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Watch Danny Brown’s Delirious Molly Tribute ‘Dip’

Danny Brown's entire career has been a place where different eras (J Dilla's heyday, Diplo's revolution) and styles (drug-fueled electro porn fantasies, scrap-or-die street-rap) crash…
Jordan Sargent / September 19, 2013

Dirty Projectors’ Olga Bell Plays Dress-Up in Nothankyou’s ‘Oyster’ Video

Dirty Projectors singer and keyboardist Olga Bell records on her own time under the moniker of Nothankyou, a collaborative project with U.K. dance-pop purveyor Tom…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2013

Here We Go Magic’s Luke Temple Fires Up Synth-Soul ‘Florida’

Here We Go Magic's Luke Temple promised to follow a funkier path than usual with his upcoming solo album, Good Mood Fool. "There's people in…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2013

Rhye’s Milosh Previews ‘Jetlag’ Album With Smeared Piano Poems

Rhye's wispy R&B album Woman has spawned new records from two divergent projects. The first was Avalanche by Quadron, who, to be fair, have been around for a…
Jordan Sargent / September 19, 2013

Disturbia: Jared Leto Desecrates Rihanna’s ‘Stay’ While Ri Stumps for Bud

So this happened: Jared Leto with 30 Seconds to Mars and about 30 inches (okay, give or take) of Jesus locks — plus aviators and…
Chris Martins / September 19, 2013

STRFKR’s ‘Golden Light (Skeletron Mix)’ Is an Italo-Disco Treatise on Nothingness

Portland's STRFKR (or "Starfucker," if you prefer) are right at home amidst the various strains of disco resurrecting via massive pop-culture moments like Drive and Daft…
Chris Martins / September 19, 2013

Stream Black Orange Juice’s House-Dwelling ‘3 Started Alone’ EP

Black Orange Juice recently spilled a portion of their upcoming 3 Started Alone EP with "Started in Paris," a disco-decorated house track that comes adorned with R&B voice-work.
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2013

Hear a Track from the Melvins’ ‘Tres Cabrones’ an LP-Length Reunion of Some 1983-Era Buddies

The ever-restless Melvins are returning for their, oh, lets say 22nd studio album, Tres Cabrones. The quirky, rubbery, album finds King Buzzo reuniting with original Melvins…
SPIN Staff / September 19, 2013

Beach Party ‘Can’t Surf,’ but Ty Segall Is Helping Them Shred

What's a Beach Party without a surfboard? Short answer: the dudes you see above. This Los Angeles four-piece — singer/guitarists Rob Banks and James Hurst…
Chris Martins / September 19, 2013

Juicy J and 2 Chainz: Oft-Delayed Projects by Rap Vets Buck Major Label Expectations

In 2013, rap albums, you know, the kind that are still pressed onto CDs and shoved onto Best Buy racks, are embraced as either blow-the-roof-off-everything…
Brandon Soderberg / September 19, 2013

Future’s Bleeping ‘How It Was’ Fits ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Just Fine

Future is busy building momentum for his sophomore album Honest with the single "Honest," the loose track "Substitute Everything," and a soon-to-drop video for "Sh!t."
Jordan Sargent / September 19, 2013

Hear Radkey Get ‘Overwhelmed’ With Proto-Punk Madness

In August, teenage garage-punk trio Radkey fired off "Romance Dawn," the Misfits-saluting opening track off of their upcoming Devil Fruit EP. Now the Radke brothers…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2013

Stream the Revenge’s Wildly Propulsive ‘Bugles of Truth’ EP

After two years of hibernation, the Revenge has returned: In 2011 and 2012, Glasgow producer Graeme Clark focused most of his efforts on his collaborative…
Elissa Stolman / September 19, 2013

Hear Black God’s Hard-Edged ‘Ghost in You’

Coliseum frontman Ryan Patterson moonlights as a guitarist for another hardcore outfit: Black God, a supergroup that pulls members from esteemed Louisville wrecking crews such…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2013

Rap Songs of the Week: Danny Brown Baits Nostalgics on ‘Side A (Old)’

Abdu Ali, "Fuk Wit Dis"Pentecostal poet/rapper/vocalist Abdu Ali begins this song with a Pterodactyl wail, and then proceeds to screech out his lyrics in a…
Brandon Soderberg / September 19, 2013
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