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See Models Writhe to Panda Bear’s Solo Sounds in Fashion Preview Clip

Animal Collective co-founder Noah “Panda Bear” Lennox scores a new video celebrating the spring/summer 2014 line of Portuguese designer Fernanda Pereira, who happens to be…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2013

Leverage Models and Sharon Van Etten Ride to Coney Island in ‘Sweep’ Video

Back in August, SPIN premiered “Sweep,” an elastic bit of oddball electroni-pop crafted by Leverage Models, a.k.a. producer Shannon Fields. The single features Sharon Va…
Kyle McGovern / October 30, 2013

David Bowie Previews ‘Next Day Extra’ With New Wavy ‘Atomica’ Trailer

David Bowie follows up his March surprise The Next Day on November 5 with — what else — The Next Day Extra. A new trailer for…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2013

Stream Tara Jane O’Neil’s Hushed ‘Wordless in Woods’

Tara Jane O'Neil will return early next year with Where Shine New Lights, her first solo album in five years. Due January 27 via Kranky…
Kyle McGovern / October 30, 2013

Hear Eminem and Kendrick Lamar’s Blowjobby, Button-Pushing ‘Love Game’

Eminem and Kendrick Lamar’s collaboration, a bright spot on The Marshall Mathers LP 2 track list, turns out to be a lunkheaded fellatio ode set…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2013

Hear LIZ’s ’90s-Celebrating R&Bass Feat ‘Stop Me Cold’

When last we heard from LIZ, the '90s R&B-loving Valley Girl teamed with Canuck beatsmith Ryan Hemsworth for the blissful "Day N Nite." Now, after a…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2013

Hear Monotonix Guitarist’s Elusive Rebirth as Outravez on ‘Escorpiao’

Yonatan Gat first distinguished himself as the guitar-shredding madman for now-defunct trio Monotonix, but the New York-based virtuoso has resurfaced with a new project, Outravez.
Kyle McGovern / October 30, 2013

Cars Can Be Blue Celebrate Halloween With Offbeat ‘Monster’ Video

Cars Can Be Blue might be best known for their foul-mouthed, anti-folk 2005 oddity “The Dirty Song.” The Athens, Georgia-based three-piece returned this week with…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2013

Best Coast Host a Skater-Punk Party in ‘I Don’t Know How’ Video

Best Coast’s freshly dropped Fade Away mini-album signals a return to the beachside heartbreak that populated 2010’s star-making Crazy for You. Fitting then that the…
Kyle McGovern / October 30, 2013

Grizzly Bear’s ‘Shields’ B-Side ‘Listen and Wait’ Simmers Like an A-Side

Half-forgotten memories and must-heed voices factor prominently in the lyrics to “Listen and Wait,” the latest track to emerge from Grizzly Bear’s upcoming expanded editio…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2013
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