New Music - Page 186

Sebadoh Uncertainly Embrace Dad-Rock With ‘State of Mine’ Video

"To let the children grow / To feel it themselves / To hurt and grow / It's the hardest thing I've done and I haven't…
Marc Hogan / January 29, 2014

Vanaprasta and Hands Discover Psych-Trap on ‘NYF’ Remix

Los Angeles' Vanaprasta made a lot of local noise with their 2011 debut Healthy Geometry, but the impassioned indie quintet are poised to break out…
Chris Martins / January 29, 2014

Juke-Inspired DJ Clap Scores Happy Wilding in ‘Hopeful Hearts’ Video

Phoenix, Arizona is a long way from Chicago — in so many ways — but DJ Clap excellently channels the influence of trap and juke…
Chris Martins / January 29, 2014

See Katy B Stitch Arctic Monkeys to Ben Pearce in Live Cover

Katy B will release her second album, Little Red, on February 10 via Rinse/Columbia, but rather than share new cuts from the 12-song platter, she's…
Chris Martins / January 29, 2014

Mykki Blanco Swaggers With The-Drum Producer on ‘She Gutta’

Mykki Blanco put her stamp on 2013 with Betty Rubble: The Initiation, an all-too short EP that spawned a terrifying video (for "The Initiation") but…
Chris Martins / January 28, 2014

Damon Albarn and Brian Eno Sing of Hope on ‘Heavy Seas of Love’

Damon Albarn is inching ever closer to the release of his debut solo album, Everyday Robots. We've already heard the haunted titular track and seen…
Chris Martins / January 28, 2014

10 Songs You Might’ve Missed Post-Grammys: Drake in Spanish, CHVRCHES Do Bauhaus

The Grammys sucked up most of the oxygen these past couple of days, but plenty of new music has surfaced that's worth your time. And…
Marc Hogan / January 28, 2014

Hear Creative Adult’s Post-Punk Road Trip ‘Public Transit’

"Public Transit" from Bay Area noisemakers Creative Adult is an aural trip through the most vital elements of '80s post-punk. It has scheduled stops in…
Brandon Soderberg / January 28, 2014

Zoe Kravitz’s Lolawolf Band Streams Darkly Pop, Electro-R&B EP

Lolawolf's debut EP begins with a, um, bang: "Would you take me to the west side? / Would that be alright?" Zoë Kravitz coos on…
Chris Martins / January 28, 2014

Fred Falke Cakes Tiesto’s Blissful ‘Red Lights’ in House Grit

Tiësto is full of surprises these days. First, the Dutch EDM icon shows up as the secret guest on a rave cruise headlined by hard-hitting…
Chris Martins / January 28, 2014

Watch Linnea Olsson’s Death-Defying Cello-Pop ‘Dinosaur’ Video

Linnea Olsson is a cello-wielding Swedish singer-songwriter whose U.S. debut album Ah! came out earlier this month. SPIN can exclusively premiere the Alana da Silva-directed…
Marc Hogan / January 28, 2014

N.A.S.A. and Karen O Drop Disco Cover of Bob Marley’s ‘I Shot the Sheriff’

It's been awhile since we're heard from N.A.S.A., but there are worse ways to stage a comeback than with a dub-disco version of Bob Marley's…
Chris Martins / January 27, 2014

Hip-Hop at the Grammys: Macklemore Wins, Kendrick Lamar and the Rest of Rap Music Lose

The Grammys' continued ghettoizing of the rap awards to the pre-telecast was actually welcome this year: It meant not having to hear Macklemore's name called…
Brandon Soderberg / January 27, 2014

Cloud Nothings Herald New Album With Triumphant ‘I’m Not Part of Me’

When Cloud Nothings debuted their new album earlier this month live in Brooklyn, the onstage urgency and iffy sound quality left an impression of savage…
Marc Hogan / January 27, 2014

Pixies’ Mean ‘Magdelena’ Comes to Life in Odd, Arty Video

Alt-icons Pixies continue their return run with the video for "Magdelena," a freshly shared cut from their surprise release, EP-2. We previously heard the howling,…
Chris Martins / January 27, 2014
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