• The Van Pelt Announce First New Album In 26 Years

    8 days ago - By Stereogum

    The New York City rock band the Van Pelt have announced Artisans & Merchants , their first new album in 26 years. It's the follow-up to 1997's Sultans Of Sentiment , and it'll be released in March. The band has occasionally been active over the past decade, putting out an album's worth of rarities, Imaginary Third , in 2014 and playing some shows, but this is the first new material the band has recorded in over two decades. Today, they're sharing a music video for lead single “Punk House.” Here's what the band's Chris Leo had to say to Brooklyn Vegan about it:
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  • Fall Out Boy's Joe Trohman Taking Mental Health Break From Band

    Fall Out Boy's Joe Trohman Taking Mental Health Break From Band

    8 days ago - By Pop Crush

    Wishing you well, Joe Trohman.
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  • Phoebe Bridgers Is Also On The New Shame Album

    Phoebe Bridgers Is Also On The New Shame Album

    8 days ago - By Stereogum

    Big week for Phoebe Bridgers. This week, Bridgers announced a new boygenius album ; she's also got featured spots on just-announced albums by the National and Arlo Parks. And in a new NME cover story , Shame drummer Charlie Forbes reveals that she also appears on their forthcoming album Food For Worms , which is out next month. But you might not be able to hear her.
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  • Sam Gendel Announces R&B-Inspired Album Cookup, Shares 112 Cover: Listen

    8 days ago - By Pitchfork

    The jazz artist reimagined and reinterpreted music from Beyoncé, Erykah Badu, Aaliyah, Ginuwine, and others for his new album
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  • Fall Out Boy Enlist Pete Wentz Clones for “Love from the Other Side” on Kimmel: Watch

    8 days ago - By Consequence of Sound

    Fall Out Boy capped off a busy day on Tuesday, January 18th by appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform their new single, “Love from the Other Side.” Following guitarist Joe Trohman's announcement that he was taking a leave of absence, Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, and Andy Hurley played as... Please click the link below to read the full article. Fall Out Boy Enlist Pete Wentz Clones for “Love from the Other Side” on Kimmel: Watch
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  • Pink Floyd Announce The Dark Side of the Moon 50th Anniversary Box Set

    8 days ago - By Consequence of Sound

    Pink Floyd will mark the 50th anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon - one of the greatest albums of all time - with an expansive new box set due out on March 24th, 2023. The package includes a newly remastered version of the seminal album on CD and... Please click the link below to read the full article. Pink Floyd Announce The Dark Side of the Moon 50th Anniversary Box Set
    Alex Young
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  • Algiers - “I Can't Stand It” (Feat. Future Islands' Samuel T. Herring & Boy Harsher's Jae Matthew)

    Algiers - “I Can't Stand It” (Feat. Future Islands' Samuel T. Herring & Boy Harsher's Jae Matthew)

    8 days ago - By Stereogum

    Next month, Atlanta band Algiers will be back with a guest-packed new album called SHOOK. They've already shared “ Bite Back ” featuring billy woods and Backxwash and “ Irreversible Damage ” featuring Rage Against The Machine's Zack de la Rocha. Today, Algiers are back with “I Can't Stand It!” featuring Samuel T. Herring from Future Islands and Jae Matthews from Boy Harsher.
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  • Fall Out Boy Announce New Album As Guitarist Steps Away To Focus On Mental Health

    Fall Out Boy Announce New Album As Guitarist Steps Away To Focus On Mental Health

    8 days ago - By Stereogum

    Fall Out Boy are entering a new era, and they're doing it in a couple of different ways. Yesterday, the band announced plays to release their new album So Much Stardust , the follow-up to 2018's Mania , this spring. In that announcement, they shared their new single “ Love From The Other Side ,” which definitely sounds like a Fall Out Boy song. Later in the day, founding guitarist Joe Trohman announced that he's “stepping away from Fall Out Boy for a spell” to focus on his mental health.
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