Christine and the Queens Shares New Song "rien dire"
"Rien dire" follows another recent single from Christine and the Queens called " Je the vois enfin," or "I finally see you."The single is called " rien dire," and it's set to appear on the upcoming album Redcar les adorables étoiles (out November 11 via Because Music).Christine and the Queens is back with a new song from the Redcar project.In February 2020, he released La vita nuova EP, which included the single " People I've Been Sad." Christine also teamed up with Charli XCX and Caroline Polachek for the single " New Shapes."
Bill Callahan Shares New Song "Natural Information"
Bill Callahan has shared a new song from his upcoming album .Revisit Pitchfork's 2019 feature " Bill Callahan the Family Man."The album features a full band sound that includes Callahan providing guitar and vocals alongside Matt Kinsey (guitar), Emmett Kelly (bass and backing vocals), Sarah Ann Phillips (B3, piano, and backing vocals), Jim White (drums), Carl Smith (contra alto clarinet), Mike St. Clair and Derek Phelps (brass).Listen to the regular version of the song below, or if you'd rather, settle in for the six-hour YouTube visualizer below.
Panda Bear Joins Teebs on New Song "Did It Again": Listen
Teebs has enlisted Panda Bear for a new song, "Did It Again."Last month, Panda Bear released the collaborative album with Sonic Boom.Check out Pitchfork's recent feature " Panda Bear and Sonic Boom Wring Joy Out of Terrible Times on Their Collaborative Album Reset," and read more about Teebs in Pitchfork's feature " The Golden Dawn: L.A. Beat Scene Origins."It leads a double-single released today by the Brainfeeder producer, alongside "NES."Check out both tracks in the playlist below.
10 Songs You Should Listen to Now: This Week's Pitchfork Selects Playlist
The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music.Each Monday, with our Pitchfork Selects playlist, we're sharing what our writers are playing obsessively and highlighting some of the Pitchfork staff's favorite new music.This week's Pitchfork Selects playlist features Mavi, George Riley, Joy Orbison and Overmono, and more.Pitchfork Selects: September 26, 2022 Mavi: "Baking Soda"Hagop Tchaparian: "Right to Riot"Hawa: "Gemini"Coco & Clair Clair: "Cherub"Floating Points: "Problems"Joy Orbison / Overmono: "Blind Date"Blackstarkids: "NUYORK V2*"George Riley: "Running In Waves" Miss Grit: "Like You"Daniela Lalita: "Pisoteo"
Pavement Finally Tried Their Album-Themed Pierogi
Rudy's Strudel rolled up with pierogi, stuffed cabbage rolls, and other pastries for the band on September 25.Pavement finally got to try the album-themed pierogi developed in their honor by an Ohio bakery at their Saturday night tour stop in Detroit.In August, Rudy's owner Lidia Trempe said she was inspired to develop Pavement-themed pierogi via her own fandom.The restaurant unveiled the pierogi at an event in Parma, Ohio last month, teaming up with a local brewery and a record shop, The Current Year.
10 Lesser-Known Acts to Catch at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass | KQED
Often cast as polar idioms, country music and the blues share deep roots that the best country artists manifest clearly.A spot on the HSBG roster often serves as the centerpiece for a wider West Coast run, providing strong tailwinds for the fall music season.Friday 3:55-4:45pm Towers of Gold Stage A first-generation Nigerian-American singer/songwriter, Joy Oladokun creates music from her perspective as a queer Black woman who's absorbed the forthright stance of artists like Tracy Chapman and Joan Armatrading.
Beck Covers Neil Young's "Old Man" for Sunday Night Football Promotion: Listen
Since releasing his 14th album Hyperspace in 2019, Beck has collaborated on re-worked material with Natalie Bergman and Paul McCartney.Beck has shared a new cover of Neil Young 's "Old Man," released to promote the October 2 Sunday Night Football game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.Revisit Pitchfork's Sunday Review of Beck's 1994 album Mellow Gold.Earlier this year, Beck joined Tenacious D and Dave Grohl to cover Seals & Crofts' " Summer Breeze " at a Los Angeles benefit concert.
Aphex Twin Launches "Sample Mashing" App
Aphex Twin and the engineer Dave Griffiths have launched a "sample mashing" app called Samplebrain.Aphex summarized the app in a statement through Warp: "What if you could reconstruct source audio from a selection of other mp3's/audio on your computer?Find the app on Gitlab.The concept, which has been in the works for some 20 years, arose after Aphex, aka Richard James, "mentioned an idea he had about something like a giant brain that you could feed samples to [...] to recreate a new sound you fed it," according to Griffiths.
The War on Drugs Release Two New Songs
Back in 2020, the band debuted an early version of "Oceans of Darkness" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they performed remotely via separate livestreams during the early days of the pandemic.In a statement about the studio version of the song, frontperson Adam Granduciel said: One night in LA, while we were many months into working on what would be I Don't Live Here Anymore, Dave [Hartley] uncovered a stripped-down demo in my Dropbox called 'Oceans of Darkness,' and insisted we tried recording it.
Has streaming made it harder to discover new music?
At the same time, the longstanding gatekeepers of pop music have seen their power wane greatly.Even some of the internet innovations that were supposed to replace the tired old music media appear to have gone the same way.In Britain, the music press is a ghost of its former self.Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill as used in Stranger Things - video We live in a world where music has never been more abundant, or available.And it was partly because the unexpected success of Running Up That Hill seemed to say something about how we discover and consume music in 2022.