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Brian Eno Covers Lou Reed, Conjures the Titanic on New Album ‘The Ship’ [LISTEN]

Brian Eno just released The Ship, his latest full-length solo album on Warp. Apparently, the LP grew out of the legendary producer's fascination with World War I and the sinking of the so-called "unsinkable" Titanic. It plays like a pastiche, ...

Dak's '2 Face' EP Review [LISTEN] LA Hip-Hop Lyricist

LA rapper Dak shares his life experiences on his upcoming 2016 EP, '2 Face.' ...

Stream Bitter's Kiss' 'Love Won't Make You Cry' EP [LISTEN]

Stream Bitter's Kiss' 'Love Won't Make You Cry' EP right here! ...

Radiohead Share New Song 'Burn The Witch' [REVIEW]

Radiohead have shared their first new song of 2016, "Burn the Witch," with a bizarre music video to boot! ...

Post Death Soundtrack 'The Unlearning Curve' Album Review [LISTEN]

Post Death Soundtrack's 'The Unlearning Curve' album review. ...

Listen To Jamie xx, DJ Koze "Come We Go" From 'Pampa Vol. 1' Compilation

The compilation includes selections from Roman Flügel, Dntel, Gold Panda, Stimming, Mount Kimbie and others. ...

Kesha Returns To Music On Cover Of Zedd's 'True Colors'

Kesha at last releases some new music. ...

AlunaGeorge, ZHU 'My Blood' Review: Trio Lean Hip-Hop On 'I Remember' Single

ZHu and AlunaGeorge are back at it again with another new one. ...

Blink-182 - 'Bored to Death' REVIEW

Blink-182 release their first song since Tom DeLonge's departure from the band, off of their new album, 'California.' Listen to "Bored to Death" here. ...

Gold Panda "Pink & Green" Shared From 'Good Luck and Do Your Best'

Good Luck and Do Your Best will be released on May 27. ...

Moderat Conclude Electronic Pop Trilogy, Evoke Dystopian Dreamscape on ‘III’

III finds Moderat, the hybrid trio of Apparat's Sascha Ring and Modeselektor's Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary, embracing unrestrained, raw emotion while evoking a decidedly dystopian dreamscape. The album, which masterfully combines ...

PJ Harvey, Political Activist? ‘The Hope Six Demolition Project’ Reviewed

"The Hope Six Demolition Project" leaves one asking if English rocker PJ Harvey has turned into a political activist. The album was recorded in public sessions as part of a living art exhibit in London and was inspired by her travels to Kosovo, ...

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