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Hear Nirvana Trace ‘Nevermind’ Success in Unearthed ’90s Interviews

Another day, another rare Nirvana treasure unearthed. The beloved band's latter days were just reexamined via the "Super Deluxe" In Utero reissue, but British journalist…
Kyle McGovern / October 9, 2013

Watch Flatbush Zombies Commit Zombie-on-Zombie Crime in ‘Death’ Video

In the new video for "Death", the New York rap group Flatbush Zombies ride through some woods and up to a mobile home to commit…
Jordan Sargent / October 9, 2013

Stream Tristen’s Synth-Lined ‘C A V E S’

Single-named singer-songwriter Tristen dug into Nashville's roots with her 2011 debut Charlatans at the Garden Gate, but the Chicago-reared tunesmith wanted to veer in a…
Kyle McGovern / October 9, 2013

Hear Drowners’ Swooning Single ‘Luv, Hold Me Down’

Drowners, like so many wounded New York City romantics before them, first crossed paths in the downtown bar scene. Singer-guitarist Matt Hitt passed some demos…
Kyle McGovern / October 9, 2013

Watch Aussie Psych-Poppers’ the Ancients’ Toe-Tapping ‘Hey Now’ Video

On October 18, Melbourne psych-pop five-piece the Ancients will release new album Night Bus on Australian label Chapter Music (Beaches, Cannanes, Pikelet). Lead single "Molokai"
Marc Hogan / October 9, 2013

Watch Melt-Banana’s Epileptic ‘The Hive’ Video

Melt-Banana recently returned from a six-year absence with fetch, a manic album that SPIN described as "punk at its most windswept, pop at it's most convulsive,…
Kyle McGovern / October 9, 2013

Mary Timony’s New Band Ex Hex Shares Rollicking ‘Hot and Cold’

Mary Timony has quietly started a new band, and their first song online isn't quiet at all. Timony, last seen portraying a motel housekeeper in…
Marc Hogan / October 9, 2013

20 Albums You Can Hear Now: Pearl Jam, Fall Out Boy, Cass McCombs, Dismemberment Plan, More

Clear your schedule: We've collected streams of brand new albums by Pearl Jam, Cass McCombs, the Dismemberment Plan, the Head and the Heart, Tim Hecker,…
Kyle McGovern / October 9, 2013

Giorgio Moroder Sings on Remix of Claire’s Disco Throbber ‘Broken Promise Land’

Of all of the developments to accompany Daft Punk's disco-revitalizing return, the second coming of Giorgio Moroder has got to be the greatest. The legendary…
Chris Martins / October 9, 2013

Watch the Dismemberment Plan Barrel Through Heart’s ‘Barracuda’

The Dismemberment Plan's first album in 12 years will soon see the light, and the Washington, D.C. favorites have released a trio of tracks to…
Kyle McGovern / October 8, 2013

See Jon Wurster and Aimee Mann Play John Denver Look-Alikes

Back in April, ATO Records shared the star-studded album The Music Is You: A Tribute to John Denver along with My Morning Jacket's cover of "Leaving…
Chris Martins / October 8, 2013

Watch Girl Talk and Freeway Debut EDM Pile-Driver ‘Tolerated’

If it's been awhile since you've thought about Girl Talk or Freeway, you're forgiven. the Pittsburgh mash-up pioneer's last album was 2010's All Day, while the…
Jordan Sargent / October 8, 2013

Quilt Set ‘Arctic Shark’ Loose Ahead of ‘Held in Splendor’ Album

Quilt have woven together their second album and set an early 2014 release date. Titled Held in Splendor, the follow-up to 2011's Quilt will arrive…
Kyle McGovern / October 8, 2013

Eddie Vedder Takes on American Issues in ‘Made in America’ Trailer

When you're Jay Z, it's no trouble to put together a music festival bill featuring everyone from Pearl Jam to Kanye West to Skrillex to…
Chris Martins / October 8, 2013

Until the Ribbon Breaks Rewrites Baz Luhrmann’s ‘Romeo’ in Video Collage

Until the Ribbon Breaks, a.k.a. electro-ballad auteur Pete Lawrie Winfield, reimagines William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet on his latest single, cinematic slow-burner "Romeo." The Best…
Kyle McGovern / October 8, 2013
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