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The Shins announce The Worm’s Heart, a “flipped” version of their latest album, Heartworms

The Shins released their latest album, Heartworms, back in March of this year. A few days later, James Mercer’s outfit unveiled an alternate take of the single “Name For You”, something they did again with “Cherry Hearts” in October. Now, the indie pop band have announced a full-length “flipped” version of Heartworms they’re calling The Worm’s Heart.

Big Sean and Metro Boomin team up for new album, Double or Nothing: Stream

Just last week Big Sean and Metro Boomin announced the existence of a new collaborative album called Double or Nothing. Right on schedule, the project has been released and is streaming below via Spotify. The 10-track collection marks the duo’s first full-length collaboration and comes on the heels of the lead single, “Pull Up N Wreck”, featuring frequent

Album Review: Morrissey – Low in High School

On the November 16th episode of Sarah Silverman’s new Hulu show, I Love You, America, the actress and comedian inserted a monologue prior to the opening that addressed her friend, and fellow comedian, Louis C.K’s career-long string of masturbatory assaults. Why is this fact opening a Morrissey review, you ask? Well, because during Silverman’s monologue,

Aerosmith's Joe Perry Announces First Solo Album Since 2009

Aerosmith’s Joe Perry will release Sweetzerland Manifesto, his first non-holiday solo album in eight years, on Jan. 19. The project will feature collaborations with Robin Zander of Cheap Trick, as well as David Johansen and Terry Reid. Check out the track listing below. All but one of the songs was written or co-written by Perry along

Album Review: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – Soul of a Woman

After Sharon Jones’ memorial service in Brooklyn last December, the musicians who’d gathered to remember her got right back to the work. Gathered at the Daptone House of Soul, these collaborators (which included Bosco Mann and The Dap-Kings, as well as members of E.L. Fields’ Gospel Wonders, the gospel choir of Jones’ Universal Church of

Album Review: Charlotte Gainsbourg – Rest

Charlotte Gainsbourg has been famous in France since before she could walk, and yet she carries the weight of all those expectations as gracefully as a Birkin bag, which are named, incidentally, after her mother, Jane Birkin. Birkin is an English actress and French singer who appeared in dozens of movies, including the arthouse classic

SZA is recording her next album with Mark Ronson and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker

This year, R&B singer SZA finally had the breakthrough with her critically acclaimed debut album, Ctrl, which we’ve anticipated since giving her a CoSign back in 2013. Not content to rest on her laurels, the First Lady of Top Dawg Entertainment has already begun collaborating on a new project with Mark Ronson (Amy Winehouse, Queens of the Stone Age)