"Brains" has enough energy to get you out the door in the morning, but is still beautifully understated and remarkably deep-sounding. Lower Dens—Nootropics "Brains" All music is for sampling purposes only. Please go out and buy the artists' records. If you would like for us to remove a...

Remember the cute but terribly skinny model Allie Crandell from MTV "The City"? Yes, the one that Kelly Cutrone met and told her she looked really skinny and probably needed to eat a cupcake. Well it appears kelly isn't the only one who thinks the model is a skeletor (just saying lol). Online...

This a band where the "other" tag in iTunes is probably the best way to describe their genre, and any discernable melody seems to appear despite themselves. Yet somehow "Get Got" finds a groove that transmogrifies even Death Grips' most abrasive sounds into something resembling pop. It's a...

With only a handful of songs, the indie pop band managed to perfect a sound somewhere between shoegaze and twee, and inspire countless others to follow in their footsteps. Now, the Slumberland legends are releasing their first newly recorded material since '91 — a collection of Ramones...

Reflecting the "Concrete Jungle" nickname of the Big Apple, a "Cement City" iteration of the pioneering Nike Air Trainer Huarache is on tap for a release later this week. Combining the original Tinker Hatfield-designed cross-training silhouette with a bold new Wolf Grey/Black-Volt color...

With "No Death," Wagner employs only spare guitar and breathy vocals as she strums a lament that is equal parts defiant and tragic. When Wagner sings "No death can tear us apart," the implication, of course, is that the loss is inevitable. It's as haunting a sentiment as it is a melody, and...

Her songs were often gorgeous (see: "We Want Our Things"), but Gonzalez was content to let her voice simmer underneath the vaseline-smeared atmosphere while she served as a vicarious guide through clandestine clubs and underground lounges. With "One Second of Love," the title track on her...

With "Liquorice," Banks takes on a a very different backing track (the rave-ready techno of Lone's "Pineapple Crush"), as she dares a dude to make a move with yet another oral sex come-on: "Bet ya really wanna touch up on the molasses ass / bet ya really wanna tongue up on her kizzat today,...

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The result of a recent Redbull Catwalk studio project with designer Fred Butler, the track has Charli XCX's patent, sultry vocals — somewhere between Pat Benetar and Robert Smith — wrapped around a bouncy steel-drum track. Nevermind the connection between an energy drink, a pop star, and an...

 

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