• Avicii Boston Show Fans Hospitalized

    Avicii's Boston Concert Leaves 36 Fans Hospitalized

    Avicii's June 25 concert at Boston's TD Garden left 36 fans in the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, while at least 50 more were treated by EMTs on the scene. There were no fatalities.According to The Boston Globe, people were being taken out on stretchers from the sweltering show. Massachusetts General Hospital treated at least 12 patients whose ages ranged from 16 to 19. "There may have been some illicit drug involved, but none have been identified," Michael Bosse, deputy superintendent for Boston EMS, said."You couldn't breathe if you were on the floor. It was the best and worst time ever," said 19-year-old attendee Mike Santostefano, who added that he saw "a lot of people who couldn’t handle themselves. People who don’t do drugs come here and do drugs.""It was just too crazy in there," said Roisin Saratonion, who left the show early.

  • Karen O 'Crush Songs' Solo Album Yeah Yeah Yeahs Cult Records

    Karen O's Solo LP 'Crush Songs' Revisits Youthful 'Love Crusade'

    Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs is finally releasing a proper solo album. Titled Crush Songs, the record is due out September 9 via Julian Casablancas' label, Cult Records. As O tells it in a handwritten note posted to her website, which you can also read below, the songs were written and recorded in private when she was around 27 years old, a time when she didn't know if she'd ever fall in love again. Now 35, she's married to director Barnaby Clay.Of course, this isn't Karen's first foray away from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who graced SPIN's cover last year when releasing Mosquito. She crafted the Where the Wild Things Are soundtrack in 2009 with ex-boyfriend Spike Jonze, and re-teamed with him last year for the Oscar-nominated "The Moon Song," which was featured in the movie Her.

  • Juan MacLean 'A Place Called Space' Nancy Whang 'In a Dream' album

    The Juan MacLean and Nancy Whang Blast Disco Lasers on 'A Place Called Space'

    The union of Juan MacLean and LCD Soundsystem's Nancy Whang started off with a few team-ups like the playful "Feel Like Movin'" and the Valentine's Day release "Get Down (With My Love)," but now it appears that the DFA cohorts are a full-time duo. As the Juan MacLean, they've teamed up for In a Dream, the project's first official album since 2009's The Future Will Come, and the first taste of the upcoming LP is the eight-minute-plus "A Place Called Space." Featuring driving keyboards over a disco beat, the pair share echoed-out vocals with the occional cosmic laser pow-pow-pows tossed in. The song comes with appropriately psychedelic visuals that resemble the visualizer setting on your iTunes. Give it a whirl above and pick up In a Dream via DFA Records on September 16.

  • Future 'Side Effects' Video Honest

    Watch Future Disobey the FAA for Mid-Flight 'Side Effects' Video

    Considering his crime-caper clip for "Covered N Money" and model-filled video for "I Won," Future seems to prefer a more austere route when it comes to the visuals for his Honest tracks. With "Blood, Sweat, Tears," he poured his heart out while standing under some power lines, and now, on behalf of bonus track "Side Effects," he's keeping things almost as simple. This time, the SPIN cover star flies in a private jet while rapping about his wife, Ciara, and ignores FAA regulations against using a cell phone while in the air. After he lands, Future heads to a basketball court to stand in front of a pretty slick ride and say sweet-nothings like, "'Cause I never take nothing from you, you deserve it all / Just tell me what it costs, ball till we fall." What a gent. Check out the video, courtesy of World Star Hip Hop, above. 

  • Wu-Tang Clan Unpaid Internship Social Media Craigslist

    Be Wu-Tang Clan's Intern, Get Paid Zero Dolla Dolla Bills

    While Wu-Tang Clan line up million-dollar bids for their one-off, Cher-featuring art album, it appears that the legendary rap group need some help in the social media department and they're not willing to break the bank to get it. According to a post on Craigslist, home to some of the sketchiest job listings online, "Wu-Tang Management is currently looking for people that are versed in social media networking and also up on the newest social networking trends." They also want people who can attend Wu-related events and document them for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the like.The position is apparently based out of New Jersey, and if that doesn't turn prospective interns off, this might: The compensation is listed as "no pay." There's not even any mention of potential college credit or freebies, so you'll just have to hope that working with Wu is really fun and interesting.

  • Tegan Sara Vanessa Bayer 'Sound Advice'

    Watch Tegan and Sara Get Insulted by Vanessa Bayer for 'Sound Advice'

    Following in the footsteps of TV on the Radio and Drake, Tegan and Sara are the latest musical acts to get terrible career tips from Saturday Night Live's Vanessa Bayer on her web series Sound Advice. The former SPIN cover stars get absolutely no career help, with Bayer telling them to switch names, insulting their "extra recess" songwriting on The Lego Movie's "Everything Is Awesome," and wondering about the content of their introspective lyrics. "Do you guys have self-esteem issues and if you do, do you think you could maybe keep them to yourself? Because it's kind of a buzzkill," she says, as Tegan and Sara try not to break character. This episode contains a bonus appearance by fun.'s Jack Antonoff, who plays himself as Bayer's coffee-fetching intern. "I need you to carry on and get out of here," she tells him, as the Quin twins look on, astonished.

  • Schoolboy Q Shooting Red Rocks Detained Nas Flying Lotus

    ScHoolboy Q Detained After Post-Concert Shooting in Colorado

    Three people were shot in the parking lot outside Colorado's famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre last night following a concert by Nas, Flying Lotus, and ScHoolboy Q, who was detained but not arrested by police. According to the Denver Post, the victims were sitting in a white SUV when someone opened fire on them. They left the lot and drove about 15 miles into Denver, where they were assisted by police and taken to a hospital.ScHoolboy Q was apparently detained by police following the incident, as shown in the Twitter photo below, though it's unclear what happened. As of this morning, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office had not yet arrested anyone in relation to the shooting.One person was detained as Denver Police investigated a triple shooting after a concert at Red Rocks Thursday night.

  • Metallica Herald Glastonbury Set With New Version of 'Lords of Summer'

    Metallica Herald Glastonbury Set With New Version of 'Lords of Summer'

    With Metallica set to headline Glastonbury for the first time later this month, the hard-rock gods are celebrating the occasion by releasing a new version of their track "Lords of Summer." The eight-minute behemoth was previously unveiled last March at a show in Bogota, Colombia, and the band gifted fans by releasing a "garage demo version" soon after. The new "first pass version" doesn't sound all that different, though a close comparison will yield some differences in the audio and production quality.Meantime, it seems Metallica fans can expect one hell of a show at Glastonbury, which runs from June 25 through 29. According to NME, the festival's founder Michael Eavis said, "There's no other band in the whole history of the festival that has been so keen to play.

  • Black Keys Burger Akron Umami Charity

    The Black Keys' Latest Beef Is Actually a Burger

    Noted beef lovers the Black Keys have had a turbulent history when associating with major companies. Sometimes they're raking in the dough for lending their songs to car and phone commercials, while other times they're suing brands who use sound-alike tracks to hawk their products. Their latest bit of endorsement seems like a slam dunk, though, with Umami Burger creating an all-new menu item in honor of the blues-rock duo.Starting July 1, carnivores around the country can feast on the Black Keys Akron Burger, which features a beef patty, Velveeta fondue, "secret sauce," yellow mustard, chopped onions, and dill pickles on the chain's signature bun. One dollar from every purchase of the $13 dish will go to the Keys' Alfred McMoore Memorial Fund, an Akron, Ohio-based charity that aids local residents who are battling mental illnesses.

  • Hundred Waters 'Out Alee' Video Arcosanti Arizona

    Hundred Waters Hit the Desert for Surreal 'Out Alee' Video

    SPIN's Garrett Kamps recently spent a weekend with Gainesville, Flordia quartet Hundred Waters in the otherworldly area of Arcosanti, Arizona, an "experimental town" where they celebrated the unveiling of their second album, The Moon Rang Like a Bell, one of the 50 best LPs of 2014 so far. The one-of-a-kind desert setting made for one of the most unique record release shows we've ever heard of, and now the band has combined footage of their performance of "Out Alee" with almost surreal imagery from the remote location. Led by singer Nicole Miglis, Hundred Waters melds delicate percussion with airy synths under a hue of blue lights, intercut with desaturated footage of the town that makes it look like it belongs in the Star Wars universe rather than 60-something miles north of Phoenix.

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