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10 Best Songs of the Week: Fat White Family, Lizzo, Sharon Van Etten, Cherry Glazerr, and More

Plus SOAK, SASAMI, POND, Beirut, Priests, Steve Gunn, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 11, 2019

Welcome to the first Songs of the Week of 2019. We took an extended break in December, as there aren't too many notable new songs released at the end of the year (beyond endless Christmas covers), but the past week has been filled with exciting new album announcements, most accompanied by new singles worthy of consideration for this list. More

Girlpool Share New Song “What Chaos Is Imaginary”

What Chaos Is Imaginary Due Out February 1 via ANTI-

Jan 08, 2019

Los Angeles duo Girlpool (Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad) are releasing a new album, What Chaos Is Imaginary, on February 1 via ANTI-. Now they have shared the album's title track, "What Chaos Is Imaginary." Listen below.

7 Best Songs of the Week: Karen O and Danger Mouse, Mercury Rev and Margo Price, and More

Plus Ryley Walker; The Good, The Bad, & The Queen; The Twilight Sad; and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 16, 2018

This the closest we've come in awhile to skipping Songs of the Week due to a lack of truly worthy songs. But we were able to at least come up with a Top 7 (as opposed to our usual Top 10), even if it includes two covers and two album tracks. One thing that saved it was our #1 song, which was released this morning. More

Girlpool Announce New Album, Share New Song “Hire”

What Chaos Is Imaginary Due Out February 1, 2019 via ANTI-

Nov 13, 2018

Los Angeles duo Girlpool (Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad) have announced a new album, What Chaos Is Imaginary, and shared a new single from it, "Hire." What Chaos Is Imaginary is due out February 1, 2019 via ANTI-. More

Pitchfork Music Festival Full 2018 Lineup: Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, Fleet Foxes, and More

Plus Julien Baker, The War on Drugs, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Blood Orange, Japanese Breakfast, Kelly Lee Owens, Moses Sumney, Lucy Dacus, Big Thief, and More

Mar 13, 2018

Chicago's the Pitchfork Music Festival has been slowly announcing their lineup via a mural with the artists' names being painted on it over the last few weeks. Now the final and full lineup has been revealed for the festival, which goes down July 20 to 22 in Chicago's Union Park.  More

Feb 01, 2018

Los Angeles duo Girlpool (Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad) have shared a brand new song, "Picturesong," that features Blood Orange (aka Dev Hynes). It follows their sophomore album, Powerplant, released last May via ANTI-, and is being shared in honor of their February tour dates.  More

May 09, 2017

Los Angeles duo Girlpool (Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad) are releasing their sophomore album, Powerplant, this Friday (May 12) via ANTI-. Now they have shared a video for the album's title track. Philip Steiger directed the clip, which features the band performing in a side room at a bowling alley. More

SXSW 2017 Announces Second Round of Music Performers

The Drums, Girlpool, Autre Ne Veut, Minus the Bear, and SOHN Among Notable Performers

Oct 12, 2016

SXSW (aka South By Southwest), the annual conference/festival in Austin, Texas, has announced the second round of artists to be performing during the music portion (there's also film and interactive portions) in 2017. More



Reviews

What Chaos Is Imaginary

What Chaos Is Imaginary

ANTI-

Jan 31, 2019

Have you ever forgotten the time on a cloudy day? Hours slip backwards; the world feels strange; your memory of this period freezes into an isolated snapshot, where the ordinary laws of nature cease to apply.  More

Powerplant

Powerplant

ANTI-

May 12, 2017

Girlpool's debut LP, 2015's Before the World Was Big, was something of a declaration of character. The then-Los Angeles duo announced themselves as being openly vulnerable and transparent with a collection of songs that sounded at once goofy, beautiful, and existential.  More

Before The World Was Big

Before The World Was Big

Wichita

Jul 22, 2015

Girlpool's existential two-chord nursery rhymes make even the sparsest Breeders record look like Pink Floyd. More