David Bazan released a new track, “The Devil In His Youth.” Stereogum writes that Bazan transformed this Protomartyr song “from a grimy sputter into a downbeat acoustic grumble.” Listen to the track below and see David Bazan live.
Rostam released a video for the song “Gwan.” Stereogum writes that the video “finds a lot of beauty in the simple act of Rostam traversing various parts of New York City.” Watch the video below and see Rostam live.
Mt. Joy premiered a new track, “Cardinal,” via Paste Magazine. The accompanying article writes that the song “dives into this idea of chasing your dreams and finding the meaning of true happiness.” The song will appear on their forthcoming self-titled debut EP. Listen to the track below and see Mt. Joy on tour.
Three Billions artists have been named winners of 2017 Webby Awards: Stuff You Should Know won the People’s Voice award for Best Arts & Culture Podcast, Last Podcast on the Left won the People’s Voice award for Best Comedy Podcast, and the FiveThirtyEight Elections Podcast won the People’s Voice award for Best News & Information Podcast. The FiveThirtyEight Elections Podcast was also nominated for Best Interview/Talk Show. View the complete list of winners and see Last Podcast On The Left live.
The Mountain Goats premiered a new track, “Rain in Soho,” via NPR Music. The accompanying article describes the song as “a pounding barnburner chorale that has more in common with the over-the-top theatrics of ’70s arena-rock than the soul-tinged soft-rock that unexpectedly permeates Goths.” The track will appear on their upcoming album, Goths, due out May 19th via Merge Records. Listen to the track below and see The Mountain Goats on tour.