The as-yet untitled EP on Hyperdub will be three songs and total 28 minutes.
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The Boss is back with his 18th studio album, which is due out Jan. 14. Listen to the title track right now.
The band originally wanted to recreate a scene from the movie Star Wars. But it was too expensive, so they decided to just explode guitarist Joey Santiago in the desert instead.
The Australian electronic musician, producer and rising soul singer teams up with his countryman Flume, with the aid of a mesmerizing dancer.
Guitarist-singer Marian McLaughlin performs using the dérive technique, a French term created by Situationist Guy Debord that means "to drift." Instead of doing something deliberate, Marian subconsciously allows her surroundings to direct her musical journey.
Hear new music from former Pavement founder Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks.
The former glam rock guitarist and producer for Fall Out Boy, Pink and others returns with his own song, and a moving love story.
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen recently returned from what he calls the most creative music festival he's ever seen. Read about his five favorite moments from the Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit.
The first-ever Mountain Oasis festival went down the weekend before Halloween in Asheville, N.C., filling the city's streets with music and costumed fans. See some of the live performances and street scenes in animated GIFs.
The latest video from Berlin-based, ambient trip-hop artist Perera Elsewhere imagines a dystopian world drowning in its on excess.
The new record by James Mercer and Danger Mouse will make you think of the Gibb Brothers. Find out why in this interview with the duo, and hear their new song, "Holding On For Life."
After releasing his mostly acoustic debut in 2010, Irish singer James Vincent McMorrow was afraid of getting pegged a folk artist. His follow-up album takes an entirely different and unexpected turn toward R&B and soul. A video for the record's first single is a sultry, twisted love story.
Odd Future co-founder Tyler, The Creator is known for his dark, dystopian hip-hop. But for his latest video he takes on a breezy pop song. While Tyler didn't write the track - and isn't saying who did - he was so moved by it, he agreed to write and direct the video for it.
All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen was just a kid living in Queens in 1967 when he first heard about a band called the Velvet Underground. In the decades since, a week hasn't passed without Bob listening to Lou Reed's music.
The entire new Arcade Fire album Reflektor can be heard here. It's an 85-minute lyric video.