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See Baroness’ John Baizley Alive and Well Onstage for the First Time Since Bus Crash

It wasn't the triumphant return of Baroness we've all been waiting for, but it'll more than do: This past weekend at Philadelphia's Decibel 100 fest,…
Daniel Kreps / January 22, 2013

Hear They Might Be Giants’ Shifty ‘Lost My Mind’

Tireless art-poppers They Might be Giants have stuck around as long as SPIN has — we said they were "so far off the beaten path…
Christopher R. Weingarten / January 22, 2013

Hear R.E.M.’s Shinier, Happier ‘Losing My Religion’ Converted to a Major Key

Before video-sharing services like YouTube became popular, a film editing trade group held a contest. Competitors had to pick an old movie and cut a…
Marc Hogan / January 22, 2013

Stream Lost Animal’s Full, Pop Macabre ‘Ex Tropical’

When Jarrod Quarrell was 16, he found himself trading blows with a skinhead outside of a bar in his native Australia. The damage done to…
David Bevan / January 22, 2013

Watch Jennifer Hudson, fun., Alicia Keys Serenade Barack and Michelle at the Inaugural Ball

Beyoncé stunned the nation yesterday (January 21) with her towering rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" for President Barack Obama's second inauguration ceremony, but Bey's old White…
Kyle McGovern / January 22, 2013

Rick Ross’ ‘Pirates’ Video: Bricks, Boats, and Booty

Maybach Music Group's music video budget must rival most Hollywood studios at this point. In MMG ringleader Rick Ross's latest short film — this time…
Daniel Kreps / January 22, 2013

Stream Tomahawk’s Stripped-Down LP ‘Oddfellows,’ Read Our Q&A With All Four Odd Fellows

Alt-metal super-duper-group Tomahawk have reformed for their first heatstroke hallucination in six years, the rocking, rollicking desert tantrum Oddfellows. Back from almost a decade without…
Christopher R. Weingarten / January 22, 2013

Hear Mount Moriah’s Luminous Southern-Rock Shuffler ‘Bright Light’

Though it's been relatively unnoticed amid the flood of micro-genres washing over Tumblr dashboards these past few years, there has been a resurgence of strong,…
Marc Hogan / January 22, 2013

Watch Heems Drone Alone in ‘Soup Boys’ Video

Welcome to the post-Das Racist world. Heems released his second solo mixtape Wild Water Kingdom prior to the hip-hop group's surprise December breakup, but now…
Daniel Kreps / January 22, 2013

Hear Painted Palms’ Ariel Pink-Indebted, Kevin Barnes-Approved ‘Carousel’

Painted Palms had an early benefactor in Of Montreal's Kevin Barnes, who heard Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme's debut Canopy EP and invited the duo…
David Marchese / January 22, 2013

Hear Big Search’s Lilting, Lovely ‘Distant Shore’

With both Foreign Born and Big Search, Matt Popieluch has been making languorous folk-pop for the better part of a decade. The latter project is…
David Marchese / January 22, 2013

Paramore’s New Single ‘Now’ Updates Signature Sound With Notes of No Doubt and Muse

Paramore unveiled "Now," the first single from their self-titled, long in the works fourth album late Monday night (January 21). Streaming via Paramore's website, "Now"
Kyle McGovern / January 22, 2013

Flying Lotus Test-Drives Moog Sub Phatty With ‘Such a Square’

Those geniuses at Moog Music have crafted a new synthesizer called the Sub Phatty, and they gave one to Los Angeles producer/ Captain Murphy alter…
Daniel Kreps / January 21, 2013

Nigel Godrich’s Ultraista Put on Light Show for ‘Wash It Over’ Video

While Radiohead producer extraordinaire Nigel Godrich prepares for the eminent arrival of Amok from his and Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace, he hasn't completely abandoned…
Daniel Kreps / January 21, 2013

Hear Disclosure and AlunaGeorge’s Slinky New Single ‘White Noise’

London's Disclosure got their start as precocious U.K. garage revivalists — the young brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence were still in grade school when the…
Philip Sherburne / January 21, 2013

Dawn Richard Kicks Armored Butt in Ballet-Like ’86’ Video

Dawn Richard's "'86" evokes Kate Bush as much as it does current R&B chart-topper Rihanna, and like the British art-pop giant, she's unafraid to borrow…
Marc Hogan / January 21, 2013

Dave Grohl and Swedish Metal Band Ghost’s ABBA Cover Sounds Like This…

Over the weekend, not long after Dave Grohl debuted his Sound City Players at Sundance Film Festival, an enterpising YouTube user posted audio of yet…
Marc Hogan / January 21, 2013

Guns N’ Roses Turn Las Vegas Into ‘Paradise City’ in 3D Movie Preview

Last fall, Guns N' Roses played a 12-show Las Vegas residency at the Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The band revealed on Twitter…
Marc Hogan / January 21, 2013

Hear Oliver’s Body-Moving Fool’s Gold EP ‘Mechanical’

To judge by the robotic hook, the title of the first track on Oliver's new EP stands for "move your body." Consider that a mission statement…
Marc Hogan / January 21, 2013

Crystal Castles Host Creepy Makeout Party in ‘Sad Eyes’ Video

Crystal Castles have an uneasy relationship with coherence. On latest album III, that's to the shrill electronic duo's detriment, as their former euphoric gloom at times…
Marc Hogan / January 21, 2013
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