1. Two bad-ass ladies with bad-ass hair making bad-ass hard rock. 
Hear “Silk Road” by The Oath.
Photo: Joe Dilworth

    Two bad-ass ladies with bad-ass hair making bad-ass hard rock.

    Hear “Silk Road” by The Oath.

    Photo: Joe Dilworth

  2. When you can count the director of the Wagner Festival and Tom G. Warrior (the mastermind behind metal behemoths Celtic Frost and Triptykon) among your supporters, you must be doing something right.
Stream Noneuclid’s “The Black Plague of the Soul” now. 

    When you can count the director of the Wagner Festival and Tom G. Warrior (the mastermind behind metal behemoths Celtic Frost and Triptykon) among your supporters, you must be doing something right.

    Stream Noneuclid’s “The Black Plague of the Soul” now

  3. Stream a new Merchandise song, “Figured Out,” from its split Record Store Day LP with Destruction Unit and Milk Music.

    Stream a new Merchandise song, “Figured Out,” from its split Record Store Day LP with Destruction Unit and Milk Music.

  4. Premiere: Stream Beach House's contribution to The Space Project, a compilation of songs built around recordings made in space by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes.
Hear “Saturn Song” on All Songs Considered. 

    Premiere: Stream Beach House's contribution to The Space Projecta compilation of songs built around recordings made in space by the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space probes.

    Hear “Saturn Song” on All Songs Considered

  5. Premiere: Hear Perfect Pussy’s bouncing, noise-pop ballad “Interference Hits Fits” on the new episode of All Songs Considered. 
Photo: Drew Reynolds 

    Premiere: Hear Perfect Pussy’s bouncing, noise-pop ballad “Interference Hits Fits” on the new episode of All Songs Considered

    Photo: Drew Reynolds 

  6. Miss the Jungle premiere on KCRW’s Metropolis this morning? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Stream the anthemic “Busy Earnin’” from the London dance music collective. 
Photo: Oliver Hadlee Pearch

    Miss the Jungle premiere on KCRW’s Metropolis this morning? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Stream the anthemic “Busy Earnin’” from the London dance music collective

    Photo: Oliver Hadlee Pearch

  7. When you listen to “North Street,” a just-released song by the band Death, it’s hard to believe it’s more than 30 years old. The cut, with its urgent beat and relentlessly propulsive guitars, is part punk and part avant-garde rock. Death originally recorded the track in 1980, but it never saw the light of day — until now.
Photo: Tammy Hackney

    When you listen to “North Street,” a just-released song by the band Death, it’s hard to believe it’s more than 30 years old. The cut, with its urgent beat and relentlessly propulsive guitars, is part punk and part avant-garde rock. Death originally recorded the track in 1980, but it never saw the light of day — until now.

    Photo: Tammy Hackney

  8. Hear the new, keyboard-driven sound for Wye Oak in the song “The Tower,” from the duo”s upcoming album Shriek.

    Hear the new, keyboard-driven sound for Wye Oak in the song “The Tower,” from the duo”s upcoming album Shriek.

  9. Hear a new Hurray for the Riff Raff song and read an interview about Alynda Lee Segarra’s political and musical inspirations behind Small Town Heroes. 

    Hear a new Hurray for the Riff Raff song and read an interview about Alynda Lee Segarra’s political and musical inspirations behind Small Town Heroes

  10. With a driving rhythm and distorted bass line out of classic Bauhaus, Have a Nice Life’s “Defenestration Song” is a pitch-black post-punk party-starter for the gloomy. 

    With a driving rhythm and distorted bass line out of classic Bauhaus, Have a Nice Life’s “Defenestration Song” is a pitch-black post-punk party-starter for the gloomy