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Fyfe Turns Insomnia Into Electronic Soul Sweetness in ‘Conversations’ Video

Fyfe is 23-year-old Paul Dixon, an English artist who earned some shine overseas under the name David's Lyre before his remix prowess pushed him to…
Chris Martins / June 14, 2013

AlunaGeorge, Like, Totally Channel the ’90s in New ‘You Know You Like It’ Video

AlunaGeorge continue to artfully tap '90s R&B nostalgia in the new clip for the impossibly sticky "You Know You Like It," abstracting MTV's glory days into a…
Colin Stutz / June 13, 2013

Watch These New Puritans’ Glacial ‘Fragment Two’ Video

These New Puritans' third album, Field of Reeds, spans a lush, bleak landscape, blending avant-pop and classical orchestration. The British art-rock trio now have a…
Kyle McGovern / June 13, 2013

See Marnie Stern Play ‘Noonan’ to a Pack of Hipster Puppies

Marnie Stern really loves her dog. We know that because she told SPIN all about cute little Fig and her harrowing near-death adventures. Thankfully, she's…
Colin Stutz / June 13, 2013

A-Trak Bounces Balls by Himself in ‘Jumbo’ Video

A band is like a basketball team: Each member has a different roll, position, and contribution to make, but each is equally essential to the…
Colin Stutz / June 13, 2013

About Group Plead for Understanding on Discordant ‘Words’

Alexis Taylor doesn't just call Hot Chip home. The singer/guitarist moonlights as Fainting by Numbers and now, once again, with About Group. That offshoot will…
Kyle McGovern / June 13, 2013

David Letterman Is Really Into Those Drums You Got There

David Letterman like drums. Like, really likes drums. In the supercut above, we see over two minutes of the Late Show host complimenting his musical guests' kits,…
Chris Martins / June 13, 2013

Stream Vacation’s Sweetly Gunky ‘Candy Waves’ Album

A couple months back, Vacation fired off "Pyro Hippies," the feedback-gnashed opening salvo from upcoming sophomore album Candy Waves. Now, in advance of the LP's June…
Kyle McGovern / June 13, 2013

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Tenderly Cover Otis Redding’s ‘Dock of the Bay’

Kraut-soul trio Unknown Mortal Orchestra have got a dangerously potent combination of guts and chops. That's the only explanation why they recently took on Otis…
Chris Martins / June 13, 2013

No Trivia’s Rap Songs of the Week: Angry Russian Trap Rap; Iamsu! Shouts Out Stevie

2Eleven, feat. Freddie Gibbs "Listen"Atlanta producer Tony Gardner is usually mentioned along with Compton Brick Squadder Ice Burgandy. The majority of Ice's Rhythm & Burgandy…
Brandon Soderberg / June 13, 2013

See Water Liars Soundtrack a Sad Striptease in ‘Wyoming’

Back in February, Water Liars shared "Linens," a country tune well-versed in mid-life loneliness. Now, singer-guitarist Justin Kinkel-Schuster and drummer-vocalist Andrew Bryant have shared a quietly…
Kyle McGovern / June 13, 2013

Kanye West Plays Daft Punk-Featuring ‘On Site,’ Does ‘New Slaves’ A Cappella

In Kanye West's surprisingly self-effacing (LOL) new interview with the New York Times' Jon Caramanica, he admits that he pretty much looks miserable whenever he's…
Chris Martins / June 13, 2013

Low Offer ‘Twilight Zone’ Twist in ‘Plastic Cup’ Video

Low marry grit and glamour in the video for "Plastic Cup," the dusky opening track from recent LP The Invisible Way. The Minnesota slowcore vets…
Kyle McGovern / June 13, 2013

Black Flag’s ‘Revolutionary’ Iconography Dissected in Raymond Pettibon Documentary

If there was ever a band that perfectly combined music and visuals, it was Black Flag. More than three decades later, the hardcore pioneers' logo…
Colin Stutz / June 13, 2013

Evil Lives in Demon Queen’s ‘Demon Practice’ Video

Evil is passed from person to person like a satanic game of tag in Demon Queen's new video for "Demon Practice". It's NSFW but it's…
Colin Stutz / June 13, 2013
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