• Iceage 'Lord's Favorite' Video New album

    Iceage Go Rockabilly, Pop Bottles in 'The Lord's Favorite' Video

    The loud dudes of Iceage have been relatively quiet as of late, staying out of the spotlight while working on the follow-up 2013's excellent You're Nothing. But now the Danish punks are back with "The Lord's Favorite," the first taste of their still-unannounced third LP. Unlike their darker, more blistering tracks of the past, the new one has a rockabilly, almost Libertines-like vibe, while the accompanying video features champagne, cigarettes, a motorcycle, and frontman Elias Bender Rønnenfelt looking like Tim Riggins of Friday Night Lights. Iceage will also hit the road for a North American tour this fall, beginning October 10 at Philadelphia's First Unitarian Church.

  • '50 Shades of Grey' movie trailer Beyonce

    Beyonce Kinks Up 'Crazy in Love' for '50 Shades of Grey' Trailer

    Seeing that the 50 Shades of Grey franchise has already sold millions of books, it didn't seem like the film adaptation needed any more hype, but then the producers went and got Beyoncé involved, charging the anticipation up to nuclear levels. A few days ago, Bey put up a short teaser for the trailer on Instagram (yes, that's how previews are done now) with a brief clip of a steamy, slowed-down version of her debut solo single, the 2003 hit "Crazy in Love." Now, we have a full trailer and a much longer excerpt of the reworked song, which features breathier vocals and a bit of menace, a perfect fit for this kink-filled erotic flick. There's no word on when this single will be out, but we'll assume that it'll be before the movie's Valentine's Day 2015 release date. Check it out in the safe-for-work trailer above.

  • Weezer 'Back to the Shack' Fallon 'Everything Will Be Alright in the End'

    Weezer Go 'Back to the Shack' With a KISS Bobblehead on 'Fallon'

    Weezer kicked the promotion for their tenth album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, into high gear earlier this week with the release of the nostalgia-heavy single "Back to the Shack," which makes good on their promise to return to the sound of their earliest LPs, The Blue Album and Pinkerton. To drive the point home, the alt-geek quartet hit up The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a no-frills performance of the track, with an Ace Frehley bobblehead adding the only bit of flash. Perhaps it was a nod to their classic "In the Garage," in which frontman Rivers Cuomo sings, "I've got posters on the wall / My favorite rock group KISS / I've got Ace Frehley / I've got Peter Criss." It's a fun rendition that's sure to get fans excited for the Ric Ocasek-produced album, which is due out September 30 via Republic. Enjoy it above.

  • Westboro Baptist Church Panic at the Disco cover parody

    Westboro Baptist Church Releases Anti-Gay Panic! at the Disco Cover

    When discussing the Westboro Baptist Church, the question used to be, "Is there anything these nutbars won't protest?" Now that they've jumped the virulently homophobic shark, we have to ask: "Is there anything left for these plankton-brained mouth-breathers to protest?" Their latest effort — an anti-gay cover of Panic! at the Disco's 2006 single "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"  — suggests that the WBC is pretty much running out of steam.The "parody" version, not-so-cleverly dubbed "You Love Sin What A Tragedy," was released, in their words, "just in time for WBC to picket [the band] at Crossroads in Kansas City on July 20, 2014." Either the church is scouring the local concert listings for anything that might be related to homo-ness, or their members are hearing the music of 2006 for the first time.

  • Stuart Murdoch 'God Help the Girl' Trailer Emily Browning

    Stuart Murdoch Follows Wes Anderson's Lead in 'God Help the Girl' Trailer

    Fans of Belle and Sebastian, indie-pop, and Wes Anderson's best will surely be excited to see God Help the Girl, Stuart Murdoch's direcorial debut based on a 2009 album of the same name. The basic gist is that it's a concept album wherein Murdoch and the band back a series of female vocalists, with a plot centered around Eve, a young woman with some emotional issues who finds solace in songwriting.The film version, which premiered at Sundance, stars Aussie actress Emily Browning as Eve, Olly Alexander as James, and Game of Thrones' Hannah Murray as Cass, with the latter two playing musicians who join up with Eve. The visuals owe a lot to the more twee work of Wes Anderson, which is understandable considering that the upcoming film is produced by Barry Mendel, who also worked on Anderson's Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums.

  • Shlohmo and Jeremih 'No More' EP free Download

    Shlohmo and Jeremih Release 'No More' EP for Free

    Back in February, Shlohmo and Jeremih got us all excited when they released the sensual, hazy "No More," from a promised EP of the same name. At the time, we thought the L.A. producer and Chicago crooner's record would be available in March but for reasons unknown, it didn't materialize. Until now. Pegged to Jeremih's birthday, No More is now available for free (outside of submitting your e-mail address) from Wedidit. The EP includes six songs, with the final track, "The End," featuring an appearance by Jeremih's fellow Windy City artist and SPIN fave Chance the Rapper. Check out the title cut and full track list below.No More track list:1. "No More" 2. "Fuck You All the Time (Remix)" [Extended Cut] 3. "Dope" 4. "Bo Peep" 5. "Let It Go" 6. "The End" feat. Chance the Rapper

  • 'Weird Al' Yankovic 'Tacky' 'Conan'

    'Weird Al' Yankovic Hams Up 'Tacky' for 'Conan'

    "Weird Al" Yankovic has been on a roll lately surrounding the release of his new album, Mandatory Fun. Over the last few days, the parody master has released a steady stream of videos, mocking Iggy Azalea and home improvement on "Handy," Lorde and conspiracy theorists with "Foil," Robin Thicke and big dictionaries on "Word Crimes," and Pharrell and bad taste with "Tacky." For that last clip, Al and a few celeb pals don some garish outfits and dance their way through Los Angeles' Palace Theatre, proudly showing off their whack moves.For his appearance on Conan last night, Al took a similar spin on "Tacky," this time wearing a jacket so loud it almost drowns out his band. Starting in the makeup area, he performs the single while weaving his way through the show's serpentine backstage area, strutting around the staff, who either play along or try to remain unnoticed.

  • St. Vincent 'Bring Me Your Loves' 'Letterman'

    St. Vincent Struts Robotically Through 'Bring Me Your Loves' on 'Letterman'

    On Wednesday evening, St. Vincent took to the Ed Sullivan Theater stage for a shreddy Live on Letterman webcast, playing 11 songs culled mainly from the Essential St. Vincent and 2011's Strange Mercy. Earlier that day, Annie Clark and co. hit up the regular Late Show broadcast with Dave himself to perform "Bring Me Your Loves," a rendition that only aired last night. Here, Clark and her backing band show off the choreography they've used throghout the St. Vincent tour with almost military precision. No footstep, gesture, or expression seems without purpose, adding an almost robotic feel to the musicians. Afterward, an impressed Letterman complimented Clark an her hair, then cracked, "Some of that was semaphore, wasn't it?" referring to the old-school method of communicating through coded gestures while holding flags. Enjoy it up top.

  • Billy Corgan Amazon Rant 'Adore' Reissue Smashing Pumpkins

    Billy Corgan's Blood Boils After Amazon Leaks 'Adore' Reissue Track List

    Retail giant Amazon has been pissing a lot of people off recently. There's their ongoing battle with Hachette, in which they've refused to allow pre-orders of the publisher's books in a fight over revenue. They did the same to Warner Bros., only with DVDs and Blu-ray discs in a similar dispute. Amazon's latest kerfuffle pales in comparison, but it's still worth noting because their latest critic is none other than Billy Corgan.The Smashing Pumpkins mastermind has been prepping the reissue of 1998's Adore for months now (maybe years), and just when he was finally going to release the massive track list to his loyal fans, he discovered Amazon had already gone and done that, despite promises that they wouldn't."Great news: ADORE box set track list to be announced on http://SmashingPumpkinsNexus.com  later today.

  • Kristeen Young Dave Grohl Pat Smear Ferguson 'Pearl of a Girl'

    See Kristeen Young, Dave Grohl, Pat Smear Blast Through 'Ferguson' Performance

    Unfortunately, the release of Kristeen Young's excellent new album The Knife Shift was overshadowed by accusations that she was to blame for Morrissey's latest tour cancellation after she gave him a "horrendous cold." Considering his past health woes, it seems pretty unfair that Moz is blaming anyone else for his maladies (seriously, man, just live in bubble already) but what make it even worse is that, after Young denied the allegations, Morrissey guitarist Jesse Tobias posted a screed accusing her of being a liar, and signed off by saying, "Good Riddance to False Friends." Ouch.Luckily for Young, she has a more loyal friend in the form of the supremely chill Dave Grohl, who played drums on The Knife Shift's 11 tracks, and added guitar on five.

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