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The National Get ‘Lean’ on for ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Soundtrack

The National return in particularly morose form (that's a good thing) on "Lean," the Brooklyn band's contribution to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack. The 15-song…
Chris Martins / November 7, 2013

Juan Wauters Breaks From the Beets for Beautiful Folk Tune ‘Water’

New York garage-folk hero Juan Wauters is breaking free from the Beets for his debut album, N.A.P. North American Poetry. In contrast to his shambolic band's…
Chris Martins / November 7, 2013

Deltron 3030 and Zack De La Rocha Get a Cartoon ‘Melding of the Minds’

The Deltron 3030 reunion is in full swing with the Event 2 album out now — a sequel 13 years in the making — and a far-reaching,…
Chris Martins / November 6, 2013

Stream Sampha’s Brooding, Drake-Less Version of ‘Too Much’

Drake's "Too Much" stands as one of the finest tracks on the Toronto MC's third album. It's a piano-lined "let's clear the air" confessional aimed…
Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013

Hear Jam City’s Chiming Techno Feat ‘Bells’

We most recently heard Jam City's inimitable electronic touch on the stunning futuristic R&B vortex that is Kelela's Cut 4 Me mixtape. But the English producer…
Chris Martins / November 6, 2013

Gang Gang Dance’s Brian Degraw and CSS’ Lovefoxxx Pair Off for Synthy ‘Flowers’

Gang Gang Dance co-founder Brian Degraw has gone solo under the alphabet soup-y moniker bEEdEEgEE, and plans to release the project's debut album on December…
Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013

See Thao & the Get Down Stay Down Christen a Bridge in ‘The Feeling Kind’

We recently had the honor of speaking to Thao Nguyen in her hometown of San Francisco, shortly after she'd shredded and shouted the Outside Lands…
Chris Martins / November 6, 2013

Cocteau Twins Stepchildren Snowbird Woo Radiohead Members for Debut

Cocteau Twins multi-instrumentalist Simon Raymonde has teamed with singer-songwriter Stephanie Dosen to form a new project dubbed Snowbird. The duo's debut album, moon, arrives in…
Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013

Trip With the Cairo Gang for Reality-Bending ‘Take Your Time’ Video

The Cairo Gang found their widest audience with 2010's Bonnie 'Prince' Billy collaboration The Wonder Show of the World, but the Chicago crew have their…
Chris Martins / November 6, 2013

These New Puritans Serve Eyeball Hors D’oeuvres in Animated ‘V (Island Song)’ Video

These New Puritans' virtuosically complex art rock belies their indie status, and the videos from the British band's new Field of Reeds have been no…
Marc Hogan / November 6, 2013

Hear Eminem on SiriusXM’s ‘Town Hall’: ‘I Just Want to Rap’

Eminem sat down for one of SiriusXM's "Town Hall" sessions to mark the release of his rhyme clinic of a new album The Marshall Mathers…
Marc Hogan / November 6, 2013

Stream Yo Gotti’s ‘I Am,’ an All-Star Opus That’s Bigger Than Southern Rap

Yo Gotti has built a small empire operating independently out of Memphis — his own prolific catalog alongside the artists on his CMG label —…
Chris Martins / November 6, 2013

Hear Eminem’s 24-Carat Golden Age Throwback ‘Don’t Front’

In Eminem's high-wire balancing act between a tradition of blazing lyricism and the transitory demands of the pop marketplace, here's one for the oldheads. Or…
Marc Hogan / November 6, 2013

Lana Del Rey Prays to John Wayne in Skimpy ‘Tropico’ Teaser

Lana Del Rey has a new teaser video, pilgrim. The short for the Born to Die singer's upcoming Tropico film features a veiled, prayerful Lana…
Marc Hogan / November 6, 2013

Stream Tough Age’s Battle-Damaged Bubblegum Debut Album

Tough Age's forté is scuzz-pop, another term for the sort of chunky garage-punk that comes coated in swathes of sugary hooks. On November 12, the…
Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013
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