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Review: Aesop Rock Won’t Shut the Hell Up on ‘The Impossible Kid’

Former Myspace nerds like myself first heard Aesop Rock because of tracks like 2005's "Facemelter," a zany, lyrically dense song just like all of his…
Safy-Hallan Farah / May 4, 2016

Mac DeMarco Pays Tribute to Prince By Covering ‘It’s Gonna Be Lonely’

Mac DeMarco teased a cover of Prince's "It's Gonna Be Lonely" on Instagram last week, and now the weird-rock musician has premiered the full clip…
Brennan Carley / May 4, 2016

Fear of Men Recast the Old With New Single, ‘Sane’

Brighton, U.K. dream-pop trio Fear of Men's forthcoming album, Fall Forever, boasts cover art that appears to be a computer-generated rendering of Bernini's The Rape of Proserpina. Cast…
Evan Siegel / May 4, 2016

Tegan and Sara Make an Animated ‘U-Turn’ in Their New Video

Shortly after sharing the video for "Boyfriend," Tegan and Sara have released a new video for Love You to Death single "U-Turn." Directed by Hunx…
Rachel Brodsky / May 4, 2016

Review: Four Decades In, Wire Are Hardly Frayed on ‘Nocturnal Koreans’

Warmth is not a word typically associated with Wire, a band so committed to emotional distance that they hired an opening band to play the…
Dan Weiss / May 4, 2016

Alicia Keys Has Too Much ‘In Common’ on New Song

R&B and pop superstar Alicia Keys is expected to drop her first studio album since 2012's Girl on Fire this summer, and she's just released the LP's lead…
Brian Josephs / May 4, 2016

50 Cent Apologizes for Mocking Autistic Teenage Airport Employee

Rapper 50 Cent has apologized to Andrew Farrell, a 19-year-old airport janitor whom 50 filmed himself insulting this weekend. In the video, 50 Cent fails to elicit a…
Anna Gaca / May 4, 2016

Reggae Great Max Romeo Returns to His Roots With ‘Give Thanks To Jehovah’

Legendary roots reggae artist Max Romeo earned his distinguished status via his 1976 LP War Ina Babylon, a politically conscious work recorded with storied backing band…
Megan Bradley / May 3, 2016

Morly’s Truly “Uneek” World Of Soulful Minimalism

Inspired by Keen's new line of Uneek footwear, we are talking with a couple of emerging artists we think are truly unique. First up, introducing…
Dan Epstein / May 3, 2016

Popcaan Has Reportedly Been Arrested in Antigua

Jamaican artist and "Good Times" guest vocalist Popcaan spent time in police custody in Antigua last night after an onstage scuffle cut his performance short, according to…
Brian Josephs / May 3, 2016

Review: Drake Started From the Bottom, Now He’s Lonely at the Top on ‘Views’

Smack in the middle of Views, Drake does it: He drops a nearly perfect song. Suddenly, it doesn’t matter that his fourth studio album is…
Rebecca Haithcoat / May 3, 2016

50 Cent Posts Video Harassing Autistic Teen Working in Airport, Family Lawyers Up

50 Cent's social media presence has once again gotten him in trouble. Over the weekend, the rapper posted a video on Twitter making fun of a Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky…
Brian Josephs / May 3, 2016

Radiohead’s New Single ‘Burn the Witch’: SPIN’s Impulsive Reviews

Radiohead have returned with "Burn the Witch," the presumed lead single from their upcoming, long-awaited ninth album. Details on the King of Limbs follow-up are…
SPIN Staff / May 3, 2016

Ty Segall’s GØGGS Release Ripping New ‘Glendale Junkyard’

Ty Segall is one of rock's hardest-working musicians, and today his project GØGGS just announced that they'll release their new self-titled album on July 1 via In the…
Brennan Carley / May 3, 2016

Lady Gaga Covers Talking Heads’ ‘Burning Down the House’ With Mark Ronson

It's been three years since ARTPOP, but Lady Gaga hasn't cooled off. She performed a well-received David Bowie tribute at the Grammys this year, and received an Oscar…
Brian Josephs / May 3, 2016

Review: ANOHNI Condemns Drone Warfare With Her Beautiful Scream on ‘Hopelessness’

If you were lucky enough to move to New York City in the early 2000s — just around the time that bands like the Strokes…
T. Cole Rachel / May 3, 2016

Watch Radiohead’s Stop-Motion Video for New Single ‘Burn the Witch’

After teasing a couple of clips in the early morning hours, Radiohead have launched the full-length video for new song "Burn the Witch." It's almost certainly…
Anna Gaca / May 3, 2016

Yung Soften Their Angst With ‘The Child’

Danish punk foursome Yung, led by frontman Mikkel Holm Silkjær, have become figureheads of their native country's DIY scene. After releasing two EP's, These Thoughts…
Megan Bradley / May 3, 2016

Paul McCartney Confirmed to Play Festival With Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and the Who

Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger Waters, and The Who are confirmed as performers at Desert Trip, the fest's organizers GoldenVoice have announced.
Anna Gaca / May 3, 2016
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