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Hear Sebadoh’s Bouncy ‘Defend Yourself’ Bummer ‘State of Mine’

In a chat with SPIN, Lou Barlow described Defend Yourself, Sebadoh's first full-length album in 14 years, as "another batch of breakup songs." Barlow recently…
Dan Reilly / August 27, 2013

Watch TV on the Radio’s Graceful, Green-Thumbed ‘Million Miles’ Video

TV on the Radio frontman Tunde Adebimpe's recent work with side project Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band has been engagingly varied. His main band appears to be…
Dan Reilly / August 27, 2013

Hear Dolorean Cover Radiation City’s ‘The Color of Industry’ for Charity

Portland's Dolorean are affiliated with Marmoset Music, a boutique music agency that helps local musicians score original works for films, commercials, and other creative projects.
Kyle McGovern / August 27, 2013

The National Take a Beer-Binging Beating in ‘Graceless’ Video

On record, the National may come across like a group of sad bastards who'd rather discuss NPR and fine cheese than go out and have…
Dan Reilly / August 27, 2013

Open Mike Eagle Humble-Brags With Art-Rap Aplomb on ‘Qualifiers’

Los Angeles' long-running Project Blowed community has been heating back up of late. Scene O.G. Aceyalone recently shared stately videos for "Pass the Hint" and…
Chris Martins / August 27, 2013

Kal Marks Gush Heavy Strangeness on ‘Where a River Starts and Ends’

Bostonian trio Kal Marks have given their debut studio album a title that's less than optimistic: Life Is Murder. But the band's sound, though heavy…
Chris Martins / August 27, 2013

Hear Techno Compilation ‘LGBT Rights for Russia Now!,’ With Legowelt, Perc, and Hieroglyphic Being

Legowelt, Hieroglyphic Being, KiNK & Neville Watson, and Perc are among the contributors to a new compilation to support Russia's beleaguered gay community. Bearing the…
Philip Sherburne / August 27, 2013

Mark Pritchard Breaks Down His Siren-Strafed ‘Lock Off’ EP

After two decades as one of electronic music's most unpredictable shapeshifters, Mark Pritchard — formerly known as Harmonic 313, Troubleman, N.Y. Connection, and Link, and…
Philip Sherburne / August 27, 2013

Eminem Unleashes Punk-Rap Throwback ‘Berzerk’

On Sunday night, Eminem announced the details of his eighth album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, via a pair of MTV VMA commercials.Those ads included…
Chris Martins / August 27, 2013

Sondre Lerche Covers Scott Walker’s ‘The Plague’ in Decay

Scott Walker's solo career officially started on September 16, 1967 with the release of the recently reissued Scott. September 16, 2013 will see the unveiling of…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013

Joey Bada$$ Aims to Literally Torch Kendrick Lamar on ‘Control’ Response

Kendrick Lamar's infamous rapper-eating "Control" verse has undoubtedly accomplished its two-fold goal: one, to put the Compton prince's name on the lips of hip-hop fans everywhere;…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013

Rick Ross Portrays Troubled South Africa Trip as Kingly Endeavor

Earlier this month, Rick Ross traveled to South Africa to perform a string of shows in a number of cities that included Johannesburg and the…
Jordan Sargent / August 26, 2013

Justin Timberlake’s New Open Letter: ‘We’re Not Done, Not Even Close’

Justin Timberlake has shared a brand new promo for his upcoming The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2 album, pairing it with an open letter addressed to…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013

Dr. Dog Combat a ‘Broken Heart’ With Retro-Soul

When singers insist they've never been heartbroken, listen to their voices and not the words. The latest offering from Dr. Dog's upcoming B-Room (via Stereogum) is an…
Marc Hogan / August 26, 2013

Nicolas Jaar’s Darkside Share 11 Minutes of Instrumental Excellence

Nicolas Jaar's Darkside project got a jumpstart by sharing an excellent album-length remix of Daft Punk's already Essential Random Access Memories in June. Now the New…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013
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