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Hear Allez-Allez’ DJ Mixes from Animal Collective, Hot Chip, Lindstrom & More

We're up to our ears in podcasts. The internet has grown positively lousy with 'em. Like the Hold Steady (sort of) said, everyone's a curator…
Philip Sherburne / September 19, 2012

Based (Rock) God? Lil B Goes Surf Pop for ‘California Boy’

It's long been evident that Lil B is bigger than hip-hop, so it should come as no surprise that the Based God has blessed rock'n'roll…
Chris Martins / September 18, 2012

Hear Lana Del Rey’s Dramatic Full ‘Blue Velvet’ Cover

Now that we're all caught up on our David Lynch references, Lana Del Rey's "Blue Velvet" cover and commercial for fast-fashion retailer H&M have leaked…
Nicole Sia / September 18, 2012

Hear Bat For Lashes’ Gotye-Channeling ‘All Your Gold’

After making us wait three years to hear her third album, Bat for Lashes now has three new songs from next month's The Haunted Man…
Chris Martins / September 18, 2012

First Spin: 7evenThirty’s ‘Heaven’s Computer’

How should I describe rapper/producer 7evenThirty's Heaven's Computer? A Big K.R.I.T. album if the only influence were 8ball & MJG's Space Age Pimpin'? Devin the Dude…
Brandon Soderberg / September 18, 2012

David Foster Wallace Once Wrote a Very Strange Rap Book

Since the tragic death of David Foster Wallace on September 15, 2008, we've seen a small but significant number of works by the author unearthed…
Brandon Soderberg / September 18, 2012

Corin Tucker Honors Poly Styrene in Rambunctious ‘Neskowin’ Clip

If girls just wanna have fun, that still doesn't mean all girls just wanna have fun the same way. Corin Tucker Band's new video for…
Marc Hogan / September 18, 2012

Jon Hamm Helps Aimee Mann Hilariously Remake a ‘Til Tuesday Video

Aimee Mann sure has caught the sketch comedy bug! Since she appeared alongside Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein in that episode of Portlandia last year,…
Nicole Sia / September 18, 2012

Stream the Best Post-Rock Album of 2012: Caspian’s ‘Waking Season’

The third album from Massachusetts post-rock cosmonauts Caspian is a gorgeous 57-minute float through ghost choirs, Earth-ly desert ambles, guitars beamed from the Envy school…
Christopher R. Weingarten / September 18, 2012

Hear Titus Andronicus’ First ‘Local Business’ Bulldozer ‘In a Big City’

Before Lana Del Rey titled her breakthrough album Born to Die, before Sleigh Bells titled the first heavy-bubblegum track released from their latest album "Born…
Marc Hogan / September 18, 2012

Watch Pearl Jam-Joseph Arthur Offshoot RNDM’s Silent Film-Like ‘Modern Times’ Clip

During a recent lunchtime meeting with the men of RNDM — that newly formed supergroup comprised of Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament, singer-songwriter Joseph Arthur,…
David Bevan / September 18, 2012

Stream Jason Collett’s Folksy, Occupy-Inspired ‘Reckon’

Don't let Jason Collett's soft touch fool you — the Toronto-based Broken Social Scene player is a powerful songwriter with a voice that cuts through…
Chris Martins / September 18, 2012

Watch Baron Von Luxxury’s Sci-Fi ‘Glass Candy’ Video

Two days in California's arid and aptly named Death Valley is two days too long, but Baron Von Luxxury isn't the type to take half…
Chris Martins / September 18, 2012

Stream Unnatural Helpers’ Deliciously Heavy ‘Land Grab’

Two weeks ago, we posted "Toil," a sample of Unnatural Helpers' forthcoming Land Grab LP that could have only been made in the city of…
David Bevan / September 18, 2012

Missy Elliott Shares First Songs in Four Years, Talks New Album

Missy Elliott has unveiled her first new songs in four years, and by her own account she isn't finished yet. After a false alarm over…
Marc Hogan / September 18, 2012

20 Years of Axis Records: Jeff Mills Looks Back

Electro innovator guides us through highlights from his 320-page book documenting his label's two-decade run.
Ken Bachor / September 17, 2012

Axis of the Primeval: Jeff Mills Talks Space, Time, Techno

They call Jeff Mills "The Wizard" for a reason.
Philip Sherburne / September 17, 2012

Beck Covers Brazilian Legend Caetano Veloso’s ‘Michaelangelo Antonioni’

Los Angeles' most favored musical chameleon Beck has a new album on the way — well, a new pamphlet — but in the meantime he's…
Chris Martins / September 17, 2012

Watch The Soundmen’s Urban Beach Adventure, ‘Funny Feeling’

The largest urban oceanfront in the U.S. is the backdrop for the summer-saturated video for the Soundmen's "Funny Feeling." Queens' Rockaway Beach seems the perfect…
Chris Martins / September 17, 2012

Hear the Latest Sludge-Pop Rager From Melvins Tourmates Tweak Bird

Cheery sludge-pop duo Tweak Bird is the second hardest working band in show business. The first is obviously the Melvins who have been dutifully blogging…
Christopher R. Weingarten / September 17, 2012
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