Exclusive: Watch Christopher Lloyd Kick Butt in this Behind-the-Scenes Clip from “Nobody”

Jun 22, 2021 By Austin Trunick Universal Pictures Home Entertainment is releasing their new action thriller, Nobody, today on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD. The release comes packed with additional bonus content, including breakdowns of each of the movie’s fight sequences. The Certified Fresh action film stars Bob Odenkirk as an everyday, underappreciated father who […]

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Premiere: Sarah Walk Shares New Live Version of “same road”

Jun 22, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Daniel Smith Coleman Following her 2020 sophomore album, Another Me, singer/songwriter Sarah Walk is back this week with her new EP, Simply. Walk’s latest work features reinterpreted, stripped-back versions of choice highlights from Another Me, along with a handful of new songs and even a cover of […]

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Low Announce New Album and Tour Dates, Share Video for New Song “Days Like These”

Jun 22, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Nathan Keay Low have announced a new album, HEY WHAT, and shared its first single, “Days Like These,” via a video for it. They have also announced some tour dates. HEY WHAT is due out September 10 via Sub Pop. Karlos Rena Ayala directed the “Days Like […]

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Premiere: Tamaraebi Debuts New Acoustic Version Of “Serious”

Jun 22, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Faith Aylward Alt pop artist Tamaraebi returned this month with his latest EP, Spectrum, once again pulling together spellbinding genre fusions which pull from psychedelic soul, synth pop, R&B, and funk. His sprawling approach to sounds and styles is quickly becoming a trademark for the Nigerian-born, London-based […]

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Premiere: Christopher Paul Stelling Debuts New Single “Wildfire”

Jun 22, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Joshua Black Wilkins Introspective folk troubadour Christopher Paul Stelling is returning this fall with his first self-released record in eight years, Forgiving It All. Recorded in the wake of the passing of his beloved grandmother, Stelling’s sixth studio album serves as some of his most introspective work […]

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Don Lifted Shares New Single “Golden (The Wait)” Featuring MadameFraankie

Jun 22, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Fans last heard from Memphis-based musician and visual artist Don Lifted (a.k.a. Lawrence Matthews) with the news that he signed to Fat Possum Records with new music on the way. We previously shared Matthew’s debut single with Fat Possum, “Lost In Orion” in March and since then he’s continued […]

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Damon Albarn of Blur and Gorillaz Announces New Solo Album, Shares New Song

Jun 22, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Linda Brownlee Damon Albarn of Blur and Gorillaz has announced a new solo album, The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows, and shared its title track. The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows is due out November 12 via Transgressive, his first the […]

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Premiere: Dana Sipos Debuts New Track “Hoodoo”

Jun 21, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Chris Dufour Canadian folk singer/songwriter Dana Sipos is set to return later this week with her latest album, The Astral Plane, releasing via Roaring Girl Records. Her newest record comes on the heels of critical acclaim for her 2018 record, Trick of the Light. Sipos took 2020 […]

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Premiere: Chanel & The Circus Debuts New Single “Life Takes Time”

Jun 21, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Shaina Rose Woolley Chanel & the Circus is an LA-based indie rock band, fronted by genderfluid musician and director Chanel Samson (they/them). They’ve been an electric live presence in LA’s queer DIY scene, including headlining an actual circus and cabaret event, but lately, Chanel has taken quarantine […]

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Premiere: Roscoe Roscoe Shares New Music Video “Jacob’s Ladder”

Jun 21, 2021 By Caleb Campbell Photography by Holly Whitaker London five-piece psych outfit Roscoe Roscoe made their debut last year in the midst of 2020’s quarantine summer with their single “Brain Retrieve.” Earlier this month the band returned with their follow-up single, “Jacob’s Ladder,” another taste of their melding of avant-garde rock, ‘60s psychedelia, […]

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Gone to Color Share New Song “Voyeur Nation” (Feat. Carson Cox of Merchandise)

Jun 21, 2021 By Mark Redfern Gone to Color are a new electronic rock band led by Tyler Bradley Walker and Matt Heim. They are releasing their self-released self-titled debut album on October 25 and now they have shared its second single, “Voyeur Nation,” which features Carson Cox of Merchandise. Listen below. Previously they shared […]

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Efterklang Announce New Album, Share Video for New Song “Living Other Lives”

Jun 18, 2021 By Mark Redfern Photography by Dennis Morton Danish trio Efterklang have announced a new album, Wildflowers, and shared its first single, “Living Other Lives,” via a video for it. “Living Other Lives” has a Talk Talk vibe. Wildflowers is due out October 8 via City Slang. Søren Lynggaard Andersen directed the “Living […]

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Sparks and Edgar Wright Dissect “The Sparks Brothers”

Jun 18, 2021 Web Exclusive By Owen Maxwell Despite a strong, fifty-year career that’s produced 25 albums, pop pioneers Sparks are equally described as being overlooked yet highly influential. From their 1960s debut as Halfnelson and through multiple reinventions they’ve gone from preppy pop, to Queen-style anthems, to electronic music, all with their cinematic kind […]

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Sally Shapiro Come Back From Retirement with New Song “Fading Away”

Jun 18, 2021 By Mark Redfern Swedish duo Sally Shapiro (the project of producer Johan Agebjörn and an anonymous singer who goes under the name Sally Shapiro) have returned with a brand new song, “Fading Away,” despite announcing in 2016 that they were putting an end to the project. What’s more, they are working on […]

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