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Beyoncé's 'Lion King' Anthems and 7 More of the Week's Best Albums
Micro rock songs and ornate noise make up the rest of this week's essential listening.
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'Midsommar' Is as Beautiful as a Horror Movie Can Be
Director Ari Aster's follow-up to 'Hereditary' follows four tourists into the small Swedish village of a pagan death cult.
Rank Your Records
Flying Lotus Ranks His Records
Ahead of his new album 'Flamagra,' the Los Angeles-based producer takes a look back at the psychedelic turns his career has taken.
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 25
You sent us dirty fridges, fast dogs, and actually good songs? What the heck?
This Foodman Mix Is a Strange Trip Through Experimental Electronic Music
Themed around "urban indigeneity," it slams together producers from his native Japan, boundary-pushers from around the world, and, uh, Bright Eyes.
The Glow’s Fuzzy Debut Album Ponders the Big Questions
Written both before and after the breakup of his beloved band LVL UP, Mike Caridi’s ‘Am I’ considers old memories and existential questions.
Diplo Continues His Yeehaw Phase With a Perfectly OK "Old Town Road" Remix
Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus joined him for the first-ever live performance of the song at last weekend's Stagecoach.
Institute’s Freak-Punk Tries to Make Sense of a Disorienting World
Vocalist Moses Brown opens up about their new single “Deadlock” and new album ‘Readjusting the Locks’: “What are you doing if you’re not addressing this absurd world?”
The 83rd’s Noisey Mix Is a Potent Dose of Underground Energy
Slamming together 30 tracks in 30 minutes, the New York freak scene staple shines a light on the same experimentalists he highlights through his blog and label Sermon 3.
Flying Lotus' New Single With David Lynch Is Surreal and Upsetting
"Fire Is Coming" heralds the Los Angeles-based producer's new album 'Flamagra,' out May 24 on Warp.
Drahla’s Abstract Punk Songs Are Ecstatic About the Everyday
The squalls of noise in songs like "Pyramid Estate" show a band willing to dig beneath the surface.
This Nonlocal Forecast Mix Offers Smooth Jazz Fit for Tears and Bong Rips
The Chicago-based artist best known as Fire-Toolz shares a mix of sounds from the world of her proggy computer jazz record ‘Bubble Universe!’