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Run the Jewels Drop ‘ooh la la’ Remix With Santa Fe Klan and Mexican Institute of Sound

Run The Jewels shared a remix of  “ooh la la” by Mexican Institute of Sound with an additional verse by Santa Fe Klan. The single picks up Cumbia and Mariachi influences in the remix. Behind Mexican Institute of Sound is Camilo Lara, a Grammy-nominated artist and producer known for his work with Band of Horses and Norah Jones, along with remixes for Beck, Morrissey, Beastie Boys and more. “Making the global […]


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SPIN First Look: UPSAHL Brings Her Bad Bitch Vibes to the Stage

Although we’re thrilled to say deuces to 2020, some epic music came out of a not-so-epic year. UPSAHL dropped her EP Young Life Crisis in the middle of the pandemic, and now she’s bringing her powerful vulnerability and edgy attitude to the stage. Check out SPIN’s exclusive live performance video of UPSAHL’s five-track EP below, plus a special performance of her viral track “Drugs”. Still can’t get enough UPSAHL? Her […]

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Listen to AFI’s Two New Singles, ‘Twisted Tongues’ and ‘Escape From Los Angeles’

AFI is back with their first new tunes since 2018’s The Missing Man EP ahead of the promised release of their upcoming album. After teasing earlier this month that their 11th studio album would be released by the end of the year, the quartet made good on their guarantee of new music “soon” by releasing “Twisted Tongues” and “Escape From Los Angeles” this morning. The two tracks pick up where the […]

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Descendents Bid President Trump Farewell on ‘That’s the Breaks’

Never ones to hide their political leanings, Descendents took aim at outgoing President Trump on their new song, “That’s The Breaks,” which they dedicate to the person they call a “Loser. Big time loser. Delusional loser. SORE loser.” A statement by vocalist Milo Aukerman added, “The time has come. The time is now. Just go, go, GO. I don’t care how. Donald J. Trump, will you please go now!” The track follows […]

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Sia Releases ‘Hey Boy’ Featuring Burna Boy, Shares Tracklist For New LP

Sia is back with a new single, “Hey Boy” featuring Burna Boy, from her forthcoming eighth studio album Music - Songs From And Inspired By The Motion Picture.  She also shared the tracklist from the 14-cut release.  This single follows the release of other tunes, including the original version of “Hey Boy,” “Courage to Change,” “Together” and “Saved My Life.” This new effort will be the pop star’s follow-up to […]


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Built to Spill Side Project Boise Cover Band Unearth Version of David Bowie’s ‘Ashes to Ashes’

When Built to Spill took a hiatus in 2002, singer Doug Martsch decided to meet up with pals in the Boise area for some loose jam sessions. What came from that? Another project, of course. That group, Boise Cover Band, knocked out seven breezy, folk-infused covers for an album that was titled Unoriginal Artists, which was recorded the following year. In addition to Martsch, the group included Ned Evett on fretless guitar, Jon Mullin on […]


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Foo Fighters Release ‘Waiting on a War’

We’re less than a month away from the Foo Fighters releasing their 10th album, Medicine at Midnight. Previously, Dave Grohl and company shared the experimental (by their standards) “Shame Shame” and the straight-up rocker “No Son of Mine.” Today (on Grohl’s 51st birthday no less), the band unveiled their latest Medicine at Midnight song “Waiting on a War.” In a series of tweets shared on Wednesday, Grohl shared the song’s meaning. “As […]

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NOFX Share ‘Linewleum’ Video Featuring M Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold

California punk progenitors NOFX shared a video for their song “‘Linewleum,” a clip featuring M Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold. It’s the first single released from Single Album, which is due out Feb. 26 on Fat Wreck Chords. Single Album is the band’s 14th full-length LP and contains 12 new tracks. It was recorded at Motor Studios in San Francisco with Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, Teenage Bottlerocket). “A song […]

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“Realize,” the opening cut from AC/DC’s massive hit album Power Up, gets the video treatment with a cool black and white clip of a live-in-studio performance of the tune. Another classic, chunky foot-stomper in the AC/DC canon, lyrics including “I got the power to electrify Make or break or satisfy / And feel a chill up and down your spine,” could reflect the rock and roll experience… or be about women. In […]

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