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By Dylan Tracy · 13 February 2013
The Weeknd releases a dark, nihilistic video in the very same vein as previous songs, with plenty of nude women and plenty of emotion.
By Dylan Tracy · 30 January 2013
Guards' In Guards We Trust is a remarkably decadent album, filled with ambition. Stream it for a limited time, courtesy of Pitchfork Advance.
Contributed to a Philips campaign, the new Washed Out track literally adds every element as it comes along. You've gotta experience this.
By Dylan Tracy · 25 January 2013
The Flaming Lips have announced their next studio album!
Iceage's new video is a blurry, abrasive death trap. Second album drops on February 18.
By Dylan Tracy · 23 January 2013
Foals release an excellent video for an excellent song. Check this out! New album on February 12.
By Dylan Tracy · 16 January 2013
Parquet Courts' is an band from New York and Texas. They have created a masterpiece in "Borrowed Time". Listen on... forever.
Beach Fossils release a new track in anticipation for their new album, Clash The Truth. Listen to this groovy bass line and don't look back.
By Dylan Tracy · 15 January 2013
Toro Y Moi's anticipated release is finally available to stream! Sit back and get mesmerized by the new sound.
Foxygen's new album with a really long title has a official stream! Check this out and lose yourself in the delicious, psych haze.
By Dylan Tracy · 14 January 2013
The side project of Trent Reznor has finally announced a new album with a new video! How To Destroy Angels announce their debut, Welcome Oblivion.
By Dylan Tracy · 10 January 2013
Mac DeMarco releases a new, kooky video to "Dreamin". Listen on and watch him prance around in a white wig and black lips.
A new song from Guards will make you feel like you're watching the end of a very inspirational film. Fireworks explode. Bliss. Roll credits.
By Dylan Tracy · 09 January 2013
Christopher Owens has released a new, bright, and ambitious album filled with great songs. Stream away, peeps.
The Men release a new track and announce a new album, New Moon. Here's to hoping is as... electrifying as this song.
Iceage releases an abrasive, percussive punk song that is more of the same from the Danish four-piece. Listen on and lose some eardrum function.