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11.7.18

Nothing Will Save Us

The Philadelphia underdogs are void fuckers in a time that calls for it. They rose from hardship to become one of today's most beloved cult rock bands—but they still feel misunderstood.

8.27.18

Stream of the Crop: 10 New Albums for Heavy Rotation

New albums from Blood Orange and Nothing top this week's list.

6.5.18

Nothing Return with "Zero Day," Confirm New LP 'Dance on the Blacktop'

The band's third LP promises to be darker than their previous two. It's out August 24.

11.21.16

Discussing Death and Commerce with Kode9 and Lawrence Lek

The pair's collaborative project the Nøtel debuted at the ICA this weekend.

1.8.16

Kanye West, The Strokes, and The Killers Will Headline Governors Ball 2016

Against Me, Vic Mensa, Jamie XX, and all of your favorites on one island.

12.8.15

Look at Danger and Laugh Your Head Off: Nothing on the New LP and the Unluckiest Six Months Ever

A glimpse at the world of Domenic "Nicky" Palermo: from knife-wielding family members to crashing airplanes, jail time, death, the Intensive Care Unit, suicide, addiction, religious zealotry, and more.

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9.2.15

Kode9's First Solo Album Will Combine J-Pop, Horror Soundtracks, Grime, and Footwork

The album, titled 'Nothing,' is out November 6 on Hyperdub.

6.25.15

Kickass Shoegazers Nothing Are Recording a New Album So We Asked Them About It

There's no name and no exact release date yet, but it will come out next year on Thursday's Geoff Rickly's Collect Records.

5.11.15

Literal DadBods and Brown Acid: Day Three of Levitation Festival 2015

Extreme heat, muddy trenches, and a whole lot of people on drugs.

4.18.15

Listen to Torche, Nothing, Thou, Boris, Kylesa, and More Tackle Classic Nirvana Songs on This New Comp

'Whatever, Nevermind' is now available from Robotic Empire Records.

4.7.15

PREMIERE: Stream Nothing's Cover of Nirvana's "Something in the Way"

The Philadelphia-based band proves their worth.

2.22.15

Wrong Gets it Right on their Gnarly Robotic Empire Debut EP, 'Stop Giving'

Listen to "Call It" from 'Stop Giving,' the new EP from the new Miami project featuring former members of Torche and Kylesa.

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