Another Side of Bob Dylan: Hear ‘Pretty Saro,’ Finally Released After 43 Years

An unheard Bob Dylan song has surfaced after 43 years of dormancy to boggle the minds of three generations of fervent Zimmy completists.According to Rolling…
SPIN Staff / August 8, 2013

Watch Neko Case’s Somber ‘Night Still Comes’ Lyric Video

Neko Case's verbose sixth album, The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You, officially arrives on September…
Kyle McGovern / August 8, 2013

Jon Hopkins Resuscitates ‘Breathe This Air’ With Purity Ring Singer

Jon Hopkins and Purity Ring have a mutually beneficial relationship. The London-based techno whiz mixed one track on the Canadian duo's stunning Shrines ("Saltkin") and recently remixed…
Kyle McGovern / August 8, 2013

Basement Jaxx Revive African Dance in Ebullient ‘What a Difference Your Love Makes’ Video

U.K. electronic duo Basement Jaxx often appear out of nowhere to be the bouncy, buoyant counterbalance whenever cold, murky beats begin to dominate the landscape.
SPIN Staff / August 8, 2013

Stream Marnie Stern’s Joyous Adult Swim Single ‘This Was It’

Marnie Stern's self-described "less nutso" approach to songwriting has already yielded this year's Essential full-length albumThe Chronicles of Marnia (also one of 2013's Best LPs So…
Kyle McGovern / August 8, 2013

Why Is Macklemore in ScHoolboy Q’s Psychedelic ‘Collard Greens’ Video?

"Collard Greens," the first single off of L.A. rapper ScHoolboy Q's upcoming album, is a song about (surprise!) smoking weed. So the video is exactly…
Jordan Sargent / August 8, 2013

Chris Carrabba’s Twin Forks Hit the Road in ‘Cross My Mind’ Video

It's nearly impossible for singer-songwriter Chris Carrabba to escape the shadow and trappings of his Dashboard Confessional moniker, but he's roaring and stomping back with new outfit…
Luke McCormick / August 8, 2013

Hear Booty Fade Hook Up With Hometown Homie Yung Nation on ‘T.Y.B.’

Booty Fade is the melding of Dallas DJ/producers Sober and Picnictyme. Both dudes are heavily influential in their hometown's party and rap scenes, Picnic working…
Luke McCormick / August 8, 2013

Dance Tracks of the Week: Tiesto, Drake, Dillon Francis, and Flo Rida Hop on the Deep House Train

Tiesto, "Club Life 331" (Sirius XM) So Tiesto has gone and launched a deep house radio show. That's not a sentence I expected to write,…
Philip Sherburne / August 8, 2013

See Julianna Barwick’s Heavenly ‘One Half’ Video

Julianna Barwick finds unity in division in the first video from third album Nepenthe, due out August 20 via Dead Oceans. "One Half," which premiered earlier…
Marc Hogan / August 8, 2013

Listen to Future Tell the Truth on Gritty ‘Honest’

Future — who we sat down with in January — released his debut album Pluto last April, but he's already recorded its follow-up, Honest, scheduled to drop…
Jordan Sargent / August 8, 2013

Hear John Paul Keith Unspool Southern Wisdom on ‘Everything’s Different Now’

Early on, John Paul Keith's music career was plagued by a series of false starts. He parted ways with his first band, the Viceroys, as…
Kyle McGovern / August 8, 2013

Hear Gross Relations’ Furiously Catchy ‘Discovery Zone’

So far, Brooklyn's Gross Relations have only put out small releases — 2010's "Fuzzy Timelines" 7-inch and 2011's Come Clean EP are both up for…
Kyle McGovern / August 8, 2013

See Rhye’s ‘3 Days’ Sex Romp Paired With Vintage Showgirls Shots

If you haven't yet been introduced to Rhye, slip into something a little more comfortable and dim the lights. These international smooth operators specialize in…
Chris Martins / August 7, 2013

‘CBGB’ Trailer Paints Punk’s History in Broad Strokes

After more than two years of rumors, confirmations, Harry Potter character cameos, and flexed Foo Fighters abs, we at last have a trailer for CBGB, the forthcoming…
Chris Martins / August 7, 2013

Audacity’s Hooky ‘Hole in the Sky’ Is a ‘Miracle Song’

It's been just over a year since Audacity unleashed their shreddy Mellow Cruisers album, and the not-so-fresh-faced young punks already have another full-length fast on the…
Kyle McGovern / August 7, 2013

Phosphorescent Plays Urban Cowboy in ‘Ride On/Right On’ Video

Brooklyn-based folkie Phosphorescent tips his hat to his Southern roots in the just-released video for "Ride On/Right On," the latest single off this year's Muchacho.
Kyle McGovern / August 7, 2013

Oh Land’s ‘Renaissance Girls’ Video Is a Women’s Studies Dance Party

Oh Land celebrates modern womanhood on "Renaissance Girls," the lead single off the Danish singer-songwriter's upcoming third album, Wish Bone. According to the woman otherwise known as Nanna Øland Fabricius, "Doing…
Kyle McGovern / August 7, 2013

Watch King Krule Take It ‘Easy Easy’ in His Dad’s Suit

Whether it's water skiing or lounging in a hammock, everyone has a favorite summer activity. Judging by King Krule's "Easy Easy" video, his seems to…
Dan Reilly / August 7, 2013

Julia Holter’s Spooky ‘Maxim’s 1′ Gets Eerie Video Treatment

When Julia Holter first announced her upcoming third album, Loud City Song, the avant-popist cited the 1944 novella Gigi as an influence. The classically trained…
Kyle McGovern / August 7, 2013
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