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Disclosure and Eliza Doolittle Recreate ‘You & Me’ Live for BBC

As far as house-inspired dance duos from the European continent are concerned, British brothers Disclosure are on their way to becoming the top of the…
Chris Martins / June 6, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Black Sabbath, Sebadoh, Gold Panda, and Jimmy Eat World

It's Thursday — you know the drill: We've collected 10 fresh new albums, all waiting to be streamed below. Enjoy. 1) Black Sabbath, 13. "[13] is the…
Kyle McGovern / June 6, 2013

Kool A.D. Gets So High He Thinks He’s Urkel in ‘Jaleel White’ Video

Das Racist dude Kool A.D. likes to get high and as a California resident, he's got no reason to hide the fact. In the trippy…
Chris Martins / June 5, 2013

See Andy Samberg Literally ‘Spell It Out’ in Lonely Island’s Letters-Only Rap Song

The Lonely Island have a deep bag of tricks, but this might be their most dazzling. On "Spell it Out" — the latest self-leak from…
Jordan Sargent / June 5, 2013

See Mykki Blanco Sprout a Second Face in ‘The Initiation’

As if Mykki Blanco's "The Initiation" wasn't creepy enough on its own, the bleakly seething track now has a terrifying new video in which the…
Chris Martins / June 5, 2013

Thom Yorke Bounces Around in a Tank Top for New Atoms for Peace Rehearsal Video

Atoms for Peace are currently deep in rehearsals for their upcoming international tour, and we've seen the evidence. For the last week or so, the…
Kyle McGovern / June 5, 2013

Waxahatchee’s Eponymous Creek Makes for the Best ‘Coast to Coast’ Video

The sun is beaming down on Waxahatchee. Katie Crutchfield's emotions-baring fuzz-rock project is about to head off on a string of U.K. tour dates with…
Marc Hogan / June 5, 2013

Listen to Superchunk’s Breezy New Single ‘FOH’

Superchunk's tenth album I Hate Music will be released on August 20 and today they've released its first single "FOH." Based on the album's dismissive title, you…
Jordan Sargent / June 5, 2013

See Steve Gunn Masterfully Unravel His Beautiful Blues in ‘Lurker’ Video

Like his buddy and bandmate Kurt Vile, Brooklyn singer-guitarist Steve Gunn seems beamed from a different time. He plays a worldly form of ancient blues.
Chris Martins / June 5, 2013

Stream Dog Party’s Pop-Punk Detonator ‘Jet Pack’

The two sisters that make up Dog Party may be young — Gwen and Lucy Giles are 17 and 14 years old, respectively — but…
Kyle McGovern / June 5, 2013

Watch Warm Soda Lead a Suburban Rebellion in ‘Jeanie Loves Pop’ Video

Warm Soda's recently released debut album relishes in sweetly scuzzy hooks and power-pop charm. The Bay Area rebels' new video for "Jeanie Loves Pop," a gutter-glam highlight from…
Kyle McGovern / June 5, 2013

Kanye West’s Studio-Quality ‘New Slaves’ Snippet Is Surprisingly Glitchy

Might God be a computer? Kanye West's recently unveiled Yeezus album cover non-art harks back to the years just before The College Dropout broke, when…
Marc Hogan / June 5, 2013

Hear Lightning Dust Out-Disco Johnny Jewel on ‘Loaded Gun’

Black Mountain members Amber Webber and Joshua Wells are three albums into their Lightning Dust synth side project, and it runs smoother than ever. On…
Kyle McGovern / June 5, 2013

Lou Barlow Explains Sebadoh’s Heart-wrenching ‘Secret’ EP, Streaming Now

Though Lou Barlow's prolificacy will likely always be eclipsed by the Robert Pollards and Ty Segalls of the world, to say nothing of his legendary…
Colin Joyce / June 5, 2013

Watch Father John Misty’s Post-Apocalyptic ‘Funtimes in Babylon’ Video

Father John Misty's 2012 gem Fear Fun is full of wry, sharply observed tales of epiphany and dissolution. The new video for the recent SPIN profilee's "Funtimes…
David Marchese / June 5, 2013
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