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Julian Casablancas of the Strokes has a new solo album: Hear it in full now

19 September 2014 11:12 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Julian Casablancas has another new solo album, "Tyranny," with his band The Voidz, and you can hear the whole thing in full now. The Strokes' frontman combined with a new backing band The Voidz (bassist and keyboardist Jacob “Jake” Bercovici, guitarist Amir Yaghmai and guitarist Jeramy “Beardo” Gritter) for this sophomore set; his first solo set "Phrazes for the Young" came out in 2009. "Tyranny" was teased initially with the two tracks “Human Sadness” and “Where No Eagles Fly." It hits shelves -- physical and digital -- on Sept. 23 through Casablancas' own Cult Records. The Strokes' most recent album, "Comedown Machine," was released last year; it peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 album sales chart. Cult Records had another big week this month, as the label released Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O's solo album "Crush Songs." Here is the "Tyranny" tracklist: 1. Take Me in Your Army 2. Crunch Punch 3. M. »

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'Drinking with the Jocks' music video: Catching up with punk rockers Against Me!

19 June 2014 5:48 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

In 2012, Against Me! lead singer Laura Jane Grace came out as transgender, making her one of the highest-profile music artists to have ever done so. As she made her medical transition, she and her band worked to complete "Transgender Dysphoria Blues," their hard-heeling sixth studio album. I heard Grace refer to the 2014 album at one point as having catchy songs about "a dark thing," and considering the title and the punk band's propensity to leave in their rough edges, one can start to imagine. But there's something that I adore about "Transgender..." that goes well beyond what you could call simply "bravery" -- an overused but noble term about being personal, to airing of laundry. It's dauntless, in its takedown of the ugly, gender-dominated cultures in an eyebrow-blazing speed with heavy, dark things. "Drinking with the Jocks" is one of these, skidding to a halt and setting fire to things in only 1:50 time. »

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