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Stream Bird Call’s Debut Album “Will We Get to Mars?”

Brooklyn’s latest electronic indie duo Bird Call are quickly soaring above their counterparts. The project was initiated by 28 year-old singer and musician Chiara Angelicola, who brought her songs to producer Bryan Senti to flesh out. Together, the... Read more »

The Pixies Announce New Release “EP-1″ Available Today

After the news that Kim Deal would no longer be part of The Pixies, their release of the new track “Bagboy” in June seemed surprising. But now, in an interview with the New York Times, Charles Thompson—lead... Read more »

Postiljonen – “When All the Wild Things Die”

After the release of their debut album Skyer a few months ago, Swedish outfit Postiljonen have been relatively quiet. They broke the silence today with a track that didn’t make that album—”When All the Wild Things Die”... Read more »

Karen O – “The Moon Song”

Karen O has lent her fantastic, otherworldy musicianship to movie soundtracks before—her unforgettable score for Spike Jonze’s feature film adaptation of Where The Wild Things Are in 2009 will be in the cultural consciousness for longer than... Read more »

Misty Miller – “Taxicab”

On the heels of her two EPs from earlier this year, Girlfriend and Next to You respectively, London’s teenage grunge-rocker Misty Miller has a new track. The careening “Taxicab” follows in the same vein of her blues-infused rock... Read more »

Listen to Paul McCartney’s First Single “New” Which Was Produced by Mark Ronson

There’s a new Paul McCartney album and it’s conveniently titled New. He’s shared the title track from the project on his Soundcloud and it is available for streaming here. The track was produced by Grammy-winning producer and... Read more »

Lucius – “Tempest”

Brooklyn indie pop group Lucius have released another single from their forthcoming Mom + Pop debut album Wildewoman. Their latest is entitled “Tempest” and features, as always, the twin vocal stylings of Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig.... Read more »

Stream the Bedroom Pop of White Poppy’s Self-Titled Album

We first caught wind of White Poppy last month, posting her Drifter’s Gold EP and later “Darkness Turns to Light” the first single from her forthcoming self-titled full-length. White Poppy is the bedroom-therapy-pop recording project of British... Read more »

I Have a Tribe – “Monsoon”

Ireland is an island, or rather, part of an island, that’s been fraught with trauma and strife for decades. Maybe that’s what makes it so easy to hear authentic sadness and pain in the music and... Read more »

An Interview With Nobody

There’s a plaza at the intersection of 75th Street and First Avenue in the Upper East Side of mostly occupied by pigeons, passerbys and the wandering, transient citizens of New York. It’s an odd place to... Read more »