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“New Model” review: Pertubator evolves

(The cover art for Perturbator's new EP "New Model." Courtesy of Blood Music's youtube page.) With no notice and no hype, Pertubator released his EP...

Review: Seu Jorge brings out the beauty in Bowie’s music

In Wes Anderson's typically eccentric film "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" (2004), a young Portuguese member of Zissou's crew can be seen at...

Watch Thom Yorke trapped in a lift in Radiohead’s new video

Radiohead has released an official music video for the longtime fan-favorite song "Lift," a studio of version of which was finally released on the...

Revisiting David Bowie’s “Low”: a watershed in electronic music

In 1976, David Bowie was living in Los Angeles, snorting a lot of cocaine, making a lot of the wrong friends, and generally living...

St. Vincent’s new album MASSEDUCTION announced with new track “Los Ageless”

St. Vincent/Annie C+lark has announced her new album title MASSEDUCTION to be released on Oct. 9, in conjunction with the start of her "Fear...

St. Vincent’s “New York” video is sad, artificial and wonderful

St. Vincent has released a new music video for her song "New York." The song was first released in June and is expected to...

“Villains” Review: Queens Of The Stone Age Make Their Grooviest Album...

(Photo: The excellent album artwork for Queens Of The Stone Age album, "Villains." Designed by artist Boneface, image courtesy of Consequence of Sound.) After 4...

New Taryn Southern single composed entirely by A.I.

For those old-timers who feel that today's music is nothing but electronic noise made by computers, now they just might have a point. Singer-songwriter...

Pink Floyd’s debut: An underrated piece of psychedelia

1967 was an extraordinary year in the development of popular music, and rightfully so. The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper" and The Velvet Underground's debut receive much...

New outtakes show the band Radiohead could have been

When they recorded their third album in 1997, Radiohead's lead singer Thom Yorke noted in interviews that he wanted to approach a more positive outlook...