New Music

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 Mather…
By: 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 —…
By: 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…
By: 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…
By: 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…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013

Hear Doug Tuttle’s Stupefying ‘Turn This Love,’ From MMOSS Guitarist’s Solo Debut

Until very recently, Doug Tuttle played guitar for New Hampshire psych crew MMOSS, who called it quits earlier this year. Now, the six-string wizard ha…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013

Stream Tennis System’s Ode to West Coast Living ‘Call It Home’

Los Angeles transplant Matty Taylor records sun-roasted pop-punk as Tennis System. So far, the one-man band has two albums under its belt — 2009's The…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 6, 2013

Peter Gabriel Finished ‘Courage’ Demo 26 Years Late and It’s Great

Peter Gabriel has at long last finished the demo for "Courage," an incomplete song hailing from the sessions that created the 1986 classic So. Hi…
By: Chris Martins / November 5, 2013

See Destroyer Coo ‘Bye Bye’ From a Chicken Farm

Destroyer returns on November 25 with Five Spanish Songs — the Vancouver rock experimentalist's unexpected en español follow-up to his wooly soft-jazz full-band 2011 effort Kaputt. Last…
By: Chris Martins / November 5, 2013

Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis Takes Ciara on a Lo-Fi ‘Ride’

Speedy Ortiz's fluency with '90s slacker-rock is unquestionable. To wit, before frontwoman Sadie Dupuis led the Best New Artist-honored foursome, she fronted a Pavement cover…
By: Kyle McGovern / November 5, 2013
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