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King Krule Debuts Swooning ‘La Lune’ for Live BBC Session

King Krule debuted a brand new song during a live session at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios yesterday (August 21). The deep-voiced Londoner, born Archy…
Kyle McGovern / August 22, 2013

Depeche Mode Flaunt Virile Live Show in ‘Should Be Higher’ Video

Having recently conquered the European continent, Depeche Mode are kicking off their North American tour in Detroit tonight, then heading overseas all over again. We've…
Chris Martins / August 22, 2013

Jel’s ‘Late Pass’ Is a Dubwise Boom-Bap Dream

As a co-founder of Anticon Records and a known architect of indie-rap's more left-field beat structures, Jefferey "Jel" Logan should have had his day in…
Chris Martins / August 22, 2013

Glasser Slinks Into Second Album With Mercurial ‘Shape’ Video

Glasser, a.k.a. electronic pop explorer Cameron Mesirow, has been hard at work on the follow-up to 2010's Ring for the past year or so, says record label True…
Kyle McGovern / August 22, 2013

Cass McCombs Haunts Heartbreak Hotels on ‘There Can Only Be One’

If it seemed a bit ambitious for enigmatic songsmith Cass McCombs to release two albums in a year the last time he stepped out, well,…
Chris Martins / August 22, 2013

The Dirtbombs Do Bubblegum (Garage Style) on ‘Crazy for You’

Detroit garage-rock posse the Dirtbombs have been doing their thing since 1992 and, as the story goes, have been promising an album's worth of bubblegum…
Chris Martins / August 22, 2013

Dance Tracks of the Week: Peaking Lights Side Project Leisure Connection Go ‘Jungle Dancing’

Leisure Connection, "Jungle Dancing"/"Wave Riding" (No 'Label') The oddly named No 'Label' is a vinyl-only offshoot of Amsterdam's Rush Hour; they might just as well…
Philip Sherburne / August 22, 2013

Hear Big Black Delta’s Synth-Swollen Remix of Rubblebucket’s ‘Save Charlie’

Earlier this month, Brooklyn dance-rock crew Rubblebucket shared "Save Charlie," the bouncy title track from the seven-piece's upcoming EP, which arrives September 24 via the…
Kyle McGovern / August 22, 2013

Death Grips Throw Us ‘Birds,’ Their Antisocial First Song Since Lollapalooza No-Show

Death Grips, SPIN's 2012 Artist of the Year, aren't finished messing with their audience. The recently major label re-affiliated rap racketmakers missed Lollapalooza and other shows last month in…
Marc Hogan / August 22, 2013

Stream Belle Adair’s Dynamic Folk Debut ‘The Brave and the Blue’

Belle Adair are a folk five-piece led by principal songwriter and frontman Matt Green, who crafted much of the crew's upcoming debut album in the…
Kyle McGovern / August 22, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Franz Ferdinand, Neko Case, Puscifer, Volcano Choir, and More

Happy Thursday! Look what we got you: Streams of new albums from Franz Ferdinand, Puscifer, Drumgasm, Forest Swords, and more. Enjoy.1) Franz Ferdinand, Right Thoughts,…
Kyle McGovern / August 22, 2013

Hear Au Revoir Simone Go Girl ‘Crazy’ on Sunny Single

After a four-year break, synth-pop sirens Au Revoir Simone are returning with a fourth album, Move in Spectrums. The Brooklyn trio have already shared one…
Chris Martins / August 22, 2013

Foxygen’s Jonathan Rado Saddles ‘Seven Horses’ With Electronic Psych

Foxygen co-leader Jonathan Rado — the Lennon to singer Sam France's McCartney, if you want to go there — is prepping his debut solo album,…
Kyle McGovern / August 21, 2013

Sam Smith Aims to Achieve ‘Nirvana’ With Transcendent R&B

Cambridge-based singer Sam Smith made his name guesting on dance-pop tracks by rising stars like Naughty Boy and Disclosure, but the man is now taking…
Chris Martins / August 21, 2013

Sarcastic Nine Inch Nails Fan Makes Video for Pop-tastic ‘Everything’

Nine Inch Nails have shared a host of typically moody tracks from their fast-approaching comeback album, Hesitation Marks. "Came Back Haunted," "Copy of A," "Disappointed,"
Kyle McGovern / August 21, 2013
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