New Music - Page 183

Hear Little Racer’s Booze-Fueled Mission Statement ‘Punk Life’

Little Racer are based in Brooklyn but first made a splash across the pond, landing a deal with London imprint Young and Lost Club, who…
Kyle McGovern / February 21, 2014

Deap Vally Tear Into ‘Walk of Shame’ and ‘End of the World’ at Electric Ballroom

Deap Vally are still on the road in support of their fierce debut album, and the Los Angeles duo have just announced a schedule of…
Kyle McGovern / February 21, 2014

Hear the Shackeltons’ Hysterical Return, ‘The Ache’

A rock'n'roll singer doesn't always have to be ready to spit, howl, and scrap until he's laid bleeding on the club floor — but it…
Jeremy Gordon / February 21, 2014

DZ Deathrays Go Brutal and Ecstatic on ‘Gina Works at Hearts’

Last we heard from Shane Parsons and Simon Ridley's DZ Deathrays, they delivered the quieter, but bursting, "Northern Lights." Now the two-man Aussie posse are…
Chris Martins / February 21, 2014

Horse Thief Catch Nudist Worshipping the ‘Devil’

Not too long ago, the members of Horse Thief were students at Oklahoma City's Academy of Contemporary Music. Now, the five-piece — who originally hail…
Kyle McGovern / February 21, 2014

Hear James Blake’s Dewy Harmonimix of Kendrick Lamar’s ‘m.A.A.d. city’

A Kendrick Lamar song with barely any rapping doesn't make a whole lot of sense in theory, but James Blake knows how to weave disembodied…
Marc Hogan / February 21, 2014

Stream Del Venicci’s Moody, Psychedelic ‘Haunted Hall’

Atlanta's Del Venicci four-piece began as a collaboration between singer Grace Bellury and guitarist Ross Polliti when they bonded over, among other things, the fact…
Ryan Leas / February 21, 2014

Luvstep DJs Bring the ‘Sunset’ With Sweaty 69-Minute Mix

Joey Massarueh and Michael Lasday are known as Dirty South Joe and Flufftronix respectively, but with their powers combined, they become Luvstep. That Philadelphia-based two-headed…
Chris Martins / February 21, 2014

Nicki Minaj’s Malcolm X Controversy: What Her Critics Got Wrong

Last week, when Nicki Minaj released her new song, "Lookin' Ass Nigga," she got two completely different reactions. Her fans were excited by the prospect of…
Brandon Soderberg / February 21, 2014

Los Campesinos! Salute Blink-182 With ‘Going Away to College’ Cover

Los Campesinos! recently invaded the Sirius XMU offices in New York to play a double-header. The Welsh sextet, of course, performed "Avocado Baby," the latest…
Kyle McGovern / February 20, 2014

Katy Perry Is a Man-Zapping Cleopatra in Superpowered ‘Dark Horse’ Video

Katy Perry borrowed Cleopatra's look for her performance at the BRIT Awards on Wednesday night, and now we know why: The official video for her…
Chris Martins / February 20, 2014

Dance Tracks of the Week: The Martinez Brothers Enter the D.A.I.S.Y. Age

The Martinez Brothers, WARHOL*BASQUIAT*2 (mixtape) The Martinez Brothers were just 13 and 18 when they put out their debut single, "My Rendition," on Dennis Ferrer's Objektivity…
Philip Sherburne / February 20, 2014

Rap Songs of the Week: Kanye West Brings the Right Kind of Corniness to ‘Drunk in Love’

Antwon, "In Ecstasy" Porno pounding, vibrantly drunk trumpet, and a Rick Rubin-like boom-splat power this track from producer DJ Sexplay, featuring coy raps from Antwon…
Brandon Soderberg / February 20, 2014

Your Friend Welcomes You to Lawrence, Kansas, in Ace ‘Tame One’ Video

Lawrence, Kansas, is in the midst of a deep-red state, but this college town has a bustling music scene. "Tame One," from Lawrence transplant Taryn…
Marc Hogan / February 20, 2014

Real Estate Teach ‘Crime’ in Video Guitar Lesson

Real Estate's Atlas doesn't arrive until March 4, but the New Jersey-bred five-piece have already mapped out a few of the album's tracks. "Talking Backwards"
Kyle McGovern / February 20, 2014
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