The Governors Ball 2012 Lineup

The Governors Ball 2012 Lineup: one day of dance with Passion Pit, Duck Sauce, Chromeo, James Murphy & Pat Mahoney, Major Lazer, Santigold and Atmosphere. One day of indie & rock with Beck, Modest Mouse, Explosions In The Sky, Devendra Banhart, Cage The Elephant, Built To Spill, Cults, Phantogram and the return of Fiona Apple.

Cults “Everybody Knows” (Live)

To celebrate Leonard Cohen’s legendary 40 years in music and his new album Old Ideas a handful of current artists have recorded a cover of their favorite song of his. The collection is being called Old Ideas With New Friends.

Cults “You Know What I Mean”

Cults go carney in their new one, a 60s send-up complete with the snaps. Brian Oblivion is the not so skillful daredevil who doesn’t quite stick the landing on the wall of fire trick, while Madeline Follin falls in love with him instead of the creepy carney boss.

Smalltown DJs: Best of 2011 Mixtape

This one’s a winner. 32 artists / 32 tracks featuring SBTRKT, Youth Lagoon, Spank Rock, Rainbow Arabia, Destroyer, Real Estate, Phantogram,YACHT, Beastie Boys, Cults, Santigold, Friends, M83 and more.

The Hood Internet: Trillwave 2

The Hood Internet are back with Trillwave 2, once again refusing to stick to one genre at a time. Warren G and Nate Dogg hang with Tori Y Moi, Lil B gets down with Gold Panda, R. Kelly sings over Baths. Get it.

Cults “Go Outside”

Well the name of the band is Cults….The song that started all the buzz finally gets a proper video and of course it’s set in Jonestown, complete with actual footage of Jim Jones and People’s Temple members. Creepy.

Cults “Abducted”

After all the buzz, Cults first album is finally out today, and here’s a fancy new video to go along with it.

What’s New In Music This Week

This week: My Morning Jacket drops album number six, NYC indie-duo Cults makes a first attempt, Eddie Vedder soundtracks Hawaiian bonfires, and Death Cab For Cutie grows up.