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Hear Var’s ‘The World Fell,’ Industrial Techno From Iceage’s Singer

As evidenced by their thrilling new album You're Nothing, the Danish dudes in Iceage are hardcore punk classicists, which makes them the last band you'd expect…
Chris Martins / April 10, 2013

Watch Iceage’s Solemn In-Studio Performance of ‘Morals’

Iceage are a band that prefers dark corners and dank clubs, but they step into the spotlight for a live performance of "Morals," from their…
Jordan Sargent / April 10, 2013

Miguel and Kendrick Lamar Clink Bottles on ‘How Many Drinks’ Remix

On Miguel's excellent Kaleidoscope Dream, the alt-R&B maestro asks "How Many Drinks?" On Kendrick Lamar's fantastic good kid, m.A.A.D. city, the Compton MC answers: enough…
Chris Martins / April 10, 2013

Listen to Killer Mike’s Growling New Song ‘Villain’

Killer Mike is one of the most likable MCs in rap, but he reminds us that he can play evil on his new track "Villain,"
Jordan Sargent / April 10, 2013

Rap Songs of the Week: Dirty Money Lives On!

Nice to see Kalenna, the other member of Diddy's Dirty Money project showing up on a radio-ready song with Rich Boy (who also hasn't really…
Brandon Soderberg / April 10, 2013

Ryan Hemsworth Shares His Purple-Dipped ‘Diplo & Friends’ Mix

On March 31, Canuck up-and-comer Ryan Hemsworth played guest DJ on BBC Radio 1Xtra's consistently solid Diplo and Friends show. We shared an unofficial rip…
Chris Martins / April 10, 2013

20 Albums You Can Hear Now: the Flaming Lips, Fall Out Boy, Ghostface Killah, the Thermals

Normally, our weekly round-up of ready-to-stream albums tops out at 10, but there's so much stuff flying free on the Internet right now — full-lengths…
Kyle McGovern / April 10, 2013

See Justin Timberlake and the Obamas’ Joyful ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’ Sing-Along

There are days when Otis Redding's posthumous 1968 chart-topper "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" sounds — despite all the lame covers and the…
Marc Hogan / April 10, 2013

See James Blake’s ‘Overgrown,’ a Beautiful Study in Impermanence

James Blake has at last released the follow-up to 2011's self-titled masterpiece. Overgrown is a beautifully complex album, and its titular track is an undeniable…
Chris Martins / April 10, 2013

Stream Emma Louise’s Smoky, Synth-Streaked ‘Mirrors’

Emma Louise hasn’t even issued her debut full-length in the U.S. yet — the Australian singer’s first album, vs. Head vs. Heart, arrives on May…
Kyle McGovern / April 10, 2013

Watch the Postal Service Kick Off Reunion Tour With Jenny Lewis in Reno

The Postal Service delivered the first performance on their long-awaited reunion tour at Reno's Grand Sierra Theatre last night (April 9), and footage from the…
Kyle McGovern / April 10, 2013

Hear Young Fathers’ Ghostly Soul-Rap ‘I Heard’

Young Fathers put themselves on the map with January's TAPE ONE, an unusual amalgam of D.A.I.S.Y. raps, post-dubstep beatwork, and soulful art-rock that's been bubbling…
Chris Martins / April 10, 2013

Hear Brass Bed’s Psychedelic Jangler ‘Please Don’t Go’

Louisiana quartet Brass Bed may have a slightly bleak outlook — "Your dream job, your dream girl, your dream you," reads the band's bio, "[are]…
Chris Martins / April 10, 2013

Stream Double Dagger’s Schizophrenic Swan Song ‘Heretic’s Hymn’

"But if this is my last song / These are the last words I ever write," Double Dagger vocalist Nolen Strals speak-sings on "Heretic's Hymn,"
Kyle McGovern / April 10, 2013

Watch Julian Lynch’s ‘Donnie Darko’-Tinged ‘Gloves’ Video

Julian Lynch told SPIN back in December that much of the music intended for his just-released Lines LP ended up on the cutting-room floor. "I’ve…
Kyle McGovern / April 10, 2013
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