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Over the weekend, the controversy-avoidant and all-around-good guy Diplo was trending on Twitter because people thought he was living with and/or dating a teenager. It all started when, on Friday, 19-year-old Quenlin Blackwell had a TikTok live video in which she said, “I live with Diplo right now, and he fullly supports my endeavors” before…

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In our ongoing series The Number Ones, which is currently tracing its way through the chart-topping hits of the mid-1980s, Phil Collins is in the midst of good times right now. Here in the current timeline, not so much. The legendary drummer and ’80s pop star is feuding with his ex-wife and the president of…

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Casper Clausen has spent almost two decades as the leader of the Denmark synth-rock band Efterklang, who put out a Danish language LP last year called Altid Sammen. He’s also been involved with the side project Liima. Today, Clausen is announcing his debut solo album, Better Way, which will be out at the beginning of…

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Record Setter had been playing shows for six years, and Judy Mitchell doesn’t remember a single person singing along. She doesn’t really remember many people showing up, period — mostly friends around the Denton, Texas DIY scene and the bands that would indulge these Reddit lurkers to let off steam and accidentally wreck their equipment…

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Earlier this month we approvingly posted “We Love You So Much,” an advance track from the debut album by ambitious upstart Philly emo collective The Goalie’s Anxiety At The Penalty Kick. That album, Ways Of Hearing, is out this Friday, but an early stream is already online via New Noise.

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There hasn’t been a new Christmas standard for 26 years now. Not since Mariah Carey’s 1994 classic “All I Want For Christmas Is You” has a fresh original yuletide tune made its way into the canon. Some other songs have been shoehorned into Christmas rotation despite not actually being Christmas songs — please, I beg

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Back in May, the Texas singer-songwriter Edith Frost returned with her first bit of new music in 15 years, the Nothing Comes Around EP. Today, she’s back once more with a timely new song called “Little Sign,” which was recorded earlier this year and responds to the climate of 2020.

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Daniel Lopatin is releasing a new Oneohtrix Point Never album, Magic Oneohtrix Point Never, at the end of the week. He introduced it last month with a three-song Drive Time Suite that included a collaboration with Caroline Polachek called “Long Road Home,” which made our best songs of the week list. Today, Lopatin is back…

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Around this time last year, Xenia Rubinos put out a double single featuring some of the only new music she’s released since her excellent 2016 album Black Terry Cat. But today, Rubinos has returned with a stunning new track called “Who Shot Ya?,” which blends the soft and the aggressive, channeling both helplessness and empowerment.

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