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Even Blacker Days: Soundgarden to Drop Superdeluxe ‘Superunknown’ Box Set

It seems like it was just yesterday that we were talking to Soundgarden about their first album in 16 years, King Animal, but 2014 will…
Chris Martins / February 24, 2014

ScHoolboy Q Streams Guest-Packed ‘Oxymoron’ in Full

As announced by ScHoolboy Q's daughter, the South Central Los Angeles MC will release his major label debut on Tuesday, February 25. The young Joy…
Chris Martins / February 24, 2014

Stream Alan Watts’ Techno-Industrial ‘Ara’ Album

Alan Watts is a band, not a man, a darkly ambient industrial-techno Brooklyn trio comprised of Jeremy Krinsley (an old friend who also records as…
Camille Dodero / February 24, 2014

Watch Justin Timberlake Charmingly Disarm Bird-Flipping Fan

Justin Timberlake gets away with a lot. A national love affair with the Tennessee-born former 'N Sync singer has withstood the boy-band era, the acting…
Marc Hogan / February 24, 2014

Hear Protomartyr’s Twisted Slow-Burner ‘Come & See’

Protomartyr urged "Scum, Rise!" back in January, and now the dynamic Detroit punks are beckoning "Come & See." The foursome (featuring singer Joe Casey, guitarist…
Kyle McGovern / February 24, 2014

Prince’s ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ Live Video Is Kingly

Prince has been blessing audiences abroad with his lavender magic. Earlier this month, we got to see the royal Minneapolitan rip through 1996's "Chaos and Disorder."
Chris Martins / February 24, 2014

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Debuts ‘Loop’ With London Orchestra

Radiohead's ninth album remains a work-in-progress, but guitarist Jonny Greenwood recently unveiled a new piece of music he finished on his own. On Sunday, February…
Kyle McGovern / February 24, 2014

Stream Creepoid’s Spacey Self-Titled LP

While Philadelphia's Creepoid features members of their hometown's contentious noise-punk trio Fight Amp, this band is a decidedly mellower project for the transplants. On their…
David Zisser / February 24, 2014

Watch Manchester Orchestra’s Dark, Flickering Video for ‘Top Notch’

Following their 2011 release Simple Math, Atlanta-based alt-rock group Manchester Orchestra were looking for something different. "We wanted to make the kind of album that's…
Puja Patel / February 24, 2014

Watch Prawn Play a Jazz Age Trifle in ‘Why You Always Leave a Note’ Video

Ridgewood, New Jersey natives Prawn and Rockford, Illinois' Joie De Vivre recently teamed up for a split 7-inch that made its way into the world…
Kyle McGovern / February 24, 2014

The Books Inspire Brilliant Dance Video ‘Yo No Se’

The Books may have called it quits in 2012, but that doesn't mean the New York-born experimental duo can't continue to inspire others with their…
Chris Martins / February 22, 2014

Stream Figgy’s Sumptuous, Dance-Addled R&B Mixtape ‘Between Us’

New York producer Figgy used to be a jazz trombonist, but now he channels his creativity into the electronic arts. Not only does the man…
Chris Martins / February 22, 2014

Help Us Beg Leonardo DiCaprio to Sing With Meshuggah at Bonnaroo

First, hit play on the clip above if you haven't yet had the pleasure of watching Leonardo DiCaprio, as the titular Wolf of Wall Street,…
Chris Martins / February 21, 2014

Fred Armisen’s ‘Late Night’ Band Sounds Like This

Seth Meyers officially becomes the new host of Late Night on Monday, February 24, but we already know a few details about the incoming administration.
Chris Martins / February 21, 2014

See the Flaming Lips and Ben Folds Messily Cover Usher’s ‘Love in This Club’

The Bonnaroo Line-Up Announcement Megathon (B.L.A.M.) broadcast brought with it the exciting news that the Tennessee fest's 2014 lineup will include Kanye West, Elton John,…
Chris Martins / February 21, 2014
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