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See Ke$ha’s Dance Squad Out-Troll the Westboro Baptists

Members of the repugnant Westboro Baptist Church were greeted with a pleasant surprise while picketing Ke$ha's Lincoln, Nebraska, show on Sunday night (August 18). Before…
Chris Martins / August 20, 2013

Diarrhea Planet Eat Brains in ‘Spring Breakers’-Inspired ‘Separations’ Video

Diarrhea Planet's explosive sophomore album — the cheekily titled I'm Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams — officially drops today (August 20), and the Nashvillian six-piece are celebrating…
Kyle McGovern / August 20, 2013

R. Kelly and Future ‘Tear It Up’ While Stitching Hopes for ‘Black Panties’

R. Kelly's last two albums, 2010's great Love Letter and last year's almost-as-good Write Me Back, initially scanned as vintage tribute. But as Robin Thicke's Marvin Gaye-inspired "Blurred…
Marc Hogan / August 20, 2013

Tears for Fears Cover Arcade Fire’s ‘Ready to Start’ With Orchestral IDM

Tears for Fears announced their cover of Arcade Fire's The Suburbs surge "Ready to Start" by invoking their own experiences with interpolation. The U.K. synth-pop vets wrote,…
Marc Hogan / August 20, 2013

Colette Weds Hard House to Italo-Disco on ‘When the Music’s Loud’ LP

"This is our time, the feeling is right," sings Colette on the opening track from her forthcoming album, When the Music's Loud. Chicago's First Lady of…
Chris Martins / August 20, 2013

Alleged Guns N’ Roses Leak Is ‘Going Down’ Less Than Smoothly

The good ship Guns N' Roses may have sprung leak. An unreleased GNR song purportedly called "Going Down" and featuring bassist Tommy Stinson on lead…
Marc Hogan / August 20, 2013

Bad Rabbits New Jack Swing With Teddy Riley on ‘Dance With You’

Boston quintet Bad Rabbits team up with New Jack Swing titan Teddy Riley on their brand new single "Dance With You." The man behind Blackstreet…
Chris Martins / August 20, 2013

Nirvana’s ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ Video Director’s Cut Finally Surfaces Online

Kurt Cobain lying in a misty field of poppies straight out of The Wizard of Oz. That, along with a little more screen time for…
Marc Hogan / August 20, 2013

See Thao & the Get Down Stay Down Strum ‘Kindness Be Conceived’ in the California Light

Thao & the Get Down Stay Down's latest album, We the Common, reveals the San Francisco artist to be as adept an arranger as she…
Chris Martins / August 20, 2013

Hear Saves the Day’s ‘Classic’-Sounding ‘The Tide of Our Times’

It's been 15 years since Saves the Day's debut album Can't Slow Down was first released by Equal Vision Records, and now the New Jersey…
Kyle McGovern / August 20, 2013

Puscifer Streams ‘All Re-Mixed Up’ LP, Maynard Spills Beans on Upcoming ‘What Is…’ DVD

Every time Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan works on a new record with Puscifer, his avant-garde side hustle, he does it knowing that someone will…
Kory Grow / August 20, 2013

Stream Robbie Fulks’ Small-Town Folk Epic ‘Gone Away Backward’

Robbie Fulks' latest album serves as a homecoming. Out August 27, Gone Away Backward marks the alt-country vet's return not only to his folk and bluegrass roots,…
Kyle McGovern / August 20, 2013

Stream Bad Sports’ ‘Bras’ Album, a Filthy Love Letter to ’70s New York Punk

Bad Sports consciously channel the grimy spirit of late 1970s New York City on their upcoming third album, Bras. The Texan garage-punk trio — composed…
Kyle McGovern / August 20, 2013

Watch Wavves Shotgun Energy Drinks and Sing Papa Roach

In spring of last year, punk-pop hooligans Wavves joined Los Angeles comic/director Andre Hyland for a taping of The Jesse Miller Show. Though the Comedy Central…
Chris Martins / August 19, 2013

Polica Make Bubbly Synth-Wild Pop on ‘Chain My Name’

We've heard Poliça team-up with Bon Iver's Justin Vernon for "Tiff." We've heard the Minneapolis crew remixed by the Weeknd producer Don McKinney. We've even heard…
Chris Martins / August 19, 2013
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