Tag Archives: Songs

The Hold Steady Unveil Two New Songs Ahead of U.S. Shows

The Hold Steady released two new songs to their Bandcamp. First, “The Stove and the Toaster” is a stomping rocker punctuated with piles of guitar licks, a piano interlude and brass. Singer Craig Finn narrates a story about all sorts of nefarious characters and revenge plots. During the chorus he sneers, “Got some new information from the chef and the ...

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“What’s Good” This Week: The 100 Best Songs of Q2 2018

“What’s Good” is Pitchfork’s new weekly playlist, curated by Pitchfork Founder and Editor-in-Chief Ryan Schreiber, bringing you highlights from new releases across all genres. It’s updated every Tuesday on Spotify and Apple Music with new songs released over the course of the previous weeks. This week is a little different. Schreiber ranks his 100 best tracks of 2018’s second quarter, ...

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Songs For Screens: Fiat Chrysler CMO Explains How Music Turbocharges Their Ad Campaigns

Songs For Screens is a Variety column sponsored by music experiential agency MAC Presents, based in NYC. It is written by Andrew Hampp, founder of music marketing consultancy 1803 LLC and former correspondent for Billboard. Each week, the column will highlight noteworthy use of music in advertising and marketing campaigns, as well as new and catalog songs that we deem ripe for synch use. Olivier ...

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Max Tundra Releases First New Songs in 10 Years: Listen

Elusive UK producer Max Tundra, aka Ben Jacobs, has returned with his first solo material in 10 years. The two-track Incandenza EP is out today. Its release marks the one-year anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire in London that killed 72 people. All proceeds will go to the British Red Cross London Fire Relief fund, Jacobs writes in an email. ...

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