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Hear Audacity’s Speaker-Shredding Taunt ‘Finders Keepers’

Southern California has become an undeniable font for music fans seeking young punk rippers on the rise. Audacity hail from Fullerton, an Orange County city…
Chris Martins / February 26, 2013

Hear Zorch’s Wild Celebration of Life ‘We All Die Young’

Austin duo Zorch made a little rumble a couple years back with a pair of EPs that demonstrated just how good "weird" can be. Specifically,…
Chris Martins / February 26, 2013

David Bowie Faces Past Alter Egos, Tilda Swinton in ‘The Stars (Are Out Tonight)’ Video

As promised, David Bowie has delivered the video for his latest The Next Day single (and Record Store Day contribution), "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)."
Daniel Kreps / February 26, 2013

Watch the Bronx Party With ‘Playgirl’ Strippers in ‘Youth Wasted’ Video

Blue-collar Los Angeles punks the Bronx may not be the first group of guys that come to mind upon mention of the hallowed (?) Playgirl name, but…
Chris Martins / February 26, 2013

Listen to Karmin’s Excruciating Remix of Drake’s ‘Started From the Bottom’

Drake's new single "Started from the Bottom" is a thumb of the nose at his critics, an affirmation that, like Rick Ross, he can push…
Jordan Sargent / February 25, 2013

Watch All-Pink-Everything Jay-Z Freestyle to EPMD in 1989

Kanye West may not be feeling Jay-Z's "Suit & Tie" look, but we're guessing that even Yeezy would choose his Watch the Throne partner's grown-man style over the…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2013

Watch Night Beds Politely Tolerate Rachael Ray

In another strange instance of indie rock bleeding into Mom-cornered mainstream television, Night Beds' Winston Yellen happened upon an interview with Food Network personality Rachael…
Nicole Sia / February 25, 2013

Hear the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Groovy ‘Mosquito’ Epic ‘Sacrilege’

Yeah Yeah Yeahs' first Mosquito single is here, and it's a "Like a Prayer"-style spine-tingler featuring — yes — a 24-piece choir. SPIN is extremely…
SPIN Staff / February 25, 2013

Hear Tartufi’s Sidewinding Post-Rock Triumph ‘Underwater’

Twelve years as a band will hone your chops, that's for sure. "Underwater," the latest listen from San Francisco shapeshifters Tartufi should serve as a…
Colin Joyce / February 25, 2013

Stream Airstrip’s Grimy, ‘Nightmare Pop’ Debut ‘Willing’

After the dissolution of Veelee, his promising girl-boy pop duo, Raleigh, North Carolina's Matthew Park set out to start something new. And in recruiting John…
Colin Joyce / February 25, 2013

Hear Low’s Majestic, Jeff Tweedy-Produced ‘So Blue’

Low's The Invisible Way, due out March 19 via Sub Pop, is shaping up to be impressively multi-hued. The first song from the Minnesota band's upcoming…
Marc Hogan / February 25, 2013

Listen to Dirty Projectors’ Shambly Spirit Quest ‘There’s a Fire’

As SPIN scribe Dan Weiss explained in his review of Dirty Projectors' Swing Lo Magellan, a huge part of what makes that excellent LP one…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2013

Hear Roll the Dice Rework Julia Kent’s Cello Meditation ‘Transportation’

On her third album, the cellist Julia Kent — a former member of Rasputina and an arranger and touring musician for Antony and the Johnsons…
Philip Sherburne / February 25, 2013

Iron & Wine Visit ‘Grace’-Land in Folky Second ‘Ghost on Ghost’ Preview

Technicolor production is no longer a novelty for Iron & Wine singer-songwriter Sam Beam, and his new songs are all the better for it. Ghost on…
Marc Hogan / February 25, 2013

Watch FLOTUS-Approved Frank Ocean Rehearse His Grammys Performance (in Key)

Frank Ocean's Grammys performance was a welcome break from the ceremonial tedium and bombastic productions that otherwise defined the night, but it wasn't perfect. Our…
Chris Martins / February 25, 2013

Stream Herbcraft’s Hallucinatory New Album ‘The Astral Body Electric’

After a dazzling three-year run of smoky, Technicolor releases on a variety of labels (including Hello Sunshine), Portland, Maine psych outfit Herbcraft will release The…
Colin Joyce / February 25, 2013

Stream the Embassy’s Soaring Indie-Dance Opus ‘Sweet Sensation’

The Embassy return with their proper full-length in more than seven years, Sweet Sensation, on Tuesday via their own International label. A decade ago, the Swedish…
Marc Hogan / February 25, 2013

First Spin: The Foreign Exchange’s ‘The Last Fall (Focus… +FE Experience Remix)’

The Foreign Exchange began as an online collaboration between rapper Phonte Coleman and producer Nicolay Rook, then a budding producer in the Netherlands. 2004's Connected…
Brandon Soderberg / February 25, 2013

Watch Thom Yorke Sing, Strum, and Shimmy at London DJ Gig with Nigel Godrich

Be all the more jealous that Thom Yorke and Radiohead producer/Atoms for Peace colleague Nigel Godrich's live DJ sets sold out just about instantly. Yorke…
Marc Hogan / February 25, 2013

Hear Alkaline Trio’s Furious ‘Torture Doctor’

It's been three years since Alkaline Trio's This Addiction, the Chicago pop-punk vets' Epitaph debut and an LP that was heralded at times as a…
David Bevan / February 25, 2013
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