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Stream UZ’s Starkly Menacing ‘TRAP S—T 14/15′ EP

Despite the mysterious unknown persona lurking behind UZ's moniker, the Internet trap-rave producer has been burning through Soundcloud with his free EP series over the…
Puja Patel / July 29, 2013

Hear Neva Dinova Frontman Jake Bellows’ Divine Solo Debut ‘New Ocean’

Jake Bellows clocked more than 15 years as the frontman for Neva Dinova, a genre-bending Omaha outfit that issued five albums and toured with the…
Kyle McGovern / July 29, 2013

Deap Vally Are Looking for Trouble on ‘Bad for My Body’

When SPIN sat down with Deap Vally back in January, we learned a startling fact: howler/shredder Lindsey Troy and the kit-smashing Julie Edwards met at…
Chris Martins / July 29, 2013

Mac DeMarco Celebrates Swayze in ‘Young Blood’ Video

Last week, Mac DeMarco unveiled "Young Blood," a lo-fi mumbler inspired by the 1986 Patrick Swayze and Rob Lowe hockey movie of the same name. Recorded…
Dan Reilly / July 29, 2013

Stream Medicine’s Blissful Psych-Gaze Reunion LP ‘To the Happy Few’

With all due respect, shoegaze's history wasn't written by English bands alone. Out in Los Angeles, a group called Medicine were adding to the '90s…
Chris Martins / July 29, 2013

Hear the Family Crest’s Sweeping Orchestral Single ‘The Headwinds’

Orchestral rock outfit the Family Crest have just signed with Portland record label Tender Loving Empire and already have their first release lined up: The…
Kyle McGovern / July 29, 2013

Album of the Week: Stream Rudimental’s EDM-Pop Masterstroke, ‘Home’

"Yesterday I met [Chicago house producer] Roy Davis Jr.," says 27-year-old Rudimental producer Amir Amor from his London studio, beaming about crossing paths with a…
Puja Patel / July 29, 2013

Action Bronson Is Dunkin’ on Dikembe in ‘Water Sports’

Allow us to bring you into the weekend on a high note with Action Bronson's new song, "Water Sports." Premiering earlier at the Village Voice,…
Dan Reilly / July 27, 2013

Watch Atoms for Peace Sway Intensely to the Sound of ‘The Clock’

After Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich dissolved all alliances with Spotify, they announced that Atoms for Peace had inked a deal with the pay-per-download video service…
Dan Reilly / July 26, 2013

Basement Jaxx Go Full-Tilt ’80s for ‘What a Difference Your Love Makes’

Three months after breaking their silence with the tropical "Back 2 the Wild," English house disruptors Basement Jaxx are treating us to another new song. "What…
Dan Reilly / July 26, 2013

Migos and Twista Deal Tons of Drugs on Pounding New Track ‘Remix’

Atlanta rap trio Migos quickly shot to stardom last month — a time that SPIN chronicled — when Drake threw a verse on their nascent…
Jordan Sargent / July 26, 2013

Chief Keef’s ‘Go to Jail’ Isn’t About His Regular Visits to the Slammer

With last year's Finally Rich and his scattered output in 2013 — including tracks like "Macaroni Time" and "Round Da Rosey" — Chicago rapper Chief Keef has, with varying…
Jordan Sargent / July 26, 2013

Hear Broadcaster’s Crud-Coated Charmer ‘Tomorrow’

For the snotty snarl and gunky hooks of indie-punk forebears Jawbreaker and Superchunk, look no further than Broadcaster's "Tomorrow." Frontman Jesse Litwa, bassist Tom Kelly,…
Kyle McGovern / July 26, 2013

Dance-Pop Singer Sam Smith Suavely Keeps Your Secrets ‘Safe With Me’

Sam Smith's best-known releases so far have been as a dance-pop guest singer, first on Disclosure's Settle-preceding "Latch" and then on fellow British producer Naughty Boy's…
Marc Hogan / July 26, 2013

Four Tet Says Hey and Locks Into a Whirring Dance Groove on ‘Kool FM’

Kieran Hebden has unveiled the first track from his upcoming Four Tet album Beautiful Rewind, which the producer announced this week would be "coming soon." As…
Marc Hogan / July 26, 2013

Stream Jason Molina’s High School Punk Band’s 1991 Cassette ‘Hello Future Tinglies’

Before Songs: Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co., the late Jason Molina played bass and sung back-up vocals in a punk outfit called Spineriders. On August 27,…
Kyle McGovern / July 26, 2013

William Onyeabor’s ‘Good Name’ Will Finally Get Its Due on New Compilation

William Onyeabor is a mysterious man with a beloved back catalog. Despite growing a deeply loyal cult following over the decades, the Nigerian electro-funk/Afro-beat innovator…
Chris Martins / July 26, 2013

Sirah Moves ‘On to the Next’ With Big Hooks and Tight Rhymes

Los Angeles rapper-singer Sirah walks a rare line. Though she'd been spitting prior, she rose to fame as the voice of Skrillex's "Bangarang," cites Cincinnati psych-rap…
Chris Martins / July 26, 2013

Ha Ha Tonka Announce Lush New Album With Bouncy Bummer ‘Colorful Kids’

Ha Ha Tonka will return this fall with their fourth album, Lessons, due September 24 via Bloodshot Records. Produced by Lucius drummer Dan Molad alongside the…
Kyle McGovern / July 26, 2013

Watch New Order Revive ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ at Bestival 2012

New Order recently released Live at Bestival 2012, a 13-track live album documenting their performance at the titular festival. The synth-rock icons played many of…
Kyle McGovern / July 26, 2013
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