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Drake Nods to ‘Scarface’ in Violent ‘Hold On, We’re Going Home’ Video

Drake knows better than just about anyone the crucial balance between hard and soft, in pop as in rap. Toronto's very own told Ryan Seacrest…
Marc Hogan / September 24, 2013

Kurt Vile Revisits ‘Wakin On a Pretty Daze’ With EP and Awesome Mixtape

SPIN cover star Kurt Vile will soon revisit his Essential Wakin On a Pretty Daze album with an expanded deluxe edition featuring a brand new EP.
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Yuck Drift Gorgeously Across Elliott Smith-y ‘Memorial Fields’

London fuzz-mongers Yuck release their second album Glow & Behold on October 1, but shoegaze lovers everywhere can stream the entire thing right now. The…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

A$AP Rocky Titularly Trolls R. Kelly With ‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Song

Last week, the generous music-loving folks behind Grand Theft Auto V delivered a free 26-track mixtape chock-full of your favorite rappers rhyming like they were…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

2 Chainz Rides Funky ‘Black Unicorn’ to ‘Arsenio’ With Full Band

The inimitable 2 Chainz hit The Arsenio Hall Show with a full band in order to demonstrate the strange wonder of his B.O.A.T.S. II standout…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

20 Albums You Can Hear Now: Justin Timberlake, Deltron 3030, Oneohtrix Point Never, and More

This week's round-up of streamable albums includes the second half of Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience, Deltron 3030's first LP in 13 years, Melt-Banana's Album…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Separation of Powers: OutKast’s ‘Speakerboxxx/The Love Below,’ 10 Years Later

Ten years ago this week, OutKast's Speakerboxxx/The Love Below arrived. The double album isn't the best OutKast record (that's ATLiens) or even their most influential…
Brandon Soderberg / September 24, 2013

Hear Laurel Halo’s Liquid Dance Expedition ‘Ainnome’

Laurel Halo is a master of subtle transformations. In the 16 months since the release of her debut LP for Hyperdub, Quarantine, the Michigan-bred and…
Elissa Stolman / September 24, 2013

Sky Ferreira’s Love Triangle Anthem ‘You’re Not the One’ Transcends Pouty Video

The idea of "the One" can be as treacherous in pop music as in romance. Spend all your time mooning over someone you can never…
Marc Hogan / September 24, 2013

Hear Wet’s Nocturnal R&B Meditation ‘No Lie’

What started as a long-distance collaboration between three friends based out of Providence, New York, and Los Angeles, has now congealed into Wet, a Brooklyn-based…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Stream the Young Leaves’ Jagged Sludge-Punk Offering ‘Alive and Well’

"Elvis Costello fronting Dinosaur Jr." That's how a friend of the Young Leaves describes the Massachusetts trio's particular brand of distortion-drenched poesy. Indeed, frontman Christopher Chaisson's deep…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Stream Those Darlins’ Tough and Seductive ‘Blur the Line’

Those Darlins shed their clothes for the cover art to their upcoming third album (and have shared two NSFW music videos, one for "Oh God" and another…
Kyle McGovern / September 24, 2013

Willie Nelson and the Secret Sisters Approach Transcendence on ‘It Won’t Be Long’

Country legend Willie Nelson recently blessed the Outside Lands audience with a set chock-full of classics that paid homage to the spirit of family —…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

Touche Amore Shred for Love in Post-Hardcore ‘Harbor’ Video

Los Angeles post-hardcore quintet Touché Amoré tap into a ferociously effective sound: mournful atmosphere, plodding rhythms, angsty screams, and very direct lyrics. Frontman Jeremy Bolm proudly…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013

Gucci Mane Apologizes for Twitter Rant, Seeks Rehab

It's been a year of ups and downs for Gucci Mane. The Atlanta MC born Radric Davis dropped his Trap House 3 album, had a…
Chris Martins / September 24, 2013
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