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Rick Ross Portrays Troubled South Africa Trip as Kingly Endeavor

Earlier this month, Rick Ross traveled to South Africa to perform a string of shows in a number of cities that included Johannesburg and the…
Jordan Sargent / August 26, 2013

Justin Timberlake’s New Open Letter: ‘We’re Not Done, Not Even Close’

Justin Timberlake has shared a brand new promo for his upcoming The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2 album, pairing it with an open letter addressed to…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013

Dr. Dog Combat a ‘Broken Heart’ With Retro-Soul

When singers insist they've never been heartbroken, listen to their voices and not the words. The latest offering from Dr. Dog's upcoming B-Room (via Stereogum) is an…
Marc Hogan / August 26, 2013

Nicolas Jaar’s Darkside Share 11 Minutes of Instrumental Excellence

Nicolas Jaar's Darkside project got a jumpstart by sharing an excellent album-length remix of Daft Punk's already Essential Random Access Memories in June. Now the New…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013

Watch !!! Shout Out ‘Californiyeah’ From an Elevator in Japan

Sacramento-born !!! went around the world to honor their original home. Rolling Stone has posted the video for "Californiyeah," a twitchy Golden State ode from the…
Marc Hogan / August 26, 2013

Watch Missy Elliott Stage a G-Dragon ‘Coup d’Etat’ at K-Pop Conference

As predicted, Missy Elliott joined her fast-rapping South Korean cray(on) male counterpart G-Dragon on stage at Los Angeles' blowout K-Pop convention over the weekend. Though…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013

Stream Hookworms’ Sinister Psych-Punk Debut Album ‘Pearl Mystic’

The members of England's Hookworms only go by initials — MJ (vocals, keys), JW (guitar), SS (guitar), MB (bass), and JN (drums) — but their…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013

Nine Inch Nails Share Eerie ‘The Eater of Dreams’ in Lavish Artwork Preview

Don't judge a book by its cover, and don't judge a YouTube video about an album cover by its, um, video title. Nine Inch Nails…
Marc Hogan / August 26, 2013

Watch the Replacements Color Us Impressed in First Show in 22 Years

The Replacements played their first show in 22 years Sunday night (August 25), performing a 23-song set for Riot Fest Toronto. 'Mats leader Paul Westerberg…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013

Tyler, the Creator Goes From Drug Dealer to Murderer on Dark, Rattling ‘Garbage’

As Odd Future evolves, Tyler, the Creator has steadfastly fought against maturity, for better or worse. On Earl Sweatshirt's excellent new Doris, there's Tyler, encouraging…
Marc Hogan / August 26, 2013

Lurve Stream Hook-Heavy Punk Ripper ‘Hey Babe’ LP

Brooklyn fuzz junkies Lurve look like punks and shred like punks, but they bless all of that noise with crunchy grooves and powerful melodies —…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013

This Frontier Needs Heroes Share ‘Hooky’ Album of Lushly Psyched Americana

Brad and Jessica Lauretti are This Frontier Needs Heroes, a New York-based brother-sister duo who spangle heartfelt Americana with psychedelic brightness and lyrical levity. Their…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013

Surf City Fuzz Up the Beach on ‘We Knew It Was Not Going to Be Like This’ Album

Let it be known: New Zealand's Surf City shall not be accused of false advertising. The Aukland trio specialize in grindy guitar fuzz and ooh-enriched…
Chris Martins / August 26, 2013

Stream King Khan & the Shrines’ Crazed Comeback Album ‘Idle No More’

"I felt like I completely lost everything — the ability to play music, all this kind of stuff," Arish Ahmad Khan says, thinking back to…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013

Watch Daft Punk’s Very Daft Punk-y Teaser for ‘Lose Yourself to Dance’

Daft Punk beamed onto the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards tonight (August 25), offering a glittery glimpse of their upcoming "Lose Yourself to Dance" music…
Kyle McGovern / August 26, 2013
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