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Snail Mail defied fears of the sophomore slump to make ‘Valentine’
Snail Mail defied fears of the sophomore slump to make ‘Valentine’
When it was time to start work on the second Snail Mail album, Lindsey Jordan only had a couple of songs ready. “If I don’t actually have anything to write about, I’m not gonna write anything. I don’t want to. I don’t want to waste my time — I don’t want to waste anybody else’s time,” she says. Speaking on Zoom from a London hotel room she’s j...
Gang Of Four on what they learned from James Brown, COVID-19 and more
Gang Of Four on what they learned from James Brown, COVID-19 and more
Welcome to the second installment of our exclusive two-part conversation with Leeds, U.K. post-punk icons Gang Of Four, represented by singer Jon King and drummer Hugo Burnham. We learned last time what the Marxist funkateers picked up from organizing political demonstrations and seeing early punk bands in the student refectory as Leeds University students...
Royal Blood unleash action-packed video for new single “Limbo”—watch
Royal Blood unleash action-packed video for new single “Limbo”—watch
In just under a month, British duo Royal Blood are dropping their highly-anticipated third studio album Typhoons. Now, vocalist Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher are back with another stunning visual from the LP.  On April 1, they released an action-packed video for their latest single “Limbo,” which hit streaming services March 25. Read more: Arc... Read More ...
girl in red transforms the Weeknd’s hit into an angsty pop-punk song
girl in red transforms the Weeknd’s hit into an angsty pop-punk song
girl in red is back with another cover for fans. This time around, she has transformed the Weeknd’s hit single “Save Your Tears” into the ultimate pop-punk banger. The Norwegian singer has also debuted a powerful live performance of her recently released song “rue,” which is inspired by Zendaya’s character on HBO’s Euphoria. The new track appears on girl in red’s u...
Spotify pranks users with bizarre “Discover Weekly” playlist
Spotify pranks users with bizarre “Discover Weekly” playlist
Spotify duped us all with this subtle April Fool’s Day prank that many people fell for. If users attempted to listen to their “Discover Weekly” playlist on Monday, which usually suggests songs based on their listening patterns, they were probably a bit confused when the entire playlist was full of disco cover songs. Read more: BAB... Read More ...