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Kanye West’s Unaired HBO Pilot Footage Is Four Minutes of Awkward

Back in 2008, Kanye West deemed himself "the black Larry David" and filmed a Curb Your Enthusiasm-style pilot for HBO. The untitled show never made…
Dan Reilly / July 15, 2013

Stream Zorch’s ‘Zzoorrcchh,’ a Maximal Pop Masterwork

We heard from Austin's Zorch back in February when they shared the maximal pop explosion that was "We All Die Young." Despite the track's outwardly…
Chris Martins / July 15, 2013

Daughn Gibson Unveils Boozy, Bluesy ‘Kissin on the Blacktop’ Video

Daughn Gibson fittingly chose to film the official video for his gutter blues track "Kissin on the Blacktop" in the type of bar where you…
Dan Reilly / July 15, 2013

Rap’s Most Slept-On Releases of 2013’s Second Quarter

Asaad - Cold Blue Highlights: "27," "Next Megabus," "Burn Tha Church/Family" RIYL: Earl Sweatshirt, Grande Marshall, Mike Leigh's Naked Nothing about this Philadelphia rapper makes sense:…
Brandon Soderberg / July 15, 2013

Album of the Week: Fuck Buttons’ ‘Slow Focus’; Stream It With Track-by-Track Commentary

It's been a year since Bristol's two-man ecstasy engine Fuck Buttons were hitting more TVs than Don Draper, riding chariots of fire across the globe…
Christopher R. Weingarten / July 15, 2013

Hear Doley Bernays’ Devastating ‘Till We Fall’

Bronx rapper Doley Bernays, like so many of New York's savvy MCs right now, remains true to the city's teeth-gritting spitting tradition while also embracing…
Brandon Soderberg / July 15, 2013

Stream Hieroglyphics’ Gargantuan Return LP, ‘The Kitchen’

Oakland underground rap legends Hieroglyphics have returned with their first collective album in a decade, The Kitchen. With an assist from Sacramento DJ crew the Sleeprockers,…
Chris Martins / July 15, 2013

Stream Postiljonen’s Unabashedly Smooth ‘Skyer’ Album

Skyer means what it sounds like: The title of Postiljonen's debut is the Norwegian word for "clouds." While dreamy, dewy pop has been the rule…
Marc Hogan / July 15, 2013

Listen to Eros and the Eschaton’s Cloudy Guitar Onslaught ‘Dont.Look.So.Sad’

Eros and the Eschaton are a duo composed of real-life couple Adam Hawkins and Kate Perdoni. The North Carolina lovebirds' full-length debut, the cheekily titled Home Address for Civil War,…
Kyle McGovern / July 15, 2013

Stream Zoos of Berlin’s Ornately Cosmopolitan Album ‘Lucifer in the Rain’

Zoos of Berlin are a Michigan band whose urbane but skewed style of art-pop has few immediate peers, though Roxy Music, the Sea & Cake,…
Marc Hogan / July 15, 2013

The Weeknd Trolls Portishead for Long, Dark ‘Belong to the World’ Video

The Weeknd's haute taste in samples may have finally run him into trouble. The shadowy R&B lothario known as Abel Tesfaye has drawn on music…
Marc Hogan / July 15, 2013

Jay-Z Producer Hit-Boy Does His Own Amanda Bynes Edition of ‘Somewhereinamerica’

Earlier this week Hit-Boy dropped "New Chains," a reworking of Kanye West's "New Slaves" that found the SoCal producer showing of his very able skills as a…
Chris Martins / July 13, 2013

DJ Rashad and DJ Spinn Party With Kitty in ‘She Turnt Up’ Video

Chicago footwork king DJ Rashad and his ghetto-house Teklife crew compatriot DJ Spinn have teamed up for "She Turnt Up," a sufficiently wavy trunk-rattler replete…
Chris Martins / July 13, 2013

YACHT and Eric Andre Advocate for ‘Medical Crystal Meth’ in ‘Dr. MDMA, M.D.’ Mixtape

Gonzo comic and Adult Swim television host Eric Andre has teamed up with DFA disco revisionists YACHT to create a 48-minute mixtape chock full of…
Chris Martins / July 12, 2013

Damon Albarn’s Supergroup Song Is Disappointing, But at Least It’s for Charity

Earlier this week, we alerted you to the forthcoming Fresh Touch track set to include contributions from Blur/Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn, Franz Ferdinand's charismatic singer…
Chris Martins / July 12, 2013

Passion Pit Delicately Cover fun.’s ‘Carry On’

Passion Pit may be an arena-sized act — how that happened is still a little mind-boggling — but main man Michael Angelakos recently scaled back…
Kyle McGovern / July 12, 2013

Hieroglyphics Star in Blaxploitation Flick for ’70s-Loving ‘It’s Partly Me’ Video

Hieroglyphics will make their long-awaited return on July 16 when the hip-hop collective issues The Kitchen, the follow-up to 2003's Full Circle. In advance of…
Kyle McGovern / July 12, 2013

Franz Ferdinand Hijack a Parisian Hotel in Live ‘Love Illumination’ Video

Late last month, Franz Ferdinand shared "Right Action" and "Love Illumination," the first two tastes off of the dancing Scots' upcoming fourth album, Right Thoughts, Right…
Kyle McGovern / July 12, 2013

Watch Katy B’s Devastating, Unplugged ‘What Love Is Made Of’ Video

Dance music has reconquered the British pop charts recently, and few singers are better positioned to reap the rewards than Katy B. On her excellent…
Marc Hogan / July 12, 2013

Hear Miguel and Jessie Ware’s Lovely Fake Duet on Revamped ‘Adorn’

Two of SPIN's favorite alt-R&B risers of 2012 have come together. London post-dubstep singer Jessie Ware now officially adorns a version of "Adorn" by Los…
Chris Martins / July 12, 2013
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