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Another preview of the band's second album of the year, V.
Timbaland protégé continues her hot streak.
A clever supercut imagines a world in which Brosnan, not Daniel Craig, plays 007.
Few works of legal fiction feel as deliciously droll as Chaitanya Tamhane’s debut.
Dance-punk revivalists return with their sixth LP, and one heck of an album cover.
A next-level Jason Segel as the late David Foster Wallace.
In which they read nonsensical iPhone notes and discuss their songwriting process.
George Lewis Jr. and the band shake off the accident, head back "To The Top".
The Berlin producer reflects on 10 years of running his own label and what it's like to be the only EDM performer at Eaux Claires Festival.
Plus, the Brooklyn outfit's mapped out a North American fall tour.
Track likely dates back to 2008 or 2009, when the Compton MC went by K-Dot.
Their goal is to compel the band to visit the northern Italian city of Cesena.
Plus, the band offers an update on their next album.
Cary Fukunaga's Netflix feature-film looks to change the game.
Neo-folk songwriter wrestles with "human frailty, intimacy, quiet passion, anxiety" on fifth LP.
Experimental outfit's first full-length in six years.
The latest preview of The Hit & Run Album is available through Spotify.
He also preforms a trio of Cherry Bomb tracks.
"Do people have minds?"
The singer-songwriter's fourth album clears the brain of stress, one shove of distortion at a time.