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Ryan Hemsworth and LIZ Bask in ’90s R&B Bliss on ‘Day N’ Nite’

Canuck producer Ryan Hemsworth has been among those soul-wise beatsmiths helping to push '90s-style R&B back into the zeitgeist. He's even embraced the boy band…
Chris Martins / July 31, 2013

Robin Thicke Romances Outside ‘Blurred Lines’ on Synth-y Bonus Tracks

Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines arrived this week, and the iTunes deluxe edition comes packed with two extra tracks. If the album itself finds Thicke stepping from…
Marc Hogan / July 31, 2013

Watch Beyonce Dedicate Moving Cover of ‘A Change Is Gonna Come’ to Detroit

Beyoncé's "Mrs. Carter" tour hit Detroit on July 20, just a day after the city became the largest municipality in American history to file for…
Jordan Sargent / July 31, 2013

Stream the Icarus Line’s Savage, Stoogey, New Album ‘Slave Vows’

The bad-boys of internet 1.0, the Icarus Line, have abandoned the nü-romantic/Birthday Party/shoegaze sexiness of their last few records and have dove headfirst into broken glass…
Christopher R. Weingarten / July 31, 2013

Hear Ad-Rock’s Heartbreaking Monologue From Future Wife’s ‘We’re Gonna Die’

On August 6, acclaimed playwright Young Jean Lee will release We're Gonna Die, the debut album from her band Future Wife. The upcoming LP is…
Kyle McGovern / July 31, 2013

Aceyalone Is the King of Crenshaw in ‘Pass the Hint’ Video

Aceyalone gets a hero's welcome in the brand new video for "Pass the Hint." Returning to Los Angeles from Cuba (if his "Leanin' on Slick" clip is…
Chris Martins / July 31, 2013

Devonwho Floats on Trill and Trippy ‘reds/blues’

San Francisco producer Devonwho caught a little shine last year with a pair of mixtapes that emphasized his ear for futuristic soundscapes owing equally to the…
Chris Martins / July 31, 2013

15 Albums You Can Hear Now: Explosions in the Sky, Rudimental, Pond, Medicine, and More

This week's collection of streamable albums includes Rudimental's Home, Medicine's comeback LP, a little-heard treasure from the late Jason Molina's back catalog, and the first…
Kyle McGovern / July 31, 2013

Lil Silva Builds Glistening Minimal Soul-House in ‘No Doubt’ Video

The forward march of soulful body music continues with a new entry from Bedford, England's Lil Silva. The rising producer weds Chicago-style minimal house to…
Chris Martins / July 31, 2013

Jonwayne Reclaims His Family Name on ‘Marion Morrison’ Mixtape

Los Angeles rapper-producer Jonwayne has returned with Cassette 3: The Marion Morrison Mixtape, a free showcase for the man's considerable skills which also includes cameos from…
Chris Martins / July 31, 2013

Psychic Teens Stream ‘H#TE’ With a Side of Filthy Post-Punk

Philly post-punk outfit Psychic Teens churn out black, bilious rock that owes as much to the gloomy atmospheres of Joy Division as to the gothic…
Chris Martins / July 30, 2013

Maxwell’s Documentary Traces New Jersey Rock Club’s Rich History

Iconic Hoboken rock club Maxwell's will tear its last ticket on Wednesday night (July 31) following 35 years of loyal operation in service to punk,…
Chris Martins / July 30, 2013

Hear Oh Land’s Graceful Feminist Manifesto ‘Renaissance Girls’

A few weeks back, Oh Land announced her impending third album by laying out "My Boxer," a sucker-punching electro seducer produced and co-written by Dan Carey…
Kyle McGovern / July 30, 2013

The Weeknd Has No Time for Slow Sex on ‘Love in the Sky’

The Weeknd's Kiss Land is shaping up to be one long lament about the jetset life, drugs and how they affect his sex life. Following…
Dan Reilly / July 30, 2013

Chance the Rapper Tweets at God in ‘Everybody’s Something’ Video

For a 20-year-old, Chance the Rapper is strikingly introspective. The LSD-dropping Chicago rapper covers a staggering amount of ground on each track of his SPIN Essential Acid Rap,…
Dan Reilly / July 30, 2013

Chief Keef Video Insists ‘I Ain’t Done Turnin’ Up’ Despite Whole World’s Advice

Last week Chief Keef shared two new songs, "Go to Jail" and "I Ain't Done Turnin' Up." While the former had nothing to do with…
Chris Martins / July 30, 2013

Hunters Have a Synchronized-Swimming ‘Seizure’ in New Video

Earlier this month, Hunters shared "Seizure," a slab of feedback-juiced pop-punk off the Brooklyn duo's upcoming self-titled debut album. Now, noise-makers Isabel Almeida and Derek Watson have dropped an…
Kyle McGovern / July 30, 2013

Drake Pal Sampha Performs ‘Indecision’ in Brother’s Childhood Bedroom

British vocalist Sampha is having a big summer: first he featured on Drake's most recent single "The Motion," and today his new EP Dual was released…
Jordan Sargent / July 30, 2013

William Tyler Remakes Cult Drag-Racing Film for ‘Portrait of Sarah’ Video

William Tyler honors the open road and cult 1970s cinema in the just-released video for "A Portrait of Sarah." Directed by Michael Carter, the nearly…
Kyle McGovern / July 30, 2013

Acquaintances Battle Their Vices on Spacy, Splintered ‘This Night Is a Trick’

Ponys haven't put out a studio album since 2007's estimable Turns the Lights Out, but in a way it's a boom year for fans of the Chicago…
Marc Hogan / July 30, 2013
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