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Naked Miley Cyrus Rides Balls, Licks Hammers in Terry Richardson’s ‘Wrecking Ball’ Video

Miley Cyrus' newest single "Wrecking Ball" is a break-up ballad that seems to consciously pull back from the tongue-in-your-face New Miley-ness of "We Can't Stop."
Jordan Sargent / September 9, 2013

Foxygen Drummer Shaun Fleming Weaves ‘Tale of a Dead Dog’ for Solo Debut as Diane Coffee

Shaun Fleming drums for Foxygen but he also records solo under the moniker of Diane Coffee, an alias that was born earlier this year after…
Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

Hear the Avalanches Plunge ‘Stalking to a Stranger’ Into a Disco Abyss

Little-heard-from Aussies the Avalanches unveiled a new track and music video over the weekend. No, the sample-savvy crew didn't share a piece of their long-awaited…
Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

Eminem’s Retro ‘Berzerk’ Video Fails to Take Its Own Advice

There's a respectable precedent for the Beasties-and-Billy Squier throwback nature of Eminem's chart-crashing "Berzerk." Killer Mike's El P-produced 2012 album R.A.P. Music was a "stunning…
Marc Hogan / September 9, 2013

Stream MGMT’s Synth-Wielding, Self-Titled Third Album Now

Here's your first listen to an album MGMT have suggested not everyone will be able to understand on first listen. (We certainly didn't. Read SPIN's…
Marc Hogan / September 9, 2013

Watch Franz Ferdinand’s NSFW, Torture-Porny ‘Evil Eye’ Video

Franz Ferdinand are out for blood in the just-released video for "Evil Eye," a tightly strutting highlight from the Glaswegian outfit's latest album, Right Thoughts,…
Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

Pixies Debut Two Okay New Songs at Surprise Los Angeles Show

The un-re-reunited Pixies just keep churning out vaguely Pixies-ish, generally underwhelming new material. As the alternative-rock trailblazers set off on a world tour, with Kim…
Marc Hogan / September 9, 2013

Ellie Goulding Serenades Rachel McAdams for ‘How Long Will I Love You’ Video

Ellie Goulding has released a new music video starring actress Rachel McAdams in support of "How Long Will I Love You," one of 10 bonus…
Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

Metallica Shred as the City Burns in Two ‘Through the Never’ Movie Snippets

Metallica's tireless promotional campaign for Through the Never continues with two official clips from the 3D film. Per the plot description: While delivering some cargo…
Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

Declan O’Rourke Shares Lush Bjork-Inspired Strummer ‘Slieve Bloom’

Declan O'Rourke is long overdue for a stateside breakthrough. The Dublin-based singer-songwriter has three Irish top 10 albums under his belt and a way with…
Chris Martins / September 9, 2013

Bonde Do Role Take Matt & Kim to the Favela on ‘It’s Alright’ Remix

Matt & Kim's "It's Alright" is a perfectly representative slice of the Brooklyn dance-punk duo in 2013: His syrup-sweet vocals and her drum-line fireworks, topped…
Chris Martins / September 9, 2013

Stream HSY’s Menacing, Sludgy Self-Titled EP

HSY have been honing their sinister sludge punk for the past two years, and now the Toronto foursome are ready to unleash their debut self-titled…
Kyle McGovern / September 9, 2013

Did Arcade Fire’s New Single ‘Reflektor’ Leak?

Was all that secrecy for nothing? Days before its scheduled world premiere, Arcade Fire's hotly anticipated new single, "Reflektor," appears to have leaked. The Montreal-based…
Nicole Sia / September 7, 2013

Charli XCX Converts Crystal Fighters’ ‘Wave’ Into Neon Syrup

The last time we heard Charli XCX and production pal TWIN iDoL team up for a remix, they turned Lindstrøm's upbeat "Fāār-i-kāāl" into a snapping, swaggering…
Chris Martins / September 6, 2013

Royal Headache Stream Hook-Slinging ‘Stand and Stare’ Single

Back in June, Royal Headache followed their self-titled debut album with a 7-inch single as part of Matador Records' "Singles Going Home Alone" subscription series.
Kyle McGovern / September 6, 2013
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