New Music

Please, Don’t Let This ‘Chinese Food’ Viral Video Be the Next ‘Fox’

Viral videos crashing the Billboard charts are a fact of life in 2013. Doesn't "Harlem Shake" seem like forever ago now? Ylvis' "The Fox (What…
By: Marc Hogan / October 15, 2013

Stream the Can’t Tells’ Nervy Debut Album ‘No Television’

Back in August, the Can't Tells took SPIN on a memorable trip to the "Drugstore," a lunging lead single that offered an early glimpse at the…
By: Kyle McGovern / October 15, 2013

Angel Haze Spits Fire Over Kanye West’s ‘Black Skinhead’

Angel Haze has added to her Kanye covers repertoire, taking on "Black Skinhead" as part of her new #30GOLD campaign leading up to the January…
By: Chris Martins / October 15, 2013

Album of the Week: Stream Red Fang’s Sludge-Pop Triumph ‘Whales and Leeches’

The way the members of Portland sludge-pop crew Red Fang tell it, their third album, Whales and Leeches, was a total rush job. "We had…
By: Kory Grow / October 15, 2013

Lamb of God Relive Manslaughter Trial in ‘As the Palaces Burn’ Trailer

Lamb of God have shared a trailer for an upcoming film that documents the recent manslaughter trial of lead singer Randy Blythe. As Empire Online…
By: Kyle McGovern / October 15, 2013

Hear Shadowrunners’ Self-Titled, Self-Loathing Tough Nerd Opus

Rapper Himself the Majestic and producer Froskees make up Shadowrunners. They create aggressive, declarative hip-hop usually backed by Memphis-tinged production that connects the sonic dot…
By: Brandon Soderberg / October 15, 2013

Watch Widowspeak Play ‘Swamps’ in a Garden at ACL Music Festival 2013

Swooning crooners Widowspeak may have gotten their start in the first wave of the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Tacoma '90s revival, but they’ve proven their staying power with a…
By: Maud Deitch / October 15, 2013

Dismemberment Plan Celebrate End of ‘Waiting’ With Goofy Video

The Dismemberment Plan's appealingly nonchalant reunion has received a video in the same wry spirit. Uncanney Valley, the brainy funk-punk-pop outfit's first album since 2001'…
By: Marc Hogan / October 15, 2013

Son Lux and Busdriver Deliver Stirring Electronic Soul on ‘Easy’ Remix

With his third album, Lanterns, composer and sound design whiz Son Lux truly comes into his own. His first two sets were impressive but arguably…
By: Chris Martins / October 15, 2013

Stream Scottie B & DJ Ayres’ Baltimore Homage ‘The Unruly Remixes’ Mixtape

Baltimore club music gets a timely tribute on The Unruly Remixes, a 20-song set that takes four seminal songs from the scene's heyday and flips each…
By: Chris Martins / October 15, 2013
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