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Jack Antonoff has also released another solo single called “45” By Noah Yoo November 16, 2020 Jack Antonoff and Bruce Springsteen in Bleaches’ “chinatown,” directed by Carlotta Kohl Bleachers has returned with two new songs: “chinatown,” featuring fellow New Jersey native Bruce Springsteen, and another track called “45.” Below, listen to both songs and find the video for “Chinatown,” […]

Our weekly playlist highlights songs that our writers, editors, and contributors are listening to on repeat By Pitchfork November 16, 2020 The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, giving recommendations to […]

By Gil Kaufman 11/13/2020 A newly resurfaced gig by Van Halen from 1975 at Pasadena High School finds the soon-to-be-superstar band ripping through a 30-minute set of covers of songs by the Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, Deep Purple and others. As reported by Loudwire, The 30-minute, eight-song soundboard recording of the band working out some of their favorites three […]

Take A Daytrip return to produce the rapper’s first new song since last year’s 7 EP By Allison HusseyNovember 13, 2020 Lil Nas X has shared a new song called “Holiday,” his first solo single since he released his 7 EP more than a year ago. Produced by Take A Daytrip—who collaborated with the rapper on “Panini”—the song comes with a shiny, […]

Also stream new releases from Aesop Rock, Pink Siifu and Fly Anakin, Told Slant, Pa Salieu, and Cakes da Killa By Noah Yoo and Madison BloomNovember 13, 2020 With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new […]

Robert Grabowski· I seriously dislike these questions about artists, and who is best. A true artist is in no competition with anyone, other than himself. Jimi’s competition with himself led him to playing guitar most every waking hour of his life. He was driven, from the time his father saw him strumming a broomstick, and […]

Jon Mixon Outside observation: He didn’t try very hard – Jagger’s solo efforts are rather notable for their lack of “heft”. Despite being a decent songwriter and having the wealth and backing to make stronger albums, he just didn’t. It was always a side job – The Rolling Stones was (and remains) his major source […]

By Carl Lamarre 11/12/2020 The women of R&B may be running the show, but the genre’s most exciting male vocalists are redefining what it means to be a classic crooner. The Fearless Lyricist: Brent Faiyaz Before Faiyaz became an R&B smooth operator, he was a punchline-heavy lyricist looking to break into the rap game. It wasn’t until […]

By Melinda Newman 11/12/2020 Wednesday’s (Nov. 11) 54th annual CMA Awards had the distinction of being one of the few major award shows after the pandemic broke that hasn’t been pushed back or cancelled. It was also the first to push the boundaries of how live an awards show could be now, complete with co-hosts Reba McEntire and Darius […]

Inspired by Guns N’ Roses and co-produced by Ariel Rechtshaid By Eric Torres November 11, 2020 HAIM have shared a new song, “Feel the Thunder,” from the soundtrack to the new animated film The Croods: A New Age, as Rolling Stone notes. The song was co-written and produced by Ariel Rechtshaid and was apparently inspired by Guns N’ Roses. Check it […]

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