POND may hail from Perth in Western Australia, but they’ve named their newly announced album after a different Australian state: Tasmania. The “sister album” to 2017’s The Weather is due out March 1st via Interscope Records. Produced and mixed by the psychedelic rockers alongside Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Tasmania was recorded in Fremantle, Western Australia.
Zach Condon’s beloved baroque indie outfit Beirut is set to return next month with a new album, Gallipoli. Due out February 1st via 4AD, the 12-track LP was previously previewed with the title track and the instrumental “Corfu”. Today, Condon has cut off a third piece of the record with “Landslide”. On the
It’s been almost five years since 2014 Filmmaker of the Year Dan Gilroy turned Los Angeles into a nightmarish playground with his incredible directorial debut, Nightcrawler. While his follow-up, 2017’s Roman J. Israel, Esq., earned Denzel Washington a Best Actor nomination, it didn’t exactly carry the same kind of dramatic edge
Behemoth are continuing their assault on the senses of the world’s metal fans today with the release of a new video. The clip for “Ecclesia Diabolica Catholica,” a track taken from the group’s 2018 album, I Loved You at Your Darkest, was directed by Grupa13, a production house from the extreme
The idea of being forced to repeatedly live through the same day over and over has captured our imaginations ever since Groundhog Day made a damn-near-perfect dark comedy out of it. After all, “dark comedy” is the definite ceiling for such a morbid concept that would likely drive most of us insane
Hip-hop fans are still eagerly awaiting word on a teased collaborative album from Noname, Smino, and Saba. After all, Noname and Saba’s put out some of our favorite albums of 2018 with Room 25 and Care for Me, respectively, and Smino’s NØIR wasn’t far behind. While the trio seem content to keep us agog, they did join forces
Bring Me the Horizon’s sound has changed drastically from their deathcore roots, as evidenced by their pop-leaning new single, “Medicine”, which the band released today along with a visually stunning music video. With the release of their sixth album, amo, just a few weeks away, “Medicine” marks the third song
Lords of Chaos, the new non-fiction horror-thriller from Grammy-winning music video director Jonas Åkerlund, tells the story of controversial Norwegian black metal band Mayhem. Following a premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, the project is scheduled for a wider release next month, and is being previewed with a new trailer. Today’s
Madonna rang in 2009 with a surprise appearance at Stonewall Inn, the iconic LGBTQ venue in Greenwich Village, New York. The Queen of Pop was recently named an ambassador of Stonewall and her New Year’s appearance kicked off a series of events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.