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How I Could Just Skrill a Man: Hear Cypress Hill Go Dubstep With Rusko

After Cypress Hill lit up (pun intended, clearly) Los Angeles with their special appearance during a 2011 show by dubstep kingpin Rusko, it seems that…
christopherschultz / January 24, 2012

Listen to Porcelain Raft’s ‘Unless You Speak From Your Heart’

Dream-pop journeyman Mauro Remiddi's Porcelain Raft will drop debut full-length Strange Weekend on January 24 via Secretly Canadian. Here's another tune to hold you over…
David Bevan / January 10, 2012

Ceremony Unveil Details for Matador Debut ‘Zoo’

On March 6, Matador will release Zoo, the latest full-length from forward-thinking hardcore outfit Ceremony. While it's their first for the New York indie-rock institution,…
David Bevan / January 6, 2012

Meek Mill Leaks Bosslike New Single ‘Lean With It’

Maybach Music affiliate Meek Mill had a pretty monumental 2011 thanks to his two Rawse-assisted trunk cavers "Ima Boss" and "2Pac Back," not to mention…
christopherschultz / January 3, 2012

Download Cloud Nothings’ Punkiest New Song ‘Stay Useless’

Cleveland lo-fi menace Cloud Nothings have returned with the second taste of their upcoming sophomore album Attack on Memory, due January 24 on the usually…
christopherschultz / December 9, 2011

Hear Main Attrakionz Team Up With Danny Brown and G-Side

On "Suffocation," MondreMAN, one-half of the self-proclaimed "Greatest Duo Ever" — Oakland cloud rap weedheads Main Attrakionz — gets laced with a floating, hazy jam…
SPIN Staff / December 8, 2011

Listen to Nite Jewel’s New Mush-Funk Single ‘One Second of Love’

Nite Jewel, the lo-fi bedroom project of Los Angeles-based multimedia artist Ramona Gonzalez, will follow up her 2009 after-hours gem Good Evening on March 3rd…
Daniel Kreps / December 6, 2011

Hear Paramore’s New Heart-Tugging Ballad ‘In the Mourning’

Paramore take one step further out from underneath any pop-punk genre restrictions on new single "In the Mourning," the third and final entry in the…
Marc Hogan / December 6, 2011

Listen to Mark Lanegan Band’s New Single ‘The Gravedigger’s Song’

It's been seven years since Mark Lanegan released an album without the aid of Isobel Campbell, but that long stretch of not hearing Lanegan's moonshine-drenched…
Daniel Kreps / December 5, 2011

Listen to ‘Jeeper Creeper’ From Yeasayer Side Project Sinkane

Multi-instrumentalist Ahmed Gallab has had his hands on more indie rock bands than Mountain Dew. You may recognize him onstage in bands like of Montreal,…
christopherschultz / December 1, 2011

Stream Band of Skulls’ Tasty New Single ‘Sweet Sour’

SPIN would like to thank the scruffy, meaty Southhampton rockers Band of Skulls for reviewing their new album Sweet Sour in the album title, saving…
christopherschultz / December 1, 2011

Hear ‘Lakutis in the House’ By Das Racist Pal Lakutis

From the same bustling New York hip-hop fraternity that brought you Das Racist, Despot, Mr.Muthafuckin Exquire, and their Detroit pal Danny Brown comes mustachioed rhyme-ripper…
christopherschultz / November 29, 2011

Stream Boris’ Awesome, WTF-Worthy New Album ‘New Album’

Earlier this spring, SPIN raved about Boris's slinky 17th album Attention Please, adding it was "the least 'metal' thing the band have released to date."
christopherschultz / November 29, 2011

Micachu Remixes Matthew Herbert’s Pork Dinner

For One Pig, microhouse producer and found-sound experimentalist Matthew Herbert immortalized one such animal, splicing together audio snippets from its life in chronological order, from…
David Bevan / November 22, 2011

Hear Maria Minerva’s Lo-Fi Gloom-Disco EP ‘Sacred & Profane Love’

Lo-fi avant-diva Maria Minerva is a twentysomething Estonian student making home-brewed disco jams that walk that uneasy line between blissed-out haze and Yoko-style atonality. She's…
christopherschultz / November 16, 2011
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