Alex G

9.13.19

'House of Sugar' Is (Sandy) Alex G's Most Essential Album

The eighth studio LP from the Philadelphia songwriter best captures Alex Giannascoli's thrilling idiosyncrasies.

6.4.19

This New (Sandy) Alex G Song Is Just Absolutely Stunning

Listen to "Gretel," the first preview of the Philadelphia indie rocker’s newly announced album 'House of Sugar.'

1.19.18

Porches, At Home

Aaron Maine lives alone for the first time in his life, and he’s comfortable. But his new record ‘The House’ is a document of more uncertain times.

1.19.18

(Sandy) Alex G Just Quietly Uploaded a New Song

The track—called "fay"—appeared on his personal YouTube account last night.

5.20.17

Stream of the Crop: 11 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 5/20

New albums from (Sandy) Alex G, Mountain Goats, and Oxbow top this week's list of essential records.

5.15.17

Alex G Is All Grown Up

The incredibly prolific songwriter and Frank Ocean collaborator—who is now officially known now as "(Sandy) Alex G"—returns with 'Rocket,' his best album yet. And he's still only 24 years old.

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5.4.17

(Sandy) Alex G Channels Frank Ocean, Gets Abrasive on Two New 'Rocket' Cuts

"Sportstar" and "Brick" dispense with the country sounds of the already-released "Bobby" and "Proud."

4.4.17

Alex G Is Now (Sandy) Alex G, Shares New Song "Proud"

New name, same great tunes.

3.2.17

Alex G Announces New Album, ‘Rocket,’ Shares Two Wildly Different Tracks

"Witch" and "Bobby" precede his seventh LP, out May 19 on Domino.

2.3.17

11 Albums You Should Buy on Bandcamp Right Now to Support the ACLU

Bandcamp has pledged to donate 100 percent​ of its profits today to the ACLU, and buddy, have we got some album suggestions for you!

10.14.16

Alex G Talks About Working with Frank Ocean on 'Endless' and 'Blonde'

In a new interview, the 23-year-old artist reveals he also worked on "Self Control" and "White Ferrari".

10.13.16

Brandon Can't Dance's "Smoke and Drive Around" is All Your Teenage Friday's Rolled into One

Listen, enjoy, and read our brief chat with the Philadelphia songwriter about parties, lizards and the best dance-based motion pictures.

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