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Next Week in Music | June 17-23 • The Not-Too-Short List: 21 Titles You...

The hits just keep on comin’. In bunches. Just like last week, you've got more than 20 names to add to your playlist. Some you probably know — like...

Next Week in Music | June 17-23 • The Long List: 410+ Releases On...

Today in rock ’n’ roll beginnings: Bob Dylan recorded Like A Rolling Stone in New York City in 1965; the Monterey Pop Festival kicked off in California in 1967;...

Next Week in Music | June 17-23 • 8 New Books

Everybody loves Joni Mitchell. Everybody should love Alan Vega. And next week, everybody can love them both a little more, thanks to a pair of new biographies. Also on...

Next Week in Music | June 17-23 • On TV

Here's the long and short of it: Your upcoming televised music comes in two varieties. On this side of the dial: Rockumentaries on Little Steven / Miami Steve Van...

Area Resident’s Stylus Counsel | Rounding Up The Musical Royalty

I stumbled upon a compendium of all the honorifics in popular music. You know — the King of Rock ’n’ Roll, the Godmother of Soul, etc. If you ignore the...

Thunder Pie | Summer Day / Don’t Go Away

We drive down to Raystown Lake, me and Arle and Milla and Piper. It’s one of those massive impoundments, a trillion acres of flooded forests and farms. On the...

Canadian Beacon | Geoffroy, Kroy, Julie Doiron & More New Sounds To Be Grateful...

A publicist who e-mailed me the other day began by announcing they were “sitting in gratitude” in their backyard. Really, they could have saved time by just deleting me...

The Grindhouse | MSRA, Bangladeafy, Hippie Death Cult & More New Insanity

I don't know about you, but the grind never stops around here. Thankfully, neither does the procession of killer tracks and videos from the heaviest of heavyweights from here,...

Rosina Bullen Is Your Personal Tour Guide On A Dramatic Trip To Tikal

Rosina Bullen invites you to join her on an emotional journey with her captivating debut EP Trip To Tikal — showcasing today on Tinnitist. On the intimate and riveting four-song...

Albums Of The Week: Earth Tongue | Great Haunting

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Acclaimed New Zealand heavy-psych duo Earth Tongue have just released sophomore album Great Haunting. It sees Gussie Larkin (vocals, guitar) and Ezra Simons (vocals, drums)...

Her Leather Jacket Wonder If They’ll Ever Be Famous

Her Leather Jacket pull back the curtain and give you a glimpse of rock ’n’ roll reality in their new single Famous — showcasing today on Tinnitist. The latest preview...

Ava Della Pietra Sees You Spying In The Rearview Mirror

Ava Della Pietra watches you gaze at her in the Rearview Mirror in her new single and video — showcasing today on Tinnitist. Captivating and visually stunning, the singer-songwriter and...

Evan Nicole Bell Does Not Want To Be Your Runaway Girl

Evan Nicole Bell puts the pedal to the metal in her searing new soul-rock single Runaway Girl — showcasing today on Tinnitist. The title track from the Baltimore singer-songwriter and...

Crones | Arsenic: Exclusive Video Premiere

Crones inject you with a massive hit of Arsenic in their blazing new blistering single and psychedelic double-vision video — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. The first transmission from the Prince George...

Taylor Kelly | Fit In: Exclusive Premiere

Taylor Kelly comes to terms with being an outsider in her introspective and immersive new single Fit In — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. A sleek, soulful slice of soul-searching and...

Albums Of The Week: Walt Disco | The Warping

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Written on both sides of the Atlantic, from Los Angeles and Austin to Glasgow and London, The Warping is a significant step forward from Glasgow’s...

Albums Of The Week: Feet | Make It Up

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Make It Up is the long-player followup to Feet’s debut album What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham, which catapulted them into the spotlight in...

Albums Of The Week: Cola | The Gloss

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “With roots in Montreal, Cola were formed by ex-Ought members Tim Darcy and Ben Stidworthy. Evan Cartwright, an in-demand session musician and collaborator in Toronto’s...

Albums Of The Week: Isobel Campbell | Bow to Love

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Isobel Campbell is no stranger to navigating turmoil. On her previous album There Is No Other (2020), she re-emerged after a decade of label trouble...

Albums Of The Week: Hermanos Gutiérrez | Sonido C​ó​smico

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Onstage, in an old church in Santa Fe during the tour for their last record El Bueno Y El Malo, brothers Estevan and Alejandro Gutiérrez...

Albums Of The Week: Staples Jr. Singers | Searching

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “When siblings Edward, R.C. and Annie Brown were growing up in Mississippi, they would pile into their family van and travel across the South, performing...

Albums Of The Week: Senyawa | Vajranala

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Vajranala sees the Indonesian experimental duo of vocalist Rully Shabara and multi-instrumentalist Wukir Suryadi explore how, over centuries, the natural world has shaped our society,...

Albums Of The Week: Diamanda Gal​á​s | In Concert

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Diamanda Galás In Concert is not simply a live album. With nothing but a piano and the full expressive range of her extraordinary voice, Diamanda...

Albums Of The Week: Black Country Communion | V

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Black Country Communion, the iconic rock supergroup featuring the talents of Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham and Derek Sherinian, have just released their fifth studio...

Albums Of The Week: Fu Manchu | The Return Of Tomorrow

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The Return Of Tomorrow is Fu Manchu’s first new album in six years, and the veteran desert-rock stoners made sure that it was worth the...

Albums Of The Week: David Bowie | Rock ’N’ Roll Star

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Rock ’N’ Roll Star is a five-album set that explores David Bowie’s journey from February 1971 through the creation of the Ziggy Stardust character, the...

Albums Of The Week: Little Feat | Feats Don’t Fail Me Now 50th Anniversary...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Little Feat have released a new Deluxe Edition of Feats Don’t Fail Me Now this summer, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the...

Albums Of The Week: Paul McCartney & Wings | One Hand Clapping

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The wait is over: One Hand Clapping, one of the most bootlegged live albums in musical history, has finally received a proper release. In August 1974,...

Albums Of The Week: Me First & The Gimme Gimmes | ¡Blow it​…​ At...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Twenty years after Me First & The Gimme Gimmes ruined Johnny's Bar Mitzvah, punk rock's premier cover band are back to wreak havoc on another...

Albums Of The Week: Moby | Always Centered At Night

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “On Always Centered At Night, Moby has once again conjured into reality a collection of heartachingly beautiful, tender-yet-defifiant songs, made in collaboration with uniquely talented,...

Albums Of The Week: Mono | Oath

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “What are we doing here?” The year 2020 turned what was once quintessential late-night stoner existentialism into a daily mantra for nearly everyone on this...

Albums Of The Week: Jim Cuddy | All The World Fades Away

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “How do you chronicle a life, especially as a widely acclaimed musician with a thousand hair-raising stories to tell, while simultaneously and simply documenting the...

Albums Of The Week: The Decemberists | As It Ever Was, So It Will...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “For over 20 years, The Decemberists have been one of the most original, daring, and thrilling U.S. rock bands. Their distinctive brand of hyperliterate folk-rock...

Albums Of The Week: Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs | Vagabonds, Virgins &...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Vagabonds, Virgins & Misfits, the third album by Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs, opens with a song about the one thing every rock band...

Albums Of The Week: John Cale | POPtical Illusion

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Despite POPtical Illusion’s playful title, John Cale’s second album in just over a year still contains the same feelings of fierce and inquisitive rage that...

Albums Of The Week: µ-Ziq | Grush

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Mike Paradinas, veteran producer and Planet Mu label owner, has written a new album called Grush and it's full of weird bangers that reclaim the 'dance'...

Albums Of The Week: Hockey Dad | Rebuild Repeat

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “After beginning as a pastime during surfless days, Hockey Dad have now been a band for 10 years. Built around their EP and three album...

Area Resident’s Stylus Counsel | The Kinks Kontroversy Kronikle

Any band that stays together for three decades will have their ups and downs, but it seems to me The Kinks had more than their share of drama. This London...

Piper Connolly Laments The Loss Of Her muse

Piper Connolly navigates the complexities of friendship and unrequited love in her latest single and lyric video muse — showcasing today on Tinnitist. In this track, the 13-year-old singer-songwriter explores...

Feez Da Popstar Wants To Be MTF With You

Feez Da Popstar hopes you want to be MTF (More Than Friends) in his new single — showcasing today on Tinnitist. Navigating the complex space between friendship and romance, often referred...

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