exclusive Like a fading memory revived and now vibrant, a haunting dream brought to life, or a newly legible passage in your notebook that had long been scribbled over, the music of LUMP sounds like secrets arising from your subconscious. This suits the idiosyncratic […]

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Premiere: Radiator King Debuts New Video For “Haunts Me Now”

Jul 29, 2021 By Caleb Campbell New York-via-Boston troubadour Adam Silvestri returned last year with his third full-length album as Radiator King, Unborn Ghosts. The record sees Silvestri distilling his mix of punk, dusty Americana, and blues into his sharpest pastiche yet, pulling touchstones like Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, and Joe Strummer into a more […]

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Premiere: ALMA Shares New Single “Sips of Oxygen”

Jul 29, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Abbey Mackay Rising New York indie pop trio ALMA combines the carefully crafted vocal harmonies of The Staves with the freewheeling indie pop experimentation of Tune Yards and Dirty Projectors, creating a uniquely alluring sonic alchemy on their upcoming debut record, Mosaic. Their debut has been described […]

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Amyl and the Sniffers Share Video for New Song “Security”

Jul 28, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Jamie Wdziekonski Australian punks Amyl and the Sniffers are releasing a new album, Comfort to Me, on September 10 via ATO. Now they have shared its second single, “Security,” via a video for it that features singer Amy Taylor in a graveyard. John Angus Stewart directed the […]

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Arlo Parks Shares Unknown Mortal Orchestra Remix of “Too Good”

Jul 28, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Alex Waespi London-based singer Arlo Parks released her debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, back in January via Transgressive. Now she has shared a remix of the album’s “Too Good,” done by Unknown Mortal Orchestra (mainly the project of New Zealand-born Ruban Nielson). Listen below, followed by the […]

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Premiere: Small Reactions Share New Video For “New Age Soul”

Jul 28, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Ruben Alverado Indie pop quarter Small Reactions have coined their music as “nerve pop,” filled with strained energy, and adventurous musical instincts. These instincts have pulled in a variety of different directions on each of their three albums, most recently incorporating post-punk, new wave, and surf rock […]

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Under the Radar Presents: “Why Not Both” Podcast Featuring Laura Gómez

Jul 28, 2021 By Laura Studarus Welcome to Why Not Both Wednesdays. Every week, in partnership with Why Not Both podcast, we’ll be presenting new podcast episodes that explore how multiple passions inform the inspiring lives of musicians, writers, actors, and creatives. A long way from her role as Blanca Flores on Orange is the […]

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Premiere: Jack Galloway Debuts New Video For “Anima”

Jul 28, 2021 By Caleb Campbell London producer and musician Jack Galloway shared his new EP, Only Hours In, earlier this month, introducing Galloway’s freewheeling approach to love, music, and old-school singer/songwriter fare. Though Galloway was born and bred in London, his music has a distinctly West Coast feel, conjuring stadium-style balladry and easygoing emotional […]

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Bleachers Shares New Song “Secret Life” (Feat. Lana Del Rey)

Jul 28, 2021 By Mark Redfern Noted producer Jack Antonoff is releasing a new album under his Bleachers moniker, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night, this Friday via RCA. Now he has shared another song from it, ballad “Secret Life,” which features guest backing vocals from Lana Del Rey (whose work Antonoff often produces). […]

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Premiere: Strawberry Launch Debuts New Single “She”

Jul 28, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Will Montgomery New York-based indie pop newcomers Strawberry Launch are releasing their debut self-titled EP next week, introducing the world to their glittery, tropical style of pop. Since forming in 2018 and putting out their first singles last year, the band have locked into a sharply melodic […]

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Dry Cleaning Share Two New Songs: “Bug Eggs” and “Tony Speaks”

Jul 27, 2021 By Mark Redfern London-based post-punk band Dry Cleaning have shared two new songs, “Bug Eggs” and “Tony Speaks.” The double A-side single follows their debut album, New Long Leg, released in April via 4AD and the songs were recorded during the same sessions for the album and previously appeared as bonus tracks […]

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LUMP (Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay) Share Video for New Song “Gamma Ray”

Jul 27, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Tamsin Topolski LUMP (aka Laura Marling and Tunng’s Mike Lindsay) are releasing a new album, Animal, this Friday via Partisan/Chrysalis. Now they have shared the album’s fourth single, “Gamma Ray,” via a video featuring the band’s big colorful LUMP creature. Watch it below. In a press release […]

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