Rico Nasty, like a true pop star, will never stop never stopping. Today, following her recently one-off singles “Hard,” “IDGAF,” and last month’s “Lightning,” she’s back with another new track, the sing-songy “Popstar.” “Popstar, rockstar, popstar, rockstar,” she repeats in the chorus. Listen and watch the accompanying music video below.
The debut EP from Skullcrusher, the perhaps deceivingly-named spectral folk project of Los Angeles musician Helen Ballentine, came out digitally back in July. It’s getting a physical release this week via Secretly Canadian and to mark the occasion, Ballentine has released two new tracks, a fresh original called “Farm” and a cover of Radiohead’s long-shelved […]
FUZZ, the LA power trio featuring Ty Segall on drums, Meatbodies’ Chad Ubovich on bass, and Charles Moothart on guitar, are releasing their third album III at the end of the week. They’ve already shared two singles from it, “Returning” and “Spit,” and now they’re giving us one last track before the big day on […]
Alex Mussawir used to lead Future Nuns, a Columbus rock band that dealt in short, jangly outbursts indebted to a spectrum of ’80s underground greats, from R.E.M. to the Fall to the Flying Nun catalog. Before that he was in Goners, whose “Teenage Depression” was like Times New Viking trying to write a Sonic Youth […]