New Music

Hear Lucius Cover Tears For Fears’ ‘Everybody Wants to Rule the World’

Lucius recently wowed us at Governors Ball 2014 with a cover of Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance With Somebody," and now the Brooklyn quintet have revived…
By: Isabel Imperatore / June 30, 2014

Sweden’s Sailor & I Get Intimate in ‘Turn Around’ Video

Sailor & I is the is the nautically-themed solo alias of Stockholm electronic producer Alexander Sjodin, whose 2013 Tough Love EP was varied enough to…
By: Theo Salem-Mackall / June 30, 2014

Basement Jaxx Share Soul-Freeing ‘Never Say Never’

Last month British duo Basement Jaxx announced their first album in five years and invited us to "jump in" with their dance-floor-pleasing "Unicorn," a welcome…
By: Colin Stutz / June 27, 2014

Hear Spazzkid Bask in Summertime Sadness on ‘Goodbye’

Based in Los Angeles under the moniker Spazzkid, Mark Redito introduced his eccentric take on electronic music through a string of demos that first surfaced on Bandcamp back…
By: Erica Moore / June 27, 2014

Hear Musee Mecanique’s Existential Folk Ballad, ‘The Lighthouse and the Hourglass’

"Every grain of sand is sifting through the hourglass," Portland quintet Musée Mécanique warn on "The Lighthouse and the Hourglass," the first single from the group'…
By: Shannen Gaffney / June 27, 2014

SPIN Singles Mix: 15 Mischief-Makers, Roof-Raisers, and Super-Humans

Welcome to SPIN's Singles Mix! Every Friday, SPIN's staff writers pick their favorite, must-hear tracks of the moment for your weekend playlists. From rap and…
By: SPIN Staff / June 27, 2014

Lil Wayne Owns His Brand of ‘Krazy’ on Latest ‘Carter V’ Song

It's no secret that Lil Wayne isn't the most normal of dudes. Just recently, he got high (not a surprise) and talked about releasing not…
By: Dan Reilly / June 27, 2014

Akra’s ‘Los Peros’ EP Makes a Bonfire out of Balearic House

For nearly a decade, Nick Woolfson has been meting out warped electro-pop and mutant disco in the duo Mock and Toof, with records on DFA…
By: Philip Sherburne / June 27, 2014

Hear Grimes’ Drop-Heavy Entry to the Majors, ‘Go’

After premiering the "Go" live at Governor's Ball, Grimes has now shared the studio version of her Blood Diamonds-assisted single. Heard below, the new track…
By: Olivia Forman / June 26, 2014

Filastine Orchestrates Dystopic Funeral March in ‘Requiem 432′ Video

Barcelona musician Filastine makes dystopian bass music for crumbling urban futures. On Aphasia, his latest release for Post World Industries, the producer collapse sounds associated…
By: Alexis Stephens / June 26, 2014
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