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Tori Amos previews 15th album with new song "Up the Creek": Listen

Tori Amos will release her 15th (!) album next month through Decca Records. Dubbed Native Invader, it reflects on the power of nature and how humanity can often seek comfort and refuge in it. 175 more words


Top Tracks: Destroyer- "Sky's Grey"

Only an immensely talented lyricist such as Destroyer’s Dan Bejar could craft a chorus that repeats “I’ve been workin’ on the new Oliver Twist” and have listeners firmly believe it’s a line of great heft and richness. 282 more words


Lollapalooza Review: Arcade Fire Closes Festival with Career-Spanning Set

Photography by​ Heather Kaplan

The less-than-stellar response to Everything Now springs in large part from the fact that Arcade Fire relied so much on satire and sarcasm, while they had so long been powered by sincerity. 1,044 more words

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Tori Amos braces for the storm on new single "Cloud Riders": Stream

Tori Amos will return with her 15th album, Native Invader, on September 8th. Already, the singer-songwriter has announced two massive tour legs in support of the release — one in… 211 more words


10 Times Elvis Costello's Aim Was True

Dusting ‘Em Off is a rotating, free-form feature that revisits a classic album, film, or moment in pop-culture history. This week, Matt Melis celebrates 40 years of Elvis Costello with 10 albums all Elvis newbies should check out. 4,000 more words


Lana Del Rey / Lust For Life

Why is Lana Del Rey so obsessed with 1950s Americana? Why does each song sound – nearly – the same? Why does every track feel so emotionless and devoid of life? 433 more words