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Photos: Pitchfork Festival 2019 – Haim, Mavis Staples, Earl Sweatshirt, Sky Ferreira

Photos by: Katie Kuropas –  Day one of the 2019 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago on July 19th featured performances by pop-rock band Haim, who released their second album, Something to Tell You, on July 7th, 2017 via Polydor, which featured the singles “Want You Back”, “Little of Your Love”, “Nothing’s Wrong”, and “Walking Away”, soul singer Mavis Staples, who released her … Continue reading

Photos: Robyn @ Barclays Center

Photos by: Emily Korn – Swedish synthpop artist Robyn, who released her eighth album, Honey, on October 26th, 2018 via Interscope, performed at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York last night (July 19th).

Iggy Pop Announces New Album “Free”, Drops First Single

By: Staff – Iggy Pop has confirmed the title and release date of his new album: Free, the first new Iggy Pop album since 2016’s Post Pop Depression, will be released September 6 on Loma Vista and is available for preorder now: While it follows the highest charting album of Iggy’s career, Free has virtually … Continue reading

Twin Peaks Announce New Album “Lookout Low”

By: Staff – Twin Peaks have announced their new album, Lookout Low, will be released on September 13th via Grand Jury. Where their last LP, 2016’s Down In Heaven, and 2017’s Sweet ‘17 Singles compilation were adventurous and compelling updates on their youthfully raucous formula, their fourth album, Lookout Low feels like a total revolution. Their … Continue reading

Podcast: Maddie and Carley of Teenage Dirtbagz reviews “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”

By: Staff – In a new feature to Aesthetic Magazine, we are proud to announce that we are the new presenting partner for Toronto-based podcast Teenage Dirtbagz. Your hosts, Maddie and Carley are just two teenagers in their twenties who are on a quest to watch and dissect the most iconic high school movies of all … Continue reading

Watch Brittany Howard’s New Terry Crews-Starring Video for “Stay High”

By: Staff – Brittany Howard has unveiled a new video for “Stay High,” the soulful second single from her debut solo album, Jaime, and the accompanying video, which you can watch below, follows a father in the moments after his shift at a factory. Envisioning Terry Crews – who portrayed beloved TV dad Julius in “Everybody Hates Chris” and has gone on … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch Natalie Clark’s New Video for “Grown Ass Woman”

By: Staff – LA-based Scottish singer/songwriter Natalie Clark is back with a new video for her girl-power anthem “Grown Ass Woman”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. On the track, Clark shares, “This song is about my introduction to L.A. I had just moved from Scotland and couldn’t afford rent so was cat sitting. … Continue reading

Wilco Announce New Album “Ode to Joy”, Drop First Single, “Love Is Everywhere (Beware)”

By: Staff – Wilco return with Ode to Joy, out October 4th via dBpm Records. Ode to Joy comes three-plus years after the release of Schmilco, and encourages the act of finding joy in a dark political climate. The album presents a unique rhythm track and a minimalist instrumentation, with lyrics at once observant, hopeful, morbid, … Continue reading

Photos: Belle And Sebastian @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: David McDonald –  Glasgow-based indie pop band Belle and Sebastian, who released their newest album, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance, on January 19th, 2015 via Matador, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on July 16th.

Stream The All-American Rejects’ New 3-Song Single “Send Her To Heaven”

By: Staff – The All-American Rejects have released a new three-song single titled “Send Her To Heaven”, which you can stream below. The songs were written and recorded over the last two to three years with different producers, a process that was a relatively new experience for the band. “The last couple of records were … Continue reading