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Forever Came Calling Debut New Song, “Transient (I Don’t Miss)”

Forever Came Calling have offered up yet another new tune from their forthcoming full-length, What Matters Most…, which hits shelves on October 21 through Pure Noise Records. Titled “Transient (I Don’t Miss),” the toe-tapping track made its debut earlier today via Kerrang, and is a welcome addition to the group’s contagious catalogue. Give it a listen after the break, and let us know what you think in the comments section below.

The California four-piece are presently set to share the stage with Handguns, State Champs, and many more, from now until mid-November. If you’d like …

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Watch BRONCHO’s VHS-Ready Video for “Class Historian”

BRONCHO dropped their sophomore album Just Enough Hip To Be Woman yesterday, but we’ve been busy spinning “Class Historian” long before then. The single is catchy as ever, clocks in at the perfect length, and makes you wonder why you haven’t been listening to the band longer (or seen them live). Simply put, it’s about as perfect as a summer single gets.

Directed by George Salisbury and Delo Creative, the new music video for “Class Historian” sees BRONCHO appearing in some retro clips straight from a VHS tape. Prepare for some excellent curled phone cords, giant sweater clothing ads, …

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Hear Three New Ryan Adams Songs

Earlier this year, country rock demi-god Ryan Adams put out his first self-titled, a great look at his timeless vocals and lyrics, as well as 1984, his 10-song punk record released on a 7-inch. Today we get to hear three songs that are also a part of that PAX-AM 7-inch singles series: “Jacksonville,” “I Keep Running,” and “Walkedypants.”

The 7-inch A-side highlights “Jacksonville,” whereas the B-side features the rustic “I Keep Running” and somewhat decent “Walkedypants.” The songs take a nice stroll through his country, blues, and folk roots and tally up to be ten minutes long in …

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Tove Lo Streams New Singles “Timebomb” and “Moments”

Rising pop singer Tove Lo will drop her debut album, Queen Of The Clouds, on September 30. Way back in March, she shared a video for “Habits,” but now as the release draws nearer, she’s releasing more singles in anticipation. This time we get a better glimpse with “Timebomb” and “Moments.”

Lo’s glossy electro-pop and emotionally barring lyrics go full force on both numbers. “Timebomb” sees Tove Lo tackling sex in a bass-stomping number that rolls around with quite a bit of speedy and loose vocals. “Moments,” on the other hand, takes its time, showing a less …

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Angel Olsen Shares New Song “All Right Now”

This year has seen folk singer-songwriter Angel Olsen taking the media by storm. Her newest album, Burn Your Fire For No Witness, got endless praise from us and saw her making TV appearances in addition to a worldwide tour. Now, months after its release in February, the album is getting a deluxe reissue full of unreleased tracks.

The reissue, out November 18 via Jagjaguwar, is a two-disc set with five bonus tracks. Two were previously available as 7″ singles during the orginal pre-order campaign, whereas the other three are unreleased from the album’s recording session. Today we get to …

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Spike Jonze Surprises Karen O With “Ooo” Music Video Feat. Elle Fanning

Last week, Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O shared her first ever solo album, a short release filled with minute-long songs about heartbreak, love, and isolation. Even though it was released in 2014, the songs were written years ago from the comfort of her bedroom when she was much younger. To capture that spirit, her ex and famous director Spike Jonze created a music video for the album’s opening track, “Ooo,” that speaks to what Crush Songs is all about.

The video sees Elle Fanning dancing around the New York Metropolitan Opera House in childish fanfare. It nails the mood …

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Jason Schwartzman Is Absolutely Miserable in ‘Listen Up Philip’ Trailer

Sundance had a lot of hits this year, and one of the big films that got quite a bit of talk was Listen Up PhilipDirected by Alex Ross Perry, it tells the tale of an angry, self-destructive author (Jason Schwartzman) who falls deeper into his self-obsession, highlighted by bringing Elisabeth Moss (his girlfriend) and Jonathan Pryce (as his literary idol) into the mix. It sounds like a sullen movie, but nearly every review praised it for its ripe humor and superb acting. One look at the trailer and it looks like the critics are right.

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Stars Share “From The Night” Music Video, Expand Tour

Canadian indie rockers Stars are putting out No One Is Lost on October 14 via ATO Records. They will be hitting the road to tour North America late this fall and, as such, have added some dates which you can see after the jump. To celebrate the upcoming release, they’ve shared the buzzy, exuberant music video for single “From The Night.”

Directed by Darren Curtis, the video sees the band goofing off, staying in tune with the album’s title (which, according to the band, is a joke because “We are all going to lose this game [of life].”), and raising …

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Panda Bear Streams New Mixtape

We’ve known that Panda Bear (aka Noah Lennox of Animal Collective) has been working on a new album this year with hip-hop influences, but we’re still left in the air in terms of its title and release date. Today what we do get, however, is a mixtape he made which likely points in the direction of what his new record will sound like.

The mixtape showed up on his new website, PBVSGR.com. While previous reports suspected his upcoming LP’s title would be Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, the mixtape’s hyperlink indicates it may be Panda Bear VS

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Meatbodies (feat. Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin Member) Share New Track “Disorder”

Chad Ubovich has plenty of experience playing guitar and bass behind both psych rock gods Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin. Between tours with them, he spent his time recording his own crunchy fuzz as Chad and the Meatbodies. Now he’s shortened the name, written up 12 tracks, and teamed up with Cory Hanson of Wand and Erik Jimenez of Together Pangea to create a heavy debut, their self-titled album out October 14 via In The Red.

“Disorder” sees the Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin members doing what they do best: thrashing. Every power chord riff goes hand-in-hand with crazy …

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REQUIRED LISTENING: Greylag – “Yours to Shake”

If Band of Horses and Fleet Foxes teamed up for a fall album worth clinging to your chest, the result would be Greylag. The Portland trio has a rustic charm that boils with a bitter heart and bold defiance. Songwriting like theirs is hard to come by, especially in the last few years, so we’re welcoming it with a warm embrace in their new single “Yours to Shake.”

This track sees the band taking a hold of rock and lifting off in a spirited rebuttal, almost a completely different sound than their quiet, harmonious “Another” they shared …

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MUSIC VIDEO: Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979″

Two people can make a lot of noise, and Death From Above 1979 are responsible for reminding us of that 10 years after their debut. Their new album, The Physical World, sees them creating a whole thunderstorm of noise with bass and drums and shrieking vocals. One of the album’s singles, the snarky “Trainwreck 1979,″ just got a music video, and it keeps that pounding force coming strong.

In the music video, we watch a young woman going about her life, seemingly thinking about how it’s still not delivering all she hopes to get out of it thanks to …