There are so many new things to put in your ears!
Welcome to a beautiful time to be alive.
There’s a moment involving a goat that I think you’ll really like. Also: new music!
Rachael Cantu has a new project. It’s called ‘Little Brutes’ and the debut EP is released today!
In which we discuss fictional bands, Reality Bites, Erasure’s “A Little Respect” and more.
“Like if Goapele was a weekend, you’d need to take Monday off.”
Summer may be over, but these jams will take the pain away.
If you’re not already amped for Florence + the Machine’s upcoming album, here’s a new track to get you in the mood.
Check out some new tunes from Jenny Owen Youngs and Gillian Welch.
The lineup for Bonnaroo is ridiculously good this year, which means that you should read this post and discover some bands, even if you aren’t trucking out to the festival next week.
Michelle Branch has decided to make a return to pop music and release a new album this year. I am suitably stoked.
“I’m not here to cheer you up, if you want “happy” music turn on the radio. You probably won’t find me there… but most music I hear on the radio doesn’t make me feel happy.”
Some very lucky people are going to be bestowed giant awards of great import. Who will win “Best World Cup Anthem” or “Most Ridiculous Moment on Ke$ha’s Debut Album”? These people include Janelle Monae, Girl Talk, Lil Wayne and the entire country of Canada.
It’s time for year-end lists galore! Jess G. shares some of her favorite albums of 2010. What were yours?
Quality headphones make an excellent gift, either for yourself or someone else. Here are a few that we can recommend with complete confidence. Hmm what’s that? I can’t hear you I’m listening to Kaki King ON MY FANCY HEADPHONES.
P!nk’s Greatest Hits Record is about to drop but my fangirl heart knows it should probably be a two-disc set with the list of songs contained in this post. This is very important.
Here is a list of good Australian musicians nominated for this year’s ARIA music awards, as reported by a real Australian.
Let’s stop talking about Nicki Minaj’s so-called bisexuality and start celebrating the many out & proud female emcees in the Hip Hop community. Glennisha chats to Mz Jons, Lady Lust & Eyeris about their careers as openly gay Hip Hop artists.
Passion Pit cover The Ting Tings, Girl In A Coma cover Patsy Cline and Robyn covers Robyn. Gaga & Ono get their blues on, while Raimy Rosenduft & Holly Miranda get their podcast on. But you might forget all that when you see the cat play the drums.
Today we’re introducing British electronic producer Gold Panda. His stunningly beautiful debut album is ‘Lucky Shiner,’ and he’ll be performing several shows next week at the 2010 CMJ Music Marathon in New York City.