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Stream Burger Records’ Three-Hour Holiday Mix With the Muffs, Cornershop, More

It's been a big year for Fullerton, California's Burger Records, the little Orange County cassette label that could. The punk- and garage-oriented imprint has been…
Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

Jay Z Claims Barneys Victory on Rick Ross’ ‘The Devil Is a Lie’

Rick Ross and Jay Z both made SPIN's 2013 Hall of Shame and now they come together again on "The Devil Is a Lie." On…
Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

Against Me! Rail Against Major Labels on ‘Black Me Out’

Against Me! have shared a second song from their highly anticipated Transgender Dysphoria Blues, the Florida punks' sixth album and first since singer Tom Gabel…
Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

See ?uestlove Put the Heat on ‘Top Chef’ Contestants

The Roots' ?uestlove may no longer be the proprietor of a gourmet fried-chicken outpost in New York City, but that didn't stop the SPIN interview…
Kyle McGovern / December 19, 2013

Beyonce Twerks With Kelly Rowland in Surreal ‘Grown Woman’ Video

With Beyoncé's Beyoncé already on track for a second week as Billboard's No. 1 album, the surprise-album-dropper has amply shown she can do whatever she…
Marc Hogan / December 19, 2013

Phantogram Fight Their Demons in Beautiful ‘Black Out Days’ Video

New York synth-pop artistes Phantogram just announced their long-awaited sophomore album, Voices, with the powerful "Fall in Love." A week later, we've got a video…
Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

Cherry Glazerr Unleash Crunchy Punk-Metal Grooves on ‘Haxel Princess’

If the name Cherry Glazerr sounds familiar, you've probably been listening to Southern California public radio. Not because the Los Angeles band is getting much…
Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

Charli XCX Talks Next LP: ‘It’s Shouty, Raw, Like ‘RAAAAA!”

Charli XCX is in a hell of a hurry. The British pop singer's first proper full-length, True Romance, came out in April, and before she'd…
Jem Aswad / December 19, 2013

Here’s a Free fun. Song Called ‘What the F—k’

After the pop geniuses in fun. dropped their Grammy-nabbing Some Nights the sudden stars left their personal lives behind and disappeared into the guts of…
Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

Queens of the Stone Age Are ‘Smooth Sailing’ in ‘ACL’ Clip

Speaking on Queens of the Stone Age's return this year, Josh Homme asked SPIN, "Why would you choose being bitter over choosing to make music? Being…
Chris Martins / December 18, 2013

Beyonce Is a Goddess in Drake-Assisted ‘Mine’ Video

Beyoncé's Beyoncé just formally became the nation's No. 1 album, and it broke a whole bunch of records to get there (also: No Target). As you likely…
Chris Martins / December 18, 2013

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
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