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Backstage With Dum Dum Girls at SPIN’s ‘Unmuted’ Show

Dum Dum Girls brought their woozy dream-punk to Los Angeles' Sonos Studios last week to help celebrate the launch of the SPIN Music Group (full…
SPIN Staff / November 15, 2012

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Bjork, Flaming Lips, Action Bronson, and More

Another week brings another collection of streaming albums, ready for your immediate listening pleasure.1) Bjӧrk, bastards. From Bjӧrk: "I was incredibly impressed by how the core…
Kyle McGovern / November 15, 2012

The-Dream Fires Off ‘1977’ Bonus Cut ‘AK47′

Charging money for music that was once free is all the rage these days. The Weeknd padded his major label debut/recycled mixtape bundle, Trilogy, with…
Daniel Kreps / November 15, 2012

See Rage Against the Machine ‘Take the Power Back’ in 1993

Last month we broke down the upcoming Rage Against the Machine box set, which comes not only just in time for the holidays — capitalism:1;…
Chris Martins / November 15, 2012

Dance Music’s Creative Crisis: It’s Not Just Streaming

Damon Krukowski's sobering analysis of how little recording artists make from streaming their music under current royalty rates — to wit, he says that his…
Philip Sherburne / November 15, 2012

Yo La Tengo Preview ‘Fade’ LP With Animated ‘Before We Run’ Video

"Grower" is an easily abused term. As sure as Stockholm syndrome, almost any track can seem likable if you hear it often enough. But sometimes…
Marc Hogan / November 15, 2012

Hear Damon Albarn’s BBC ‘Radio Reunited’ Broadcast for the Future

Damon Albarn's audio time capsule was played across the BBC Radio empire yesterday, giving the man unprecedented simultaneous access to a global splay of as…
Chris Martins / November 15, 2012

Lady Gaga Proves ‘Cake’ Rap Is Real With Unnecessary Terry Richardson Video

In September, Lady Gaga confused a whole lot of folks when she initiated an elaborate ruse to release a ridiculous trap-rap track we dubbed "Cake…
Chris Martins / November 14, 2012

Rap Release of the Week: Cities Aviv’s ‘Black Pleasure’

Yesterday, Memphis rapper Cities Aviv posted a self-serious note about his new album Black Pleasure. The letter thanked fans and celebrated the "listener…capable of acknowledging…
Brandon Soderberg / November 14, 2012

The Prodigy’s ‘The Fat of the Land’ Gets Reissued, Remixed

It might be hard to believe, but it's been 15 years since the Prodigy smacked their way onto the American scene with The Fat of…
Philip Sherburne / November 14, 2012

10 Records That Paved the Way for Kendrick Lamar’s ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’

The mythos of the creative struggle adds another layer to a pop-music classic: Brian Wilson in the sandbox; the Stones arguing over everything holed up…
Brandon Soderberg / November 14, 2012

Blur Tease ‘Parklive’ CD/DVD With ‘Under the Westway’ Video

America, take note. President Barack Obama's deft wielding of pop culture in his successful reelection campaign has drawn comparisons recently to former U.K. Prime Minister…
Marc Hogan / November 14, 2012

‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Trailer Features Unlikely Stevie Wonder Tune

Stevie Wonder's "Skeletons," the lead single off his 1987 album Characters, topped Billboard's R&B chart almost exactly 25 years ago, and just in time for…
Kyle McGovern / November 14, 2012

Watch Bradford Cox Front Divine Fits for Ramones Cover

Halloween brings out the Joey Ramone in Bradford Cox. In fall 2011, the Deerhunter frontman and Atlas Sound mastermind performed live dressed as the late…
Marc Hogan / November 14, 2012

Beach House Soundtrack Sex, Suffering in ‘Wild’ Video

Not for nothing were Beach House sampled by the Weeknd, who darkly sex-minded Trilogy came out this week. "Making out" comes up a lot in writing…
Marc Hogan / November 14, 2012
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