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Despite its title, Merchandise's After the End isn't an explicitly post-apocalyptic album—except in the sense, maybe, of a personal apocalypse.
If "I Want What You Have," the latest single from Brooklyn trio Shining Mirrors sounds authentically lo-fi, that's because it is.
On the last day of September, following the longest music-free spell in his 36-year career, Prince will release his 33rd and 34th studio albums. To celebrate, we've reprinted Prince's 1997 interview with director Spike Lee.
Almost 15 years have passed since the release of Seven More Minutes, the second full-length album by the The Rentals. Today, Lost in Alphaville, the band's third and most explosive offering yet, blasts its way into the public sphere.
In the video for "Vacation," Bas, the 27-year-old Queens rapper best known for his affiliation with childhood friend and labelmate J. Cole, is standing in a subway car departing First Avenue and 14th Street.
The past few years have placed the emphasis on group mentality—whether it's a mob, squad, or collective, it seems as though more artists are teaming up to form strong musical and personal bonds.
If your Spotify recommendations have had you doing double takes lately, it's with good reason: A spate of musicians have, of late, adopted groan-worthy pun homages as their stage names.
Three summer-2014-born songs that can help soundtrack the bittersweet sentiments as the season draws to a close.
We're excited to premiere "OOO AAA"—an enigmatic, R&B-infused gem that features Brodie Jenkins and Johnny Hwin's haunting vocals. The dichotomy of dark and light within the music makes for a catching, gorgeous track.
Won't somebody think of the true victims of our cruel society—people in the Hamptons who are running out of rosé? http://t.co/VcpizR9Pvo