Le ultime notizie dei principali magazine musicali internazionali

Gli ultimi 5 articoli pubblicati dai principali siti e magazine intrenazionali di informazione musicale

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Le notizie dei principali magazine musicali online del mondo. In ordine sparso potrete leggere in tempo reale gli ultimi cinque articoli pubblicati dalle riviste e webzine internazionali di informazione musicale e culturale scelte da noi. Buona lettura. (La redazione)






  • Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week. The eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight. You can hear this week’s picks below and on Stereogum’s Favorite New Music Spotify playlist, which is updated weekly. (An expanded playlist of our new music picks is available to members […]
  • In recent years, Right Said Fred’s 1991 pop-house novelty “I’m Too Sexy” has been sampled on hit songs by Taylor Swift, the Drake/Future/Young Thug triumvirate, and Beyoncé. Queen Bey interpolated “I’m Too Sexy” on “Alien Superstar” from her recent chart-topper Renaissance, which has led to an angry exchange of words between artists.
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs played the Hollywood Bowl last night in support of their new album Cool It Down. They kicked off their encore by inviting openers Japanese Breakfast and the Linda Lindas onstage for a run through Kim Wilde’s new wave classic “Kids In America.” They also began the show with Mike Hadreas aka Perfume […]
  • Exhibit A is a new compilation assembled by the Philly “heavy punk” label Knife Hits, benefitting the Southern Poverty Law Center. The comp has a bunch of cool hardcore bands like Gel, FAIM, and HIRS, and at least two noteworthy covers. Bitter Branches, whose drummer Jeff Tirabassi curated the tracklist, cover PJ Harvey’s “50ft Queenie” […]
  • David Bowie had his Berlin trilogy. Neil Young had his crazy Geffen eighties. In 2002, Dan Bejar was in his Spain period, hiding out from the pressures of his other band, the New Pornographers, whose 2000 debut Mass Romantic had garnered international acclaim. Up until that point, Bejar had released contemplative, if verbose, folk-rock as […]






  • Italian rockers MÅNESKIN put their own spin on the good, old-fashioned rock power ballad with “The Loneliest,” a new single out today (Oct. 7). The group debuted the song last night during a surprise show in London. “This song means a lot to me,” says vocalist Damiano David. “It’s a personal song but I hope […]
  • It took five years for Alvvays to release a follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2017 album Antisocialites, but the Toronto-based band didn’t intend to be away for quite so long. The odyssey to get to their third album, Blue Rev (out now via Polyvinyl and Transgressive), was rife with setbacks and challenges. In fact, Alvvays […]
  • Name  Gavin Rossdale Best known for  Bush, a small dog and a few kids. Current city  On tour, two weeks from home…doesn’t matter…and no one told me. Dream city  Home. This has been a long year. Excited about  The Art Of Survival(Oct. 7). Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas with my boys. Current music  The Mars Volta, […]
  • Fiona Apple has resurfaced in an unlikely place: singing a track from the upcoming season finale of Amazon’s Lord of the Rings prequel The Rings of Power. “Where the Shadows Lie” was penned by Rings of Power composer Bear McCready and produced by himself, Apple and Apple’s manager Andrew Slater. It had already appeared in […]
  • Taylor Swift has revealed the complete track list for her new album, Midnights, which includes a guest appearance from Lana Del Rey on the song “Snow on the Beach.” Swift had been dribbling out one song title at a time over the past few days through her “Midnights Mayhem With Me” TikTok series, but late […]



  • It’s likely that if someone mentioned Bentonville, Arkansas your brain would register little to no thought—unless you’ve taken the time to read the labels on your groceries from Walmart or if you happen to live in the general vicinity.
  • Andy Bell, founding member of ’90s British shoegaze band Ride, has announced the release of three new EPs featuring remixes, acoustic versions, and covers of songs which inspired Bell during the creation of his most recent solo album, Flicker. The first EP, entitled, I Am A Strange Loop, is out now. It features remixes of […]
  • Fans last heard from indie rock outfit The Jins in 2019 with their Death Wish EP, and the band have returned earlier this year with “Metro,” the lead single from their upcoming album. After calling back to ‘90s guitar rock with their EP, today the band are evoking the early 2000s with their latest single, […]
  • Fiona Apple has shared a new song, “Where the Shadows Lie.” It is from the official soundtrack for season one of Amazon Studios’ The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. The song was written by series composer Bear McCreary and appears in the season finale of the show.
  • Ever since the pandemic interrupted the tour for their debut album, Salt Lake City-based band Sunsleeper have been making up for lost time. The band returned to the stage earlier this year with a series of tour dates and have spent the year sharing a string of singles leading up to their newly released sophomore […]



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  • Don’t come outside. TDE’s Ray Vaughn brings more aggressive content with his latest drop,”Tradeline (Freestyle)”. In the accompanying video, which clocks just under a minute-and-a-half, the Long Beach rapper confronts an opp at his house with a hand gun before perching on top of his car and unleashing a fiery flow. “I’ll blow the house […]
  • Same ol’ Gs, same chains. Hot off the release of their Only Built For Infinity Links, Quavo and Takeoff release the complimentary video to “Nothing Changed”. Directed by Keemotion, Unc and Phew depict their early years with younger versions of themselves and enjoying the fruits of labor filled with lavish meals, tons of jewelry, and […]
  • Fuck with me. G Herbo just released the first half of his Survivor’s Remorse double-album, and ushers in the occasion with his “FWM” video featuring Yosohn. From Chicago to Miami, the Kevin Mares-directed clip trails the Chiraq rapper flexing his jewelry collection inside his hotel suite, hitting up a few local marts, performing shows, and […]
  • From Detroit to Harlem. Jim Jones enters the premises through his “Backdoe” video alongside Icewear Vezzo and Dave East. Directed by Jim Jones alongside Shula The Don and Flee Flicks, the trio boast their rags to riches background while warning their opps from a rowdy nightclub. Detroit rapper Icewear Vezzo provides the infectious hook and […]
  • Buss it, baby! All Money In’s J Stone gets it in Miami in more ways than one in his new video, “Buss It Baby”. Shot by King Spencer and directed by himself, the L.A. rapper enjoys the company of his 305 delight from a sunset drive along South Beach to a romantic evening canoodling on […]


  • Men I Trust swoon, King Gizzard transcend & Tame Impala turn back the clock at an immaculate weekend at Lake Perris Before Desert Daze weekend, I’d already attended a whopping SEVEN music festivals in 2022 (Coachella, Cruel World, Just Like Heaven, Sound & Fury, This Ain’t No Picnic, Primavera Sound LA, CRSSD). To say it’s […]
  • Legendary indie rock band plays thrilling show in Washington, DC Death Cab for Cutie came through DC with their stunning new album Asphalt Meadows and a plethora of older hits to accompany it. You can check out photos from their set at The Anthem by scrolling below. The post Death Cab for Cutie at The […]
  • Kevin Morby, out on tour in support of his critically-acclaimed seventh record, This Is a Photograph, played the Fillmore in San Francisco on September 30th. Morby’s set included “Stop Before I Cry,” a love song to his partner, Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield, with Crutchfield sitting in the Fillmore balcony looking on, to the delight of the […]
  • Jamie xx, Fred Again.., Caribou & more wrap up a gorgeous weekend at Waterfront Park There really isn’t a better venue for an event like CRSSD than Waterfront Park. It’s the definition of picturesque, lying directly adjacent to the San Diego harbor, with the antique sailing ship Star Of India nestled in the background. There’s […]
  • Arctic Monkeys, King Krule, Helena Hauff & more close out an epic weekend at L.A. State Historic Park After arriving around 3 p.m. on Sunday at L.A. State Historic Park, I was already taken aback at how crowded everything seemed. By contrast, the first day of the festival felt under-attended. Day 2 felt like it […]


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