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Hear The-Dream’s Anti-Foreplay Ode ‘IV Play’

At last fans of The-Dream can stop holding their collective breath. While we're still nearly two months away from the oft-delayed release date of IV…
Chris Martins / April 8, 2013

Dissecting Brad Paisley and LL Cool J’s Politely Toxic Dud ‘Accidental Racist’

Country-rap conversation-starter "Accidental Racist," from Brad Paisley's new album Wheelhouse (out tomorrow), is a plastic-sounding Nashville facsimile fitted with rudimentary nods to hip-hop production —…
Brandon Soderberg / April 8, 2013

Check Out TNGHT’s Schizoid New Cut ‘Acrylics’

TNGHT embark on a brief tour starting this Friday that confusingly jumps coasts from Philadelphia to Coachella's first weekend to New York City and then…
Daniel Kreps / April 8, 2013

Watch Jessie Ware’s Early ’90s-Flavored ‘Imagine It Was Us’ Video

After 10 months of universal acclaim, Jessie Ware's Devotion will finally be released in the United States on April 16. (Seriously, we SPIN Essential'd this…
Daniel Kreps / April 8, 2013

Tyler, the Creator’s Drunk-Driving Goat Gets Pulled Over in Latest Mountain Dew Ad

Last month when Mountain Dew unveiled Tyler, the Creator's gonzo commercial, the Wolf rapper immediately tweeted "CANT WAIT TILL THE NEXT ONE COMES OUT AHHHH."
Daniel Kreps / April 8, 2013

Daft Punk Let Producer Todd Edwards Tell ‘Random Access Memories’ West Coast Tale

Last week, Daft Punk kicked off a new video series called The Collaborators, which takes a look at the different artists the French house duo…
Kyle McGovern / April 8, 2013

Stream ‘Grownass Man,’ From Justin Vernon’s Alt-Country Side Project the Shouting Matches

Justin Vernon can't sit still. In addition to avidly working on his cardio, the Bon Iver leader moonlights with his side project Volcano Choir, and…
Daniel Kreps / April 8, 2013

Hear the Ocean’s Bends-Inducing 53-Minute Instrumental Metal Opus ‘Pelagial’

The sixth album from German post-metal doombringers the Ocean is huge: Written, recorded, and to-be-played live as a 53-minute work, intended to respresent a sloooow…
Christopher R. Weingarten / April 8, 2013

Hear Queens of the Stone Age’s Fierce and Fiery ‘My God Is the Sun’

Queens of the Stone Age have debuted new song "My God is the Sun" on BBC Radio 1. Host Zane Lowe played the fiery ...Like…
Chris Martins / April 8, 2013

CHVRCHES Reveal Inner Nerds With Synthy ‘Game of Thrones’ Theme Cover

HBO's Game of Thrones may have slaughtered the ratings last week and subsequently scored a fourth season pick-up, but here's an irrefutable sign that the fantasy…
Kyle McGovern / April 8, 2013

Hear Bored Nothing’s Narcotic ‘I Wish You Were Dead’

Bored Nothing is exactly the sort of self-deprecating band name that you'd expect from a teenager holed up in a bedroom. And Fergus Miller, the…
Colin Joyce / April 8, 2013

Watch Eddie Vedder Add More Cowbell to Queens of the Stone Age’s ‘Little Sister’

When it comes to attracting other expert musicians, Queens of the Stone Age exert their own gravitational pull. Reported or confirmed to appear on the…
Marc Hogan / April 8, 2013

Stream Toronto Noise Punks Odonis Odonis’ Frightening ‘Better’ EP

After spending 2012 touring in support of their excellent debut LP, Hollandaze, Dean Tzenos-helmed industrial noise-punks Odonis Odonis have returned with a new similarly sludgy…
Colin Joyce / April 8, 2013

Stream Life Coach’s Entire Expansive ‘Alphawaves’

In 2011, Trans Am founder Phil Manley put out a pretty piece of krautrock-flavored nostalgia under his own name called Life Coach. Built upon beds…
Colin Joyce / April 8, 2013

Watch Diddy Rock the Wrestlemania Stage Like It’s 1998

Diddy brought droves of wrestling fans back to the innocent, glorious time that was the late 1990s last night (April 7), performing a medley of…
Kyle McGovern / April 8, 2013

CSS Preview New LP ‘Planta’ With Dubby Heartbreak Cure ‘Hangover’

CSS, short for Cansei de Ser Sexy, haven't wearied of expertly constructed, endearingly hook-filled electro-funk. The Brazilian group, whose full name translates to "tired of being…
Marc Hogan / April 8, 2013

Stream Tera Melos’ Full, Manic ‘X’ed Out’ Album

Over three albums and a couple of lineup changes, Tera Melos, the Sacramento trio fronted by guitarist/vocalist Nick Reinhart, has made a full shift from…
Colin Joyce / April 8, 2013

Stream Born Ruffians’ Propulsive ‘Birthmarks’

Born Ruffians are growing up. Seven years ago, the Luke Lalonde-led Toronto outfit uncaged their self-titled debut, an eye-opening EP of horny, herky-jerky indie rock…
David Bevan / April 8, 2013

Hear the National’s Wry, Gleaming ‘Demons’ via Time-Lapse Video

The National's new album ought to be a hoot. That's a somewhat-wild extrapolation based on an interview late last month with drummer Bryan Devendorf, who…
Marc Hogan / April 8, 2013

Hear the Flaming Lips’ Full, Intense ‘The Terror’ a Week Early

Pavement's final album was called Terror Twilight. "The Terror, by the Dawn's Early Light," doesn't have quite the same ring, but the Flaming Lips' latest, space-is-the-place…
Marc Hogan / April 8, 2013
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