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    Rustie and Danny Brown 'Attak' on Wild New Banger

    The second sample from Rustie's sophomore album has landed, and it's a banger. "Attak," the follow-up single to "Raptor," features a relentlessly hectic flow from Detroit motormouth Danny Brown embedded into an earth-shattering beat helmed by the Scottish maximalist producer. As per usual with a Rustie jam, this one has an epic trance synth line sandwiched between huge drops and pitched snare rolls — not a far cry from those TNGHT instrumentals that ended up in the hands of rappers like Kendrick Lamar. This track isn't the first time these two have joined forces; the Scot produced a couple tracks on Brown's 2013 LP, Old, and now the rapper has returned the favor for Rustie's forthcoming full length, Green Language, which drops August 26. We hope there are more Brown x Rustie collabs to come, especially because Danny Brown always makes songs better.

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    Christian Falk, DJ and Robyn Producer, Dies at 52

    Reports have surfaced that Swedish producer Christian Falk passed away today after battling pancreatic cancer. Falk, who was born April 25, 1962, collaborated with Robyn on "Dream On" in 2006. Although that track would ultimately be Falk's biggest hit, he was an active producer, DJ, songwriter, and instrumentalist in the music industry since the 1980s, and won three Swedish Grammy awards in his career. According to All Music, Falk spent the '80s playing bass for Richard Lloyd and Mary Wilson-Piper. He also founded the Swedish alternative group Imperiet, and played in the band Madhouse and the Joakim Thåstrom-fronted ensemble, the Empire, as Swedish site MusikIndustrin.se reports.

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    Coolio Talks PornHub and Sexual Cleanliness

    Coolio bit back at TMZ's reports that the '90s rapper signed a record deal with online smut behemoth PornHub. "They made that shit up completely," Coolio told Rolling Stone. "I didn't talk to [TMZ] about shit, and they didn't ask me any questions." He also denied that he has an album for PornHub in the works, although: "If they pay me enough money, fuck yeah, I'll do an album exclusively for PornHub."Nevertheless, Billboard reports that he does have plans to release a track — "Take It to the Hub," the song featured in the video TMZ posted — with the site in the next few weeks.

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    Katy Perry Pays Tribute to Taco Shop Babes in 'This Is How We Do' Video

    Katy Perry has hardly slipped from the charts since she released "Roar," the first single from Prism, last August. Since then, she's cranked out a steady stream of singles from the album — one of which is the most-streamed track of the year so far — and the latest arrives today in the form of a neon lyric video for "This Is How We Do." Although not quite as riveting as the future-Egyptian-themed clip for "Dark Horse," this one is almost as stunning: technicolor lights and bold, retro fonts flash across the screen like an old arcade game. The track itself is another ode to the stereotype of California living, an rave-pop homage to scoping out babes at Santa Barbara taco shops, getting manicures, and — surprise! — partying. 

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    Hear Jessie Ware, Julio Bashmore, and the xx's Romy Madley-Croft 'Share It All'

    Last week, we got word that Jessie Ware's lined up an impressive list of collaborators for her upcoming album, Tough Love. Miguel, Ed Sheeran, one-half of Simian Mobile Disco, and Julio Bashmore have all been tapped to contribute, and today she reveals a joint effort with the latter producer. In fact, "Share It All," heard below, is the product of an alliance between Ware, Bashmore, and the xx's Romy Madley-Croft, who pitched in on songwriting duties.Compared to, say, the flirty house/pop track "110%," this Jessie/Julio collab is all sultry vibes: Bashmore's steadily rocking beat cradles dry claps, teensy bleep-bloops, and Ware's wispy vocals. It looks like Tough Love is shaping up to be full of slow-jams, as both the singles that have surfaced so far have featured languid drums.

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    'Weird Al'-Themed Porn Exists

    At first blush, a pornography shoot inspired by "Weird Al" Yankovic seems like a pretty random idea. However, artists often seem sexier after they release a No. 1 album, so perhaps that explains why porn/comedy site WoodRocket posted a nude photo shoot inspired by the musical wisecracker's film UHF: Yankovic's most recent LP, Mandatory Fun, is the first comedy album to top the charts in about four decades. Part of its success can be attributed to the eight videos he released last week, which we ranked along with the other clips in his catalog. Originally released in 1989, UHF mocks low-budget TV stations, which makes WoodRocket's "naked tribute" a parody of a parody.

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    Lily Allen Reflects on a Life Spent at Glastonbury in New Video

    "I've been to Glastonbury pretty much every year since I was born," Lily Allen says at the beginning of her new video, holding up a picture to the camera. It's a photo of Allen with her father, Keith, around 1986, the year after Allen was born. From there, the video flashes forward a few years — Allen as a pink-haired teenager, performing her first Glastonbury gig, meeting her now-husband — and lands in this year's installment of the festival. The clip must have been shot the first day or so of the blowout, because we heard that Glastonbury 2014 was a pretty rainy affair, yet the sky is clear in this clip."Glastonbury has always been a huge part of my life, and I wanted to make this video there to celebrate the spirit of the festival and also to show how my life has changed since the last time I played there," Allen wrote in a press release posted on Pitchfork.

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    Smashing Pumpkins Complete New Album, Reveal Track List

    Every time news from the Smashing Pumpkins camp comes across our desks, it feels like we're barely keeping up with everything frontman Billy Corgan is up to. Since March, he has released an avant-garde double album, announced the 2015 arrival of two new Smashing Pumpkins LPs, started to put together a six-disc reissue of Adore, and replaced drummer Mike Byrne with Mötley Crüe heavyweight Tommy Lee. Earlier this week, Corgan posted on the band's website that the group has already completed the first of the two new albums to hit shelves next year, Monuments to an Elegy. "I'd like to boast and say it's some newly invented form," Corgan wrote.

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    Sad Jack White's Cubs Photo Is Part of a Disturbing Trend

    A photo of Jack White pouting at a Chicago Cubs game has inspired a lot of speculation as to the cause the White Stripes founder's distress — it just seems so out of place in such an uplifting environment, right? Well, baseball games aren't fun to everyone, and it looks like White is not a fan. Or he is, and he's a masochist. Over the past few weeks, the Instagram account for his Third Man Records label has posted a series of photos of the man at games, or holding baseball paraphernalia, and he doesn't look very happy in most of them.Our theory: Someone has been dragging Jack White to baseball games before his gigs and forcing him to pose for Instagram snapshots to commemorate the miserable events.

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    Duran Duran Take Their Fan Club to Court

    Out of all the lawsuits that have cropped up in the news this week, the one filed by '80s new wave icons Duran Duran is definitely the most ironic — it's against the band's own fan club. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the British quartet is seeking $40,000 in damages from Worldwide Fan Clubs, Inc., the company they hired to establish and run a Duran Duran fan club in 2010.Court documents allege that the business failed to uphold the responsibilities outlined in its contract with the group, which stipulated that WFC would store and sell Duran Duran merchandise, collect membership fees, keep accurate records and accounts, and turn over 75 percent of its profits to the band. And according to Duran Duran, their own fan club has been holding out on them.

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