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Robyn Keeps the Remixes Coming With Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero’s ‘Love Kills’ Rework

"Love Kills" isn't a new song. Rather, the track off 2010's Body Talk has been renewed thanks to Harry 'Choo Choo' Romero. Entertainment Weekly premiered the producer's "Love Kills"
Brian Josephs / June 30, 2016

Animal Collective’s Deakin Offers a Thwomping, Pristine Remix to Niagara’s ‘Hyperocean’

When focusing on their own work, Animal Collective have a unique tendency to conjure up all sorts of chaos around simple pop melodies. But when…
Matt Malone / June 30, 2016

Here’s ‘Femen,’ the Second Unannounced Crystal Castles Single This Week

Update: It's legit. Crystal Castles have shared the "Femen" video on Facebook, calling it a "preview." Electronic duo Crystal Castles — now comprising founding…
Anna Gaca / June 30, 2016

ScHoolboy Q Continues His Film Series With ‘Tookie Knows II’

After performing on the Late Show last night, ScHoolboy Q decided to drop the follow up to last week's "By Any Means." "Tookie Knows II,"
Brian Josephs / June 30, 2016

Cymbals Eat Guitars Wanna Be Well

Standing in the middle of the crowd for Philadelphia DIY maestro Alex G’s show at Brooklyn venue Baby’s All Right, Joseph D’Agostino has…
Andrew Unterberger / June 30, 2016

Review: Blink-182 Guess What Growing Up Is on ‘California’

Blink-182 without Tom DeLonge: It's a tempting proposition. When considering DeLonge's role in Blink, your mind instantly goes to 2004 smash "I Miss You," when…
Andrew Unterberger / June 30, 2016

BADBADNOTGOOD Enlist Charlotte Day Wilson for ‘In Your Eyes’

IV marks BADBADNOTGOOD's first album with saxophonist Leland Whitty as an official member and a rotating list of featured guests (last year's Sour Soul collaboration with Ghostface Killah…
Brian Josephs / June 30, 2016

Big Thief Can’t Be Satisfied With One ‘Masterpiece’

Big Thief have to be the least-arrogant-sounding band to ever title their first album Masterpiece. The folk-inflected indie-rock quartet's opening statement is a triumph of the…
Andrew Unterberger / June 30, 2016

Clams Casino Calms Things Down With Kelela on ‘A Breath Away’

After linking up with Vince Staples for the doomsaying anthem "All Nite," Clams Casino decides to loosen up the atmosphere and add some tropical percussion to…
Brian Josephs / June 30, 2016

Marcy, You Don’t Stop: Roc-a-Fella’s Kareem Burke on Re-Creating Jay Z’s Brooklyn Apartment

In honor of the recent 20th anniversary of Jay Z’s debut album, Reasonable Doubt, we’re publishing a series of pieces looking at the rapper’s singular…
Rebecca Haithcoat / June 30, 2016

Marissa Nadler Ghosts Out in ‘Janie in Love’ Video

"Janie in Love" was a high point of Marissa Nadler's recent LP, Strangers, and the song now has a visual directed and animated by Nadler herself. Like her…
Anna Gaca / June 30, 2016

Weezer Hook NASA Up With a Song Called ‘I Love the USA’

Because nothing screams "America!" like interplanetary conquest, Weezer just released a new track called "I Love the USA." NASA asked the veteran rock group to pen the…
Brian Josephs / June 30, 2016

Watch Rihanna’s (Inter)Stellar New ‘Sledgehammer’ Video

Rihanna has finally dropped her "Sledgehammer" clip from the Star Trek: Beyond soundtrack, which is directed by Floria Sigismondi, who's done videos for the likes…
Dan Weiss / June 30, 2016

Melanie Martinez Throws Her Own ‘Pity Party’ on ‘Kimmel’

It may be summer here in the U.S., but fantastical pop star Melanie Martinez is still swirling around her icy make-believe kingdom, bringing her Cry…
Brennan Carley / June 30, 2016

Listen to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ Spaced-Out ‘Juno,’ Featuring the Planet Jupiter

NASA's Juno spacecraft has been on its way to Jupiter since 2011, and it's finally due to arrive this coming Monday, July 4. In celebration,…
Anna Gaca / June 30, 2016

The Julie Ruin’s ‘Hit Reset’ Is Streaming Today

The Julie Ruin, Kathleen Hanna's current dance-punk project, will release their sophomore LP Hit Reset on July 8 via Hardly Art. In the meantime, you…
Rachel Brodsky / June 30, 2016

ScHoolboy Q Brings ‘THat Part’ to ‘Late Show,’ Sans Kanye West

Next Friday is a pretty stacked one for music releases, what with ScHoolboy Q, BADBADNOTGOOD, and the Avalanches all set to release new albums.
Brian Josephs / June 30, 2016

Years & Years’ Olly Alexander Dances Like There’s No Tomorrow in ‘Worship’ Video

Almost a year after U.K. pop trio Years & Years released their debut full-length, Communion, they've treated fans to their new "Worship" music video. It places…
Brennan Carley / June 30, 2016

Of Montreal Throw a Party in New ‘It’s Different for Girls’ Video

Of Montreal's new synth-dance single "It's Different for Girls" is an immensely quotable, spiritual sequel to LCD Soundsystem's "Drunk Girls" down to the pee commentary…
Dan Weiss / June 30, 2016
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