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Watch Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and S. Carey Play “Babys” in Berlin

La Blogothèque, the group behind the Paris-set Take Away Shows, just posted a video of Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and S. Carey performing a stripped-down…
Taylor Berman / January 16, 2017

New Music: SassyBlack – Pop Treasury Vol. 1

If you've already heard xx's I See You, you could check out R&B artist SassyBlack's Pop Treasury Vol. 1, a short mix composed entirely of *NSYNC samples that premiered…
Brian Josephs / January 13, 2017

New Music: WHY? – “Proactive Evolution”

Today, WHY? recently unveiled their latest "Proactive Evolution" from the upcoming album Moh Lhean out this March with Joyful Noise. Following the act's long tradition…
Rob Arcand / January 13, 2017

New Music: SZA Releases “Drew Barrymore,” Announces New Album CTRL

Drew Barrymore is in the headlines—not for a movie or anything, but because she's the title of SZA's new song. The TDE first lady released…
Brian Josephs / January 13, 2017

New Music – Priests: “Nothing Feels Natural”

After sharing the gnarled "JJ" and Sleater-Kinneyian "Pink White House," the D.C. punk quartet Priests give us "Nothing Feels Natural," the title track from their…
Andy Cush / January 13, 2017

New Music: Stream the Flaming Lips’ Oczy Mlody

The Flaming Lips's new album Oczy Mlody is out today, and available to stream. This will be their 16th studio album; their last LP of original…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 13, 2017

Listen to the xx Cover Drake and Rihanna’s “Too Good”

Today, the xx released their new album I See You. They also shared a new cover, as the trio performed a cover of Drake and Rihanna's collaboration…
Brian Josephs / January 13, 2017

New Music: Stream the xx’s I See You

The xx's new album, I See You, is out today. You can listen to it below. It's their third record following 2009's self-titled debut and 2012's Coexist.
Jeremy Gordon / January 13, 2017

New Music: Jay Som – “The Bus Song”

Following the unexpected success of her 2016 Bandcamp project Turn Into, Jay Som (a.k.a. 22-year-old singer-songwriter Melina Duterte) has announced a full-length follow-up for 2017. Everybody Works will arrive March…
Anna Gaca / January 12, 2017

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Are Scoring a New Ken Burns Documentary on the Vietnam War

These days, Nine Inch Nails are composed of Trent Reznor and longtime collaborator Atticus Ross. The two will score an upcoming Ken Burns documentary about…
Jeremy Gordon / January 12, 2017

New Music: Iggy Pop – “Gold”

Last month, punk titan Iggy Pop received his first-ever Golden Globe nomination for his song "Gold," from the upcoming film Gold, starring Matthew McConaughey. The song, which…
Anna Gaca / January 12, 2017

Video: The Orwells – “Black Francis”

With their third album Terrible Human Beings coming up on February 17, the Orwells have shared a new video for their deep-fried garage scorcher "Black Francis." The…
Anna Gaca / January 12, 2017

Video: The Weeknd – “Party Monster”

Drive, the Wachowskis's movie of Speed Racer, and the video for Prodigy's "Smack My Bitch Up" video are just some of the visual reference points for the…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 12, 2017

New Music: Pharmakon – “Transmission”

Following 2014's Bestial Burden and a stunning contribution to Adult Swim's NOISE compilation at the tail-end of last year, Pharmakon's Margaret Chardiet has announced a third studio album titled Contact. Scheduled for…
Rob Arcand / January 12, 2017

Video: Allison Crutchfield – “I Don’t Ever Wanna Leave California”

Allison Crutchfield of Swearin' is preparing the release of her debut solo album, Tourist In this Town. We've already heard "Dean's Room," and today Crutchfield has a new…
Anna Gaca / January 12, 2017
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