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See Ms. Lauryn Hill Put a Reggae Twist on ‘Ex-Factor’ Live

Lauryn Hill added the "Ms." honorific to her stage name only recently, but she earned it long ago. The reception to her live return after…
Marc Hogan / December 18, 2013

Arcade Fire Weird Out ‘Little Drummer Boy’ for Zach Galifianakis

Arcade Fire have a well-earned reputation for seriousness, but let no one say they'll be receiving a lump of coal in their stocking this year.
Marc Hogan / December 18, 2013

Hear Charles Bradley’s Smoldering Black Sabbath Cover ‘Changes’

It's no surprise that Charles Bradley made SPIN's 20 Best R&B Albums of 2013. The 65-year-old Screaming Eagle of Soul's voice is lament incarnate, and…
Chris Martins / December 18, 2013

Yuck’s ‘Lose My Breath’ Is All Kinds of Cute

Yuck's Glow & Behold is damn solid sophomore album, especially for a band whose frontman left after the first one. Now the London crew celebrate…
Chris Martins / December 18, 2013

Dave Sitek Adds Even More Grit to Run the Jewels’ ‘Sea Legs’

Run the Jewels' debut album ranked high among SPIN's Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2013, but El-P and Killer Mike's collaborative effort has yet to receive…
Chris Martins / December 17, 2013

Oneohtrix Point Never Explores Emoji Love and Death in ‘Boring Angel’ Video

Oneohtrix Point Never has crafted yet another music video for his latest full-length, the 50 Best Albums of 2013-honored R Plus Seven. After the visuals…
Kyle McGovern / December 17, 2013

Robin Thicke Parties With Showgirls in ‘Feel Good’ Video

Robin Thicke had a big, um, 2013. Not only did the man release the album that Justin Timberlake was too famous to make — Blurred…
Chris Martins / December 17, 2013

Tears for Fears Cover Animal Collective, Tegan and Sara Plus Matthew Dear Cover Tears for Fears

Tears for Fears recently broke their long silence by covering Arcade Fire's "Ready to Start" and Hot Chip's "And I Was a Boy From School."
Kyle McGovern / December 17, 2013

John Mayer and Katy Perry Are Totally That Couple in ‘Who You Love’ Video

John Mayer's Katy Perry duet "Who You Love" attempts a deceptively delicate balance. It's the only obvious-seeming radio hit from Mayer's Frank Ocean-guesting 2013 album…
Marc Hogan / December 17, 2013

Migos Just Want to Get Rid of These ‘Ounces’ Already

Migos unleashed another crisply popping track in honor of #MigosMonday. "Ounces" is a weed-slinger's anthem that finds the Atlanta trio applying their usual verbal acrobatics…
Chris Martins / December 17, 2013

Black Lips Guzzle Bathtub Gin on Horn-Assisted ‘Boys in the Wood’

The Black Lips' Underneath the Rainbow LP is booked to arrive on March 18, and the Atlanta outlaws have let the album's first single run…
Kyle McGovern / December 17, 2013

Stream Sean Price and M-Phazes’ Grimy, Scatological ‘Land of the Crooks’ EP

Brownsville rap hero Sean Price (of the Boot Camp Clik and Heltah Skeltah) teams up with Melbourne, Australia beatmaker M-Phazes, who recently received a high-profile…
Brandon Soderberg / December 17, 2013

Watch Dam-Funk Sling Deep Grooves for Hour-Long Boiler Room DJ Set

When we sat down with Snoop Dogg and Dam-Funk to discuss their album 7 Days of Funk, the pair dropped a serious truth: "You can funk for…
Chris Martins / December 17, 2013

Hear William Tyler, Angel Olsen, and More Live on ‘Folkadelphia Sessions Volume One’ Compilation

Folkadelphia is a "folk-adjacent" weekly radio show that values performance chops. As such, producers have put together Folkadelphia Sessions Volume One, a 16-track compilation collecting…
Kyle McGovern / December 17, 2013

Eminem and Rihanna Revisit Rapper’s Troubled Past in ‘The Monster’ Video

Eminem has shared the full music video for "The Monster," a primed-for-radio, Rihanna-featuring cut from his eighth album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2. Directed by…
SPIN Staff / December 17, 2013
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