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Groover Playlist 90 | Going Above & Beyond

The Hell Raisin' Hippies invade your space, Charlene heads for the border, Clay and Friends shake things up, 6ixexex is hard on himself, Toxi Faktory deliver some orders —...

Next Week in Music | May 17-23 • The Short List: 12 Titles You...

Chrissie Hynde sings Bob Dylan, John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas join forces, Monster Magnet journey to the past, Gary Numan intrudes, Reigning Sound return to reclaim their throne, Twenty...

Next Week in Music | May 17-23 • The Long List: 450 Releases On...

Supposedly, cows give more milk when they listen to music. Well, this week they've got plenty to choose from — about 450 albums, EPs, singles, soundtracks, anthologies, compilations, box...

Next Week in Music | May 17-23 • New Books

Two sides of Bob Dylan, a dose of Don Letts, a visit to Capitol Records and a deep dive into King Crimson’s “impossible” song. Read all about ’em (and...

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

Tom Jones offers an afternoon delight, Lord Huron have a busy weekend, Lil Nas X upgrades your Saturday night, Nick Jonas does double duty and Counting Crows are still...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

Losers aren't snoozers, Darla Jade shares her problems, Trezr plays it straight, Jerry Folk and Fengsel are making progress, Thee More Shallows are ready to boogie — and since...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

Foxxglove are out of synch, F/L/P/ pucker up, Michael Graff can't hold on much longer, Frameworks and Murge are on the verge, Cooper Bloom is bending the elbow —...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

Hybrid do their nails, ESA seem distant, ONR make a strong point, Ghost Twin share a pet project, Jessicka goes for the gold — and as always, there are...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

Allison Russell runs for her life, Matt McManamon cracks a smile, Molly Tuttle does it for the 'gram, Kay Jay Keller takes her pick — but there's no need...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

The Go! Team sock it to you, Jef Maarawi take his cues from Bob, Chet Faker gets a wax job, J Smith turns tragedy into triumph, The Real Shade are...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

The Absence think inside the box, Non Serviam keep their distange, Forgetting The Memories begin a new day, Eggvn have your order ready, Eastern High are kings for a...

Indie Roundup | 119 Tracks To Put A Spell On You This Weekend (Part...

Billy F. Gibbons draws a winning hand, Strange Bones are not keeping calm and carrying on, Velvet Insane are crazy for the ’70s, Loud Women are taking to the...

Albums Of The Week: Son Of Dave | Call Me A Cab

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Our boy Son Of Dave (aka former Crash Test Dummies MVP Benjamin Darvill) has written 11 golden songs on a $100 piano. Despite these humble...

Albums Of The Week: Damien Jurado | The Monster Who Hated Pennsylvania

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The Monster Who Hated Pennsylvania is Damien Jurado’s first release on his own label. The album contains 10 intense stories of people determined not to...

Albums Of The Week: Wreche | All My Dreams Came True

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Wreche, a high-stakes challenger of the metal genre, returns to unleash a violent haymaker with All My Dreams Came True. A colossal masterpiece, this album...

Albums Of The Week: Various Artists | The Best Of Doris Wishman

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Doris Wishman was one of the most prolific female filmmakers that most people have never heard of. The pint-size sleaze queen helmed a variety of...

Albums Of The Week: Steve Miller Band | Live! Breaking Ground: August 3, 1977

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Guitarist, multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter, bandleader, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Songwriters Hall of Fame electee Steve Miller has dug deep into his archives...

Albums Of The Week: Riley Downing | Start It Over

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “You may know Riley Downing from his work with acclaimed New Orleans combo The Deslondes, or perhaps from his similarly rootsy and wide-ranging catalog of...

Albums Of The Week: Pools | You & Us

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Hot on the scene, Swedish duo Pools have made quite the first impression with their singles Walk and Looking For Trouble. Now, they aim to cement...

Albums Of The Week: Matt Berry | The Blue Elephant

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The ever-prolific Matt Berry has crafted a psych masterpiece. Once again proving his artistic progression and ambition knows no bounds. Following the acclaim of last...

Albums Of The Week: Bala | Maleza

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Bala are not an ordinary band. Their influences range from the different faces of grunge to the big names of punk or stoner rock. This...

Albums Of The Week: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young | Déjà Vu 50th...

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s Déjà Vu was the most-anticipated new album in America in 1970. More than 50 years later, it’s one of the...

Albums Of The Week: Sons of Kemet | Black To The Future

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Saxophonist, composer, philosopher and writer Shabaka Hutchings returns with Black To The Future, the fourth album from his Mercury Prize-nominated outfit Sons of Kemet. The last...

Albums Of The Week: Juliana Hatfield | Blood

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Over the past four years, Juliana Hatfield has kept fans engaged and intrigued as she oscillates between impassioned original releases (Pussycat, Weird) and inspired covers...

Albums Of The Week: Paul Weller | Fat Pop (Volume 1)

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “We may be cursed to be in the midst a global pandemic, buffeted by all of its stresses and pain. But everyone knows that art...

Albums Of The Week: St. Vincent | Daddy’s Home

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “Daddy’s Home, the sixth album from Annie Clark aka St. Vincent, is the latest facet of an ever-evolving artist regarded by many as the most...

Albums Of The Week: The Black Keys | Delta Kream

THE EDITED PRESS RELEASE: “The Black Keys’ 10th studio album Delta Kream celebrates the band’s roots, featuring 11 Mississippi hill country blues standards that they have loved since they...

Rachelle van Zanten | Kelli Likes To Ride: Exclusive Premiere

Rachelle van Zanten is on the trail of a big wheel with her single and video Kelli Likes To Ride — premiering exclusively on Tinnitist. Deftly toeing the line between...

Green Grizz Drops The Drip

Green Grizz makes a splash with his wonderfully weird single and video The Drip — showcasing today on Tinnitist. Inspired by Erykah Badu and Juice Wrld, the game-changing hip-hop whiz...

Celogen Suffers From Self-Inflicted Ropeburns

Celogen is all tied up in knots on his unconventional single (Give Yourself) Ropeburns — showcasing today on Tinnitist. An unflinching exploration of the dark side of the mind, (Give Yourself)...

Chris Birkett Embarks On A Mission to Save Our Beautiful World

Chris Birkett thinks globally and acts musically with his inspirational new single and video Save Our Beautiful World — showcasing today on Tinnitist. Joined by a group of young singers...

The Mandevilles See Fading Colors In The Northern Lights

The Mandevilles watch Fading Colors In The Northern Lights in their grounded new single and video — showcasing today on Tinnitist. “Lyrically, it’s a bit ambiguous,” lead vocalist Serena Pryne...

Indie Roundup | 43 Songs To Set You Straight This Thursday (Part 3)

BXB Love pleads ignorance, Izzy Day tones it down, Sky Olson looks for a beacon, Bishop Ivy is hyper-focused, Cinélu is a real mother in more ways than one...

Indie Roundup | 43 Songs To Set You Straight This Thursday (Part 2)

Summersets turn back the clock, Gone Gone Beyond head for the wide open spaces, Kristen Martell shares a private picture, Chris Connelly raises a toast, The Gorstey Lea Street...

Indie Roundup | 43 Songs To Set You Straight This Thursday (Part 1)

De'Wayne makes one helluva mess, Riley Downing goes back to the drawing board, Bros are ready for pilot season, Faiyaz & The Wasted Chances get their shine on, Islands...

Groover Playlist 89 | Not Just Pop Songs

Balbec find symmetry in space, Parlez-Moi d'Amour share their conspiracy theory, Silent Nancy pipe up, The Resolute are on the move — and we're just getting up to speed...

20 Questions With Pollux King

Pollux King is on the rise. Especially around these parts. Born in Wisconsin but now living in L.A., the up-and-coming, genre-fluid singer-songwriter premiered her intensely personal single Anybody right...

Kele Fleming Serenades Cephalopods With Sea In Me

Kele Fleming rides an emotional wave with her remixed new single Sea In Me — showcasing today on Tinnitist. But if you think you know who — or even what...

Late-Night TV Music (Expectations ≠ Reality Edition) | May 12, 2021

You surely don't need me to tell you this, but as a general rule, expectations seldom match up to reality. For better or worse. To see both sides of...

Indie Roundup | 50 Songs To Burn Your Bridges This Wednesday (Part 3)

1976 makes a day of it, Lxvuri greets a new dawn, Thomas Cole shares his vision, Jennifer Elster tries to convince you, Caroline take a flying leap — and...

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