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Grammy Upsetter Al Walser Is Back, and He Wants His Money Now

Do you remember Al Walser? Sure you do. The Grammys? An astronaut suit? Liechtenstein? That keytar? Exactly — Al Walser.
Philip Sherburne / September 4, 2013

MGMT Tease Five Psyched New Songs in Clever Short Film

MGMT's self-titled album arrives on September 17 via Columbia Records, but the band has done an unusually good job of keeping its contents under wraps.
Marc Hogan / September 4, 2013

R. Kelly Dumbs Out Hard for Awful ‘U.O.E.N.O.’ Remix Verse

Well, it's another one of those "I don't know what I expected" match-ups. "You know I had to do it," R. Kelly brays to start…
Marc Hogan / September 4, 2013

Animal Parts Cure Homesickness on Strummy ‘Where the Heart Is’

Toronto's Animal Parts have been mighty busy over the past year and change. Between time spent on the road, the five-piece led by Josh Cockerill…
Chris Martins / September 4, 2013

Soundgarden Look to the Stars for Sci-Fi ‘Halfway There’ Video

Soundgarden play it straight but spacey in the new music video for King Animal ballad "Halfway There." That's after the Seattle titans goofed around with…
Kyle McGovern / September 4, 2013

Ewan Pearson Skronks Up the Emperor Machine’s Electro-Funk Cut ‘Hey!’

In a scene where switching up aliases is about as remarkable as changing socks, Andy Meecham nevertheless stands out as having a particularly promiscuous approach…
Philip Sherburne / September 4, 2013

Album of the Week: Stream the Stepkids’ Vintage Yacht-Funk Jazz Odyssey ‘Troubadour’

"For a while we wanted to reinvent the wheel with music, but now we're in a different place," vocalist-guitarist Jeff Gitelman says about the state…
Kory Grow / September 4, 2013

Goldfrapp Introduce ‘Annabel’ in Beautifully Stark Video

Goldfrapp's forthcoming Tales of Us will be the English duo's first album in three years and it's set to be a significant departure. While 2010's…
Chris Martins / September 3, 2013

Savages Brutalize Their Own Sound in ‘I Am Here’ Video

Savages don't shy from intensity. The London post-punks dropped their brutal barrage of a debut album, Silence Yourself, earlier this year, and most recently got…
Chris Martins / September 3, 2013

Mount Eerie Previews Auto-Tune Album With Dubby ‘Lone Bell’

Phil Elverum's estimable Mount Eerie project will return in 2013 with Pre-Human Ideas, a collection of songs that — somewhat shockingly — makes strong use of…
Chris Martins / September 3, 2013

Watch Eleanor Friedberger’s Wondrous ‘When I Knew’ Video

Eleanor Friedberger has always had a knack for eccentricity. Whether she's diving deep into a melody-warping rabbit hole with her brother Matthew as the Fiery…
Kyle McGovern / September 3, 2013

Hear Janelle Monae Funk With Prince and Solange on Full ‘The Electric Lady’ Stream

Janelle Monáe is streaming her entire new album The Electric Lady a week early. Due September 10 via Bad Boy/Wondaland, the 19-track set features collaborations…
Chris Martins / September 3, 2013

Titus Andronicus’ Next Album Is a Rock Opera About Manic Depression

Above you'll find a brand new Titus Andronicus song dubbed "Fatal Flaw." According to main man Patrick Stickles, it's the opening salvo of a 30-odd-song…
Chris Martins / September 3, 2013

Cults Send Motorik Pop Swooning on ‘High Road’

Cults will release their second album, Static, on October 15, and the picture is getting ever-clearer as that date approaches. We heard snippets of "We've Got…
Chris Martins / September 3, 2013

Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan Debuts as Director in Haunting ‘Garden’s Heart’ Video

As far as thematic fodder for Natasha Khan goes, the subject of upcoming film How I Live Now could hardly be a more perfect fit. The movie…
Marc Hogan / September 3, 2013
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