Le ultime notizie dei principali magazine musicali internazionali

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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)






  • Last month, Jay Watson of Tame Impala and Pond announced his project GUM was doing a collaborative album with Ambrose Kenny-Smith of King Gizzard & The Lizard titled Ill Times. They shared the title track, and now they’re back with “Dud.”
  • In April, Drake wrapped up his It’s All A Blur tour with 21 Savage. The merch included t-shirts with the words “Members Only” emblazoned on the back, and now the rapper’s production company Away From Home is facing a lawsuit from the iconic brand of that name.
  • Last month, Austin’s Font announced their debut album Strange Burden and released the single “Hey Kekulé,” which was also their third song ever (and an impressive one at that). Today, the post-punk band is unveiling “Natalie’s Song.”
  • Last month, Hinds announced Viva Hinds and released the extremely groovy tune “Boom Boom Back” featuring Beck, which followed February’s “Coffee” and earned a spot on our 5 Best Songs Of The Week list. Today, the Spanish rock duo is unveiling “En Forma.”
  • Next month, Jake Xerxes Fussell will share his new album When I’m Called. The folk artist has released “Going To Georgia” and “Leaving Here, Don’t Know Where I’m Going,” and today he’s unveiling “Gone To Hilo.”








  • Punk bands Speed, Scowl and Zulu are among the acts who will no longer play the event this weekend Several bands have cancelled their appearances at this weekend's Download festival over Barclaycard being listed as one of the event's official sponsors, due to Barclays providing financial services to defence companies that supply arms to Israel. […]
  • The two records have been remastered for an updated September release Two classic Japanese techno albums from the 90s are being reissued this September for their 30th anniversaries. Tokyo-basedMUSICMINE will handle the reissues of Ken Ishii's Reference To Difference and Susumu Yokota's Acid Mt. Fuji, which have both been newly remastered. The updated […]
  • Underground Resistance, Voices From The Lake and Shannen SP are among the acts playing the Dutch festival this September Tilburg's Draaimolen Festival has shared the full lineup for its 2024 edition. Returning to its usual home of the MOB Complex, the Dutch event's programme will be split across six stages, with Blawan and Pariah (AKA […]
  • Our French music columnist David McKenna reflects on how falling head over heels for the music of Françoise Hardy set him on the course he’s still following to this day, and reflects on the many peaks from her extraordinary career Francoise Hardy in 1967, photo via Wikimedia Commons As was the custom in pre-internet days, […]
  • The Polish festival will this year take in sets from Lankum, Kali Malone and more Unsound has confirmed the first wave of acts playing its flagship festival in Kraków later this year. Returning to multiple venues in the Polish city, the event will, as ever, host a number of exclusive and specially commissioned performances, this […]



  • With no “Strings” attached, Capella Grey brings the summer vibes for the ladies on his new record featuring French Montana and Fivio Foreign. Directed by Jack Tvrdes, the accompanying video spots the bachelors partying with folks from an outdoor party by the water and a barbershop to a local night spot. “Baby when you ready, […]
  • From the stellar regions of the soul, Common and Pete Rock bring forth their new collaboration, “Dreamin”, the second offering off their upcoming The Auditorium, Vol. 1 album. Over a sample of Aretha Franklin’s “Day Dreamin”, Common delivers his introspective bars referencing life’s inspirations and ambitions. “It was all a dream / I was talking […]
  • JasonMartin and DJ Quik are finally releasing their Chupacabra album this Friday (June 14) and the duo release one last offering, “Money, Cars & Guns” featuring Dom Kennedy. Over Channel Tres, JasonMartin and Thundercat’s booming production, Dom indulges in his fruits of labor with his top-notched flow. “I don’t be playing that’s why my show […]
  • Victoria Monet pays tribute to some of music’s legendary female artists in her “Alright” music video. Directed by Dave Meyers and choreography by Sean Bankhead, the striking visuals finds the Grammy Award-winning songstress donning iconic looks from Janet Jackson and Missy Elliott to TLC and Britney Spears. “Once he think he touched my soul / […]
  • NxWorries’ Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge bring Earl Sweatshirt and Rae Khalil onboard for their latest offering, “WalkOnBy” Anchored by Knxwledge’s production, Anderson .Paak, Earl Sweatshirt, and Rae Khalil stroll swiftly with their promising verses. “Nah, I don’t cry / It’s sad, but shit happens sometimes / What’s harder, finding happiness or family ties?,” raps .Paak. […]


  • Berlin-based artist drops eclectic & experimental single One of the latest artists and experimentalists to emerge from the cultural melting pot of Berlin is Texan-native Mo Van Zandt, encapsulating her distinctive approach to music production. Van Zandt, a versatile Berlin-based artist, infuses her work with the eclectic influences of Aphex Twin, DJ Shadow, and Thom […]
  • Gallery of portraits from BottleRock 2024, featuring Grace Bowers, Cannons, Gogol Bordello, Deep Sea Diver, BoyWithUke, Akira Galaxy, Jane Leo, and the Aquadolls. Plus, check out some special 3D-effect portraits!
  • Photo by Anna Pollack Indie sensation returns with first new single in two years On the heels of performing a series of solo, stripped-down concerts dubbed “The Lost Shows,” indie sensation Sophie Allison, a.k.a. Soccer Mommy, has released “Lost,” her first new single since the release of her excellent previous album Sometimes, Forever two years […]
  • The punk rock pioneers were NEAT NEAT NEAT in NYC along with openers Lenny Kaye & Friends and The Dictators Along with The Sex Pistols and The Clash, The Damned are credited with launching the first wave of punk rock in the U.K. and beyond. But unlike those other bands, they’ve been together ever since […]
  • New York dream pop vets come roaring back with first new single in a decade Spring has been relatively enjoyable in New York City for once and the music is helping that feeling thrive. The veteran dream pop band Mahogany has aided in that regard with the release of their latest single “A Scaffold” – their first new track […]


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