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  1. Strange Ranger are continuing their impressive run of albums with Remembering The Rockets next month, the full-length followup to 2017's Daymoon. The Portland band have shared one track from it so far, "Leona," and today they're putting out another, "Living Free," a pillowy one that sounds like fireworks going off in … More »View the full article
  2. Swedish pop singer Lykke Li released her latest album so sad so sexy last year. And later this summer, she's releasing still sad still sexy, a companion EP of new music and remixes. Today, she's sharing a remix of the perfectly titled so sad so sexy single "sex money feelings die." … More »View the full article
  3. Marika Hackman is releasing a new album, Any Human Friend, in a couple months. We've heard "I'm Not Where You Are" already and today the English musician is sharing the album's second single, "The One." In a press release, Hackman says that its "probably the poppiest song I’ve ever written," adding: "I loved … More »View the full article
  4. Daptone Records is celebrating a milestone by releasing their 100th 45rpm vinyl pressing, dubbed Daptone's 100TH 45: The Daptone Family. The label has been home to many icons, such as the late Charles Bradley and Sharon Jones. Today, they're sharing the A-side, a song called "Hey Brother (Do Unto Others)" honoring the life of some of its musicians. More »View the full article
  5. Joy Division's iconic debut album Unknown Pleasures turns 40 years old on Saturday. To celebrate the anniversary, the band has announced Unknown Pleasures: Reimagined, a project in which 10 different directors create new music videos for each of the tracks on the album. More »View the full article
  6. Earlier this year, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O, alongside the producer Danger Mouse, released a collaborative full-length project entitled Lux Prima. The two are still working together and recently appeared on an episode of SiriusXM Sessions, hosted by Julia Cunningham, where they performed a few songs from Lux Prima as well as a cover of… View the full article
  7. Ben Folds Five’s debut album introduced the public to the idiosyncratic singer-songwriter’s wiles in 1995 -- but of course, Foldsheads* know that his recording career officially began in 1988 with the self-produced EP from Majosha, a band the multi-instrumentalist played bass in before breaking through. So you can imagine Danny Fonorow’s surprise when, while sifting … More »View the full article
  8. A previously unreleased Miles Davis album is finally seeing release. Rubberband was originally recorded in the fall of 1985, but was shelved after Davis made the transition from his longtime home at Columbia Records to Warner Bros Records. He would abandon it in favor of Tutu, which was released in December 1986, leaving the Rubberband … More »View the full article
  9. In The Number Ones, I'm reviewing every single #1 single in the history of the Billboard Hot 100, starting with the chart's beginning, in 1958, and working my way up into the present. More »View the full article
  10. Haruomi Hosono has become indie-rock's old It Boy in the last couple months, between Mac DeMarco pledging allegiance to the esteemed Japanese musician by covering him and inviting him on stage and Vampire Weekend sampling him on their new album Father Of The Bride. In a new … More »View the full article
  11. One of the most delightful aspects of this year's Record Store Day release slate was the promise of new Julien Baker recordings. Since she leveled up with 2017's Turn Out The Lights, Baker has not bequeathed us with any new solo tunes, though she was of course 1/3 of the braintrust … More »View the full article
  12. Enlarge / A 5G Intel logo is seen during the Mobile World Congress on February 26, 2019 in Barcelona. (credit: Miquel Benitez/Getty Images) Apple is still looking into the possibility of acquiring Intel's Germany-based modem business, The Information claimed yesterday, citing sources familiar with Apple's plans. Intel has reportedly considered selling off pieces of its modem business, and the heart of that business is in Germany, where Intel acquired and integrated Infineon for $1.4 billion in 2011. The engineers that ended up in that division previously worked on chips that ended up in the iPhone about a decade ago. This is not the first we've heard of Apple's interest in Intel's business. A Wall Street Journal report in April claimed that Apple was looking into making an acquisition then. In a statement to CNET and others, Intel said that it has seen "significant interest" in its 5G modem business but did not name any specific companies or partners. The statement is further quoted in CNET and AppleInsider, saying: Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  13. Google's first official picture of the Pixel 4. So you want some Pixel 4 news, do you? After rumors started flying that the Pixel 4 would support Project Soli, Google's radar-based gesture chip, Google has offered an official response. It's, uh, a picture of the Pixel 4. What you see above comes from Google's official hardware-focused "Made by Google" Twitter account, which, along with the picture, commented, "Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go! Wait 'til you see what it can do. #Pixel4." This is certainly not what we're used to from company PR, but we'll take it! With Google's official picture, we can confirm a number of things about the Pixel 4. First, there's a giant square camera assembly that looks like it comes out of the phone quite a bit. If the early renderings of the iPhone 11 from in-the-know people like OnLeaks are any indication, Google and Apple could have rather similar-looking devices—from the back, at least. Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  14. Mac Miller's first posthumous verse arrived today on "Time," the new single from Anderson .Paak's tour band the Free Nationals. The track features Miller rapping about leaving a relationship, growing while away, and yearning to return. R&B singer Kali Uchis delivers the hook, "Without you, I'm miserable / I think I got too comfortable," and one can't… View the full article
  15. DMV rapper GoldLink has released his sophomore album Diaspora. The new record is the follow-up to the breakout MC's 2017 debut At What Cost and continues the buzz built by his previous mixtapes The God Complex and And After That, We Didn't Talk. The new album is GoldLink's foray into a more afrobeat sound, and features… View the full article
  16. The lines between electronic music and metal have always been a bloody blur. The cross-pollination continues today.View the full article
  17. Enlarge / Project Soli in action. We're at least four months out from the typical Google Pixel smartphone unveiling, but that isn't stopping the rumor mill from churning. There are already a pair of reports pointing toward a Project Soli-based gesture system being in development for the Pixel 4. First, a refresher on what the heck Project Soli is. The project has been in development for years inside Google's ATAP group, with the first public showing happening all the way back in 2015. Soli aims to embed a tiny radar system into a chip that can be used to detect hand motion above a device. Google demoed gestures like moving the thumb and index finger together for a virtual button press or rubbing the two fingers together to scroll or turn a dial. It has always seemed like something that would be a good fit for a smartwatch, where the tiny touchscreens and UIs limit how much can be done on with smartphone-style input. Like many ATAP projects, Soli kept a low profile for years, and you would have been forgiven for assuming it was dead—until the project surprisingly gained FCC approval this January. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  18. Car Seat Headrest have announced Commit Yourself Completely, a new live album featuring performances of tracks on Teens of Denial and Twin Fantasy. The new album also includes the band's live take on Frank Ocean's "Ivy." Car Seat Headrest's Will Toledo offered some insight into the recording of Commit Yourself Completely, and the particular energy of their 2018 tour:… View the full article
  19. iCloud in the Microsoft Store. [credit: Samuel Axon ] Apple has released a new version of iCloud for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store, according to a recent blog post by Microsoft and a handful of Apple customer support documents. The new version claims to be a major improvement, with more robust features and more reliable syncing—the latter of those has been a common complaint for users of Apple's previous version. Features listed by Microsoft include: Access your iCloud Drive files directly from File Explorer without using up space on your PC Choose the files and folders you want to keep on your PC Safely store all your files in iCloud Drive and access them from your iOS device, Mac, and on iCloud.com Share any file right from File Explorer and easily collaborate with others—edits will be synced across your devices Interestingly, Microsoft says the new iCloud app is "powered by the same Windows technology that also powers OneDrive's Files On-Demand feature"—an unexpected technical and corporate partnership. But it shouldn't be too surprising at this point; despite the storied history and rivalries of the 1980s and '90s (as well as competition in areas like, yes, cloud services), Microsoft and Apple have largely played together nicely in recent years. Read 2 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  20. The Radeon RX 5700 XT. It has a funny dent in the top. AMD took the stage at E3 to announce its "Navi" family of GPUs. The company's new graphics cards are officially the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT and Radeon RX 5700. The 5700 series is launching July 7, making the GPUs a one-two punch alongside AMD's Ryzen 3000 series CPUs. AMD isn't tackling the flagship GPU market with the 5700 series. Instead, the company is aiming for more mainstream pricing with mainstream performance: the 5700XT is $449, while the 5700 is $379. AMD is positioning the cards against Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2070 ($499) and 2060 ($349), respectively, and claims performance wins in each comparison. The cards introduce AMD's new "RDNA" architecture, which AMD says has 1.25x performance-per-clock and 1.5x performance-per-watt over the previous generation. The chips are built on TSMC's 7nm manufacturing process, a significant shrink from the 12nm process used on the Radeon RX 590, and on Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080. The Navi die is significantly smaller than the previous-generation Vega design, with a die area of only 251mm2 compared to the 495 mm2 die area for Vega. The smaller die should make the Navi significantly cheaper to produce than Vega. Read 7 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  21. Bill Callahan's new album, Shepherd In A Sheepskin Vest, is officially out on Friday, though the beloved musician has been doling it out in parts over the last few weeks, and the whole thing is streaming elsewhere. (It made our 50 Best Albums Of 2019 … More »View the full article
  22. Four months from now -- four months from this Thursday, to be specific -- Baroness' Blue Record will turn 10. I don't know if that's an anniversary we'll celebrate on Stereogum, but it's one worth mentioning. And I'm old enough that I don't need an album's birthday to make me feel old, but this one … More »View the full article
  23. Punk rock legend and former Hüsker Dü/Sugar frontman Bob Mould released his latest solo album, Sunshine Rock, earlier this year. Today, he's announcing a new string of solo electric tour dates supported by Centro-Matic singer-songwriter Will Johnson in the fall. And he's also sharing another new track, a cover of the Buzzcocks' "I … More »View the full article
  24. The Raconteurs have released a new single from their upcoming album Help Us Stranger. "Bored and Razed" premiered yesterday on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show, and is now officially available to stream. The band have also shared an accompanying lyric video, in which Jack White's verses appear as projections on walls. "It's the first song… View the full article
  25. Over the last few months, Kindness has re-emerged with a couple new tracks: "Cry Everything," which featured Robyn, and "Lost Without," which featured Seinabo Sey. Today, the British musician is announcing their first new album since 2014's Otherness. It's called Something Like A War, and it'll be released in … More »View the full article
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