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Watch Au Revoir Simone Remake Martin Scorsese’s Bizarre ‘After Hours’

Au Revoir Simone pay homage to Martin Scorsese in the just-released video for their precious new single "Crazy." Directors Alex Braverman and Poppy de Villeneuve…
Kyle McGovern / September 11, 2013

Watch Nite Jewel’s Colorfully Distorted ‘Stay a Little Longer’ Video

It's been well over a year since Nite Jewel released her second proper full-length, One Second of Love, and now she's back with her second…
Dan Reilly / September 11, 2013

The Internet Groove to Smooth Pharrell Beats in ‘Dont’cha’ Video

Odd Future have gone from Neptunes fanboys (and fangirls) to Neptunes collaborators, with Pharrell landing beats on the most recent albums by Tyler, the Creator…
Jordan Sargent / September 11, 2013

J-Zone’s ‘Peter Pan Syndrome’: The Grumpy-Old-Man Rap You Need in Your Life

In 2011, cult rapper J-Zone put out a nervy memoir called Root for the Villain: Rap, Bullshit, and a Celebration of Failure. The refreshing, rant-like…
Brandon Soderberg / September 11, 2013

Future Lords Over a Grand Piano in Ornate ‘Honest’ Video

Future's "Honest" is one of the Atlanta sing-rapper's most mournful tracks. Even its triumphant moments — "I got a gang of bad bitches with me,…
Jordan Sargent / September 11, 2013

Darkstar Learn to Trust Humanity in ‘A Day’s Pay for a Day’s Work’ Video

Last December, Darkstar shared a live performance clip capturing "A Day's Pay for a Day's Work," an ethereal chin-stroker off the English trio's 2013 sophomore…
Kyle McGovern / September 11, 2013

Augustines, Formerly We Are Augustines, Soar on Indie-Rock Anthem ‘Cruel City’

The band members formerly known as We Are Augustines moved from Brooklyn to Seattle since their 2011 debut Rise Ye Sunken Ships. "Cruel City," the…
Marc Hogan / September 11, 2013

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake School the NFL in ‘Evolution of End Zone Dancing’

With Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake most likely running out of songs to include in their ongoing "History of Rap" series, the jacks of all…
Dan Reilly / September 11, 2013

Album of the Week: Stream the Dirtbombs’ Giddy Bubblegum-Pop Experiment ‘Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-Blooey’

"This album is sort of my tribute to Saturday-morning cartoons," Dirtbombs frontman Mick Collins says. "That was my scene as a kid. Every third show…
Kory Grow / September 11, 2013

Hear Fang Island’s Earth-Shaking Remix of Tera Melos’ ‘Weird Circles’

Back in April, Tera Melos unleashed X'ed Out, a restless full-length that furthered the Sacramento trio's transformation from post-rock wanderers to hyperactive guitar shredders. Now,…
Kyle McGovern / September 11, 2013

Father John Misty Travels the World in Weird and Wonderful ‘I’m Writing a Novel’ Video

As SPIN knows from experience, hanging out with Father John Misty is a trip and a half. The deeply philosophical and hilarious entertainer surely knows…
Dan Reilly / September 11, 2013

Zedd and Hayley Williams Have One Last Fling on ‘Stay the Night’

Here's one the kids are sure to love. Zedd and Paramore's Hayley Williams have teamed up for what's sure to be an evening-ending dancefloor hit…
Dan Reilly / September 11, 2013

Hear Charli XCX’s Obsidian Remix of Little Daylight’s ‘Glitter and Gold’

Electro-pop trio Little Daylight just dropped their debut EP last month, but the Brooklynites already have a remix companion on the way. Due September 24…
Kyle McGovern / September 11, 2013

Drake Waves the Canadian Flag in Flashy, Cryptic Album Trailer

With less than two weeks until the release of Nothing Was the Same, Drake is teasing his third album with a mysterious, 32-second trailer that's…
Dan Reilly / September 11, 2013

Waxahatchee’s Tap Dancing: Another Excuse to Revisit ‘Misery Over Dispute’

Even a somewhat inessential Waxahatchee video lets us remind you to check out Essential 2013 album Cerulean Salt. The Katie Crutchield-led project's offhanded "Coast to Coast"
Marc Hogan / September 11, 2013
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