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The Horrors’ Latest Track ‘Something To Remember Me By’ Is A Memorable Risk

Southend-on-Sea’s quintessential English indie collective The Horrors are releasing their fifth album, coincidentally titled V, later next month September 22 via Wolftone/Caroline. After already unveiling the record’s lead single “Machine,” the band has continued its follow-up to 2014’s Luminous with the record’s closing track “Something To Remember Me By.” Brimming with euphoria, “Something to Remember Me By,” […]

Widowspeak’s Latest Single ‘When I Tried’ Is A Gorgeous Sonic Overlap

The New York-based indie outfit Widowspeak is releasing a new record titled, Expect the Best, August 25 via Captured Tracks. Just this June the band shared a video for its first single, “Dog.” Speaking with NPR on the song, frontwoman Molly Hamilton explained it as,  “the compulsion to move on from things and places, even people, when you’re […]

The War On Drugs’ Latest Single ‘Pain’ Is Dripping In Reverb & That’s Totally Cool With Us

In case you missed it, The War On Drugs have a new album coming out August 25. Leading up to the record the band’s unearthed some earth-shatteringly beautiful tunes. An eleven-minute ballad “Thinking Of A Place,” an absolutely dreamy Tom Petty-esque track titled “Holding On,” and the psychedelia Paradiso jam “Strangest Thing.” Now the band brings forth […]

The War On Drugs Ride A Blissfully Penetrable Wave Unto Their Listeners’ Eardrums On ‘Strangest Thing’

When The War On Drugs released their 11-minute track “Thinking Of A Place,” ahead of their forthcoming album’s announcement earlier this year it was largely understood the longtime band may now be at its greatest sonic understanding. Continuing to prove this notion further, the band’s now released its third track off its sixth upcoming studio […]

Coldplay’s ‘Kaleidoscope’ EP Is The Group At A New Sonic Height

Coldplay’s latest EP, standing at just five tracks is more of an extended pause for the powerhouse pop group than an extended play and marks a departure (sonically-speaking) from the monumental pop group its fans (and their fair share of haters) have come to know, love, and expect. This holds most true almost unmistakably in […]