If the album’s as good as the cover, it’ll be worth the wait.
For the 14-track collection, Mitski “experimented in narrative and fiction.” Plus, she’s announced supporting tour dates.
It’s not as shocking as No Love Deep Web’s infamous artwork, but it’s definitely grosser.
DEVO: The Brand / DEVO: Unmasked boasts special photographs and artwork, as well as exclusive commentary from founding members Gerald Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh.
Like her parents, young Blu Ivy has a taste for the finer things.
Plus, the Northampton indie rockers reveal summer tour dates.
Wharfer announces new album, The Road Dissolved the View, details Origins of new single “Lumière”: Stream
Grouper, the 1984 film Paris, Texas, and more inspired the Brooklyn-based songwriter’s latest project.
The artwork depicts the depicts the rapper holding his head in shame behind an American flag.
Five-track collection arrives in January.
More than 400 artworks will span everything from his work on the Tank Girl comic to his collaborations with Damon Albarn.
The follow-up to 2014’s Too Bright arrives in May.
Gerald Scarfe’s famed pieces created for the 1982 film adaptation have hit the market.