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Midas Fall - ‘The Menagerie Inside’ (album stream) (premiere)

The UK band creates a spellbinding blend of post-rock, progressive rock, and goth on their new full-length.

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‘The Transporter Refueled’ Should Actually Be the Transporter, Rejected

An overly familiar pile of action movie clichés lacking the one element -- Jason Statham -- that made the original franchise worthwhile

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Robert Redford and Nick Nolte Return for ‘A Walk in the Woods’

Even as Stephen and Bill reassure each other that they'll walk the Appalachian Trail, thereby demonstrating that their youth isn’t so lost as it seems, that their bodies maintain some resemblance to their memories, you see otherwise.

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Anatomy of a Betrayal in ‘Superman #43’

Lois Lane's betrayal is troubling, but underwhelming.

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4 Sep 2015 // 8:04 AM

Synkro - “Shoreline” (ft. Robert Manos) (audio)

“Shoreline” is an atmospheric, stuttery bit of electronica with half-spoken lyrics that is evidently supposed to sound enigmatic and mysterious.

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4 Sep 2015 // 2:30 AM

Low: Ones and Sixes

Low's Ones and Sixes is surprising for sounding very much of the moment.

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4 Sep 2015 // 2:20 AM

Dâm-Funk: Invite the Light

Modern-day funk prophet Dâm-Funk returns with another massive collection of synthetic retro-futurist funk.

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Yo La Tengo: Stuff Like That There

Yo La Tengo look both inward and outward on their new covers album.

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Cacophonies and Heavenly Choruses: A Cure for the Classical Blues

Is there any term in any field that is more slippery or meaningless or that carries such impossible, historically artificial burdens of meaning as "Classical Music"?

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American Dreams and Road Trips: Packing Up Season 1 of ‘Unplanned America’

In the final two episodes of its first season, the guys seek out the paranormal, settle for the weird, and wrap up their cross-country adventure.

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Triumph of the Wild: We Come with the Dust

The bluesy Americana outlet's sophomore release leaves them in the dust.

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Bingham Prize Winner Jack Livings on Imagining China

Award-winning fiction writer Jack Livings discusses his new book, The Dog, and the importance of writing with moral purpose.

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Paul Theroux’s ‘Deep South’ Takes Us Inside America’s Third World

After a career spent traveling the world, Paul Theroux makes a revelatory journey through the blighted, wounded, struggling, well-armed, and resilient small towns of the American South.

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2 Sep 2015 // 3:30 PM

Girls Names - “A Hunger Artist” (video) (Singles Going Steady)

Directed by Matthew Reed, Girls Names' new video is an homage to British music TV of the '70s and '80s.

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Bauda - “Vigil” (audio) (premiere)

The Chilean band follow the example of Anathema and Porcupine tree and come through with a revelatory progressive rock track of their own.

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2 Sep 2015 // 2:30 PM

Slim Twig - “Fadeout Killer” (video)

Director David Rendall explains, “It's about a runner running a race against no one. He finds himself pulled between two worlds -- one real and one ethereal."

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Carrie Underwood - “Smoke Break” (video) (Singles Going Steady)

Sometimes we all need a smoke break, whether we smoke or not.

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A$AP Rocky – “Everyday” (feat. Rod Stewart, Miguel, & Mark Ronson) (video)

A$AP Rocky teams up with Rod Stewart, Miguel, and Mark Ronson for his new video.

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2 Sep 2015 // 11:30 AM

Hurts - “Lights” (video) (Singles Going Steady)

Hurts tapped acclaimed director Dawn Shadforth for their latest video, the seven-minute "Lights".

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2 Sep 2015 // 10:29 AM

U.S. Girls - “Window Shades” (video) (Singles Going Steady)

U.S. Girls' debut Half Free releases later this month. Meanwhile, their new single is constructed around a beat from Gloria Ann Taylor's disco song "Love Is a Hurting Thing".

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Country Fried Rock: Drivin' N' Cryin' to Be Inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame

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""If Drivin' N' Cryin' sounded as good in the '80s as we do now, we could have been as big as Cinderella." -- Kevn Kinney

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