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Majical Cloudz Casts Father, of ‘Twin Peaks’ Fame, in Shadowy ‘Childhood’s End’ Video

On TV's Twin Peaks, actor Kenneth Welsh plays Windom Earle, protagonist Dale Cooper's former partner on the FBI and, without spoiling anything, a crucial figure in…
Marc Hogan / April 3, 2013

First Spin: Childish Major & Rome Fortune’s ‘Rights for Wrongs’

Which beat from producer Childish Major first grabbed your ears? It was presumably the stunning work he did on Rocko's "U.O.E.N.O." — a slowly molting…
Brandon Soderberg / April 3, 2013

Zone Out to James Blake’s Animated, Color-Swirling ‘Voyeur’ Video

James Blake's "Voyeur," from the U.K. producer's upcoming Overgrown (due out April 8 via Atlas/Republic), is on familiar ground. Blake's blue-eyed soul vocals repeat and run…
Marc Hogan / April 3, 2013

Watch Erykah Badu and Robert Glasper Debut Jazzy ‘Afro Blue’

One of the great things about South By Southwest is the convergence of every corner of the music world encourages collaborative performances between artists that…
Jordan Sargent / April 3, 2013

See Still Corners Run a Roller Rink in ‘Berlin Lovers’ Video

Still Corners are Tessa Murray and Greg Hughes, a London duo who seem to draw as much inspiration from the fundamentally rockist dream-pop movement as…
Chris Martins / April 3, 2013

Naam Plunge Deeper Into Psych-Sludge Void With ‘Vow’

Naam, peddlers of some of the heaviest psych-sludge currently blaring in Brooklyn, have expanded their color palette to include a synthier shade of Black Sabbath.
Kyle McGovern / April 3, 2013

Hear Axel Boman and Petter Nordkvist’s Misty-Eyed Italo Groove ‘Outside Amore (Edit)’

Meet Sweden's Man Tear. Is their name supposed to refer to teardrops or tatters? Perhaps both. On their debut single for DFA, Axel Boman, Petter…
Philip Sherburne / April 3, 2013

Beak> Transform Pink Floyd’s ‘Welcome to the Machine’ into a Motorik Dream

When Geoff Barrow isn't busy inspiring the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, producing rap albums for Stones Throw, picking fights with Amy Winehouse, or teasing upcoming activity…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2013

Download the Transplants’ Raging Battle Cry ‘In a Warzone’

The Transplants confirmed last month that In A Warzone, the punk-rap supergroup's first studio album since 2005's Haunted Cities, will be unleashed sometime in May.
Kyle McGovern / April 2, 2013

See Phoenix Uncomfortably Close Up as They Perform New Song ‘The Real Thing’ Live

As Phoenix soar across North America for their first tour in two years, live footage of the French outfit performing songs from their upcoming full-length,…
Kyle McGovern / April 2, 2013

Getting to the Bottom of Avicii and the ‘GQ’ Douchebag Debate

Last week, GQ magazine published a fascinating, not entirely flattering, but also weirdly sympathetic profile of Avicii. Key takeaways include the suggestion that he's not…
Philip Sherburne / April 2, 2013

Hear At the Drive-In’s ‘One Armed Scissor’ Chopped and Looped by the Field

The men who founded At the Drive-In may not see eye to eye anymore — Omar Rodríguez-López called last year's reunion a nostalgia-driven cash-grab, and…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2013

CocoRosie Channel Dr. Dre Through the Looking Glass in ‘After the Afterlife’

Bianca and Sierra Cassady will open up a massive music box of creep for their forthcoming fifth album as CocoRosie, titled Tales of a GrassWidow. In…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2013

Ryan Hemsworth Sews R. Kelly, the Knife, and Destiny’s Child Together on BBC Mix

Ryan Hemsworth, fresh off his tribute to video game composer Yasunori Mitsuda and still basking in Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness," recently dropped an hour-long mix off…
Kyle McGovern / April 2, 2013

Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard Drops Dirty Projectors’ ‘Socialites’ onto the Dance Floor

Dirty Projectors' Swing Lo Magellan was a shoo-in for SPIN Essential — just one point shy of a perfect 10, and a high-ranker on our Best…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2013

See Thom Yorke Bop for Eighteen Raucous Minutes More

Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich have been doing their "two turntables and a microphone" thing of late in order to get the word out about…
Chris Martins / April 2, 2013

Paramore Stream the First Four Tracks of Their Sprawling New Album

"The mindset was, like, we have no idea what we're doing," Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams told SPIN about the writing and recording process behind the…
Kyle McGovern / April 2, 2013

Stream EmptyMansions’ Desert-Weary Cover of Neil Young’s ‘Down By the River’

EmptyMansions, the not-totally-ridiculous side-project of Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino, teased a debut album a few months back with "Lyra," a track SPIN's Chris Martins described as…
Kyle McGovern / April 2, 2013

Rap Release of the Week: Western Tink & Beautiful Lou’s ‘Mobbin’ No Sobbin’

Named after a track from Austin rapper Western Tink's 2011 album Hard to Keel Vol. 1, the new mixtape Mobbin' No Sobbin' has been almost…
Brandon Soderberg / April 2, 2013

Hear Prince’s Unexpected, Sludgy ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ Rock Rework

In a fruitful time for new renditions of Prince songs, the Purple One has decided it's his turn. D'Angelo, the Roots, Elvis Costello, Bilal, and…
Marc Hogan / April 2, 2013
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