New Music - Page 364

Hear Azealia Banks’ Calypso-Tinged Clapper ‘Jumanji’

Jumanji grossed more than $100 million in the U.S. alone. Was anyone else blissfully unaware of this? Released near the peak of Robin Williams' post-Mrs.
Marc Hogan / May 11, 2012

Hot Water Music Break Down ‘Exister’: Full Album Stream

When Hot Water Music's Chuck Ragan spoke to SPIN via telephone two weeks ago, his voice was no less rugged than it is on tape.
David Bevan / May 11, 2012

Thom Yorke Inspires Puppet Dancing in Modeselektor’s ‘This’ Clip

"Watch me dance, I'm a puppet," Thom Yorke commands in "Up on the Ladder," from Radiohead's In Rainbows bonus disc. "You can almost see the…
Marc Hogan / May 11, 2012

10 Proto-‘Pluto’ Records That Paved the Way for Future

In certain rap-Internet circles, Future's Pluto is album of the year (here at SPIN, it's an Essential). To many though, it's a big joke. This…
Brandon Soderberg / May 11, 2012

Control Voltage’s Friday Five: Anthony Naples, I:Cube, More

Sorry, futurists: This week's selection of records is all about looking back, whether it's Rush Hour unearthing an overlooked gem of New York house, from…
Philip Sherburne / May 11, 2012

Hear Rye Rye’s Slithery M.I.A. Team-Up ‘Rock Off Shake Off’

Rye Rye and M.I.A. are together again, this time in a tantalizing taster for the Baltimore rapper's May 15 debut album on nascent beer-bottle designer…
Marc Hogan / May 10, 2012

Father John Misty Made You a Satanic Pizza in ‘This Is Sally Hatchet’ Video

Joshua Tillman likes blood, as evidenced first in the January release of the Aubrey Plaza-enriched clip for "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings," a cut from the…
Devon Maloney / May 10, 2012

Stream Violens’ Full ‘True’ LP, Get the Story Behind Each Song

Flush with demos and dreading the between-album lull, last year Brooklyn synth-pop trio Violens decided to post a song a month online to test out…
Alyssa Noel / May 10, 2012

Hear Foo Fighters’ ‘Million Dollar Demo’ Tracks From 2001

In 2001, as drummer Taylor Hawkins was recovering from a near-fatal overdose of booze and painkillers, Foo Fighters went into the studio to record fourth…
Marc Hogan / May 10, 2012

Check Out Radiohead Secret Weapon Nigel Godrich’s New Band Ultraista

Fashionista. Clintonista. Recessionista? Sigh. Three years after Sting-backed Manhattan nightclub Socialista shut down, the adaptation of the romance languages' "-ista" suffix by English speakers has…
Marc Hogan / May 10, 2012

Listen to Two Acid-House Jams From England’s Duke Dumont

If you were planning on investing a big chunk of your money in Hawaiian Tropic, you might want to think again. If Tiga's predictions hold…
Philip Sherburne / May 10, 2012

Danny Brown Raps Over J Dilla’s Beats on ‘Jay-Dee’s Revenge’

While some deceased music luminaries — well, so far just Tupac — rejoin us in hologram form, others endure in the form of their record…
Marc Hogan / May 10, 2012

Dutch Techno Maverick Legowelt Revisits Rave’s Glory Days with Free Track

Legowelt, a.k.a., Danny Wolfers, is a prolific sort. Slogging away in his studio in the Hague, surrounded by some of the finest (and sometimes buggiest)…
Philip Sherburne / May 9, 2012

Hear the Temper Trap’s ‘Trembling Hands,’ Watch a Short on Its Creation

On June 5, Glassnote/Columbia will release the second (and self-titled) full-length from Australian rock outfit the Temper Trap, a Tony Hoffer-produced effort whose progress we…
David Bevan / May 9, 2012

Watch the Hives’ High-Class, Lo-Fi Video for ‘Go Right Ahead’

For a bunch of Swedish dudes in tuxes, the Hives have done an excellent job keeping things lo-fi with the first video accompaniment to their…
Devon Maloney / May 9, 2012

See Swizz Beatz’ Star-Studded A$AP Rocky Collaboration

App makers must be salivating in hopes that Swizz Beatz inadvertently shares his contacts list by failing to read the terms-of-service fine print. The New…
Marc Hogan / May 9, 2012

ZZ Top Cover Houston Rap in a Walk-In Beer Fridge

Does this count as Trillwave? Via Matt Sonzala's Austin Surreal, via wherever the hell he spotted it: A wacky beer ad featuring ZZ Top inside…
Brandon Soderberg / May 9, 2012

Dubstep Selling Candy, Helping to Stop Human Trafficking

Once upon a time, dubstep was made by nerds — dudes obsessed with dubplates, bass bins, and other hallmarks of soundboy culture. Now, however, the…
Philip Sherburne / May 8, 2012

Watch Mark Lanegan Band Burn Through ‘St. Louis Elegy’

Mark Lanegan possesses a haunted baritone that is surely a gift from whatever being bestows musical talent, but the man is also fortunate enough to…
David Marchese / May 8, 2012

Watch Buraka Som Sistema’s ‘Tira o Pe’ Make a Crowd Lose Its Collective Mind

You haven't seen an audience going wild until you've seen the way crowds lose their shit to Buraka Som Sistema. Part of that's likely due…
Philip Sherburne / May 8, 2012
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