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Wye Oak’s Entire New Album, ‘Tween,’ Is Out Today

Baltimore duo Wye Oak have been quietly working on the follow-up to 2014's Shriek, but Andy Stack and Jenn Wasner aren't keeping mum any longer: Their gauzy, psychedelia-inflected fourth…
Anna Gaca / June 9, 2016

Beyoncé Sued by Independent Filmmaker for Allegedly Copying ‘Lemonade’ Trailer

By most accounts, Beyoncé was hyper-vigilant in distributing credits for her recent "visual album," Lemonade: the Yeah Yeah Yeahs got one because Ezra Koenig riffed on their…
Anna Gaca / June 9, 2016

Usher Enlists Young Thug for ‘No Limit’

It's been two years since Usher last charted as a lead artist with the Juicy J-assisted "I Don't Mind." Now, the 37-year-old hitmaker attempts to end the…
Brian Josephs / June 9, 2016

Stream Mitski’s ‘Puberty 2′ in Full

Lo-fi luminary Mitski Miyawaki will release her fourth album, Puberty 2, on June 17 via Dead Oceans. From the record, she's already dropped two singles:…
Rachel Brodsky / June 9, 2016

Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Wale Reconnect for ‘Make It Work’

Things are looking up for Maybach Music Group. Wale has a new album on the way, and Meek Mill is almost done with house arrest. Self Made…
Brian Josephs / June 8, 2016

Trip Metal Fest: Smoke Machines and Busted Eardrums

As a study in contradictions, the Mexicantown region of Detroit delivers. A lush, sprawling park sits next to rows of vacant brick buildings and lots…
Raymond Cummings / June 8, 2016

Ed Sheeran Sued for $20 Million for Allegedly Stealing ‘X-Factor’ Winner’s Song

Pop singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is now the target of a pretty bitter, potentially expensive lawsuit, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard are suing Sheeran…
Brian Josephs / June 8, 2016

Spencer Pratt: Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ Is the ‘Most Obvious Marketing Stunt On the Whole Planet’

When SPIN interviewed Spencer Pratt seven years ago, he was an aspiring rapper — you know, in addition to being television's most reviled villain on MTV's sort-of reality…
Rachel Brodsky / June 8, 2016

Justin Bieber’s ‘Company’ Video Is the World’s Most Expensive Tinder Profile

Lonely boy Justin Bieber wants your "Company," and like a thirsty dude with his Instagram linked to Tinder, he wants to show you everything he has…
Anna Gaca / June 8, 2016

Blink-182 Keep the Hype Train Rolling With ‘Rabbit Hole’

Blink-182 has a new song out and it's a lot longer than 14 seconds. Beats 1 premiered "Rabbit Hole," the third song (following "Bored to…
Brian Josephs / June 8, 2016

The Kills Menacingly Strip Down Rihanna’s ‘Desperado’ for SiriusXM

The Kills are known for their scorched-earth brand of electro-rock burners — their new record Ash & Ice comfortably follows suit — but today they've stripped their…
Brennan Carley / June 8, 2016

DJ Shadow Teams Up With Nils Frahm on ‘Bergschrund’

DJ Shadow claims he's moved away from the sampling techniques that made him famous on The Mountain Will Fall, his upcoming fifth studio album. The title…
Brian Josephs / June 8, 2016

MNEK Dances Through Heartache in ‘At Night (I Think About You)’ Video

Music videos in which artists sing about heartache in a bedroom is something of a lost art (see: Destiny's Child's "Say My Name" and Brandy's "Have…
Brian Josephs / June 8, 2016

Hundred Waters, Skrillex, and Chance the Rapper Tell Stephen Colbert to ‘Show Me Love’

Skrillex's Chance the Rapper-featuring remix of Hundred Waters' feel-good "Show Me Love" may well be a one-off, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy it…
Anna Gaca / June 8, 2016

Unknown Mortal Orchestra Did Their Grateful Dead ‘Shakedown Street’ Cover for ‘Conan’

Unknown Mortal Orchestra's warm embrace of a last album Multi-Love came out just over a year ago, but the kaleidoscopic band's still grinding on its behalf, making…
Brennan Carley / June 8, 2016
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