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On his latest mixtape, rapper Action Bronson teams up with legendary producer the Alchemist for an opulent celebration of excess.
'Dream On,' the second album from Brooklyn dance noise innovator Ital, is a stark companion piece to the more evanescent 'Hive Mind.'
Compton's Kendrick Lamar paints a starling and loving portrait of his city, while at the same time crafting a narrative of self-discovery.
Lead singer Jon Philpot loves us, it's cool.
Raj Haldar's heady hip-hop
Bowerbirds reunites and steps into 'The Clearing'
Tales from the mail room
Donald Glover toys with a different 'Community'
News about a giant building, what the new Facebook search means and the 'Week In Grohl'
The late '90s return in a big way, Lemmy has headphones and the world is still bullshit
The week in Dave Grohl. And, oh yeah, some other stuff too.
Feel better Justin Bieber. We're all pulling for you.
From gamepad to beatpad, inside Gerald Bailey's lost 'Weekend'
Wu Lyf goes on
'Blood Tears' arrives September 17 via Mono Prism
The duo's sophomore LP arrives in September via Moshi Moshi
Andrew W.K., Amber Tamblyn and the return of your favorite puppet
'lousy with sylvianbriar' arrives October 8 via Polyvinyl
Listen to "Wooly Robot," a pummeling remix of 'Hummingbird' stand-out "Wooly Mammoth"
'Dynamics' comes out later this year
Feel the 'Hate' on August 20 via Merge
'Random Access Memories' will be available for humans on May 21
It's bug vs. human in this skin-crawling clip
The Black Lips, King Tuff, The Gories, King Khan and more contribute songs to the 15 track comp
Brooklyn indie-rock group spreads its "Sorrow" all over the world
The Richmond singer strips down the songs from his ornate debut 'Big Inner'
The Los Angeles punk group delivered pop hooks and cat jokes to a friendly (and physical) audience
Songs about clowns, T-shirt purchases and the perils of politeness with the rising Nashville artist
The ex-Battles-frontman-turned-composer debuted his latest piece, titled "HIVE," for a crowd of eager onlookers at the historic museum
The slowcore pioneers teamed up with the ACME String Quartet as part of the Wordless Music Series
Arthur Ashin and his band emerged from the shadows and laid their 'Anxiety' out for all to see
How much psych-rock can one man take? A lot, apparently.
LOUD. LOUD. LOUD. Yes, very loud.
Punk energy and power-pop professionalism from the retro Brooklyn garage rock band
Pittsburgh psych-pop enigmas bring their 'Juicy' new songs to New York
CMJ favorites return to the scene of the crime
Saxophones, sore throats and Donald Duck