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Stream Against Me!’s Explosive New Record Shape Shift With Me

Against Me!'s newest record, Shape Shift With Me, is now streaming ahead of its September 16th release via their own Total Treble Imprint. Listen to it below,…
Josh Rosenberg / September 8, 2016

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Anthony Kiedis Is a Shirtless Man Once More in “Go Robot” Video

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' propensity for going shirtless is an essential pillar of their psycho-sexy allure. That hasn't changed in their fourth decade of…
Brian Josephs / September 8, 2016

Marissa Nadler Has More Where That Came From

In May, spectral singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler released Strangers, one of SPIN's favorite albums from the first half of 2016. Today, she's announced a companion EP, Bury Your Name, written and recorded at her home in Boston…
Anna Gaca / September 8, 2016

Gary Johnson Doesn’t Know What Aleppo Is, but Neither Does the New York Times

There are a few big questions that any U.S. presidential contender should be able to answer convincingly. For one: "How can the American government best balance collective responsibility…
Andy Cush / September 8, 2016

Regina Spektor Releases Lovelorn New Single “Black & White”

Regina Spektor's follow-up to 2012's What We Saw From the Cheap Seats is just around the corner, but we don't have to wait for the September 30th drop…
Josh Rosenberg / September 8, 2016

Stream Cymbals Eat Guitars’ New Album Pretty Years

Staten Island-bred indie-rock quartet Cymbals Eat Guitars have a new album, Pretty Years, streaming today via NPR. The band first announced the record in May, meaning we've been…
Anna Gaca / September 8, 2016

London’s Iconic Fabric Nightclub May Not Have to Close After All

To all the misty-eyed ravers getting nostalgic about your first time out 'til 5 a.m. on a weekday: Choke back those tears for a while. The…
Andy Cush / September 8, 2016

Zack de la Rocha Just Released “Digging for Windows,” His First Piece of New Music in Almost a Decade

Update: El-P has tweeted that the de la Rocha solo album is coming in 2017. Rolling Stone also sent out a tweet, saying a rep confirmed that "Digging…
Brian Josephs / September 8, 2016

Watch Vince Staples and the Roots’ Affecting “Smile” on Fallon

Vince Staples was the musical guest on last night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, performing "Smile," a standout from his recent Prima Donna EP. The song had…
Anna Gaca / September 8, 2016

Well, the Yeezy Season 4 Show Was a Total Disaster

For his Yeezy Season 4 show, Kanye West couldn't bring his flying stage to Roosevelt Island nor could he borrow Madison Square Garden's air conditioning to…
Brian Josephs / September 7, 2016

Lost Doctor Who Episodes Will Regenerate as Animated Mini-Series

A long-lost set of Doctor Who episodes have been reconstructed using animation and will be released this fall, the BBC has revealed. The six-episode story Power of the Daleks introduced…
Anna Gaca / September 7, 2016

Sia and Dancer Maddie Ziegler Crash the Apple Keynote to Perform “The Greatest” and “Chandelier”

Did you guys hear the big Apple news? That's right: Sia performed! At the new Apple keynote event, the singer brought dancing partner-in-crime Maddie Ziegler to perform her recently…
Brian Josephs / September 7, 2016

Listen to M.I.A.’s New Single “Foreign Friend”

Ahead of what might be her final album, M.I.A. has released "Foreign Friend," featuring Jamaican dancehall singer Dexta Daps. The track originally leaked back in March, but an official version dropped…
Josh Rosenberg / September 7, 2016

Apple Is Getting Rid of the iPhone Headphone Jack Because of Their “Courage”

After months of rumors, it's official: the iPhone 7 will forgo the traditional headphone jack, which is being removed to make the next iteration of Apple's smart…
Jeremy Gordon / September 7, 2016

It’s the Perfect Cloudy Day for American Football’s New Song “Give Me the Gun”

Long-dormant band American Football recently announced a new album, their first in 17 years, and — strange as it sounds to say in 2016 —…
Anna Gaca / September 7, 2016

You’re Going to Want to Watch “Ian Curtis Rides a Rollercoaster”

Trust us. You'll be glad you did. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvPIvoJkmGs…
Andy Cush / September 7, 2016

Drake’s DJ Future the Prince Was Apparently Robbed of More Than $2 Million in Jewelry

For the moment, Drake's attention has switched from creating "honest and genuine" strip clubs to his shoddy security. TMZ reports that one of Drake's tour buses was targeted…
Brian Josephs / September 7, 2016

Jack White’s Acoustic Recordings Timeline is a Flat Circle

Obsessive archivist Jack White has a new collection of acoustic recordings, appropriately titled Jack White Acoustic Recordings 1998-2016, which will be released this Friday, September 9th. Accompanying the record…
Anna Gaca / September 7, 2016

The Ridiculous Highlights From the Undercover Police Reports That Led to Fabric’s Shutdown

Two months before the iconic London nightclub Fabric was forced to close, local police conducted an undercover operation there, investigating alleged drug use. Reports from…
Andy Cush / September 7, 2016

Johnny Depp Might Solve the Murders of Biggie and Tupac in New Thriller Labyrinth

Despite playing the same goddamn pirate in five (and counting) Pirates of the Caribbean movies, Johnny Depp can still hold a leading role that doesn't have him in…
Josh Rosenberg / September 7, 2016
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