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Watch Zombie Nation’s Queasy ‘Attic Sundays’ Video

Zombie Nation returns to Tiga's Turbo label with Meathead, a five-track EP that, despite its title, bears little in common with 'roid-raging weightlifters. That's not…
Philip Sherburne / October 24, 2012

Sensation Innerspace Launches All-White, Tech-House Party at Barclays Center

Additional tickets have been released for the Sensation Innerspace events coming to Brooklyn's Barclays Center this Friday and Saturday, October 26 and 27, giving dance-music…
Philip Sherburne / October 24, 2012

Taylor Swift Flips Adele’s Script, Finds Love in Paris-Set ‘Begin Again’ Video

Well, she'll always have Paris. The latest video from Taylor Swift's new album, the very pop and almost certainly very popular Red, whisks the nominally country…
Marc Hogan / October 24, 2012

Angel Haze Recounts Sexual Assault on Eminem-Sampling ‘Cleaning Out My Closet’

Hip-hop's role has often provided a voice for the voiceless, but it hasn't been a consistently revolutionary medium for women, to say the least. Seemingly…
Chris Martins / October 23, 2012

Depeche Mode Confirm World Tour With Fresh Gloom-Pop Tune

Just as singer Dave Gahan told SPIN in May, electro icons Depeche Mode will head out on the road in 2013 in support of a…
Kyle McGovern / October 23, 2012

How Did PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’ Become the No. 1 Rap Song in the Country?

Despite receiving little to no airplay on rap and R&B radio, PSY's witty K-Pop behemoth "Gangnam Style," currently sits at No. 1 on Billboard's Rap…
Brandon Soderberg / October 23, 2012

Wild Nothing Send Pixie Dream Girl Michelle Williams to ‘Paradise’ in New Video

Back in 2008, SPIN rhetorically asked if Michelle Williams (Dawson's Creek, Brokeback Mountain) was "the coolest indie actress around." Four years later, we have a definitive…
Chris Martins / October 23, 2012

Rolling Stones Choose the Devil in ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ Documentary Trailer

On November 15, HBO is set to premiere the new Rolling Stones documentary Crossfire Hurricane. Directed by Brett Morgen, who previously oversaw The Kid Stays in the…
Marc Hogan / October 23, 2012

Hear Dirty Projectors’ Touching Tribute to TV on the Radio’s Gerard Smith

A month ago we hipped you to the pending existence of Dirty Projectors' About to Die EP, due November 6, which takes its name from a…
Chris Martins / October 23, 2012

Top 100 DJs Poll: Who Won, Who Lost, and What the Hell Is Hardstyle?

On Friday, DJ Mag announced the results of its annual Top 100 DJs poll, an institution in overground dance music. The results suggest some surprising…
Philip Sherburne / October 23, 2012

Giorgio Moroder Unleashes Disco Deluge on SoundCloud

Giorgio Moroder is nothing if not generous. We know that much from his 1975 hit with Donna Summer, "Love to Love You Baby," a tantric…
Philip Sherburne / October 23, 2012

Wu-Tang Clan Bring Out the Roots for ‘Boxing’ Reunion on ‘Fallon’

Wu-Tang Clan mastermind RZA's martial arts film The Man With the Iron Fists doesn't hit theaters until November 2, but the soundtrack comes out today in…
Marc Hogan / October 23, 2012

Preview Lana Del Rey’s New Songs From ‘Paradise’ Re-Release

Listen before you leap: The eight new tracks recorded for Lana Del Rey's Born to Die: Paradise November re-release have hit the web in a…
Nicole Sia / October 22, 2012

Aesop Rock Plays Vintage Arcade Games in ‘Homemade Mummy’ Video

Aesop Rock's recent Skelethon LP may cast the San Francisco cult MC as "the hip rap-dad you never had," but the new video for macabre…
Chris Martins / October 22, 2012

See Action Bronson Flip Wig, Fight Crime in ‘The Symbol’

Huge understatement time: Quentin Tarantino's aesthetic looms large in the hip-hop community. Following today's Kill Bill-style clip from the RZA and Black Keys, "The Baddest…
Chris Martins / October 22, 2012

Watch Lil Wayne Lead Baseball Fans in ‘Take Me Out to the Ball Game’ Sing-Along

Lil Wayne led the crowd at Sunday night's (October 21) San Francisco Giants baseball game in a sing-along rendition of "Take Me Out to the…
Kyle McGovern / October 22, 2012

See RZA Fight the Black Keys for ‘The Baddest Man Alive’ Title

The jury's out on whether he's "The Baddest Man Alive," but Wu-Tang Clan boss the RZA can do no wrong these days. With his feature…
Chris Martins / October 22, 2012

A Place to Bury Strangers Massacre Toys in Fiery ‘And I’m Up’ Video

A Place to Bury Strangers might be better known for making speakers melt, but in the latest video from this year's solid Worship, the foreboding Brooklyn…
Marc Hogan / October 22, 2012

See Chromatics’ ‘Looking for Love’ Score Chanel Fashion Show

Despite the band being from Portland, Oregon, Chromatics' music plays like a high fashion European dream — Teutonic-toned iciness combined with Italian Disco heat —…
Chris Martins / October 22, 2012

Watch Guns N’ Roses, Jack White, and More Play Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit

Neil Young showcased his famous friends once again at the 26th annual Bridge School Benefit this weekend, with Guns N' Roses, Jack White, Eddie Vedder,…
Kyle McGovern / October 22, 2012
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