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Pelican Unleash Alternate Version of Relentless ‘Deny the Absolute’

Post-metal titans Pelican have a new album due out October 15, but first, the Chicago quartet will drop a fresh 7-inch. On August 20, their…
Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013

Cults Get Fuzzy on Dark ‘I Can Hardly Make You Mine’

New York indie-pop experts Cults have shared the first sounds of their second album Static. "‪I Can Hardly Make You Mine‬" finds the duo expanding on their…
Dan Reilly / August 13, 2013

Kwes Confirms Debut Album With ’36,’ a Tender Ode to His Grandparents

London producer/singer Kwes has announced details of his impending debut album ilp, which will arrive in the U.S. on October 15 via Warp Records.
Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013

Soundgarden’s Ben Shepherd Gets Saxy on Dirt-Caked ‘Keystone’

Ben Shepherd continues to show his range as a solo artist with his new track "Keystone," which premiered over at PureVolume. Whereas "Baron Robber" was…
Dan Reilly / August 13, 2013

Watch ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force’ Go Space-Rap With Flying Lotus

Flying Lotus' love affair with Cartoon Network continues to pay dividends to fans of gloriously weird music and animation. The Los Angeles-bred beat auteur teamed…
Chris Martins / August 13, 2013

Beach House Score ‘Fantasy’ Short Film Starring Elijah Wood and Unicorns

Beach House have followed their recent run of cinematic videos ("Wild," Forever Still, "Wishes") by crafting an original score for This Must Be the Only Fantasy,…
Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013

Baauer and Just Blaze Bring ‘Higher’ to India in Martial Arts Mini-Movie

Baauer's "Higher" collaboration with New York production legend Just Blaze probably won't even scrape the heights hit by "Harlem Shake," but it has a much better video. The…
Jordan Sargent / August 13, 2013

Watch Youth Lagoon’s Terrifyingly Beautiful ‘Raspberry Cane’ Video

It's hard to decipher what exactly is going on in Youth Lagoon's animated video for "Raspberry Cane" but it's a stunning trip to watch. The…
Dan Reilly / August 13, 2013

Dumb Numbers Teams With Jesus Lizard Singer for Freaky ‘Redrum’ Video

Dumb Numbers, a.k.a. Australian songwriter Adam Harding, assembled an alt-rock murderers' row to craft his recently released self-titled debut album. Sebadoh mastermind Lou Barlow, Dinosaur Jr. drummer Murph, Melvins drummer…
Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013

Hear Will Schwartz’s Psychic Friend Get a Gliss Makeover on ‘Softer Side’

Will Schwartz can usually be found churning out aces indie pop in Imperial Teen or working the dancefloor in duo Hey Willpower. But the man…
Luke McCormick / August 13, 2013

Hear Meat Market’s Grimy Garage-Rock Bruiser ‘Too Tired’

Meat Market have been kind enough to serve up a gnarly A-Side (and title cut) from their Too Tired EP, a bruising hit of Northern Californian garage-rock…
Luke McCormick / August 13, 2013

King Krule Lounges With a Dog in Chill ‘Neptune Estate’ Video

King Krule reveals a slightly different aspect of his sound in "Neptune Estate," the latest song shared from the deep-voiced London downer's upcoming 6 Feet Beneath…
Marc Hogan / August 13, 2013

Stream the Can’t Tells’ Fidgety Night-Terrors on ‘Drugstore’

The Can't Tells are based in Brooklyn and originally from Boston, but if these sharp-tongued wordsmiths are to be believed, they hail from "an alternate reality…
Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013

Cardiknox Break Free in Neon-Washed ‘Hold Me Down’ Video

Cardiknox is the operating alias of New York-by-way-of-Seattle duo Lonnie Angle and Thomas Dutton. Angle, a classical pianist, and Dutton, a punk dabbler, blend icy…
Luke McCormick / August 13, 2013

Stream Ski Lodge’s Wickedly Funny Debut Album ‘Big Heart’

Ski Lodge have already dropped two shimmering jewels from their upcoming debut album — "Just to Be Like You" and "Boy," both of which received surprisingly grim, psychedelic visual…
Kyle McGovern / August 13, 2013
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