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    MNDR Team With Duran Duran's Nick Rhodes for TV Mania Remix

    The idea behind Duran Duran keyboardist Nick Rhodes and the band's former guitarist Warren Cuccurullo's side project TV Mania was so prescient, it's a little eerie: in the '90s, the two began work on what they imagined to be the soundtrack to a television show about a family who traded their freedom for reality-TV fame. The concept will come to full fruition on March 11 with the release of their new album Bored with Prozac and the Internet?. "Beautiful Clothes" tracks how the daughter will do anything to get her name in lights, and we've got a remix of the track via the brilliant MNDR and Peter Wade right here. Here's what Rhodes told us about it:“I first met MNDR when she interviewed me a few years ago about analogue synthesizers, a passion we both share. She played me some of her demos which sounded particularly inspired, so I was thrilled to hear her finished album.

  • 5 Best New Artists for March '13

    5 Best New Artists for March '13

    From a San Franciscan power-pop craftsman to a Glaswegian trio of synth-pop supernovas to a veteran Louisiana rapper finally on the rise, here are five artists you should hear — right now. DAVID BEVAN, PHILIP SHERBURNE, and BRANDON SODERBERG

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    The Breeders' 'Last Splash' Reissue 'LSXX': What's Inside the Big Box

    As SPIN has excitedly noted many times, the Breeders are celebrating the anniversary of one of our favorite albums, 1993's Last Splash, with a special tour featuring the album's lineup (Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson) and LSXX, a massive reissue of the platinum LP that's due April 23, 2013 on 4AD. Now we finally know what will be inside the limited-edition, seven-disc vinyl box set (which will also be sold as a three-CD package) — a plethora of previously unreleased tracks packaged up in artwork by the brilliant British designer Vaughan Oliver, who is responsible for all of Pixies' visionary album covers, and who also handled Last Splash.

  • Rolling in the Deep: Hip-Hop's Greatest Molly Moments

    Rolling in the Deep: Hip-Hop's Greatest Molly Moments

    It all started out as a weight-loss gambit. In 1913, German pharmaceutical company Merck patented MDMA (née "3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methamphetamine") for use as a diet pill, beginning the country's long history with the drug (shout-out to trance music). Barring studies and a little experimenting by the U.S. Army during the MKUltra years, it mostly sat on ice for about 60 years; but around 1970, love-addled youth began experimenting recreationally. During the '80s, the drug was known on the streets as "ecstasy" and became more widely used for its euphoria-inducing properties — famed Manhattan nightclubs Paradise Garage and Studio 54 were havens.

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    good kid, New York City: Kendrick Lamar Takes Roseland

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    Hear the Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Groovy 'Mosquito' Epic 'Sacrilege'

    Yeah Yeah Yeahs' first Mosquito single is here, and it's a "Like a Prayer"-style spine-tingler featuring — yes — a 24-piece choir. SPIN is extremely psyched to bring you the U.S. premiere of the New York trio's first track off their April 16 album. The song, which was produced by David Andrew Sitek and Nick Launay, recalls the drama of Karen O's "psycho opera" Stop the Virgens with a solid throwback groove, keys by longtime Beastie Boys collaborator Money Mark (who appeared in the Virgens band), and a hauntingly intense vocal from the trio's gifted frontwoman.When Karen O, Nick Zinner, and Brian Chase announced the new LP, Karen O explained the new album is meant to stir up emotions. "We would love for this music to make our fans feel something, for it to stir some shit up inside of them, whatever that may be," she said.

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    Kendrick Lamar Will Headline SPIN's Annual Austin Throwdown

    At around this time last year, Compton's Kendrick Lamar was just another underground rapper with potential and a forthcoming major-label debut. Fast forward to today and he may be hip-hop's brightest star — an accomplished, moving storyteller whose good kid, m.A.A.d city flaunted the industry by proving that there's still no formula to pop success. The album topped many critics’ lists in 2012 and is nudging up against platinum certification while appealing equally to teens sculpting the zeitgeist and old heads who haven't touched a radio dial in 15 years.On Friday, March 15, Lamar will bring his spotlight to Austin, Texas, where he'll headline our annual musical bacchanal at the legendarily finger-lickin' Stubb's BBQ. We'll reveal the rest of the lineup soon, along with info about how you can win the chance to attend this historic throwdown!

  • Yes He Can: Inside SPIN's February Dave Grohl Cover Story

    Yes He Can: Inside SPIN's February Dave Grohl Cover Story

    The first time Dave Grohl appeared on the cover of SPIN was January 1992, when Lauren Spencer excitedly wrote, "Return to your seats, buckle up, and say your prayers: Nirvana is on a collision course with the world." Tomorrow, Grohl will grace his seventh SPIN cover, and this time it's the 44-year-old multihyphenate who's doing the gushing: "Can you imagine? Never in my wildest dreams did I think that in one evening I'd play Creedence Clearwater Revival's 'Proud Mary' with John Fogerty, Fear's 'Beef Bologna' with Lee Ving, and Masters of Reality's 'Blue Garden' with Chris Goss. It was like my ultimate mixtape."Grohl was (excitedly) discussing the live debut of his Sound City Players, the collection of musicians he assembled both to a) promote his documentary about the storied L.A.

  • Watch Tegan and Sara Interrogate Ben Lee and Ione Skye

    Watch Tegan and Sara Interrogate Ben Lee and Ione Skye

    To help launch their SPIN Essential album Heartthrob, Tegan and Sara put some of their famous friends on the hot seat, asking them to dredge up memories of the heatthrobs that defined their childhoods. Today, SPIN brings you the final installment in the interview series as the band launches its tour in New York City and we say farewell to the sisters' SPIN cover (we'll be announcing who our next cover star is a little later today).The group's final subjects are an appropriate pair, a duo of onetime teen idols who are now married — Aussie musician Ben Lee and actress Ione Skye, whose teenage dreams were a little different. Skye's obsession: Woody Allen. Lee's: Mötley Crüe. But did he think they were hot?

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    2 Chainz Kindly Poses for Photo With Cops Who Arrested Him

    Around 11 hours ago, 2 Chainz' Twitter account started lighting up with frustrated missives. The reason? He was busted in Maryland for marijuana possession (a charge he denies) and then asked to pose for a photo with his arresting officers:Locked me up and then Wanted pictures smh instagr.am/p/VvSPnWTYS7/— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) February 15, 2013According to TMZ, 2 Chainz was traveling in a white van carrying six other passengers that was pulled over by Maryland State Police at approximately 10 p.m. in Easton. He was booked and released for weed possession, but announced on Twitter the only thing he was holding was a grinder ("We to jail for a grinder??? REALLY???"). Despite the legal snafu, the rapper who has a gift for saying his own name made it to his scheduled show at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.Whose weed was in the van is still in question.

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