"Black Heart" follows a flurry of pre-release singles for Velveteen Pink's self-titled album. Taking an initially more direct approach than the slippery funk of singles "Coldest Touch" or "Walk By Me", "Black Heart" bursts through the door with heavily processed vocals and an aggressive, percussion-led arrangement that culminates in a solo that sounds like the circuits on the P-Funk Mothership are overloading. The video, directed by Greg O'Connell, treads the line between expanded consciousness and nightmare fuel that perfectly matches the tension of the song's lyrics. The Athens, GA band's self-titled album will come out on 14 February, marked by a release day show at the Georgia Theatre.
Kyle Higgins explores and expands the world of the Power Rangers, creating opportunities and complications for a powerful event.
Alex Garland's follow-up to Ex Machina is a visceral cinematic experience that, while plagued with structural problems, delivers plenty of thrills and eye-popping spectacle.
Soul band extraordinaire Barrence Whitfield and the Savages produce their first ever music video for the heavy blues rock number "Let's Go to Mars".
The Aussie blues rocker's latest shatters the idea of hiding behind the image of what people want you to be, instead daring to be authentic and show the world who you really are.
This debut collection of stories by Anjali Sachdeva explores how our new gods are just as untrustworthy and capricious as the old ones.
The idea was to hit record and just see what happens. No overdubs, no edits, no touch-ups. What you hear on the EP are snapshots of a moment.
On his fourth album, jazz artist Alfredo Rodríguez chooses peace, hope, and sparkling piano.
After three compelling audio-visual albums as iamamiwhoami, a profound health scare inspired Jonna Lee to relaunch as a bold, talented solo artist -- for the second time in her career.
With the release of Songs That Sound Like Movies, the acclaimed singer/songwriter, novelist, and Tony Award-winning writer of musicals reflects on a career in which that rum drink is but an aftertaste.
The singer-songwriter's reworking of children's music by Alex Wilder is both simple and sophisticated, offering a renewal of a style of comforting pop that we simply don't hear much any more.
"Blue Moon", the latest track from High Up's forthcoming debut album, You Are Here, is a plaintive, slow-burning soul ballad that highlights the effortless, intimate majesty of singer Christine Fink's voice.
Is Rudimental's "These Days" the next great summer jam or is it just treacly sentimentality? Our writers debate...
Tel Aviv quartet theAngelcy do it again with some soul-laden acoustic blues in which two opposing viewpoints on romance consume each other.
Sally Potter's jolly, short little stab of a chamber piece black comedy isn't as smart a political commentary as it wants to be, but it's great fun nonetheless.
Improv Nation tells the long and astonishing history of the spur-of-the-moment stuff that makes audiences laugh.
Something is on Grant Lee Phillips' mind and there are no prizes for guessing what it is...
Experimental Artists YoshimiO, Susie Ibarra, and Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe Join Forces on 'Flower of Sulphur'
Three unique experimental music minds meet for a powerful improvisational recital in Flower of Sulphur.
Documenting Germanic resistance against the Roman Empire, Vuur van Verzet is a heavy yet textured work from the Scandinavian sextet Heidevolk.