Sunny Day Real Estate drummer William Goldsmith hasn’t always had the kindest words regarding his tenure with Foo Fighters. He had some specifically unfriendly comments about frontman Dave Grohl just last year, calling him “a schoolyard bully” who creatively “raped” Goldsmith by largely cutting him out of 1997’s The Colour and the Shape. Now,Read More →

In September, Jason Pierce’s space-rock project Spiritualized launched what would eventually become the 10th best album of the year, And Nothing Hurt. “With this record, Spiritualized has added yet another chapter to its wild, dreamlike musical legacy,” praised Consequence of Sound’s own Ryan Bray, “proving that rock isn’t dead andRead More →

In 2004, Bob Dylan appeared alongside Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima in a commercial spot that used his song “Love Sick”. The paranoid tune pulses as Dylan and the scantily clad but fully plumed Lima make blue eyes at each other from a distance. (She also makes off with hisRead More →

Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme is getting into the holiday spirit, as he’s announced the release of a new 7-inch featuring two Christmas-themed recordings. The A-side is a rendition of “Silent Night” featuring Homme with Australian blues singer-songwriter and guitarist C.W. Stoneking. The B-Side is a reading ofRead More →

Don’t act like you’re not impressed: Legendary San Diego anchorman Ron Burgundy is getting his own podcast. Will Ferrell is reviving his character from the Anchorman series for a new podcast from Funny or Die, to air on iHeartRadio beginning next year. Dubbed simply, The Ron Burgundy Podcast, the series has alreadyRead More →

Toro y Moi is set to release his new album, Outer Peace, on January 18th, 2019 via Carpark Records. Lead single “Freelance” showed off the dynamic new direction Chaz Bear has taken his project since last year’s Boo Boo. Now, new single “Ordinary Pleasure” continues that trend with its funky, disco-UMO sound. The song is the most playfulRead More →

Back in September, Noname gifted fans with Room 25, her first proper debut album and one of the best records we at Consequence of Sound have heard all year. Now, in continued support of that stellar release, the Chicago-born rapper has further extended her 2019 North American tour. Following a stateside stintRead More →