Mixed Media

February 2015

Behind the Scenes of the ‘Song One’ Soundtrack (video) (Premiere)

Take a look at the creation of the soundtrack to the Anne Hathway-fronted film Song One, set in the bourgeoning Brooklyn music scene, with music by Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice.


Rozwell Kid - “Hummus Vacuum” (audio) (Premiere)

Indie rockers Rozwell Kid take the pains of something not sitting well in the stomach and channel them into a song that really rips.


Whitehorse - “Baby What’s Wrong?” (video) (Premiere)

"Baby What's Wrong?" is an alluring cut of desert rock by the up-and-coming duo Whitehorse.


The Rua - “Without You” (video) (Premiere)

The second entry into PopMatters's six week behind-the-scenes look at the new album by the UK sibling trio the Rua is the lovely "Without You".


Molehill - “The Repeating” (video) (Premiere)

The latest tune by the Chicago rock outfit Molehill is an exercise in indie rock minimalism.


JJ Grey & Mofro - “Every Minute” (video) (Premiere)

With elements of joyous soul and smooth bluesy rock, JJ Grey & Mofro's "Every Minute" bodes very well for their forthcoming album, Ol' Glory.


TerronRissa: “Solo per la Verità (feat. Lord Madness)” (audio)

Aimed squarely at house parties across Italy’s suburbs, TerronRissa dispense their rhymes with humor and easygoing charm.


Complicated Animals - ‘In This Game’ EP (album stream) (Premiere)

The charming duo Complicated Animals is releasing a new EP and forging a new sound, one they are calling "Indie Nova".


‘Now53’ Is a Veritable Grab Bag of Chart Toppers (audio) (Sponsored Post)

Now53 is a big party, and all of the biggest and brightest stars in music of the present are invited.


CONTEST: The Stan Lee Starter Set

Enter for your chance to win this set, which includes a $50 Visa gift card, The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence, Meet the Marvel Super Heroes, a Stan Lee t-shirt, and candy bar.


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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

// Notes from the Road

"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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