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Alt-Rock of Love: Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale Amorously Duet on ‘Glycerine’

Christmas came early for '90s nostalgists and alternative rock radio fanatics over the weekend. Those who ventured out to the annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas…
Chris Martins / December 10, 2012

Hear Santigold Rep Hard for Girls on ‘Girls’ Song for ‘Girls’ Show

On her SPIN Essential'd new LP Master of My Make-Believe, Santigold "turns friction into fire" with "flippantly skewed pop anthems doubling as obviously personal documents of…
Chris Martins / December 10, 2012

Christopher Owens Brings Bleating Saxophone to ‘New York City’

Mayor Bloomberg has long fought traffic congestion, but there's a whole lot of honking on "New York City," the latest track to surface from Christopher…
Marc Hogan / December 10, 2012

Watch St. Vincent and Alexis Krauss Join Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Girls Just Want to Have Fun’

Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" occupies a special place in the pop universe. When the working day is done, those who'd deny…
Marc Hogan / December 10, 2012

Big Boi Reunites With Little Dragon All Over the Place, But ‘Higher Res’ Stands Out

In an eventful weekend for Big Boi tracks that don't technically appear on his upcoming album, the most striking will at least show up on…
Marc Hogan / December 10, 2012

Like Cobra Starship and Linkin Park? Meet Japanese Boy Band Kis-My-Ft2

The top slot of the Oriconchart, the primary ranking system for music sales in Japan, is currently occupied by "Ai No Beat" the latest single…
Vijith Assar / December 7, 2012

No Trivia’s Friday Five: Mystikal, Possessed by the Ghost of James Brown on ‘Hit Me’

On Sunday, Das Racist officially broke up, and that's a bummer. The big Das Racist joke, it turns out, was that there was no joke.
Brandon Soderberg / December 7, 2012

Katy B’s Free ‘Danger’ EP Mixes ‘Aaliyah’ R&B With Modern Beats

She may not be the most famous Katy in music, but her approach to reinventing '90s-style R&B is about as impressively colorful as Miss Perry's…
Chris Martins / December 7, 2012

Stephen Malkmus Covers Can’s ‘Ege Bamyasi’ in Full: Watch Three Songs

Just as Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox's well-documented adoration for the Breeders has finally borne fruit for music listeners everywhere, Stephen Malkmus' decades-old love of krautrock…
Marc Hogan / December 7, 2012

Hear Mystikal Become Crunk James Brown for Amazing ‘Hit Me’ Track

New Orleans scream-cee and former No Limit barker Mystikal has had a rocky ride since he was released from jail nearly three years ago. After…
Chris Martins / December 7, 2012

Control Voltage’s Friday Five: LPs to Hear Before Year’s End

Woe be to the artist who releases an album in late November or, worse, December. With critics and retailers hell-bent on year-end recaps those end-of-year…
Philip Sherburne / December 7, 2012

The-Dream Drops Misogynistic ‘Wake Me When It’s Over’ Video

The-Dream is set to reissue his widely lauded, once-free 2011 mixtape 1977, for actual money, on December 18. Released under his birth name Terius Nash,…
Chris Martins / December 6, 2012

Watch YACHT’s Insane ADHD-Addled ‘Second Summer’ Animated Video

The DFA disco destroyers in YACHT are celebrating 10 years as a band/utopian ideal on Saturday night at Los Angeles' Echoplex, but for those who…
Chris Martins / December 6, 2012

Rap Release of the Week: Fabolous’ ‘The Soul Tape 2′

Who runs New York? Jay-Z? At this point, "Empire State of Mind" and a mostly symbolic share of the Nets aside, he's too big for…
Brandon Soderberg / December 6, 2012

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Scott Walker, Bruno Mars, Green Day, Wiz Khalifa

Another week brings another round of album streams. Clear your day and hit play.1) Green Day, ¡Tré!. "While ¡Tré! naturally continues Green Day's return to garage-band basics, it has a…
Kyle McGovern / December 6, 2012
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