Yelawolf – Trial By Fire (Album Cover/Tracklist/Release Date)

Yelawolf will finally release his third album Trial By Fire on October 27th. The 14-track project has guest appearances from Kid Rock (on ‘Get Mine‘), Travis Barker and Juicy J (on ‘Punk‘) among others. Trial By Fire Track List: 1. Trial By Fire 2. Shadows feat. Joshua Hedley] 3. Get Mine feat. Kid Rock] 4. Son […]

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Jeremy Greenspan talks Geej, a local label with techno and ambient dreams

Junior Boys’ Jeremy Greenspan has been producing music since the late 1990s, and now he’s got another project in mind – a record label. Geej fuses two Greenspan’s interests – experimental techno and fourth world ambient – and he’s keeping it local, basing everything around his studio in Hamilton, Ontario. John Twells finds out what […]

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Yelawolf Ft. Travis Barker & Juicy J – Punk (Official Music Video)

Video After The Jump Yelawolf cuts loose the ficial music video for his single titled “Punk” featuring Travis Barker and Juicy J. Out Now! http://smarturl.it/PunkYelawolf Follow Yelawolf: http://www.yelawolf.com https://www.instagram.com/yelawolf https://www.facebook.com/yelawolf

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Portland punk legends Dead Moon to release new art book and record set

The seminal punk band reunited in 2014 after an eight-year hiatus. Portland’s DIY punk heroes Dead Moon have announced a new art book and record set that documents the “complete history the band” as told by frontman Fred Cole, bassist Kathleen “Toddy” Cole, and late drummer Andrew Loomis, who died last year aged 54. According to Pitchfork, […]

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The apocalyptic future is now on Godspeed You! Black Emperor's Luciferian Towers

Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s latest Luciferian Towers digs through the same political muck the band has been navigating over the past two decades. Louis Pattinson combs through their romantic pessimism and finds more romance than usual on the sixth LP. Godspeed You! Black Emperor have always known things weren’t going to get better. In a […]

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Not Waving announces new LP Good Luck, shares first track 'Me Me Me'

Watch the didactic video for ‘Me Me Me’. London-based Italian producer Alessio Natalizia aka Not Waving has announced his new album Good Luck will be released on October 27 Diagonal Records. Natalizia has today shared the video for new single ‘Me Me Me’ – “an ego-pinching computer punk” about “how selfish we all are.” The chaotic video […]

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Singles Club: Björk's first single from her "Tinder album" is one to swipe right on

Each week on the FACT Singles Club, our writers rate and slate the biggest new tracks the last seven days. This week, we enter Björk’s hallucinogenic Utopia with the first single from her eagerly-awaited ninth album, while Burial returns from the shadows with another surprise new track, ‘Rodent’. Elsewhere, Four Tet gives us another glimpse at incoming new album New Energy, […]

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Playboi Carti Teased A Punk Rock Themed Project With Lil Uzi Vert –

It looks like Playboi Carti and Lil Uzi Vert are teaming up on a mixtape. Carti teased the project with this cryptic snap: Those two fine fellows are Captain Sensible and Dave Vanian from the famed English punk band The Damned, suggesting Playboi and Uzi will be further exploring the punk vibe that’s becoming bigger […]

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The Necessaries' Event Horizon is Arthur Russell's forgotten power-pop album, and it's fucking great

FACT reviews are back! Stay tuned every weekend for our writers’ takes on recent releases deserving dissection, and head to our all-new reviews section to keep track. Arthur Russell is best known for his experiments in folk and minimal avant-garde, but in 1982 he took a more conventional pitstop. Contributing keyboard, cello and vocals to New York quartet The Necessaries, the late musician helped create a […]

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Ariel Pink is beguiled by another outsider figure on the sobering Dedicated To Bobby Jameson

FACT reviews are back! Stay tuned every weekend for our writers’ takes on recent releases deserving dissection, and head to our all-new reviews section to keep track. Ariel Pink returns this week with his follow-up to 2014’s bombastic Pom Pom, on which his weirdo-pop wildness hit thrilling new levels excess. Where does he go next? And who exactly is Bobby Jameson, the […]

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