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Stream Cloud Control’s Towering Psych-Pop Single ‘Scar’

Cloud Control are an Australian psych-pop quartet well-versed in soaring choruses, warm electronic loops, and romantic misunderstandings, all of which can be found on "Scar,"
Kyle McGovern / July 24, 2013

Hear the Darcys’ Moody Electronic Rock Salvo ‘The River’

Toronto's the Darcys have assembled quite a body of work in such a relatively short period of time. The quartet's 2011 self-titled debut came by…
Chris Martins / July 24, 2013

Watch RiFF RaFF and Far East Movement Update ‘Office Space’ in ‘The Illest’ Video

Far East Movement once had a hit called "Like a G6." Now they're collaborating with RiFF RaFF, which says much more about the relevancy of the…
Jordan Sargent / July 23, 2013

See Broken Social Scene Perform Lost Gem ‘Where’s Your Heart, Where’s Your Mind’

Broken Social Scene are bad at retirement. Since calling it quits in 2011, the Canadian collective reformed for what was to be a one-off show…
Dan Reilly / July 23, 2013

Saint Rich’s ‘Officer’ Is the First Shot From New Delicate Steve Spinoff

Saint Rich is the new offshoot project of Delicate Steve bandmates Steve Marion and Christian Peslak. The duo will release their debut album, Beyond the…
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013

Arca’s Post-‘Yeezus’ Mix ‘&&&&&’ Is Frighteningly Good

In an old bio for Venezuela-born producer Arca, the young man's mother writes, "new forms tunes and notes transfers from the heart what is best…
Chris Martins / July 23, 2013

Mac DeMarco Mutilates Metallica and More on Live Album

Mac DeMarco untangled Weezer's "Undone — The Sweater Song" a few months back, turning in a sloppy, mumble-mouthed cover for the A.V. Club's "Undercover" series.
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013

Ad-Rock Makes ‘RoboSexual’ Freak-Freak on Maximum Hedrum Remix

If the name Maximum Hedrum evokes memories of a certain talking head/Coca-Cola spokesman, well, that's probably intentional. "Sometimes I feel like I'm a machine, I…
Chris Martins / July 23, 2013

Explosions in the Sky Go Electro With ‘Join Me on My Avalanche’

Last month, Explosions in the Sky teased their upcoming score for Prince Avalanche, the new David Gordon Green film starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch,…
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013

Holy Ghost! Salute New York City in VHS-Like ‘Teenagers in Heat’ Video

A few weeks back, Holy Ghost! shared "Teenagers in Heat," a New Order-flavored outtake from the New York duo's upcoming Dynamics LP. Now, Nick Millhiser and…
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013

Here We Go Magic’s Luke Temple Returns to Solo Life With Funk Come-On ‘Katie’

Luke Temple's restless muse took him across various styles before he finally garnered some overdue recognition with Here We Go Magic. Temple still has some…
Marc Hogan / July 23, 2013

Washed Out Guides a Dazzling Safari in ‘Don’t Give Up’ Video

Washed Out's Ernest Greene shouldn't have to try this hard to prove he's more than a "bedroom" music-maker, but what a pleasure that he did.
Marc Hogan / July 23, 2013

Mac Miller Goes Minimal in Dreamy ‘I Am Who I Am (Killin’ Time)’ Video

Much has been made of the maturity Mac Miller shows on his acclaimed Watching Movies With the Sound Off, and it's best exemplified on the…
Dan Reilly / July 23, 2013

Stream Missing Monuments’ Self-Titled Garage-Pop Opus, the Latest From King Louie

Missing Monuments is the latest project from King Louie Bankston, a garage and power-pop landmark whose resume includes a stint in the Exploding Hearts and time…
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013

The Weeknd Adds Seductive Touch on Kavinsky’s ‘Odd Look’ Remix

Kavinsky's breakout came when his 2010 song "Nightcall" made it into opening credits of Ryan Gosling's Drive, so it's only natural the French producer's '80s-coated,…
Marc Hogan / July 23, 2013

Lucius Announce Debut Album With Bubbly Soul Single ‘Hey, Doreen’

Hotly tipped Brooklyn indie-pop outfit Lucius will deliver their debut album unto the world on October 15 via Mom+Pop. Wildewoman will feature 11 songs (and one…
Chris Martins / July 23, 2013

JMSN Explores Desert, Dualities in Sax-Assisted ‘Love & Pain’ Video

Detroit-via-Los Angeles singer-producer JMSN (like the whiskey) has some odd yet impressive bona fides in his back pocket. Of late, he's been operating in the…
Chris Martins / July 23, 2013

Atropolis and Carol C Get Flouncy in Upbeat ‘Which Way to Go’ Video

The top of the work week can be tough, but Atropolis and his vocally blessed gal-pal Carol C are doing their best to provide relief. The…
Chris Martins / July 23, 2013

The Front Bottoms Fight Suburban Hometown Blues in ‘Funny You Should Ask’ Video

New Jersey duo Front Bottoms excel at crafting folk-inflected pop-punk, songs occupied by characters that are too smart (and too sensitive) for their own good.
Kyle McGovern / July 23, 2013

‘Blurred Lines’-‘Growing Pains’ Mashup Reminds That, Yes, Robin Thicke Is Jason Seaver’s Son

Now that Robin Thicke is a chart-topping hitmaker, a wider audience is discovering what R&B listeners have long known: Yes, that guy with the soul-dripping…
Marc Hogan / July 23, 2013
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