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Preview U2’s Stadium-Rock ‘Ordinary Love’ in Nelson Mandela Biopic Trailer

U2 have been discussing a potential follow-up to 2009's No Line on the Horizon almost since the ink was dry on that album's reviews (there…
Marc Hogan / October 21, 2013

See Arcade Fire Reveal Four Not-Yet-Released ‘Reflektor’ Songs Live

Once a secret is shared, it's no longer a secret. As SPIN's review of Arcade Fire's first pseudononymous Brooklyn gig of the weekend notes, the…
Marc Hogan / October 21, 2013

So Lady Gaga’s R. Kelly Duet ‘Do What U Want’ Is About More Than Sex After All

Lady Gaga's full collaboration with R. Kelly has arrived, and as usual from the Artpop singer, it's a comment on fame itself as well as…
Marc Hogan / October 21, 2013

Bad, Dolly Parton! You Are Not a Rapper, No!

There are either no words or far too many words for what you are about to see above and below. Country legend Dolly Parton hit…
Chris Martins / October 18, 2013

Preview Arcade Fire’s ‘Afterlife’ Studio Version With Haitian-Inspired Teaser

Arcade Fire have shed yet another bit of light on their upcoming fourth album, Reflektor. The indie-rock giants dropped a brief teaser for new song "Afterlife"
Kyle McGovern / October 18, 2013

Here’s Morrissey’s Autobiography Sung in the Style of Morrissey

Morrissey's autobiography, titled Autobiography, has hit shelves in the Smiths man's native U.K. and it's an instant classic — in part because he finagled a…
Chris Martins / October 18, 2013

Black Sabbath Lifelessly Mumble Through ‘Loner’ Live Video

Black Sabbath have shared a puzzling new video. This past spring, the Ozzy Osbourne-fronted heavy metal overlords debuted "Loner" in Australia, and Osbourne gargled his…
Marc Hogan / October 18, 2013

See Kelela Perform Broiling Dancefloor Banger ‘Cut 4 Me’ Live

Maryland-born, L.A.-based singer Kelela more or less came out of nowhere with her thundering yet seductive bass&b mixtape Cut 4 Me, a debut full-length that…
Jordan Sargent / October 18, 2013

Yeasayer Play Dutch Doctor in ‘Glass of the Microscope’ Video

Yeasayer don lab coats in their latest music video, the official clip for Fragrant World closer "Glass of the Microscope." The psych-rock quartet peer through (duh) microscopes,…
Kyle McGovern / October 18, 2013

Stream Katy Perry’s Pop-Mainlining ‘Prism’ Album

If a "monoculture" still exists in pop, then Katy Perry is surely its most devoted avatar. Justin Timberlake strives for luxury-car-owner approval with epic song…
Marc Hogan / October 18, 2013

Stream Western Addiction’s Barbed-Wire Battle Cry ‘God Says No’

After years of silence, California punks Western Addiction are returning with Pines, their first release since their lone full-length album, 2005's Cognicide. Recorded at Oakland's…
Kyle McGovern / October 18, 2013

August Alsina’s ‘I Luv This S—t’: A Drink-and-Drug Jam With Something at Stake

Rap and R&B radio is rough right now, guys. When it isn't being squashed from both sides by the blindingly awkward whiteness represented by either…
Brandon Soderberg / October 18, 2013

Watch Lil Bub Man the Boards for the Breeders’ Kelley Deal

We understand that when you see the words "Lil Bub" and "Breeders" in the same sentence, your mind goes wild with the possibilities of owning…
Chris Martins / October 18, 2013

Black Moon Are Takin’ Ya Back in ‘Enta Da Stage’ Documentary

It's no secret that 1993 was an incredible year for hip-hop. Even NPR knows that. But one of the albums central to that year's gilded…
Chris Martins / October 17, 2013

Thom Yorke Turns Into Sand ‘Before Your Very Eyes’ in Atoms for Peace Video

Atoms for Peace have shared the official music video for wubby Amok opener "Before Your Very Eyes..." and it's a bizarre sight to behold. The…
Kyle McGovern / October 17, 2013
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