Washed Out Talks Soundscape of New Album: ‘I’m Figuring Out the Next Step’

“There’s not any kind of deadlines or any reason that I should be thinking about the next record. I’m just making stuff for fun.”


Lana Del Rey performing at Coachella 2014 (David McNew/Getty Images)

Lana Del Rey Announces ‘Ultraviolence’ Release Date

The album’s first single, “West Coast,” has already had an impact on radio and the charts, debuting at No. 17 on Billboard’s Hot 100.


CHVRCHES performing at Coachella 2014 (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

Coachella Announces 2015 Dates & Pre-Sale Information

Start making your festival plans for 2015 right now, party people.


(Colin Lane/Courtesy RCA Records)

Interview: Cage The Elephant Already Working On New Music

Matt and Brad Shultz say they’ve been writing a lot recently and already have a bunch of demos stashed on their phones. They’ve even started a friendly competition over who can write more songs.


(Courtesy of Sub Pop)

Interview: Dum Dum Girls on How a 19th-Century French Poet Inspired Their Latest Single

Despite “Rimbaud Eyes” being a very literary song, Dum Dum Girls leader Dee Dee Penny says the idea for the track off her latest album, Too True, came from a somewhat less intellectual place.


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Kaskade Compares Electric Daisy Carnival to Woodstock: ‘Our Time is Now’

“The parallels between where we are now and what was happening back in the late ’60s can’t be ignored,” the DJ/producer said.



Interview: The 1975’s Matt Healy Already Working On Next Record, Writing for One Direction

In Healy’s opinion, The 1975’s honesty and unabashed pop sensibilities are what drew fans to them. And in the end, has given them the freedom to be the band they’ve always wanted to be.


Win Butler of Arcade Fire (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for CBS Radio)

Arcade Fire (Sort of) Strikes Back at Deadmau5

Being in St. Louis, Arcade Fire also covered two of the city’s most famous musical icons: Chuck Berry and Nelly.


Deadmau5 (Chelsea Lauren/Getty Images)

Deadmau5 Goes Off on Win Butler for Coachella Comments: ‘Arcade Fire Needs to Settle Down’

Butler’s comment of “shout-out to all the bands still playing actual instruments at this festival” during the fest was all it took for Deadmau5 to lash out at the singer and his band.


(Timothy Saccenti)

Interview: Chromeo Put Their ‘Antiheroic Schmucky’ Stamp on the Love Song

“There’s no other ode to the castrated male on the radio today,” singer Dave 1 said. “In that sense our music means something in the context of other songs that are like, ‘I know you want it, I know you want it.'”


(Mark Davis/Getty Images for Coachella)

Dillon Francis Releases Remix of Daft Punk’s ‘Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger’ as Free Download

“Thank you so much for the support and love you show me day in and day out,” Francis wrote on his Soundcloud page with the free download.


(Tim Saccenti)

Interview: Future Islands on Polarizing Performances & Aerobics Videos

Since busting out all the right moves on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman,’ Samuel T. Herring and his bandmates, Gerrit Welmers and William Cashion, have gotten used to people gawking at them.


Win Butler of Arcade Fire (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for CBS Radio)

Fake Daft Punk Perform With Arcade Fire At Coachella

Anyone who thought they saw Daft Punk during Arcade Fire’s set at Coachella last night, we’re sorry to tell you, you were punk’d.


(Mark Davis/Getty Images for Coachella)

Woman Dies After Collapsing at Coachella of ‘Apparent Drug Overdose’

“We’re testing to find out whether drugs or alcohol are involved in the death,” Sgt. Curt James of the Riverside County sheriff-coroner’s office said.


Dallas Green of City and Colour sitting backstage at Coachella. (Jay Tilles/

Interview: City and Colour Just Want To Play Music, Hope People Actually Show Up

Dallas Green assumes you have no idea who he is and don’t quite understand how he got such a prime slot on the main stage at Coachella. And to be honest, he’s not quite sure how he pulled it off either.



Interview: Black Francis Conceived His First Son at Coachella (And Other Stories Regarding The Pixies)

There are many people claim to be conceived at Woodstock in 1969. Not to be outdone by the feckless hippies, Black Francis says that he conceived his first son at his first Coachella ten years ago. Cherish the thought.




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