Articles tagged pop

Freddie Nelson - “Hey Doll” (video) (premiere)

Freddie Nelson, sometime Paul Gilbert collaborator, offers up the first single from debut solo album Shake the Cage and reflects on its various points of inspiration.

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26 May 2017 // 1:54 PM

Katy Perry - “Bon Appétit” ft. Migos (Singles Going Steady)

Katy Perry sounds genuinely unhinged like she doesn’t quite understand how deranged and unarousing it sounds to compare yourself to a buffet

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The Grace and Beauty of Roxy Music’s ‘Avalon’

It's not often that great bands have the opportunity to end a career on a high note with their swansong song albums, but Roxy Music brilliantly did with Avalon.

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Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales: Room 29

These songs drift by languidly, as if they had been dipping into John Belushi’s barbiturate stash, leaving the listener somewhat foggy headed, but otherwise unchanged.

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St. Lenox - “When I Return” (video) (premiere)

Brilliant indie pop artist St. Lenox has a visual on tap to release 23 June and we've got the video premiere of "When I Return" as a preview.

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KNGDAVD - “Shame” (audio) (premiere)

KNGDAVD gets subtly sophisticated on latest single.

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Tess - “Love Gun” (video) (premiere)

French singer Tess impresses with some electropop island vibes in her latest video, "Love Gun".

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‘Shake It Up’: All the Music That’s Fit to Freak Out About

The Library of America’s rollicking greatest-hits volume of music criticism is an awesomely unwieldy pile of opinion that celebrates not just music, but the very act of appreciating and understanding it.

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Cartoon Lizard - “All in the Cards” (video) (premiere)

Canada's Cartoon Lizard share their latest video for “All in the Cards”, a simultaneously nuanced and extravagant tune decorated with warm harmonies, enticing riffs, and fun percussion.

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Corin Ashley: Broken Biscuits

An independent release filled with deep rewards for Anglophiles and power pop fans.

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Paul Weller: A Kind Revolution

In a career that spans 40 years, Paul Weller is still making vibrant, essential music and his latest album is among his most impassioned and focused.

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Talay - “CITY” (audio) (premiere)

Megan Talay's second EP veers in a totally different, and thrilling, direction than her first.

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Noah Kahan - “Sink” (audio) (premiere)

Vermont's Noah Kahan proves he is a folk pop artist to watch with his superb second single "Sink".

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AJR - “Weak (Cheat Codes Remix)” (premiere)

AJR's mega pop hit "Weak" gets a tropical remix from EDM producer Cheat Codes.

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Van Morrison: The Authorized Bang Collection

Van Morrison's Bang sessions have been bootlegged and shamelessly repackaged for 50 years. This collection brings it all together the right way.

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Bret Busch - “Ink Black Sea” (audio) (premiere)

Atlantan Bret Busch steps out with a new single designed to warm up the last up our remaining cold days with sheer glorious pop music.

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28 Apr 2017 // 2:20 AM

Ray Davies: Americana

The most quintessentially, idiosyncratically British of all British Invasion artists returns to a time of youthful idealism and a fascination with the American mythos that finds him exploring the titular nation in all its idioms, while also delving into his past.

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24 Apr 2017 // 9:20 AM

Sheryl Crow: Be Myself

The singer-songwriter reunites with producer Jeff Trott to deliver a strong return to rock and her earliest albums.

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Remembering Prince’s Greatest Epic: 30 Years of  “Sign ‘O’ The Times”

One year after Prince's shocking death, we celebrate his greatest musical achievement as it passes its 30-year anniversary: Sign ☮ the Times

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20 Apr 2017 // 8:46 AM

Jamiroquai: Automaton

After a seven-year hiatus, Jay Kay and band return with a sharp view of technological dominance.

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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