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  • RZA and System of a Down's Shavo Odadjian Release Collaborative Album as Achozen

    RZA and System of a Down's Shavo Odadjian's long-gestating project Achozen have released eight new tracks, as Rolling Stone reports. They're being sold with a limited edition version of the Boombotix Boombot Pro portable speaker. George Clinton and former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante are featured on the tracks, […]

  • Best Coast Share "Feeling Ok" Video

    Best Coast have shared the video for "Feeling Ok", from this year's California Nights. It was premiered through Apple Music's Connect feature, following an interview that Beats 1 host Zane Lowe conducted with the band's Bethany Cosentino. Directed by Mathy & Fran, it features the band acting out several scenes of suburban life; you can […]

  • Mark Kozelek to Release Spoken Word Album, Collaborating With Slowdive's Rachel Goswell

    Mark Kozelek will collaborate with Argentine actor Nicolás Pauls on Dreams of Childhood, a spoken word album that will be sold for charity, as Stereogum points out. It features 11 poems "written by street kids in Argentina," according to Sun Kil Moon's website. Kozelek recites the poems in English, while Pauls does them in Spanish. The […]

  • Kendrick Lamar's Reebok Sneakers Promote Peace Between Gangs

    Photo via Reebok Kendrick Lamar's new designs for Reebok have been revealed, as Complex points out. His take on the Reebok Ventilator features red accents on one shoe and blue accents on the other, as well as tags that read "neutral". It's a nod to Lamar's push for peace between Bloods (red) and Crips (blue) in his native […]

  • Windhand Announce <i>Grief's Infernal Flower</i>, Share "Two Urns", Plot Tour

    The Richmond-based doom outfit Windhand are following up 2013's Soma with new album Grief's Infernal Flower. It's out September 18 via Relapse. Check out the radio edit of the album's opening track "Two Urns" above. (It's still six-and-a-half minutes long.) Grief's Infernal Flower was produced by Jack Endino […]

  • Caribou Shares New Daphni Track "Vikram"

    Caribou's Dan Snaith has shared another new track as Daphni. "Vikram" follows "Usha", his edit of Indian artist Usha Uthup's "Main Gul Badan" and Alex Israel's "Colugo". Listen to it above, and grab it as a free download over at his Soundcloud. Read our "5-10-15-20" interview with Snaith. Watch Caribou's set at […]

  • New Order Enlist Iggy Pop, the Killers' Brandon Flowers, La Roux for New Album

    Photo by Nick Wilson New Order have announced a few guests for Music Complete, the follow-up to 2013's Lost Sirens and their first album without Peter Hook. La Roux's Elly Jackson, the Killers' Brandon Flowers, and Iggy Pop all appear on the record. Jackson sings on "Tutti Frutti", "People on the High Line", and "Plastic"; Flowers […]

  • Dave Grohl Covers Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl" With Pearl Jam, Blind Melon Members at Motorcycle Rally

    Broken leg, shrmoken leg: Earlier in the day on July 4, before Dave Grohl took the stage atop an elaborate light-up throne at Foo Fighters' 20th anniversary Fourth of July blowout at RFK Stadium, Grohl stopped by a motorcycle rally in Washington, DC, as Spin points out.  Below, watch video of Grohl […]

  • Godspeed You! Black Emperor Announce Tour

    Photo by Eva Vermandel Godspeed You! Black Emperor have announced a tour in support of this year's Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress. It begins in September, and continues through October before concluding at Pitchfork Festival Paris. Check out the schedule below. Godspeed You! Black Emperor:09-09 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club09-10 Raleigh, NC - […]

  • Ought Announce New Album <i>Sun Coming Down</i>, Share "Beautiful Blue Sky"

    Photo by Hera Chan Ought have announced the follow-up to their excellent debut album More Than Any Other Day. Recorded in the band's native Montreal, Sun Coming Down arrives September 18 via Constellation. "Beautiful Blue Sky" is the fifth track on the album; give it a listen above, and check out the album art and tracklisting […]