Rock

  • What’s New In Music This Week

    Handsome Furs bring anti-establishment synth-punk, John Maus does lo-fi robot disco, Shabazz Palaces push progression (album of the year?), Red Hot + Rio mix Brazil with the indie set, and one of the F*ck Buttons goes solo as Blanck Mass.

  • Solid Sound Festival 2011 Lineup

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • Listen to New Music From Bon Iver, Stars, Deerhunter, and The Vaccines

  • Mixtape: The Hood Internet: Trillwave

  • What’s New In Music This Week

    This week: Wood's continue with more lo-fi magic, Brooklyn's Ford + Lopatin synthesize and stimulate, Battles' first album without their frontman (still good!), Mark Ronson gets Black Lips polished (for them), Arctic Monkeys continue their journey with a more serious sound.

  • Camp Bisco 2011

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • What’s New In Music This Week

  • Listen to My Morning Jacket, Death Cab and Cults

  • Minty Fresh Beats “Jaydiohead”

    NYC dj/producer Max Tannone crafted this mashup of Jay-Z and Radiohead. Tannone, who also goes by Minty Fresh Beats, got a lot of buzz around this mix, with even Jay-Z tweeting, “There are 3 or 4 real gems on Jaydiohead.” That means it's good.

  • Post Punk Party Mix…Oh Yeah!

  • The Brothers of Chico Dusty

  • Sonic Youth “Mixtape Vol. 8″

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  • Rock Stars Then and Now

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  • The 20 Hottest Rocker Chicks

    No pop tarts or prefab cuties, as delightful as their plasticine sexuality may be. This is 20 chicks who shred ass and look good doing it

  • Mixtape: RADFEST “Back From The Dead”

  • Mixtape: Michael DeFarge “Inkstuds”

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    This week's new albums include releases from Robyn, Pitbull, Devo, Tom Petty and more. Check our capsule reviews.

  • Hail The Villain Interview

  • Dave Matthews Band Taking a Break in 2011

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  • Primus Back On Tour And New Album

  • Steven Van Zandt Said “Born to Run” “Sucks”

    He may have collaborated with Bruce Springsteen since the mid-70s, but he's claiming that he told The Boss that the "Born to Run" album sucked and Springsteen challenged Van Zandt to improve it.