Stream Priests' Early Recordings LP before Record Store Day

Following their excellent Nothing Feels Natural. DC post-punks Priests already had an incredible catalog under their belts before the January release their debut full-length Nothing Feels Natural and now they’re bringing some their first recordings to a new audience. For this year’s Record Store Day, which takes place this Saturday, April 22, the group is releasing a bounty their early […]

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James Ferraro releases Fanfare For The Boston Marathon 2017

And he’s actually charging $9.11 for it.  James Ferraro has dropped a new project on Bandcamp, titled Fanfare For The Boston Marathon 2017, to coincide with the 121st marathon that took place yesterday (April 17). Ferraro is charging an eyebrow-raising $9.11 for the 13-minute classically-influenced instrumental piece that features regal sounding horns and earthy woodwind instruments. The ever-chameleonic US artist told Pitchfork […]

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Steve Angello Reemerges to Reveal New Album

This year Ultra Music Festival felt a little different without one its Swedish legends. The Swedish House Mafia wild child, Steve Angello, skipped Ultra for the first time since 2012. While former bandmates, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso, have been pumping out tracks Steve has been relatviely quiet since the release his . Even his record label, SIZE, had been quiet […]

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To die by his side? We asked Morrissey fans how far is too far after his latest racism scandal

Morrissey’s fanbase is one the most committed in music. But with the recent James Baldwin racism scandal stirring up a quagmire controversy, how do his followers reconcile the former Smiths frontman’s increasingly reprehensible behavior with their enduring admiration for his art? April Clare Welsh asks his fans for their take on Morrissey the provocateur. Morrissey has courted controversy throughout his three-decade plus career, but […]

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John Lydon: "You have to support Trump or you will destroy America"

The punk legend discusses Trump in yet another interview. John Lydon has followed his controversial statements about Donald Trump with a new interview today fering further defense, Pitchfork points out. “To be smearing him as a racist, this isn’t right, there’s no evidence or pro to that. Until there is I’ll stand up and say ‘that’s wrong,’” he said on […]

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Ghost in the Shell review: A glossy update that misses the point but isn't the disaster expected

Cult 1995 anime Ghost in the Shell is beloved for its peerless soundtrack and striking visuals, but the Scarlett Johansson-fronted remake looks to be memorable for all the wrong reasons. Daniel Montesinos-Donaghy reviews one the year’s most anticipated – and controversial – sci-fi movies. Last week, Mamoru Oshii spoke up regarding the Hollywood adaptation his 1995 directorial breakthrough Ghost in the […]

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Here’s What You Can Expect From Molly On Season 2 Of ‘Insecure’

Someone we actually LOVE… Yvonne Orji Talks “Insecure” It’s no secret that we’re not only fans Issa Rae and her runaway hit “Insecure”, but Yvonne Orji, the spunky actress who brought Molly (and all her complexities) to life. We recently chatted with our HBO bae about all things “Insecure” and what fans can expect next from her “broken p***y” having […]

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Delia Gonzalez returns to DFA with Horse Follows Darkness album

The album is inspired by Western movies. DFA Records veteran Delia Gonzalez will release her next solo record in May. The performance artist and musician first appeared on DFA back in 2003, releasing a number kosmische-inspired synth records with Gavin Russom as well as a disco record under the name Black Leotard Front. Horse Follows Darkness is her second album following 2015’s In […]

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Singles Club: Calvin Harris, Stormzy, Chris Martin and more

Each week on the FACT Singles Club, a selection our writers work their way through the new music the week gone by. This week, Calvin Harris truffles for cool points with the promising hire Frank Ocean and Migos, while a few rungs down the ladder the fucking Chainsmokers bring in Chris Martin for their latest chart-bound excretion. Never fear, we’ve […]

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Listen to an exclusive playlist of Roland TB-303 classics

It’s a special day for the little silver box that could. Since it’s 3/03, FACT decided that it might be good idea to assemble our very own tribute to one dance music’s most important synthesizers: Roland’s TB-303. Released back in 1982 and marketed as a “bass line” synthesizer, the TB-303 was Roland’s attempt at manufacturing a gigging accompaniment for guitarists. […]

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