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Let’s ‘Twerk’ Again: Hear Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus Trend-Jump in Tandem

Well, here's the perfect cap on Miley Cyrus' instantly infamous VMA performance, which sparked a rebuke from the Parents Television Council, a Guinness World Record…
Jordan Sargent / August 28, 2013

Cate Le Bon Duets With Perfume Genius on Psych-Pop Gem ‘I Think I Knew’

Cate Le Bon knew, all right. Or at least, she knows. The Welsh singer and songwriter has already released two worthy albums of haunting, delicate…
Marc Hogan / August 28, 2013

RuPaul’s Love Advice to Henry Rollins: ‘Let Them See Those Icky Bits’

Black Flag fans need advice on how to deal with the existence of two separate reunions, neither involving legendary frontman Henry Rollins. Hell, Titus Andronicus…
Marc Hogan / August 28, 2013

Danny Brown Is His Very Own ‘ODB’ in Trippy Video

With his funky teeth, oddball persona, and a profane flow that occasionally suggests a tenuous grasp on reality, Danny Brown will always be dogged by…
Dan Reilly / August 28, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Nine Inch Nails, the Julie Ruin, King Khan & the Shrines, and More

Prepare yourselves: This week's round-up of streamable albums features long-awaited comeback records from two recent SPIN cover stars — Nine Inch Nails and the Julie Ruin.
Kyle McGovern / August 28, 2013

Watch Baroness’ Triumphant ‘March to the Sea’ From First Show Since Bus Crash

It took Baroness nine months to return to the stage following the horrific 2012 bus crash that left nine people injured and led to the…
Dan Reilly / August 28, 2013

Hear Misty Miller’s ‘Taxicab,’ a Reckless Rockabilly Ride

England has an unlikely knack for churning out precociously talented young artists owing to the Americana tradition. Laura Marling initially turned our ear when she…
Chris Martins / August 28, 2013

Stream Sleepy Sun’s Psych-Garage Freakout ’11:32′

Sleepy Sun's fourth album is set to arrive early next year, but first, the San Francisco five-piece will issue a 7-inch vinyl featuring "11:32," a…
Kyle McGovern / August 28, 2013

Hear Mark Lanegan’s Boozy, Heartbroken Cover of the Twilight Singers’ ‘Deepest Shade’

Mark Lanegan's next album consists entirely of covers — it's a full-length tribute to the music of his childhood. "When I was a kid in…
Kyle McGovern / August 28, 2013

Sauna Split Town on Pretty Fuzz-Bomb ‘Born to Run, Pt. 2′

Denver quartet Sauna claim they were "born from toxic sludge leaked from the Beach Boys' amps," and their pretty surf-scum mostly fits the bill. Guitar-slinger…
Chris Martins / August 28, 2013

Album of the Week: Stream Vista Chino’s ‘Peace,’ From the Band Formerly Known as Kyuss Lives!

"It's very simple to play Kyuss songs," says Vista Chino frontman John Garcia. "Anybody can do it, but you've got to have character."
Kory Grow / August 28, 2013

Icona Pop Invite Zebra Katz to Darkly Festive ‘My Party’

On September 24, Icona Pop will at last release their official U.S. debut. This Is... Icona Pop will feature a combination of songs from the duo's 2012…
Chris Martins / August 27, 2013

Watch Banks’ Sensual, Frosty ‘Waiting Game’ Video

Mysterious R&B singer Banks sticks to the shadows in the video for "Waiting Game," the current single from the Los Angeles siren's upcoming London EP.
Kyle McGovern / August 27, 2013

Death Grips’ Ear-Splitting ‘Guillotine’ Gets Covered by a Choir

A British choir with voices nothing short of angelic has covered Death Grips' aggressively dark noise-rap blast "Guillotine." The Sacramento crew received the treatment courtesy…
Chris Martins / August 27, 2013

Gap Dream Bridge Beatles to Disco on Swirling ‘Shine Your Love’

Gap Dream recently cited synth mastermind Giorgio Moroder as an influence on his upcoming Shine Your Light LP. But Gabe Fulvimar's latest track sounds like…
Kyle McGovern / August 27, 2013
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