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What a week for new music videos. The summer heat certainly hasn't stopped artists from dropping some of the finest videos of the year so far. Deerhoof released their 13th album this week, and the video for "The Devil and his Anarchic Surrealist Retinue" shows they're are clearly not out of ideas.

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This week was peppered with new tracks from Devendra Banhart, Miguel, Jeezy, and Dizzee Rascal and Calvin Harris. Without going into too much detail, we can tell you they're worth your while to check out. Jeezy's "Magic City Monday" [ft. 2 Chainz and Future] is energetic and vital-sounding,

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There weren't a staggering number of album released today, but the records that were dropped came from all over the music map. Hot Hot Heat returned with their first album since 2010's Future Breeds, unfortunately, the self-titled release will sadly be their last. True Sadness marks the fifth

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If you remember things like puffy stickers, acid-washed tight rolled jeans, and Members Only jackets, the music of Lisa Prank, aka Robin Edwards, will no doubt get you tripping down memory lane in double time. Though her guitar-driven, power-pop punk tunes are decidedly of today, there's something

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Kanye West will premiere the video for The Life of Pablo highlight "Famous" at Los Angeles' The Forum on Friday. The song has been the source of controversy since its inception thanks to Yeezy's infamous couplet "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex/I made that bitch famous." Last week the

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It has been announced that the Afropunk Festival will be keeping Maya Arulpragasam, aka M.I.A., as a headliner. The festival released a statement saying: "AFROPUNK stands in solidarity with the struggles of Black people in America and worldwide, and acknowledge that Black Lives Matter is indeed a

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Yesterday, Titus Andronicus shared a performance video of the previously unreleased song "69 Stones." The performance was shot at Shea Stadium in Brooklyn, New York. The release of the performance video also came with the announcement of the band's "Rocker on the Road Tour," which is in support of

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David Byrne has leant his voice to the rising number of citizens concerned by the gun violence problem in the United States. Moved by the mass shooting on June 12th at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, FL, in which 49 people were killed and a further 53 were injured, the former Talking Heads frontman

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4AD will be releasing another Grateful Dead tribute featuring "covers from The National, Grizzly Bear's Daniel Rossen and Christopher Bear, TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Lee Ranaldo, and more," reports Pitchfork. Back on May 20th, Day of the Dead, a 50-song box set of

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David Lynch is throwing a music festival, and he has gathered some of the most intriguing performers around, including St. Vincent, Robert Plant, and Rhye. The show also boast a performance of music from Twin Peaks featuring Sky Ferreira and Xiu Xiu. Entitled David Lynch's Festival of Disruption,

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Beyoncé has released the video for "Sorry" off her most-recent release, Lemonade. The album was released by way of an hour-long HBO video special, and "Sorry" is the first piece to be released on its own. The video features Serena Williams and was directed by Kahlil Joseph and Beyoncé Knowles

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The Avalanches have released the third song, "Subways," off their upcoming sophomore album Wildflower. Subways is based on a sample of "Transportation" by Chandra, which was originally released in 1980 by the then 12 year old. Earlier this month, The Avalanches dropped "Frankie Sinatra" [ft. MF

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Death From Above 1979 have canceled the remainder of their U.S. tour dates after supporting band AWOLNATION pulled out to tour with newly formed Rage Against The Machine/Public Enemy supergroup Prophets of Rage instead. The Canadian-based noise rock duo had 16 dates left on their tour, which was due

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Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, Pearl Jam and over 150 other artists and record labels have signed "a petition that calls for the reform of "the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)," reports Rolling Stone. The petition states, "Dear Congress: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is broken and no

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Vincent Clarke is a quiet pioneer whose fingerprints are left across a number of some of the most beloved bands in pop culture. Depeche Mode, The Assembly, Yazoo, and perhaps most notably Erasure, have each produced art that has left an indelible mark on the modern world of music. In a career that

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Cage The Elephant are currently preparing to embark on a cross-country stadium tour of the USA, and enjoying the momentum established by their fourth, critically acclaimed album, Tell Me I'm Pretty, produced by Dan Auerbach was released back in December of 2015. The album's lead single, "Mess

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Frank Ocean released a personal statement on his tumblr regarding the recent tragedy in Orlando and relayed his own personal past with injustice. Read the entire letter below: "I read in the paper that my brothers are being thrown from rooftops blindfolded with their hands tied behind their backs

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Yesterday was World Refugee Day and in conjunction with the annual event, Common, Gregory Porter, Keyon Harrold, and Andrea Pizziconi teamed up on a new song, "Running (Refugee Song)." "All of the proceeds from the song will be donated to organizations around the world to offer some support to more

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Chance the Rapper has announced his Magnificent Coloring World Tour that'll get started in August with a stop at San Francisco, California's Outside Lands. Chance has revealed the tour dates for the upcoming North American leg in support of his most recent mixtape, Coloring Book, released in May.

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It looks like J.J. Abrams will be co-producing a TV series about Michael Jackson. Variety reports, "Tavis Smiley is partnering with J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions to develop Smiley's book "Before You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson's Last Days" for Warner Bros. Television."

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