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Captain Murphy (a.k.a. Flying Lotus) Returns Once Again With “Crowned”

Flying Lotus has spent this year immersing himself in the debauched, directing a short film apparently so gross that barf bags were issued during its premiere.
Brian Josephs / September 28, 2016

Stream the Legends’ Woozy Pop-Duet With Maria Usbeck, “Cocaine”

Stockholm-based synth weavers the Legends are the primary musical outlet for Johan Angergård. They put out their fifth album, It’s Love, last year, and covered the…
Charles Innis / September 28, 2016

James Chance Shares “Melt Yourself Down,” From First New Album in 30 Years

No-wave pioneer James Chance has been on a tear as a live performer lately, bringing his skronking funk to small DIY venues and art spaces…
Andy Cush / September 27, 2016

Danny Brown’s New Album Atrocity Exhibition Is Out Now

Danny Brown's unpredictability also applies to his album release strategies. Atrocity Exhibition was supposed to drop Friday, but Brown was too impatient to wait a few more…
Brian Josephs / September 27, 2016

Descendents Share “Shameless Halo” Performance Video

This year has been filled with pop punk comebacks, but the best of the bunch came from the original innovators--the Descendents' Hypercaffium Spazzinate. Today, the band has…
Brian Josephs / September 27, 2016

Dej Loaf Gets Vulnerable on New Song “Beef N Broccoli”

Dej Loaf dropped the All Jokes Aside mixtape back in April and has since been preparing to eventually (or, more accurately, hopefully) release her debut full-length album. The wait…
Brian Josephs / September 27, 2016

Stream RR7349, the New Album From Stranger Things Band S U R V I V E

Earlier this year, two members of Austin band S U R V I V E drew plenty of attention with their raved-about score for the summer's…
Kyle McGovern / September 27, 2016

Watch the Faint’s Arresting “Young and Realistic” Video

It’s been 15 years since the Faint's "Agenda Suicide" and "Glass Danse" first blasted the earbuds of disenchanted scenester youths across the country. But the…
Charles Innis / September 27, 2016

John Carpenter’s “Utopian Façade” Video Pits an Android Against Zombies

Because nothing says hoodie season like horror movie synths, John Carpenter has decided to release the video for "Utopian Façade.' The track appears on Lost Themes II,…
Brian Josephs / September 26, 2016

Stream Muuy Biien’s Dangerous New Song “Bitter Blessings”

Athens, Georgia-based band Muuy Biien have a new album called Age of Uncertainty coming on October 28, but first they’ve shared a new song called…
Sadie Bell / September 26, 2016

Metallica Are Back With the Six-Minute “Moth Into Flame”

Metallica have released their new single "Moth Into Flame," which they premiered during an appearance on Howard Stern's show. It's not a Chairlift cover, but…
Brian Josephs / September 26, 2016

Stream Francis and the Lights’s New Album Farewell, Starlite!

Last month, Francis and the Lights performed a live debut of new album Farewell, Starlite! to close out Eaux Claires, the music festival curated by Bon Iver's Justin…
Anna Gaca / September 24, 2016

My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Laments the Need for Political Change in “Same Old Lie”

Today, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James released "Same Old Lie," the first single off his upcoming sophomore solo album Eternally Even. It's a political anthem,…
Sadie Bell / September 23, 2016

T.I. Enlists Meek Mill, Killer Mike, Quavo for Us or Else EP

After another horrific week of anti-black police brutality, T.I. decided to make his voice heard by releasing a new EP called Us or Else. T.I. said…
Brian Josephs / September 23, 2016

Common Grabs Stevie Wonder, Esperanza Spalding, and Chuck D for “Black America Again”

Common has never been shy about going political with his lyrics, and today has released "Black America Again," a new song that features Stevie Wonder on keys…
Brian Josephs / September 23, 2016
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