Queens, New York-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, and vocalist Alexandra Drewchin has announced a new Eartheater mixtape. Trinity is out this Friday (October 18) via Eartheater’s imprint Chemical
(Sandy) Alex G stopped by SiriusXMU recently, where he performed a cover of Shania Twain’s 1997 Come on Over hit “You’re Still the One.” Listen to Alex G’s take on the crossover country ballad below, check
Many years ago, Brian Eno called dub legend Lee “Scratch” Perry “one of the geniuses of recorded music.” Now, the two have collaborated for a new song called “Here Come the Warm Dreads.” The name is a
Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein was an answer on the latest episode of long-running American trivia show Jeopardy!. The full clue for the answer was: “Fred Armisen and this Carrie were co-stars and
Electronic duo Holy Ghost! have shared a brand new music video for their Work single “Heaven Knows What.” The Will Janowitz-directed visual is set in Hollywood’s iconic Italian restaurant Dan Tana’s, stars
By the end of the decade, drill had gone global. The UK, Brooklyn, Ireland, Boston, and other locales all developed drill scenes of their own. Looking at the past decade in hip-hop, it’s arguable no scene
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced its long list of nominees for the class of 2020. First-time nominees include the Notorious B.I.G. (in his first year of eligibility), Whitney Houston, Soundgarden,
Katy Perry, Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald, Capitol Records, and others are appealing a recent ruling that Perry’s “Dark Horse” plagiarizes a Christian rap single from 2009, Variety reports and Pitchfork confirm.