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Back in January, Willis Earl Beal pulled a Beyonce/Four Tet/Wolfmother and unexpectedly released a new album entitled A Place That Doesn’t Exist. Today, the sorcerer-bluesman continues his streak of unpredictability by releasing yet another surprise …
Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins launches “old school rock” side-project.
Reunited outfit’s seminal swan song is being reissued as a deluxe box set.
Greg Dulli and Co. return with “one of the most intense, cathartic records” of their storied discography.
Animal Collective’s Avey Tare presents his “spooky” debut LP.
Punk supergroup return with their “thematically dark” sophomore LP.
A companion album to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
After a decade of remixes and EPs, the Norwegian DJ releases his first full length.
EMA returns with her “metaphysical” sophomore LP.
The debut album from Jason Narducy features Britt Daniel and Jon Wurster.
Deerhunter guitarist unveils over 20 minutes of dreamy rock instrumentals.
Recorded between 1981 and 1984, the album was recently unearthed by his son.