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Sinjin Hawke and MikeQ’s ‘Thunderscan’ Mines ’90s Rave Graphics for Potent Futurism

The dream of the '90s is alive in "ThunderScan," the latest video in Sinjin Hawke's Fractal Fantasy series. Framed by the strobe-lit ribcage of an…
Philip Sherburne / January 27, 2014

Watch the Darcys’ Seedy, Reno-Set ‘Horses Fell’ Video

Last year, the Darcys described their third album as a record about "moving forward [and] learning in motion." But the Toronto quartet's newest video, for cinematic track "Horses…
Kyle McGovern / January 27, 2014

David Lynch Is a Sage Spirit-Guide on ‘And Light Shines’

David Lynch released his second album, The Big Dream, last year and continued his impeccable legacy of out-of-time art — an entrancing combination of shadowy…
Chris Martins / January 27, 2014

Hear Lana Del Rey’s Creepy ‘Once Upon a Dream’ Cover in ‘Maleficent’ Trailer

Lana Del Rey's version of Sleeping Beauty ballad "Once Upon a Dream" won't be fully revealed until after the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, but viewers…
Kyle McGovern / January 27, 2014

Tensnake, Nile Rodgers Take Deep House to the Disco in ‘Love Sublime’ Video

Whether or not Daft Punk and their "Get Lucky" buddy Pharrell Williams have achieved maximum market saturation is a matter of debate, but even the…
Chris Martins / January 25, 2014

Baths Gives Grizzly Bear’s ‘Will Calls’ a Glistening Beat

Late last year, Grizzly Bear reissued an expanded version of 2012's Shields featuring demos, B-sides, and remixes relevant to that masterful album. Familiar figures like…
Chris Martins / January 24, 2014

Deer Tick Strum Sweetly on Heartbroken ‘Big House’

Providence saloon shit-kickers Deer Tick are back with a new video for "Big House," a quieter number from their rock-solid 2013 platter Negativity. The clip…
Chris Martins / January 24, 2014

Watch Ty Dolla $ign’s Beautifully Bombed-Out ‘Never Be the Same’ Video

Ty Dolla $ign's Beach House EP washed up on iTunes this week, and the Los Angeles rapper-singer is promoting his debut short-player with an apocalyptic…
Kyle McGovern / January 24, 2014

Band of Horses Tease Live Album With Gossamer ‘Detlef Schrempf’

There's a musical axiom known by modern festivalgoers: whether or not you start the morning as a Band of Horses fan, if you see them…
Chris Martins / January 24, 2014

Dan Croll Enters High-Stakes Staring Contest in ‘From Nowhere’ Video

Budding British singer-songwriter Dan Croll will release his debut album in the U.S. on April 1. Titled Sweet Disarray, the 12-track set is on the…
Kyle McGovern / January 24, 2014

Stream CEO’s Swirling, Wondrous ‘Mirage’

CEO mastermind Eric Berglund has already offered a few glimpses at his adventurous, odd-pop Wonderland album, out February 4 in the U.S. by way of…
Kyle McGovern / January 24, 2014

Stream Bibio’s Charming Lo-Fi Nostalgia On ‘The Green EP’

Earlier this month experimental electronic darling Bibio released "Down to the Sound," a beautiful, plaintive ballad, to announce his newest release on Warp. And here…
Puja Patel / January 24, 2014

Aimee Mann and Ted Leo, as the Both, Bronze the Fonz on Punchy ‘Milwaukee’

The legacy of Scott Miller, the former Game Theory and Loud Family power-pop songsmith who died early last year, just got that much more impressive.
Marc Hogan / January 24, 2014

Jade de LaFleur Plots Drug Heist in ‘Blue Notes and Green Trees’ Video

We first met Jade de LaFleur via Solange Knowles' Saint Heron compilation, but like so many others on that album, the Brooklyn singer stands strong…
Chris Martins / January 24, 2014

Watch Mac DeMarco Warn Sundance Fans to ‘Treat Her Better’

Now that Mac DeMarco's Salad Days has a proper release date — April 1 via Captured Tracks — the Canuck fuzz-pop oddball is popping up…
Chris Martins / January 24, 2014
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