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Say No! More, A Game For Anyone Who Has Hated Working In An Office

Say No! More, A Game For Anyone Who Has Hated Working In An Office

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Interview: Bon Iver Production Designer, Michael Brown

The talented, Nashville-based designer discusses space, light, collaboration, and the emotional intent of music Bon Iver, best known for their haunting folk tracks, has undergone a sonic

Andy Shauf: Try Again

Joyful and a tad flirtatious, Toronto-based Andy Shauf’s “Try Again” depicts an awkward run in with an ex. But it’s far more than a note about loneliness: Shauf does an excellent job at developing the

Tennis: Runner

Lustful and romantic, “Runner” by Tennis (aka husband and wife Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley) sets the tone for the duo’s forthcoming album, Swimmer, which is set for release in February. The

Peter Cat Recording Co: We’re Getting Married

Slow and expansive, Peter Cat Recording Co’s “We’re Getting Married” is a tribute to the real-life marriage of one of the New Dehli-based band’s members. Frontman Suryakant Sawhney’s vocals carry the

Sony's PlayStation leadership is changing again

With the PlayStation 5 due next year, PlayStation is no doubt keen to get its ducks in a row. It's seen a number of managerial changes recently, and has now announced two new moves. Hermen Hulst,

Sony's PlayStation leadership is changing again

With the PlayStation 5 due next year, PlayStation is no doubt keen to get its ducks in a row. It's seen a number of managerial changes recently, and has now announced two new moves. Hermen Hulst,
Johnny Marr scotches Smiths reunion rumours: 'Nigel Farage on guitar'

Johnny Marr scotches Smiths reunion rumours: 'Nigel Farage on guitar'

Marr alluded to his political differences with Morrissey, after a fan asked about rumours of a 2020 tour spread by ‘a trusted source’Johnny Marr has dismissed rumours of a Smiths reunion after a fan

Fiona Apple: The Whole of the Moon

Five years after Fiona Apple wrote and recorder “Container” for the opening credits of Showtime’s The Affair, she’s contributed another track for the acclaimed show’s series finale. It’s a cover of

Odessa: Live On

With similar sensations to those evoked by a sun-soaked daydream, Odessa’s latest single “Live On” carries a message of empowerment. Through the California native’s lyrics and bright sonic palette,

Listen Up

From the ethereal to the chaotic, the lo-fi and laidback, our favorite songs from the week Leonard Cohen: Happens To The Heart The first single from Leonard Cohen’s posthumous album, Thanks for the

Alex Winston: Wash

Indie-pop singer/songwriter Alex Winston returns with “Wash,” an exercise in catharsis written in a cabin just outside of Reno, Nevada where the artist spent time working on her music. There’s an

Thom Yorke: Last I Heard (…He Was Circling The Drain)

Composed of more than 3000 hand-illustrated frames, the otherworldly black-and-white video for Thom Yorke’s “Last I Heard (…He Was Circling The Drain)” employs various animation techniques (including

Dan Deacon: Sat By A Tree

The lead single from his upcoming Mystic Familiar album, “Sat By A Tree” is almost immediately recognizable as Dan Deacon, through its unbridled energy and organized chaos. The dizzying tune is set to

Låpsley: My Love Was Like The Rain

From the forthcoming EP, These Elements (out 22 November on XL Recordings), “My Love Was Like The Rain” proves self-reflective, as Låpsley (aka Holly Lapsley Fletcher) outlines some of her attributes.

Listen Up

From funk by the late Fela Kuti to a jubilant pop track and a haunting hip-hop song, a few of our favorite tracks from the week Fela Kuti + Roy Ayers: 2000 Blacks Got To Be Free (Edit) Originally

Little Dragon: Tongue Kissing

Along with their 2020 tour announcement, Little Dragon has released “Tongue Kissing,” a song the Swedish band says is about facing one’s demons. “Forever broken minds, so unified / take me apart, take

Perfume Genius: Pop Song

The delicate new “Pop Song” by Perfume Genuis (aka Seattle-based Mike Hadreas) is actually quite experimental, ethereal and not quite a pop track at all. The tune is from The Sun Still Burns Here, a