New Music - Page 209

Vindata Demand You ‘Recognize’ Their Rich, Soulful Dance Music

Jared Poythress and Branden Ratcliff look like pretty chill guys, and they probably are, but the music that they make together is the stuff of…
Chris Martins / March 3, 2014

Arctic Monkeys Score Night of Vice in NSFW ‘Arabella’ Video

The Arctic Monkeys' "Arabella" stands out as a creeper on an album full of creepers, a Black Sabbath-worshipping head-banger that also inspires pelvic thrusts. Now,…
Kyle McGovern / March 3, 2014

Oscars Performances 2014: Watch Pharrell, Karen O and Ezra Koenig, U2, and More

Pharrell Williams kicked off the Oscars performances with a dancing-filled take on his "Happy (above), from Despicable Me 2 but also set for his solo…
Marc Hogan / March 3, 2014

Listen: Porter Robinson’s New Song ‘Sea of Voices’ Abandons EDM for M83

Porter Robinson has released the first teaser for his debut album, Worlds, due out later this year on Astralwerks. Long one of EDM's Next Big…
Philip Sherburne / March 3, 2014

Rap Songs of the Week: James Blake’s Trippy Remix of Kendrick Lamar’s ‘m.A.A.d city’

DENA, "Bad Timing"Bulgarian rapper and singer DENA is a faux-naive chanteuse, like Nico if she were raised on the conversational, occasionally bleating bombast of M.I.A.
Brandon Soderberg / March 3, 2014

Watch Beck Spellbind With ‘Blue Moon’ and ‘Wave’ on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Rumors of Beck's descent into classic-rock comfort food have been exaggerated. Sure, the erstwhile angel-headed hipster's Mellow Gold turned 20 years old the day of his appearance…
Marc Hogan / March 2, 2014

‘Portlandia’: See TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe Dis Fred

Considering Portlandia is a show created by musicians-turned-actors, it's no surprise that Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein frequently deliver the goods where cameos are concerned.
Chris Martins / February 28, 2014

Hear Inventions, From Explosions in the Sky and Eluvium

The post-rock gods have spoken: On April 1, the ambient-loving Temporary Residence label will release Inventions, the eponymous debut from the newly minted duo of Explosions…
Chris Martins / February 28, 2014

A$AP Rocky and Gesaffelstein Are ‘In Distress’ for ‘Divergent’ Soundtrack

The star-studded soundtrack for the upcoming sci-fi film Divergent has already let loose a number of its exclusives: M83's sax-powered "I Need You," Zedd's "Find…
Kyle McGovern / February 28, 2014

Watch Billy Corgan Play His Eight-Hour ‘Siddhartha’ Synth Jam

Billy Corgan is, right now, performing an eight-plus hour ambient interpretation of Herman Hesse's existential 1922 novel Siddhartha. You can watch it here. So far it…
Chris Martins / February 28, 2014

Kelela and Bok Bok Reunite on Anxious, Alluring ‘Melba’s Call’

Night Slugs label co-founder Bok Bok has a production credit on two songs from R&B futurist Kelela's watershed 2013 mixtape Cut 4 Me. Though he…
Marc Hogan / February 28, 2014

Listen to the Pixies’ ‘World Cafe’ Concert Here

The Pixies recently dropped by NPR's Tiny Desk for an intimate, three-song concert that sort of connected the dots between their newer material and their…
Kyle McGovern / February 28, 2014

Slick Shoota’s Remix of Samsaya’s ‘Stereotype’ Gives Reasons to Dance

Samsaya means "doubt" in Hindi, but the Norwegian artist beams confidence. In truth, the name is more of a command — "question everything" — and…
Chris Martins / February 28, 2014

Watch Real Estate Play Entire ‘Atlas’ Album Live

Real Estate's Atlas doesn't arrive until March 4, but you can listen to the entire album right now. As SPIN pointed out recently, the studio…
Kyle McGovern / February 28, 2014

Watch Kings of Leon’s Confident Throwback ‘Temple’ Video

Self-assured, conventional, and damned if it's not pretty effective, Kings of Leon's "Temple" neatly sums up the strengths of the band's 2013 album Mechanical Bull.
Marc Hogan / February 28, 2014
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