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Treasure Island Festival 2018 Lineup - Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett, Sharon Van Etten, and More

October San Francisco Festival Also Features A$AP Rocky, Lord Huron, Jungle, Santigold, U.S. Girls, Moses Sumney, Soccer Mommy, and More

May 16, 2018

San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival took a year off in 2017 to find a new festival site. Now it's back, this time at Oakland's Middle Harbor Shoreline Park as opposed to the titular Treasure Island. The two-day festival goes down October 13-14. More

serpentwithfeet Shares Video For New Song “cherubim”

soil Due Out June 8 via Secretly Canadian and Tri Angle

May 02, 2018

Experimental R&B/gospel vocalist serpentwithfeet is releasing his debut album, soil, on June 8 via Secretly Canadian and Tri Angle. Previously he shared a video for its first single, the emotive "bless ur heart," which was one of our Songs of the Week. Now he has shared a video for another new song, "cherubim." More

FYF Fest 2018 Lineup: My Bloody Valentine, St. Vincent, Florence and the Machine, and More

Janet Jackson, The xx, Car Seat Headrest, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Lucy Dacus, Mount Kimbie, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, The Breeders, U.S. Girls, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and Others Set for 15th Anniversary

Mar 30, 2018

FYF Fest has announced its 2018 lineup. The event is due to take place July 21 and 22 at Los Angeles' Exposition Park. The headliners are Florence and the Machine and Janet Jackson.  More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Parquet Courts, Neko Case, Beach House, and More

Plus The Beat Escape, The Decemberists, Simian Mobile Disco, JB Dunckel, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Mar 09, 2018

After a couple of strong weeks for Songs of the Week, it was more much more of a challenge this week to come up with 10 songs we were truly excited about. But we're really fully passionate about this week's Top 5 and stand behind the rest of the Top 10.  More



Reviews

serpentwithfeet at the Village Underground, London April 13, 2018

May 11, 2018

"People try to tell you that the Internet is bad," Josiah Wise, the tattooed, septum-pierced man behind serpentwithfeet, tells his audience. "But they're wrong." More