Huntsville, Ala., hip-hop duo G-Side is back with a new song and the story behind the reunion.
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Hear Colin Meloy’s Kinks cover from an upcoming EP.
Hear the new synth-heavy song by The Flaming Lips, “If They Move, Shoot ‘Em.”
Wooden Wand & the World War IV features what’s become James Jackson Toth’s own Crazy Horse: a crew of Birmingham, Ala., musicians who lock in like a hound around the neck of a boar. It’s all gnarly and distorted and downtrodden, big-men-with-big-feelings kind of stuff.
Hear TV On the Radio’s lush and dreamy one-off single, “Million Miles,” which premiered on public radio and All Songs Considered.
Windhand is one of those body-rattling stoner-metal bands whose decibels clobber the smoke-filled air. This is especially true in a live setting, in which masses of people are drawn to the riffs like moths.
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The Salt Lake City doom-metal band SubRosa isn’t out to reinvent the stone wheel, but it does offer a unique perspective by looking back to America’s melancholic folk roots for something darker and more soulful.
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Vattnet Viskar’s self-titled 2012 EP blazed through atmospheric, doom-ridden black metal with authority; it had promise for a style that’s been mined endlessly in recent years.
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