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Stream Gucci Mane and Chief Keef’s Power Team-Up ‘Darker’

"Darker" is the first output from a new alliance between Gucci Mane's 1017 Brick Squad and Chicago rapper Chief Keef. (And we don't yet know…
Jordan Sargent / May 10, 2013

Lana Del Rey Serenades an Orchestra in ‘Young and Beautiful’ Video

Some of Lana Del Rey's videos are, for better or worse, discussion-worthy whatever your take on the endlessly discussed music. Remember that JFK-themed "National Anthem"
Marc Hogan / May 10, 2013

Watch Dead Confederate’s Alcohol-Soaked ‘Vacations’ Video

On May 15, Dead Confederate will embark on a 14-date U.S. tour and as a warm-up for the spring excursion, the Athens, Georgia five-piece have…
Kyle McGovern / May 10, 2013

Watch Mr. MFN eXquire’s Lo-Fi Two-Part ‘Nightfall at the Thames’ Video

"Nightfall at the Thames" is a new video from grimy New York rapper Mr. MFN eXquire, but it's actually the treatment for two new songs:…
Jordan Sargent / May 10, 2013

Hear Aye Nako’s Fuzzy Fist-Pumper ‘For the Inverted’

Aye Nako describe themselves as "four weirdos trying to find their confidence/sexuality/harmony/pay day." But if the Brooklyn pop-punks are sure of one thing, it's their sound. "For…
Kyle McGovern / May 10, 2013

See Mariah Carey and Miguel Go for a Sexy Motorcycle Ride (and More) in ‘#Beautiful’ Video

On Monday, Mariah Carey proved she's still so much more than just a reality TV prop by dropping "#Beautiful." Obnoxious hashtaggery aside, the song is…
Chris Martins / May 10, 2013

Stream The-Dream and Jay-Z’s Stoner Anthem ‘High Art’

Jay-Z's love of fine art — and his proclivity to rap about it — might lead some to think that The-Dream's new collaboration with Hov…
Jordan Sargent / May 9, 2013

Watch Savages Play London’s Ministry of Sound Live Right Now

Savages aren't too keen on fans using cameras to film their intense live show, but thankfully the English post-punk revivalists have okayed a live stream…
Kyle McGovern / May 9, 2013

Hear Danny Brown Assist Chicago Rapper Tree on Raspy ‘No Faces’

Chicago rap is more aesthetically diverse than it gets credit for, and one of the city's less well-known rappers whose carved out his own niche…
Jordan Sargent / May 9, 2013

Hear Damon Albarn and DOOM Go in on Child of Lov’s Strange Slinky Soul

The Child of Lov is the creation of psych-addled soul strange-oid Cole Williams, a 25-year-old from the Netherlands who just released his eponymous debut album…
Chris Martins / May 9, 2013

Dance Tracks of the Week: Michael Mayer’s ‘Mantasy’ Gets Masterful New Remixes

Michael Mayer, Mantasy Remixe 2 (Kompakt) A good seven months since the release of Michael Mayer's Mantasy, do we really need new remixes of it?
Philip Sherburne / May 9, 2013

Watch Kanye, Keef Cameo in Pusha T’s Swaggering ‘Numbers on the Boards’ Video

Pusha T's grimy, snarling "Numbers on the Video" has gotten the foreboding video it deserves. True to G.O.O.D. Music's aesthetics, the video was shot in…
Jordan Sargent / May 9, 2013

Watch Wilco Drummer Glenn Kotche Actually Play the Kitchen Sink in Faucet Commercial

Both within Wilco and as a solo composer, drummer Glenn Kotche is known for using everything but the kitchen sink (scrap metal, hubcaps, homemade thingamajigs)…
Chris Martins / May 9, 2013

Watch Telekinesis Revive a Record-Pressing Plant in ‘Empathetic People’ Video

"Every building has a face," Telekinesis frontman Michael Benjamin sings on "Empathetic People," a punchy standout from the Seattle fuzz-poppers' new album Dormarion, produced by Spoon's…
Marc Hogan / May 9, 2013

Four Tet Blends Prince, Joy Orbison, and Stanley Clarke in Time-Traveling Mix

Unlike rock bands, producers like Four Tet are freed from the tyranny of their past glories when they perform for a crowd. Even as we…
Chris Martins / May 9, 2013

Hear Justice and the Avalanches’ Music for Electronica ‘King Kong’

The King Kong musical about to scale Melbourne like the Empire State Building might have a soundtrack loaded with laudable names from electronic music, but it's…
Marc Hogan / May 9, 2013

Hear Rathborne’s Driving New Wave Jangler ‘Last Forgiven’

Luke Rathborne's tale reads like a classic rock origin story. His childhood was peopled in part by "freewheelin' types" who'd pass through his home in Northern…
Chris Martins / May 9, 2013

Stream Royal Forest’s Kaleidoscopic ‘Everyone Who Knows You’

Royal Forest are big on field recordings. The Austin foursome have made songs in a single-prop airplane above the Texas hill country, inside a World War…
Kyle McGovern / May 9, 2013

Preview Husker Dude Grant Hart’s ‘The Argument,’ an Album About the Fall of Man

Hüsker Dü co-founder Grant Hart will release a new solo album, The Argument, on July 22 via Domino Records. The double album will feature 20 songs…
Chris Martins / May 9, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Vampire Weekend, Small Black, Classixx, Wild Nothing, and More

Happy Thursday! We've rounded up 10 new, streaming records just for you: 1) Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires of the City. "[The follow-up to 2010's Contra] includes the…
Kyle McGovern / May 9, 2013
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