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Gunplay Celebrates Criminal Life on Prison-Bar-Strong ‘Acquitted’ Mixtape

Gunplay was so confident that he'd clear his name in that armed robbery case that he continued to make and release songs and videos blatantly…
Chris Martins / June 10, 2013

Watch the National’s Comfortably Claustrophobic ‘Tiny Desk’ Concert

Earlier this year the National played its song "Sorrow" for six hours at the Museum of Modern Art. Last week they did just the opposite…
Jordan Sargent / June 10, 2013

Watch 60,000 Green Day Fans Sing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Green Day's June 1 gig at London's Emirates Stadium set a new attendance record for the U.K. arena. Thanks to different staging and seating configurations,…
Kyle McGovern / June 10, 2013

Watch Black Sabbath Reign Over NYC in ‘God is Dead?’ Video

Tomorrow (June 11) Black Sabbath release their Rick Rubin-produced new album 13, the band's first with Ozzy Osbourne since 1978's Never Say Die!, to the excitement…
Colin Stutz / June 10, 2013

Drake, Lil Wayne, and Rick Ross Pretend It’s 1996 for ‘No New Friends’ Video

Cash Money Records isn't at its peak in 2013, but don't tell that to Drake, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Rick Ross, and DJ Khaled. The new…
Jordan Sargent / June 10, 2013

Angel Haze Impersonated by Topless Dominatrix, Old White People in ‘No Bueno’ Video

It's fair to say that rappers more than most musicians are a little sensitive about newcomers imitating their work. Angel Haze's brand new single "No…
Chris Martins / June 10, 2013

Watch Broken Social Scene’s Homecoming Reunion at Field Trip Festival

Broken Social Scene made the best of its reunion this past weekend at the Field Trip Music & Arts Festival in Toronto. After announcing a…
Colin Stutz / June 10, 2013

Watch Josh Homme Rap Some Bars in Robin Thicke ‘Blurred Lines’ Cover

Having effectively conquered American late night television thanks to a two-night stint on Letterman that resulted in over an hour's worth of music, Queens of…
Chris Martins / June 10, 2013

Hear Lame Drivers’ Brazen Basement-Rock Outburst ‘Other Side’

In anticipation of their innovative, forthcoming Flexi-Book project (a five-disc art book hybrid that you can also play on your turntable), Lame Drivers have shared…
Paula Mejia / June 10, 2013

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler Was More Rock’n’Roll Than the Rolling Stones Live in Montreal

Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler joined the Rolling Stones on stage in Montreal Sunday night (June 9) to perform the legendary band's 1965 single, "The…
Chris Martins / June 10, 2013

Kathleen Hanna Throws a Lo-Fi Tantrum With the Julie Ruin on ‘Oh Come On’

Back in 1997, riot grrrl icon Kathleen Hanna released a solo album under the alias Julie Ruin. Later, the ex-Bikini Kill and Le Tigre frontwoman…
Kyle McGovern / June 10, 2013

Kanye West’s New ‘I Am a God’: ‘Difficult’ Art Rap for Art’s Sake?

As the release date of Kanye West's next album Yeezus nears, rap radio has taken to resurrecting recent Kanye West singles. My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy's…
Brandon Soderberg / June 10, 2013

Meet Tony Molina: Bay Area Hardcore Veteran Unfurls Decadent Guitar Pop

"It's funny," Tony Molina says, "you know how people only like the first two Weezer records? I kinda like the later shit, man! I mean,…
David Bevan / June 10, 2013

Kanye West Declares ‘I Am a God,’ One of Five New Tracks Showcased at Governors Ball

Kanye West performed several new songs from his incredibly anticipated Yeezus album last night (June 9) at New York City's Governors Ball Music Festival. West closed out…
Kyle McGovern / June 10, 2013

Hear Venom P. Stinger Brutalize Rick James’ Sex Anthem ‘Super Freak’

If you come from the land down under then you already know Australian music in the '80s was much more than New Wave goofs in…
Chris Martins / June 10, 2013

Alex Burkat’s ‘Tarot’ Video Looks Into the Past With A$AP Rocky, Le1f, Flying Lotus

Alex Burkat trades in rich techno and heady house that's doesn't skimp on atmosphere or beat. His work is as club-ready as it is headphone-friendly,…
Chris Martins / June 10, 2013

Stream Heliotropes’ Sumptuous Psych-Rock Opus ‘A Constant Sea’

Heliotropes' debut album may be titled A Constant Sea, but this Brooklyn foursome is too busy navigating messy comedowns to worry about waves. The psych-rock collective's…
Kyle McGovern / June 10, 2013

Bennio Qwerty Share Gruff Yet Peppy ‘Smooth Operator’

It's probably time to get acquainted with Brooklyn's Bennio Qwerty, who released the gruff single "Smooth Operator" via Noisey Thursday (June 6). The band's gaining…
Colin Stutz / June 8, 2013

Watch Ghostface Killah Become a Cult Leader in ’12 Reasons to Die’ Show Clip

In March, Ghostface Killah took over one of the Boiler Room's Los Angeles sessions with his 12 Reasons to Die collaborator Adrian Younge, treating both…
Colin Stutz / June 8, 2013

Boards of Canada Fans Embark on Epic Desert Journey in ‘Semena Mertvykh’ Video

Considering all the complex code-hacking and Kanye West-like projections leading up to the announcement of Boards of Canada's first release in eight years, it's safe to…
Colin Stutz / June 7, 2013
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