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Kid Cudi and Pharrell Go “Surfin'” on New Track

Kid Cudi's sixth studio album Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin' was originally due out this week, but is held up with sample clearance issues. As consolation, Cudi…
Anna Gaca / October 1, 2016

Listen to A$AP Rocky and Key’s New Song “Crazy Brazy”

A$AP Rocky, the newly appointed creative director for MTV Labs, has a new song with Atlanta rapper Key! and fellow A$AP Mob member A$AP Twelvyy. "Crazy…
Anna Gaca / October 1, 2016

Jay Z Signed a Film Deal, So Let’s Revisit Streets Is Watching

TIDAL's struggles since its launch have been well-documented—they're pretty much the only thing that's been documented about the streaming service, aside from the successful Lemonade…
Brian Josephs / September 30, 2016

Soundgarden Announce Reissue of 1991’s Badmotorfinger

In a new interview with Loudwire, Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil revealed a number of the band’s upcoming projects, including a reissue of their 1991 album…
Sadie Bell / September 30, 2016

New York Public Library to Acquire Archive of Hip Hop Dance

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts has acquired its first archive of hip hop dance, the New York Times reports. The library's…
Anna Gaca / September 30, 2016

50 Cent Hops on the Remix of Young M.A’s “OOOUUU”

Young M.A's "OOOUUU" ruled New York this summer--the song was "in the streets more than sesame," to borrow a line from Young M.A herself. To cap off…
Andy Cush / September 30, 2016

Stream Epoch, Tycho’s New Suprise Album

Tycho released their fifth LP, Epoch, today. The blissful, chill-out electronic project led by Scott Hanson shared album cuts "Division" and "Epoch" earlier this year,…
Charles Innis / September 30, 2016

DJ Earl Shares Hour-Long Mix Filled With Unreleased Teklife Tracks

If you're feeling the mid-afternoon lag at work, this new mix by rising footwork star DJ Earl--comprised mostly of classic and unreleased tracks by fellow members…
Andy Cush / September 30, 2016

Gucci Mane and Rick Ross Release “Money Machine” to Show They’re Richer Than You

Civilians lack humility on payday--they need a music video to remind them that their pockets, even while full, still ain't shit. At least that's what Gucci Mane…
Brian Josephs / September 30, 2016

Tim Burton Gave a Very Bad Answer About Why His Movies Don’t Have Diverse Casts

The numbers confirm the eye test: There aren't very many people of color on camera. A new interview with Tim Burton might help explain why Hollywood…
Jeremy Gordon / September 30, 2016

The First New Twin Peaks Trailer Is Predictably Cryptic and Spooky

David Lynch is bringing back his cult '90s murder mystery show Twin Peaks on Showtime next year. The reboot's very first trailer arrived today, and in true Twin Peaks form,…
Anna Gaca / September 30, 2016

There’s Going to Be a New Le Tigre Song

Le Tigre are back in the studio together and will release a new song sometime in October, frontwoman and feminist punk legend Kathleen Hanna says. Hanna shared the news…
Anna Gaca / September 30, 2016

Review: Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition Is A Thrilling, Harrowing Ride

Danny Brown is a man in limbo who is struggling to find balance. In song he’s autobiographical, often flipping between zonked out and deadly serious,…
Sheldon Pearce / September 30, 2016

The Weeknd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, LL Cool J Are Now UFC Investors

The Weeknd is not only a Starboy—he's a UFC investor, too. Hollywood talent agency WME-IMG convinced a group of celebrities to invest at least $250,000 to help finance its…
Brian Josephs / September 30, 2016

Thanks to Live Nation, You May Soon Be “Attending” “Concerts” in Virtual Reality

Who doesn't love live music? The energy, the crowds, the feel of soft carpet on your toes, cat litter scent wafting up from the basement…
Andy Cush / September 30, 2016

Disco Hero Cerrone Returns With “Move Me” From New LP Red Lips

Just in time for your weekend, here's "Move Me," a joyous new cut from the French disco legend Cerrone, complete with a video that takes…
Andy Cush / September 30, 2016

“Fuck Portlandia”: Real-Life Feminist Bookstore Cuts Ties With Show

One of the more popular sketches on IFC's Portlandia features Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen as feminist bookstore employees, where they parody a certain type of delicate, overly…
Jeremy Gordon / September 30, 2016

Mary J. Blige Sings Bruce Springsteen to Hillary Clinton, Discusses Police Shootings and Gun Reform on The 411

Mary J. Blige's new show, The 411, debuts today with an emotional episode featuring presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The half-hour chat begins as a softball interview ("Do you think it's hard…
Anna Gaca / September 30, 2016

Watch Blood Orange’s Pristine Performance on The Daily Show

Last night Dev Hynes appeared on The Daily Show for a performance of his recent Blood Orange Freetown Sound track "Juicy 1-4." Hynes gave a…
Sadie Bell / September 30, 2016
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