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Hear Laurel Halo’s Liquid Dance Expedition ‘Ainnome’

Laurel Halo is a master of subtle transformations. In the 16 months since the release of her debut LP for Hyperdub, Quarantine, the Michigan-bred and…
Elissa Stolman / September 24, 2013

Sky Ferreira’s Love Triangle Anthem ‘You’re Not the One’ Transcends Pouty Video

The idea of "the One" can be as treacherous in pop music as in romance. Spend all your time mooning over someone you can never…
Marc Hogan / September 24, 2013

Hear Wet’s Nocturnal R&B Meditation ‘No Lie’

What started as a long-distance collaboration between three friends based out of Providence, New York, and Los Angeles, has now congealed into Wet, a Brooklyn-based…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Stream the Young Leaves’ Jagged Sludge-Punk Offering ‘Alive and Well’

"Elvis Costello fronting Dinosaur Jr." That's how a friend of the Young Leaves describes the Massachusetts trio's particular brand of distortion-drenched poesy. Indeed, frontman Christopher Chaisson's deep…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Stream Those Darlins’ Tough and Seductive ‘Blur the Line’

Those Darlins shed their clothes for the cover art to their upcoming third album (and have shared two NSFW music videos, one for "Oh God" and another…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Willie Nelson and the Secret Sisters Approach Transcendence on ‘It Won’t Be Long’

Country legend Willie Nelson recently blessed the Outside Lands audience with a set chock-full of classics that paid homage to the spirit of family —…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

Touche Amore Shred for Love in Post-Hardcore ‘Harbor’ Video

Los Angeles post-hardcore quintet Touché Amoré tap into a ferociously effective sound: mournful atmosphere, plodding rhythms, angsty screams, and very direct lyrics. Frontman Jeremy Bolm proudly…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

Gucci Mane Apologizes for Twitter Rant, Seeks Rehab

It's been a year of ups and downs for Gucci Mane. The Atlanta MC born Radric Davis dropped his Trap House 3 album, had a…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

Paul McCartney Live Stream: Macca Plays Beatles Greats and ‘New’ Material

Only a couple of days removed from his stirring iHeartRadio concert (and let's not forget Outside Lands), Paul McCartney is playing Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight (September 23)…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

Polaris Prize 2013 Live-Stream: METZ, Purity Ring, Metric, Colin Stetson, and More

The winner of this year's Polaris Music Prize will be announced tonight (September 23) and fans can watch the crowning happen in real-time via the above…
Kyle McGovern / September 23, 2013

Watch Kanye West Explain His Contribution to Humanity in BBC Interview

Though Kanye West's interview with BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe is still, at press time, being broadcast for the first time, the station has shared…
Chris Martins / September 23, 2013

See Kanye West Collapse Onstage During Furious ‘Black Skinhead’ Performance

Kanye West invaded French television for a fierce performance of "Black Skinhead" on Monday (September 23). 'Ye dropped by Le Grand Journal to tear into the Yeezus…
Kyle McGovern / September 23, 2013

iHeartRadio 2013: Justin Timberlake and Paul McCartney’s New Songs Can’t Top Drake’s Shirt

The iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas over the weekend served a healthy amount of new music to "heart." Justin Timberlake and Paul McCartney debuted…
Marc Hogan / September 23, 2013

Future Talks Serious ‘Sh!t,’ Doesn’t Sing in Menacing Video

Future's Honest made SPIN's early list of 50 Fall Albums That You Gotta Hear, and the Atlanta rapper-singer hasn't disappointed us yet. The mournful but…
Chris Martins / September 23, 2013

Black Milk Celebrates ‘Dismal’ With Gritty Funk-Rap

Black Milk's résumé speaks volumes. The Detroit producer/MC has worked with J Dilla and Dilla's Slum Village, made beats for hard-hustling rhymers like Canibus and…
Chris Martins / September 23, 2013
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