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Hear Porches. Dish on Sad Sex and Suicide Wishes on ‘Headsgiving’

Porches. occupy a space between what frontman Aaron Maine calls "booty clap" and "sad rock." To wit, the opening line off "Headsgiving," the first track…
Kyle McGovern / July 11, 2013

Hear Champions League’s Balearic Balm ‘In Case You Needed Reassurance’

Champions League's first single was fantastical, summery dance-pop that made no secret of its inspirations. The Paris duo's hometown ode "Paris Is Our Playground" has a song…
Marc Hogan / July 11, 2013

Beastie Boy Mike D’s 10-Minute Punk-Trap Track Raises Hopes for More New Music

The Beastie Boys' final album while Adam Yauch was alive, 2011's Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, included a song known as "Too Many Rappers (New Reactionaries Version)."
Marc Hogan / July 11, 2013

Lindstrom Inspires Norwegian Girls to Geek Out in ‘Vos-sako-rv’ Video

Hans-Peter Lindstrøm flipped the usual release formula last year when he let out two albums within mere months of one another — the space-jazz odyssey Six…
Chris Martins / July 11, 2013

Larry Gus Is a Groove Guru on ‘The Night Patrols (a Man Asleep)’

Larry Gus marks a bit of a departure for DFA Records. While his peers deal in nü-disco delights, this Greece-born producer-singer and recent SPIN profilee…
Chris Martins / July 11, 2013

Tera Melos Make Hot Dogs Dance in ‘Weird Circles’ Video

Tera Melos are very maximal when it comes to their shreddy, melodically buff art-pop. Their April LP X'ed Out is chock-full of great ideas and impressive…
Chris Martins / July 11, 2013

Speedy Ortiz Soundtrack a Ladies’ Wrestling Match in ‘Tiger Tank’ Video

Back in May, Speedy Ortiz landed on SPIN's monthly Best New Artists list, right around the same time the Massachusetts crew released "Tiger Tank," the…
Kyle McGovern / July 11, 2013

Kathleen Hanna’s the Julie Ruin Unveils First Video, ‘Oh Come On’

Oh come on. Oh come on. Oh come on. It's one of those phrases that can be meant at least three wildly disparate ways: inviting, incredulous,…
Marc Hogan / July 11, 2013

White Hills Shred the Light Fantastic on ‘In Your Room’

New York space-rock trio White Hills are set to unleash their seventh album on August 20, and So You Are... So You'll Be looks to…
Chris Martins / July 10, 2013

Stream Holy Ghost!’s James Murphy-Produced ‘Teenagers in Heat’

On September 10, Holy Ghost! will drop Dynamics, the follow-up to the DFA duo's 2011 self-titled debut. The Brooklyn synth duo shared lead single "Dumb…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

House Legend Larry Heard Takes Dent May’s ‘Born Too Late’ to the Club

Mississippi pop-player Dent May gets an incredible assist on this reworking of his new album's lead-off track. The "Born Too Late (Fingers Club Remix)" comes…
Chris Martins / July 10, 2013

Nirvana Get Schooled on Birthing by Bobcat Goldthwait in Honor of ‘In Utero’ Anniversary Set

Nirvana's landmark 1993 album In Utero turns 20 this September, which means the inevitable reissue is on the way. The upcoming retrospective was officially announced Wednesday…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

Of Montreal’s New ‘Lousy With Sylvianbriar’ Album Is Going to Be Even More Hippie-fied

Fans of Athens-addled psychodrama rejoice: Of Montreal are keeping up with their relentlessly prolific release schedule. On October 8, Polyvinyl will unleash the strange-pop collective's…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

Watch Brazos’ Animated DIY ‘Long Shot’ Video

Back in February, Brazos shared the stop-motion video for "How the Ranks Was Won," a sea-faring, time-traveling clip written and directed by main brain Martin…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

Yo La Tengo Meld ‘Yellow Submarine’ and ‘Roger Rabbit’ for Animated ‘Ohm’ Video

Earlier this year, Yo La Tengo released a tree-loving time-lapse video for "Ohm," the nearly seven-minute opening track off this year's slightly slept-on Fade. Now…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

Hear Oh Land’s Sinewy ‘My Boxer’

Oh Land, a.k.a. Nanna Øland Fabricius, will release her third album, Wish Bone, later this year via Federal Prism, the boutique label run by TV on…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013

Evil Eyes Preview July LP ‘Borderlines’ With Gliding ‘Shake the Dust’

Since moving to San Francisco from Nashville to form Evil Eyes, Greg Mabry and Joe Frabotta have self-released a couple of two-song singles and an…
Marc Hogan / July 10, 2013

Jay-Z: More Revealing as Tweeter or Rapper?

On Tuesday, Jay-Z took to Twitter to answer questions from fans. Unlike the usual PR-friendly Twitter celeb sessions, which feel perfunctory and often leave you…
Brandon Soderberg / July 10, 2013

Loden and Doseone Release ‘Future Confetti,’ a Bursting Bag of Psych-Rap Righteousness

Belgian-based producer Loden is known for his lush but light touch. The man born Jolan Koks imbues his beats with rich melody and airy atmosphere,…
Chris Martins / July 10, 2013

Hear Hot Chip Contort Matthew E. White’s ‘Big Love’ Into Corkscrew Funk

Last year, Matthew E. White released Big Inner, a full-length jazz-rock opus bolstered by ornate arrangements and cozy vocals. One highlight off the Virginia singer-songwriter's debut…
Kyle McGovern / July 10, 2013
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