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Jennifer Aniston To America: “It’s Not Funny To Vote For Kanye”

As you may have heard, America is having a presidential election 11 days from now. You might also have heard that Kanye West, the fashion designer and occasional rap artist, is running. He isn't on the ballot in many states, and it's unclear whether this is more of a megalomaniacal ego quest or … More »
Tags: Music, News, America, Kanye West, Jennifer Aniston


Bon Jovi to campaign with Joe Biden

The '80s rock icon Bon Jovi is set to campaign this weekend with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in Pennsylvania, reports the Biden campaign late on Friday. Bon Jovi's new album '2020' is out now. New: @BonJovi will join @JoeBiden and @DrBiden during a trip to Pennsylvania tomorrow, per the campaign pic.twitter.com/ZL69HZTb2d — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Music, Politics, News, Joe Biden, Pennsylvania, Biden, Election, Bon Jovi, 80s, 1980s, Eighties


Tech Talk :: Changing 6 screw Fender to a 6 screw Gotoh Bridge

Author: Chuckracer Subject: Changing 6 screw Fender to a 6 screw Gotoh Bridge Posted: Fri Oct 23, 2020 5:42 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Hi, my Custom Classic S was ordered with a 6 screw Fender vintage style bridge. I don't like the Fender bridge and want to switch it to a 6 screw Gotoh (510TS-FE2). Will I encounter any screw spacing issues between the two? Thanks!
Tags: Music, Gotoh Bridge


Bon Jovi to campaign with Joe Biden in Pennsylvania Saturday October 24

The '80s rock icon Bon Jovi is set to campaign this weekend with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in Pennsylvania, reports the Biden campaign late on Friday. Bon Jovi's new album '2020' is out now. New: @BonJovi will join @JoeBiden and @DrBiden during a trip to Pennsylvania tomorrow, per the campaign pic.twitter.com/ZL69HZTb2d — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Music, Politics, News, Joe Biden, Pennsylvania, Biden, Election, Bon Jovi, 80s, 1980s, Eighties


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
Tags: Music, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Julien Baker, Quelle Chris, Ela Minus, Nilüfer Yanya, Respire, Tha God Fahim, Jay Nice, RU$H


Stream Ty Dolla $ign’s Immersive New Album Featuring Ty Dolla $ign

Ty Dolla $ign does so many features that back in 2016 I jokingly published a list of his 45 best guest spots of the year (I thought it was a complete rundown of his annual output, but I almost certainly missed some). In 2018 he was popping up on just about … More »
Tags: Music, Ty Dolla $ign, Ty Dolla


Stranded – “Post-Meridian”

Stranded is a mysterious/unnamed musician based in Atlanta who is, at least nominally, an electronic artist. The couple of EPs he's released so far bore tinges of house music, but he mixes those with a whole lot of other touchstones: He cites post-punk acts like Bauhaus and PiL alongside the classic '80s 4AD era. It's … More »
Tags: Music, Atlanta, Stranded


Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

Tonight's the big night — Zoom Party 2020, the livestream/festival for VIP donors to Stereogum's crowdfunding campaign. If you donated $100 or more and didn’t get an info email with the password this week hit us up at [email protected] asap! We've got performances from DIIV, Kevin Morby, Jess Williamson, Squid, Westerman, Porridge … More »
Tags: Music, Shut Up Dude


The Case Against Pierre Boulez

When conductors manage to continue performing into their eighties, their colleagues tend to soften their views, even of maestros who were once feared and despised. A shock of white hair and a newly tremulous tone of voice in rehearsals has helped many former tyrants come to be seen as benevolent fountains of wisdom. I can think of no other artist for whom this transformation was as complete, or improbable, as Pierre Boulez. When he was a young composer and polemicist in Paris in the 1940s and 1...
Tags: Art, Music, Paris, Pierre Boulez, 11.05.20


Stream Jeff Tweedy’s New Album Love Is The King

When the pandemic forced the humans of planet Earth into quarantine, a lot of folks started spending quite a bit more time with their families. That includes Jeff Tweedy. Although the Wilco frontman already maintained close relationships with his wife and two sons, living on lockdown, he found his family even more deeply enmeshed in … More »
Tags: Music, Wilco, Earth, Jeff Tweedy


OMD’s Organisation Is One Of The Great, Lost Synth-Pop Albums

Orchestral Manouevres In The Dark gave us an archetype. When you think of big end-credits drama and synth-pop swoon, when you think of that shorthand of an '80s prom ballad beamed in from our collective pop culture memory, you think of "If You Leave." You think of OMD’s signature song playing behind that climactic high … More »
Tags: Music, Sounding Board, Omd, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark


Chain Reaction, Anaheim’s all-ages concert venue, announces plans to close as supporters rally to save it

Anaheim’s all-ages club Chain Reaction announced that it would be officially closing its doors after being unable to host live music for the last seven months due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a post on the venue’s official Facebook and Instagram pages Friday morning, Chain Reaction decided to close indefinitely. Noting that the venue hadn’t received any financial help and had no clear path to safe reopening, the post said the club had paid to get out of the current lease. However, j...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Instagram, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, San Diego, Disneyland, Lenny Kravitz, Orange County, Concerts, Huntington Beach, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lincoln Avenue


Stream London Duo Girlhood’s Brisk And Exultant Self-Titled Debut

Girlhood are a London duo digging into a range of artful and exultant pop sounds from just before and after Y2K. Thanks to the 20-year nostalgia cycle, that's an increasingly popular reference point, especially among Girlhood's fellow Britons, but Tessa Cavanna and Christian Pinchbeck conjure something special … More »
Tags: Music, London, Girlhood, Stream London Duo Girlhood, Tessa Cavanna, Christian Pinchbeck


Ozzy Osbourne Says Eddie Van Halen Asked Him To Join Van Halen

Ever since Eddie Van Halen died a couple of weeks ago, all kinds of artists have been coming out of the woodwork to share their stories about the legendary guitarist. Some of them involve guacamole and possibly tears. And some of them involve drunken late-night phone calls from one rock music … More »
Tags: Music, News, Ozzy Osbourne, Van Halen, Eddie Van Halen, Ozzy Osbourne Says Eddie Van Halen


Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea Turns 20

The general-consensus narrative around PJ Harvey's Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea goes something like this: It's PJ Harvey's happy album. Harvey recorded Stories From The City after spending months in New York in some kind of mad, euphoric relationship. (Harvey keeps her personal life quiet, but the rumor has always been that … More »
Tags: Music, New York, PJ Harvey, The Anniversary, Harvey


The Composer Who Has Her Students Cook And Do Nature Hikes

Gabriela Lena Frank hosts the young composers in her apprentice program at her mountainside farmstead in northern California, where, she says, “we get rid of the shame of wrong notes. We make good food and I say, ‘You get to make mistakes here.'” As one alumna put it, “It shows you that music making is an earthly thing, so why not connect to the earth while we make it?” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, California, Gabriela Lena Frank, 10.23.20


HÆLOS – “I’m There”

Over the course of this year, the British electronic quartet HÆLOS have been following their 2019 sophomore album Any Random Kindness with a series of standalone singles. So far, that's resulted in "Unknown Melody," "Perfectly Broken," and "Hold On." Today, they're back with another new one called "I'm There." … More »
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Bongo Cat: perfectly simple online noise maker

Bongo Cat is a simply-drawn yet adorable cat that plays the bongos, the keyboard, a marimba, or various other noisy instruments. Just bash the keys and enjoy!
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Stream I Love Your Lifestyle’s New Album Of Indie-Emo Shout-Alongs, No Driver

With last year's THE MOVIE, the longstanding Swedish band I Love Your Lifestyle grew their small but fervent following. They look likely to do it again with No Driver, their new album out today. More »
Tags: Music, I Love Your Lifestyle


Mindforce – “Reign Of Terror”

Earlier this year, Hudson Valley hardcore heroes Mindforce came out with Swingin Swords, Choppin Lords, an absolute nut-crusher of a four-song EP. Swingin Swords, Choppin Lords remains one of the best, most potent hardcore records of 2020, and today, Mindforce have followed it up with a new track called "Reign Of Terror," released … More »
Tags: Music, News, Hudson Valley, Mindforce


Moog limited-edition theremin

The theremin is 100 years old, and Moog's celebrating the anniversary with a limited-edition model that looks like a 20th-century conversation piece. Claravox Centennial is the most versatile Moog theremin in history. Switchable Traditional and Modern performance modes allow players to select between classic heterodyne analog oscillators and multimode DSP oscillators (sine, triangle, saw, wavetable) with assignable scales, quantization, and octave ranges. — Read the rest
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Saweetie – “Back To The Streets” (Feat. Jhené Aiko)

The Santa Clara, California rapper Saweetie has scored a couple of big hits in the last two years, and the most recent of those, "Tap In," was a big enough deal for Post Malone, DaBaby, and Jack Harlow to jump on a remix. Today, Saweetie come out with a new single that's got … More »
Tags: Music, Jhene Aiko, Santa Clara California, Jack Harlow, Saweetie, Post Malone DaBaby


Stream The Mountain Goats’ New Album Getting Into Knives

We've already gotten one Mountain Goats album since the pandemic began, the classic "John Darnielle yelling into a boombox"-style Songs For Pierre Chuvin. But before Darnielle busted out his trusty old Panasonic to write and record that one, he and the Mountain Goats had already finished another proper full-band studio album called Getting … More »
Tags: Music, Panasonic, Mountain Goats, John Darnielle, Darnielle, The Mountain Goats, Pierre Chuvin


Speak Now Turns 10

Speak Now was a reaction. After two massive albums, as her star was ascending to new heights, Taylor Swift was tired of hearing that she didn't write her own songs. So for her third studio album, which came out 10 years ago this weekend, she decided not to write with anyone else -- let the … More »
Tags: Music, Taylor Swift, The Anniversary


Stream Chamber’s Intense Metalcore Debut Album Cost Of Sacrifice

The Nashville band Chamber make an extremely heavy form of hardcore, one that's both sharp and punishing enough to recall the halcyon early-'00s days of metalcore. The band specializes in gut-churn riffage and raw, commanding screams, and they keep their production sharp and precise enough that it sounds huge. Sometimes, Chamber play around with atmosphere-heavy … More »
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Bright Eyes – “Miracle Of Life” (Feat. Phoebe Bridgers)

Earlier this year, Conor Oberst reunited his long-dormant band Bright Eyes, and they released the strong new album Down In The Weeds Where The World Once Was a couple of months ago. Today, Bright Eyes have come out with a new song for an important reason. "Miracle Of Life," the group's new single, … More »
Tags: Music, Conor Oberst, Phoebe Bridgers, Flea, Bright Eyes, Jon Thedore


Hot Chip – “Straight To The Morning” (Feat. Jarvis Cocker)

Hot Chip are on a roll. The album they released last year, A Bath Full Of Ecstasy, was one of their best. This year, they followed that up by putting together a Late Night Tales mix that featured their cover of the Velvet Underground's "Candy Says" alongside a couple new songs. But Hot … More »
Tags: Music, Jarvis Cocker, Hot Chip, RÉALITÉ


Watch Matt Berninger Get Intense While Singing “One More Second” On Colbert

This deep into quarantine, you might find yourself forgetting just how weird Matt Berninger can be onstage. When the National are playing 500 shows a year, you might get used to it. Berninger does the deep baritone-smolder thing for a while, but then he gets loose and goes into all-elbows gesticulation mode, like he's so … More »
Tags: Music, News, Stephen Colbert, Colbert, Matt Berninger, The National, Berninger


Haim Cast Robert Pattinson As An “Emotional Vampire” For Their “3AM” Performance On Seth Meyers

The '90s-inspired R&B track "3AM" is one of the most popular songs on Haim's Women In Music Pt. III, and it's probably going to become more beloved now. Haim went all-out for their Halloween-themed performance of the song on Thursday's episode of Late Night With Seth Meyers. More »
Tags: Music, News, Seth Meyers, Haim, Haim Cast Robert Pattinson


Hybrid Theory Turns 20

"They had a plan." That was the late Chester Bennington, just before his 2017 death, reflecting on the first time he met his Linkin Park bandmates. That plan is what attracted Bennington to the band. At the time, Bennington was just past 20, but he was already done with the music business. Bennington … More »
Tags: Music, Linkin Park, The Anniversary, Bennington, Mike Shinoda, Chester Bennington