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Watch RZA Make Coachella Girl Dance to James Blake’s Undanceable ‘Take a Fall for Me’

"Take a Fall for Me," James Blake's collaboration with Wu-Tang Clan's RZA for new album Overgrown, saw its live debut at Coachella's on Sunday (April…
Jordan Sargent / April 22, 2013

Hear Best Coast’s ‘Fear of My Identity,’ a Record Store Day Return to the Beach

A couple of months back, Best Coast teased "Fear of My Identity," the A-side from the California duo's Record Store Day 2013 exclusive 7-inch, and,…
Kyle McGovern / April 22, 2013

Hear Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds’ Spoken-Word Horror-Drone ‘Animal X’

"Down on the waterfront / Out on the boondocks," Nick Cave intones more than an once on "Animal X," his newly released Record Store Day…
Marc Hogan / April 22, 2013

Watch Danny Brown Disorient Coachella With Dizzying ‘Dope Song’

Danny Brown's new album Old doesn't yet have a release date, but he's steadily thrown out crumbs of new material throughout the year. First was there was…
Jordan Sargent / April 22, 2013

Hear Grizzly Bear Dismember Phoenix’s ‘Entertainment’

Of all the acts who've remixed Phoenix's "Entertainment," from the French band's out-tomorrow new album Bankrupt!, Grizzly Bear might be the most natural fit. While…
Marc Hogan / April 22, 2013

Jay-Z Flies, Andre 3000 and Beyonce Faceplant on Uneven ‘Gatsby’ Soundtrack Snippets

Leonardo Dicaprio and Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby will be in theatres on May 10, but it's Jay-Z curated soundtrack will be in stores a few days…
Jordan Sargent / April 22, 2013

Modest Mouse Stoke Anticipation for New Release With Three New Songs

Good news for people who — ah, hell, you know where this is headed. Modest Mouse haven't put out a new album since 2007's We Were…
Marc Hogan / April 22, 2013

Kanye West Boosts G.O.O.D. Rapper D’Banj’s ‘Scapegoat’ With Two-Verse Remix

Kanye West has mostly been quiet since last year's G.O.O.D. Music album Cruel Summer, but he's been at work on something. At least part of it is…
Jordan Sargent / April 22, 2013

Stream Deerhunter’s Full, Gloriously Skuzzy New Album ‘Monomania’

Deerhunter's gripping, theatrical late-night TV performance last month was no fluke. Monomania, the follow-up to 2010's Halcyon Digest, is out on May 7 via 4AD, and…
Marc Hogan / April 22, 2013

MGMT Stay Spaced Out on Record Store Day Cassingle ‘Alien Days’

Scientists recently discovered two Earth-like planets about 1,200 light years away. NASA's Mars rover Curiosity keeps scouring the Red Planet for signs of life. And…
Marc Hogan / April 22, 2013

Black Sabbath Debut ‘End of the Beginning’ With Blistering Live Performance

Black Sabbath will formally unleash "End of the Beginning" — the next single from the heavy metal icons' upcoming album, 13 — on May 15, during…
Kyle McGovern / April 22, 2013

Hear Lana Del Rey’s ‘Young and Beautiful,’ a Vapid, Foreboding ‘Great Gatsby’ Original

As lush and haunting as it is fittingly jejune, "Young and Beautiful" — Lana Del Rey's The Great Gatsby soundtrack contribution co-written with Rick Nowels…
Nicole Sia / April 22, 2013

Stream Big Black Delta’s Pulsating Debut Album

Before Jonathan Bates adopted his current moniker Big Black Delta, the Venezuelan native fronted Los Angeles lo-fi outfit Mellowdrone and banked time as a member…
Kyle McGovern / April 22, 2013

Hear Norwegian Disco Upstart Andre Bratten’s Answer to ‘Inspector Norse’

Disco and astrology often went hand in hand, and Norway's André Bratten revives the tradition with "Libra," one of the standout songs from his album…
Philip Sherburne / April 22, 2013

Stream ‘Pink Dust,’ From Jim Jarmusch’s Renamed Weirdo Noise Project SQURL

When All Tomorrow's Parties revealed the lineup for its first-ever event in Iceland, the British promoters listed filmmaker Jim Jarmusch among the musical performers, crediting…
Kyle McGovern / April 19, 2013

No Trivia’s Friday Five: An Artisanal Tribute to DJ Screw

1. Simon Reinhardt's At the DJ Screw Museum: Based on the Donald Barthelme short story "At the Tolstoy Museum," cartoonist Simon Reinhardt (who also runs…
Brandon Soderberg / April 19, 2013

Meet Panamah, the xx of Denmark, and Hear Late-Night Bummer ‘Born Af Natten’

Last week Denmark was pulsing to the cavernous electronic pop of Panamah, a young trio whose third single "Børn Af Natten" quite deservingly landed at No.
Vijith Assar / April 19, 2013

Disclosure Seduce Eliza Doolittle on Pulsating ‘You & Me’

Disclosure — the U.K. dance producers responsible for one of this year's finest songs — have released "You & Me," the second single off their new…
Jordan Sargent / April 19, 2013

Miguel and Kendrick Lamar Flirt With the Camera in ‘How Many Drinks? (Remix)’ Video

Miguel's "Adorn" has towered over R&B in the last year, setting a radio airplay record this year with 20 weeks spent at No. 1 on…
Jordan Sargent / April 19, 2013

Hear Wax Fang’s Glammy, Sardonic ‘The Blonde Leading the Blonde’

On April 30, Wax Fang will release the digital-only single "The Blonde Leading the Blonde" via their Don't Panic Records imprint. It's not clear what…
Marc Hogan / April 19, 2013
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