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Watch Korn Reunite With ‘Head’ in Intimate Tour Documentary

Korn return with their 11th album proper this week (October 8). Paradigm Shift made SPIN's list of the 50 Fall Albums You've Gotta Hear not only because…
Chris Martins / October 7, 2013

Frederic Robinson’s ‘Static Float’ Is an Insanely Detailed Drum ‘n’ Bass Dreamscape

Once upon a time, there was a style known as "drill 'n' bass," a rotor-rattling, rivet-busting take on jungle that shook up breakbeat science like…
Philip Sherburne / October 7, 2013

Yo La Tengo Have Been Turned Into Adorable Vinyl Dolls

Yo La Tengo have had a hankering for youth of late. In honor of their most recent album Fade, the Hoboken indie OGs shared a pair…
Chris Martins / October 4, 2013

Keeping Up With Kanye West’s ‘Kardashians’ Cameos Is Hilarious Business

Over the year-plus that he's been dating Kim Kardashian, Kanye West has understandably made it a point to avoid appearing on E!'s reality show about…
Chris Martins / October 4, 2013

See Lorde’s ‘Royals’ Get Positively Funked by Mayer Hawthorne

Lorde's "Royals" just became the biggest song in the country, making the 16-year-old artist the youngest Hot 100 chart-topper since Tiffany scored in 1987. Her Pure…
Chris Martins / October 4, 2013

Listen to Haim’s Misty Twin Shadow Collaboration ‘Edge’

Haim's debut album Days Are Gone is a distinct intersection of influences converging across music and time: the wisp of radio rock of the '80s, the soulful singing…
Jordan Sargent / October 4, 2013

How Josh Homme’s Arctic Monkeys Live Cameo Was Sort of Trolling

Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme joined Arctic Monkeys last night for a surprise guest appearance live in Los Angeles. That's true. You can…
Marc Hogan / October 4, 2013

Kelela’s Stunning ‘Cut 4 Me’ Mixtape Will Suck You Into a Futuristic R&B Vortex

Kelela's voice is a slow curl of steam rising from the subway grate; it's a beam of light scraped across a curtain of icicles. You…
Philip Sherburne / October 4, 2013

Chuck Inglish, Mac Miller, Ab-Soul Get Trippy on ‘Came Thru/Easily’

Cool Kids co-founder Chuck Inglish has got a full-length debut on deck for the new year — Convertibles, due February 11 on Dave Sitek's Federal Prism…
Chris Martins / October 4, 2013

Best Coast’s ‘This Lonely Morning’ Wakes, Bakes, Rises, Shines

Best Coast's trajectory is clear. Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno made it obvious on their 2010 debut album, Crazy for You, that simple melodies, bluntly…
Marc Hogan / October 4, 2013

Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar’s Stark ‘Nosetalgia’ Video Vindicates Kanye West’s Rant

At a listening party for Pusha T's upcoming My Name Is My Name, Kanye West passionately laid out his G.O.O.D. Music label's marketing strategy: "We…
Marc Hogan / October 4, 2013

Lauryn Hill Bids Farewell to Prison With Furious ‘Consumerism’

Lauryn Hill gets out of prison today, but first she has a final musical document of her frustrated, society-condemning fury. Little is spared on "Consumerism,"
Marc Hogan / October 4, 2013

Hear Gloom Balloon’s Sax-Dipped Regret Rap ‘She Was the One That Got Away’

Gloom Balloon are full of surprises, but the subject matter of "She Was the One That Got Away" is not one of them. The track…
Chris Martins / October 4, 2013

Migos Made It: The Aspirational Significance of ‘Versace’

Two months after Drake deigned to remix Migos' "Versace" from the Young Rich Niggas mixtape, pushing the already-buzzing group closer to the mainstream (and inspiring…
Brandon Soderberg / October 4, 2013

Watch Juicy J’s Stoned Fever Dream ‘All I Blow Is Loud’

The video for Juicy J's "All I Blow Is Loud" starts off fairly plainly before devolving into a barely coherent yet nonetheless compelling mess. The…
Jordan Sargent / October 3, 2013
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