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Archives for September 2015


“MSMSMSM” English PC Music producer SOPHIE‘s Product will arrive as a series of singles ahead of being collected as an LP, and the latest twitchy reveal made it online today. Chock full of metallic clanks and chaotic, whirling electronics is “MSMSMSM,” which is streaming now. Coming in the wake of recent previews like “BIPP” and

Lana Del Rey

“Music to Watch Boys To” (video) Having recently released Honeymoon, gloomy pop singer Lana Del Rey has given the track “Music to Watch Boys To” its own video. The dream-like clip fulfills the titular suggestion of the sultry song by showing us shirtless dudes playing basketball. This is intercut with black and white images of

Nicole Willis & The Soul Investigators

Happiness In Every Style 8 Lightening up considerably after 2013’s gloomy Tortured Soul, the fifth offering by veteran American soul vocalist Nicole Willis (and third collaboration with Helsinki-based the Soul Investigators), Happiness In Every Style, is a sparkly, feel-good affair. As a “retro-soul” unit fronted by a dynamic and veteran female singer, the comparisons to


Foam Island 6 The idea behind Darkstar’s Foam Island is interesting, even if it’s been done before. Sandwiched between nearly every track are short one- or two-minute spoken-word interludes, taken from an assortment of characters, all providing commentary on community, society at large and personal gains and losses. What these tracks end up doing, though,


on Exclaim! TV Aggressive Tendencies Following the departure of vocalist Adrian Fitipaldes, Australian metalcore unit Northlane enlisted Marcus Bridge to lead them through their third studio record, Node, and the ensuing North American tour. Supported by the crew’s careening riffs and visceral edge, his vocals have helped elevate Northlane to progressive mastery. Northlane’s fan base

Phil Anselmo Reveals New Scour Project with Members of Cattle Decapitation, Pig Destroyer

Metal vocalist Phil Anselmo has had a rich career full of varied team-ups, including Pantera, Down, Superjoint Ritual and his backup band the Illegals. The genre icon has now announced he’s got yet another dynamic outfit in the works. Featuring members of Cattle Decapitation, Pig Destroyer and more, Anselmo’s latest band is called Scour. A


“Remember Me” (ft. Chance the Rapper) Kyle made a guest appearance on Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment’s album Surf earlier this year. Now, he has worked with Social Experiment figurehead Chance the Rapper once again, this time recruiting the famed Chicago MC for his track “Remember Me.” The song has a mellow, piano-flecked beat,

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