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Duck Sauce Share Another Exquisitely Silly Single, ‘It’s You’

The duo that brought Barbara Streisand's name into the homes and rave tents of teenage club-heads everywhere have returned with a new track dubbed "It's…
Chris Martins / June 20, 2013

Tree Puts the Freeze on Haters in Snowy ‘Busters’ Video

Chicago MC Tree has shared a new video in honor of his super-solid May mixtape Sunday School II: When Church Lets Out. As one might expect…
Chris Martins / June 20, 2013

Kitty Pryde Lusts After Lakutis in Dreamy ‘Ay Shawty 3.0′ Video

The premise for the new Kitty (née Pryde) song is fairly similar to that of Die Antwoord's latest — minus the deeply uncomfortable ending. In…
Chris Martins / June 19, 2013

Wavves’ Graphic ‘That’s on Me’ Video Might Turn You Vegan

Wavves have shared a brand new music video for "That's on Me" — a sour-toned slow-growler about grabbing life by the horns. While there are…
Chris Martins / June 19, 2013

Porcelain Raft’s ‘Think of the Ocean’ Signals Sumptuous August Album

Judging from his release schedule, Porcelain Raft main man Mauro Remiddi doesn't believe in downtime. The New York-based composer released his debut album, Strange Weekend,…
Kyle McGovern / June 19, 2013

Jay-Z and Samsung Are Selling the Concept of Selling Out

When you're watching the three-minute teaser for Jay-Z's upcoming album Magna Carta Holy Grail, it is easy to forget that it is really just a…
Brandon Soderberg / June 19, 2013

Please, Miley Cyrus, Show Us How to Get ‘Turnt Up’ in Your ‘We Can’t Stop’ Video

Miley Cyrus has released the video for her polarizing (?) new pop breakthrough, "We Can't Stop" — you know, the song that's totally not about…
Chris Martins / June 19, 2013

Kidz Bop’s Sanitized ‘Thrift Shop’ Is Not ‘Really Awesome’

Kidz Bop, the series of "kid-friendly" pop covers compilations, is due to release Kidz Bop 24 on July 16. The opening track, a rendition of Macklemore…
Marc Hogan / June 19, 2013

METZ Detail Alien Junkyard Origins of a Flying Dog in Animated ‘Get Off’ Video

And now for a METZ video as bugged-out as the Toronto band's brand of noise-rock. These SPIN Best New Artists alums' previous clips from last…
Marc Hogan / June 19, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Smith Westerns, Wale, Bosnian Rainbows, and Transplants

It's Wednesday! That means we've rounded up 10 new, streamable albums for your listening pleasure. Strap on a pair of headphones and dive in below.1) Smith…
Kyle McGovern / June 19, 2013

No Age Stay True to Their Off-Kilter Punk Muse on Defiant ‘No Ground’

No Age wanna know: "Who do you think you are?!" That question is the first lyric from the Los Angeles duo's August 20 Sub Pop…
Marc Hogan / June 19, 2013

Arctic Monkeys Seal Fuzz-Rock Come-On ‘Do I Wanna Know?’ With a Cartoon Kiss

"Are You That Somebody?" "How Soon Is Now?" Hell: "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" There are too many examples in the ol' iTunes library to generalize…
Marc Hogan / June 19, 2013

Watch the Coathangers Solve a Jazz Age Murder Mystery in ‘Derek’s Song’ Video

Earlier this year, the Coathangers released "Derek's Song," the lead track on a split 7-inch single with Suicide Squeeze labelmates Nü Sensae. As the all-girl punk crew tells…
Kyle McGovern / June 19, 2013

Eminem Rages Again (and Compares Himself to Beethoven) on Fiery ‘Symphony in H’

Eminem won an Oscar way back in 2003, but he's here to show he's "still a grouch." Slim Shady bares his cranky side on "Symphony…
Marc Hogan / June 19, 2013

Mikky Ekko’s Uplifting ‘Kids’ Stays Humble Despite Benny Blanco’s Hit-Making Touch

After teasing us with seven months of videos and remixes for his excellent Clams Casino-produced single "Pull Me Down," Mikky Ekko has at last let…
Chris Martins / June 19, 2013

Die Antwoord’s Icky ‘Cookie Thumper’ Video Packs a Painful Surprise Ending

Cautionary tales rarely come as irreverently horrifying as this. The South African rave-rap posse Die Antwoord are gearing up for a new album — Donker Mag,…
Chris Martins / June 19, 2013

Small Black Soundtrack a Fiery One-Day Stand in ‘No Stranger’ Video

Speaking to SPIN, Small Black frontman Josh Kolenik described the Brooklyn foursome's second album, Limits of Desire, as "more powerful, more confident" than their 2010…
Kyle McGovern / June 18, 2013

See the Postal Service’s Underwear in ‘A Tattered Line of String’ Video

The Postal Service have successfully parlayed a decade-old, one-off album into an festival-headlining live show, all on the strength of 10 weak-kneed, digi-pop tunes. Now,…
Kyle McGovern / June 18, 2013

Stream Blouse’s Plush Dream-Pop Single ‘No Shelter’

Blouse's 2011 self-titled debut album was a full-length exploration of foggy, pink-tinted dreamscapes, equal parts lipstick kisses and Lynchian intrigue. On September 17, the Portland threesome —…
Kyle McGovern / June 18, 2013

Pond Need a Xanax in Super Trippy ‘Xanman’ Video

Tame Impala offshoot Pond specialize in a gnarly sort of freewheeling psych-rock that seems ill-fit for proper studios and other hi-def niceties. The song "Xanman,"
Chris Martins / June 18, 2013
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