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Jesus Lizard’s David Yow Visits a Deadly Feast in Wrekmeister Harmonies’ ‘Night of Your Ascension’ Video

Chicago-based experimentalist J.R. Robinson has led the metal-leaning crew of abstractionists Wrekmeister Harmonies for a little over half a decade now, and today they've release…
Colin Joyce / November 13, 2015

Club 8 Endure a Perverse Kind of ‘Pleasure’ on New Album

In his 20-plus years as a musician, Club 8's Johan Angergård has written a what seems like an infinite number of songs about love. And if his…
Rachel Brodsky / November 13, 2015

Vanessa Elisha and XXYYXX Conjure a Magical Panic on ‘Out of Time’

Australian vocalist Vanessa Elisha has the perfect voice for the modern world: soulful and digitalist, intimate and distant — an appropriately delirious mirror of the…
Oliver Kinkel / November 12, 2015

Loxe Skitters Through a Computer’s Imagination on ‘Footprints’

At first, it's hard to tell whether the video for "Footprints," a glitchy exercise from U.K. producer Loxe, is working properly. A vaguely hazy semblance…
Harley Brown / November 11, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: DIIV, Matmos, Erykah Badu, and More

Welcome to SPIN’s Singles Mix! SPIN staffers have rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from haze-pop melody makers, stopwatch-breaking…
SPIN Staff / November 11, 2015

Beverly Are Wary of a ‘Crooked Cop’ on Lush New Song

If Brooklyn dream-pop duo Beverly are great at one thing, it's crafting aching, jingle-jangly tracks that could easily be placed on a mixtape for an…
Rachel Brodsky / November 11, 2015

TV on the Radio Light Up ‘Austin City Limits’ With ‘Lazerray’

Brooklyn-based alt-pop explorers TV on the Radio have spent most of 2015 touring in support of last year's Seeds, and this weekend they'll play the…
Nathan Diller / November 6, 2015

Good Morning Rise With Bleary-Eyed Single ‘Cab Deg’

Melbourne-born duo Good Morning has been spouting alternative pop tunes since Stefan Blair and Liam Parsons first met in a high school music class in…
Meilyn Huq / November 4, 2015

Redlight Remembers ‘Me & You’ With ASTR’s Astral Help

ASTR only just released their sophomore EP Homecoming on Monday, and now the glitchy electro-pop dance duo have teamed up with the limber British producer Redlight…
Brennan Carley / November 4, 2015

Benoît Pioulard Stays Sedate on ‘Noyaux’ EP

Ambient composer Thomas Meluch has issued five studio records under the moniker Benoît Pioulard, the latest of which came out on experimental institution Kranky Records…
Colin Joyce / November 4, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Hannah Diamond, Mark McGuire, Seth Bogart, and More

Welcome to SPIN’s Singles Mix! SPIN staffers have rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from Southern stargazers, turned-down…
SPIN Staff / November 3, 2015

Blanck Mass Releases New EP, Shares Mystifying ‘The Great Confuso Part I’

Outside of his skyscraping and grandiose efforts as half of the unlikely crossover noise duo Fuck Buttons, Benjamin John Power also pilots Blanck Mass…
Colin Joyce / November 3, 2015

Champions League Remember Last Summer on Sumptuous ‘AF1′

Champions League are back for another season, and it looks like this could be their year. The Parisian duo's 2014's Ebiza EP established them as…
Marc Hogan / November 2, 2015

Palm Lose Themselves in an Art-Rock Thicket on ‘Trading Basics’ LP

The Philadelphia-via-Upstate New York quartet Palm's approach to wiry genre-hopping art rock emphasizes density. Guitar lines creep like vines, winding around the heaving tree trunks…
Colin Joyce / November 2, 2015

Courtney Barnett Thrashes Through ‘Avant Gardener’ on ‘Austin City Limits’

Singer/songwriter Courtney Barnett, will make her Austin City Limits debut this weekend, and she's been previewing some songs from her set over the last couple…
Nathan Diller / October 30, 2015

Laced Marry Hardcore Anxiety and Indie Pop Optimism on Debut EP

If your only exposure to Beach Fossils has been in the delicate ebb-and-flow of their studio recordings, you may not be privy to the knowledge…
Colin Joyce / October 29, 2015

Cymbals Eat Guitars’ New Single Is as Quietly Comforting as an ‘Aerobed’

Over the course of 2015, singer-songwriter Kevin Devine's been curating a series of splits for New York/Philadelphia label Bad Timing Records, enlisting pals and fellow…
Colin Joyce / October 29, 2015

Loco Dice Looks Back to Move Forward on ‘Underground Sound Suicide’

Loco Dice is just heading in from a surf session at Venice Beach. The DJ and producer born Yassine Ben Achour, known for fusing techno and…
Ashley Zlatopolsky / October 29, 2015

Public Image Ltd. Revere the Iconic ‘Bettie Page’ in New Video

During the post-war uptick of suburban family values and poodle-skirt wholesomeness, there was also pin-up icon Bettie Page — a figure John Lydon and post-punk pioneers Public Image Ltd.
Rachel Brodsky / October 29, 2015

Gabriel Saloman’s ‘Movement Building Vol. 2′ LP Is Terrifying and Peaceful in Equal Measure

Gabriel Saloman makes music that lives in the spaces between genre classifications. There's a lot of records that live in those middle grounds, but Saloman’s…
Oliver Kinkel / October 28, 2015
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