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Dance Tracks of the Week: More From New York’s Mysterious, Pricey White Material Collective

White Material, White Material (White Material)The hype on some of this shit is getting out of control. I ordered the fourth and latest 12-inch from…
Philip Sherburne / October 24, 2013

Latyrx Team with Gift of Gab and tUnE-yArDs for a ‘Watershed Moment’

Lateef and Lyrics Born are Latyrx, two Bay Area-based Solesides O.G.s who helped redefine hip-hop alongside DJ Shadow and Blackalicious in '90s. But in all…
Chris Martins / October 24, 2013

Arctic Monkeys Build Stage, Fans Come in Corn-fed ‘One for the Road’ Video

Arctic Monkeys' fifth album, the excellent AM, has proven festival-headliner prowess, but its canny hybrid of glam-burnished guitar-rock and slithery, R&B-evoking grooves doesn't exactly scream…
Marc Hogan / October 24, 2013

Lady Gaga’s EDM-Pop ‘Artpop’ Track ‘Swine’ Purportedly Leaks

Another legit-seeming track set for Lady Gaga's Artpop has surfaced, and it continues the Mother Monster's embrace of full-on, where's-the-drop electronic dance music of the…
Marc Hogan / October 24, 2013

Better Off Would Rather Be Cliff-Jumping in ‘A Fool Walks Into a Bar and Cries Wolf’ Video

The boys of Better Off handily give raw rebirth to the sounds of albums like Jimmy Eat World's Bleed American, which captured the moment when…
Chris Martins / October 24, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Death Cab for Cutie, Los Campesinos!, Widowspeak, and More

Start coasting towards the weekend with the latest releases by Death Cab for Cutie (a 10th anniversary edition of 2003's star-making Transatlanticism), Los Campesinos!, Widowspeak,…
Kyle McGovern / October 24, 2013

Here’s Another Arcade Fire Clip Teasing the Arrival of ‘Reflektor’

With the October 29 release date of Reflektor fast approaching, Arcade Fire continue to troll tease the forthcoming album at an exponentially increasing rate. Above you'll…
Chris Martins / October 23, 2013

Cartoon Kurt Cobain Talks About School, Punk, Sexuality in 1993 Interview

Nirvana fans have had a bounty of new-old content to feast on of late. There was, of course, the massive In Utero reissue and all of its…
Kyle McGovern / October 23, 2013

Milosh’s Wife Goes for an Emotional Drive in Rhye Singer’s ‘Slow Down’ Video

Michael Milosh's upcoming solo album now has a release date, but otherwise the Rhye singer doesn't appear to be in any hurry. Milosh has previously…
Marc Hogan / October 23, 2013

Johnny Jewel Reissues ‘The Messenger,’ Channels ’80s in ‘The Hunt’ Video

Long before synth-master Johnny Jewel returned to the After Dark franchise, he shared The Messenger, a promo album crafted with his Desire bandmate Nat Walker.
Kyle McGovern / October 23, 2013

See Elliott Smith Covered by Sky Ferreira and DIIV’s Zachary Cole Smith

Two days after the 10th anniversary of Elliott Smith's death, some decent video is circulating from a recent Smith tribute show in Brooklyn. The bill…
Marc Hogan / October 23, 2013

See Holy Ghost! Disco-fy Drake’s ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’

Drake's New Wavy seducer "Hold On, We're Going Home" has already been reworked by Arctic Monkeys, Rick Ross, and Dev Hynes. Now Holy Ghost! take their…
Kyle McGovern / October 23, 2013

Hear Superchunk’s Disarming, Acoustic Rendition of ‘Breaking Down’

Back in September, the organist for the Boston Red Sox snuck in a special treat for Superchunk fans: A Fenway Park-appropriate rendition of "Me &…
Kyle McGovern / October 23, 2013

Stream Audacity’s Outrageously Catchy ‘Butter Knife’ LP

Audacity put out the the first full-length on their Fullerton, California, hometown's beloved Burger Records, but the surf-splashed garage-punks have made the jump to Suicide…
Marc Hogan / October 23, 2013

The Flaming Lips Find Sunshine on ‘Is the Black at the End Good’

The Flaming Lips release their Peace Sword EP on October 29, but are streaming the first taste of the thing here. As aforementioned, Oklahoma's favorite…
Chris Martins / October 23, 2013
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