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The 1975 Get Weird With Drug-Dusted ‘M.O.N.E.Y.’

Manchester quartet the 1975 have been eliciting some dramatic responses from music fans on both sides of the pond and at at either end of…
Chris Martins / August 30, 2013

Death Grips’ Faux ‘Greatest Hits’ Offered in Hilarious Infomercial

Within a week, we've had a new Death Grips song, a mashup with DuckTales video-game music, and a cover of "Guillotine" by a choir. And…
Dan Reilly / August 29, 2013

Phoenix Invade the Palace of Versailles for Dazzling ‘Entertainment’ Video

A few months back, Phoenix shared a quaint music video for lead Bankrupt! single "Entertainment." No, not the Samurai-starring clip that played up the effervescent…
Kyle McGovern / August 29, 2013

Jay Pharoah’s ‘I Am a Dog’ Kanye West Spoof Is the ‘Shih Tzu,’ Har Har

SNL impression master Jay Pharaoh has created a canine-centric spoof of Kanye West's "I Am a God" called — what else — "I Am a Dog."
Dan Reilly / August 29, 2013

Bradford Cox Helps Lonnie Holley Preach on Epic ‘From the Other Side of the Pulpit’

Lonnie Holley has belonged to the outsider artist movement for more than 30 years, working in a variety of mediums including sculpture, photography, painting, and…
Kyle McGovern / August 29, 2013

Jay Z and Justin Timberlake Brood Over Fame in ‘Holy Grail’ Video

As the "Legends of Summer," Jay Z and Justin Timberlake have likened themselves to a blockbuster film series, so it makes sense that the video…
Jordan Sargent / August 29, 2013

Hear Frankie Rose’ Haunting Cover of the Damned’s ‘Street of Dreams’

On the heels of her dreamy track "Sorrow," Frankie Rose is back with another '80s throwback, only this time it's way less upbeat. Her cover…
Dan Reilly / August 29, 2013

Gold Panda Explores Hometown ‘Community’ in South London Video

Berlin-based producer Gold Panda envisioned his second long-player as a "city album." The beatsmith otherwise known as Derwin Panda describes the recently released Half of…
Kyle McGovern / August 29, 2013

Los Campesinos! Rise Again on Tenacious ‘What Death Leaves Behind’

Los Campesinos! are frequent practitioners of gallows humor. You know, the kind where a protagonist will be asked to leave a slaughterhouse because his eyes…
Jordan Sargent / August 29, 2013

Nine Inch Nails’ Ambitious Stage Show ‘Exposed’ in Tour Documentary

"It's cool to give people an experience," Trent Reznor says in a new video showing the lead-up to Nine Inch Nails' incredible return to the…
Dan Reilly / August 29, 2013

Karen O Pens Intimate Lullaby ‘The Moon Song’ for Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’

When the song says "Karen O," it really means Karen O, period. "The Moon Song" is a new song from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman…
Marc Hogan / August 29, 2013

Zola Jesus Goes Chasing Waterfalls in Gorgeous ‘Fall Back’ Video

Even if you're not into the headier aspects of art, you'll enjoy Zola Jesus' new video for "Fall Back," the sole original cut from her…
Dan Reilly / August 29, 2013

Rap Songs of the Week: Juicy J Refuses to Pander to Wiz Khalifa’s Taylors on ‘No Heart No Love’

Eminem, "Berzerk"With the new Rick Rubin-produced Eminem single, we are sonically looking back, po-faced, to License to Ill-era Beastie Boys (a record that they wanted…
Brandon Soderberg / August 29, 2013

Dance Tracks of the Week: Green Velvet Tips His Hat to Prince

Green Velvet, "Bigger Than Prince" (Circus Records) It's been a few years since Green Velvet (a.k.a. Curtis Jones, a.k.a. Cajmere) released much in the way…
Philip Sherburne / August 29, 2013

Stream Lee Bannon’s Eccentric Drill’N’Bass Banger ‘LR/AD (Garden Blocc Edition) F’

Producer Lee Bannon, a SPIN Best New Artist back in July, can't sit still. In 2012, he released Fantastic Plastic, an underground hip-hop release featuring…
Brandon Soderberg / August 29, 2013
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