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Last year, Marie Davidson, Pierre Guerineau, and Asaël R. Robitaille formed a new trio called Marie Davidson & L’Œil Nu. Songs from their debut album, Renegade Breakdown, will now get the remix treatment, starting with a Jlin rework of “C’est parce que j’m’en fous.” Check it out below. The remix series, released via Ninja Tune,
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Chloe x Halle have released a new music video for “Ungodly Hour.” The sibling duo premiered the visual on tonight’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Watch the futuristic clip (directed by Alfred Marroquín) below. Chloe x Halle released their debut album The Kids Are Alright in 2018, followed by last year’s Ungodly
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After Suicide frontman Alan Vega died in 2016, his friends and collaborators began assembling a wealth of unreleased material. Sacred Bones has announced plans to release a series of archival releases from the Vega Vault. First up is Mutator—an album of material recorded in New York between 1996 and 1998 with his wife and frequent
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Daft Punk, the Parisian duo responsible for some of the most popular dance and pop songs of all time, have split. They broke the news with an 8-minute video titled “Epilogue,” excerpted from their 2006 film Electroma. Asked if Daft Punk were no more, their longtime publicist Kathryn Frazier confirmed the news to Pitchfork but
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Charlotte, North Carolina rapper Mavi has released a new EP titled End of the Earth. It features five new songs that deal with themes of gun violence in Mavi’s hometown, the awkward stages of growth, success, and more. Check it out below. “End Of the earth is about humanity exhausting the home that doubles as
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De La Soul are the stars of a new episode of the Cartoon Network show Teen Titans Go!. The legendary rap trio fights a tentacled monster who steals their music, attacking it with a bazooka that amplifies Trugoy’s voice to send out powerful sound waves. The band and superhero squad spend the rest of the
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Kim Kardashian West has filed for a divorce from Kanye West, TMZ  and The Associated Press report. According to TMZ, the divorce is “as amicable as a divorce can be.” Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Kanye West and the office of Kim Kardashian’s attorney Laura Wasser. In July 2020, West suggested he wanted
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Toronto’s Ebhoni has released X, which is being billed as “her debut mini project/EP.” The four-song effort includes “X-Ting,” “Hit This,” and “MIA,” as well as a new track called “All to Myself.” Below, listen to X and also watch Ebhoni’s new BBY Chris–directed music video for “X-Ting.” Read Pitchfork’s interview “Ebhoni Is Reclaiming the
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Françoise Cactus, the singer, drummer, and co-songwriter of the prolific French-German indie duo Stereo Total, has died. The band broke the news on social media. “We are devastated to announce the passing of our beloved friend, singer and drummer Françoise Cactus,” Stereo Total wrote on the band’s Facebook page. “She died peacefully at home this
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serpentwithfeet has shared another new song from his forthcoming new album DEACON. Listen to “Same Size Shoe” below. The song is an exploration and discussion of the singer-songwriter’s dating life. “​I​ ​prefer to date and love on Black men,” serpentwithfeet said in a statement. “I don’t want to be with anyone who can’t go to
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Streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music have paid $424,384,787 in accrued historical unmatched royalties (or “black box” money) to the Mechanical Licensing Collective, the MLC announced on Tuesday. Once the MLC analyzes the data to pay copyright holders, songwriters and publishers who have applied to be MLC members will begin receiving royalty payments and
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Nick Hakim is issuing a fully remixed version of last year’s WILL THIS MAKE ME GOOD. It’s out February 26 (via ATO) and includes re-works by AceMo, Pink Siifu, KeiyaA, Slauson Malone, Big Thief’s James Krivchenia, and more. Hakim shared a new version of “QADIR” remixed by BADBADNOTGOOD with the news. Listen to it and
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Johnny Pacheco—the bandleader, songwriter, producer, arranger, and co-founder of the label Fania Records who helped popularize salsa on an international scale—has died, NPR reports. He was recently hospitalized, according to Fania co-founder Jerry Masucci’s brother Alex Masucci. No cause of death has been disclosed. Pacheco was 85. Pacheco was born in the Dominican Republic and
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