Last week, Purity Ring (Megan James and Corin Roddick) announced Shrines X, a reissue of their 2012 debut album in celebration of its 10th anniversary. Now, the reissue has dropped and it includes the original album plus three previously unreleased B-sides. They’re called “inovein,” “firmament,” and “crawlersout – prototype.” This is the first project the Canadian synth-pop duo have shared since 2020’s Womb, not counting this summer’s graves EP. Check out Purity Ring’s Shrines X reissue in full below.
Up until now, you might best recognize Charley Damski as being part of Sharon Van Etten’s band, where he’s on keys, guitar, and is their live music director. Well, Damski is currently planning to release a solo album, Goner, on September 30. Ahead of his album’s release, he’s sharing a pensive, lovelorn new single called […]
When the new post-hardcore supergroup L.S. Dunes debuted “2022” at Riot Fest, singer Anthony Green called it “the most fucked-up song I ever wrote.” He elaborated, “It’s about learning how to get through shit so that you don’t want to kill yourself every day.” The studio version is out now, and it rips. Some more […]
Lil Baby is playing the game — not soccer but the other game. The Atlanta rap star has never been allergic to corporate sponsorships; last year, for instance, he had the best song on the soundtrack to the cinematic atrocity Space Jam: A New Legacy. Next month, Baby will release his new album It’s Only […]