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Stream Stars’ New Dance Single ‘No One Is Lost’

Canadian indie rock group Stars will put out their newest album, No One Is Lost, on October 14 via ATO Records. Today the band have shared the title track off that album to stream.

The single follows in line with what we previously knew, namely that the synthpop group recorded the album in a studio one floor above a discotheque. “No One Is Lost” is much more chipper and celebratory than previous single “From The Night.” We’re betting it’s thanks to that catchy chorus.

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Stream Caribou’s New Album ‘Our Love’ In Full

Canadian musician and producer Caribou, aka Dan Snaith, will release Our Love on October 7 via City Slang. It’s his sixth album to date and first full-length since 2010′s excellent Swim. So far we’ve heard the immersive “Can’t Do Without You” and title track, but now it’s time to hear the rest. Our Love is streaming in full over at iTunes Radio.

The 10-track effort is a soulful, organic, heartfelt release that features collaborations with Owen Pallett and Jessy Lanza. Snaith told Rolling Stone that he wanted to make something for everyone, not just …

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Mastodon Bring in Twerking Dancers for “The Motherload” Video

If you thought Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda” video had an overload of butt shaking, think again. Metal gurus Mastodon have just shared a new video for “The Motherload” from Once More ‘Round The Sun and it’s giving Minaj’s video a run for its money.

The video sees men in cloaks and women in minimal clothing taking over the floor to see who has the best dance moves. We’re all for friendly competition, but seeing the band perform next to close-up shots of the women feels a little too over-sexualized. It’s part of Minaj’s shtick — but is it part of theirs? …

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ALBUM STREAM: Foxygen – ‘…And Star Power’

LA retro pop duo Foxygen will be dropping their sophomore LP, …And Star Power, on October 14 via Jagjaguwar. According to their press release, it’s 82 minutes of “soft rock indulgences, psych-ward folk, cartoon fantasia, D&D doomrock, and paranoid bathroom rompers” and sees help from Wayne Coyne, Bleached, Of Montreal’s Kevin Barnes, and White Fence’s Tim Presley. If you’re wondering what all of that sounds like, now’s your chance. The album is streaming in full starting today.

We’ve already heard the poppy “How Can You Really” and slow spiller “Cosmic Vibrations,” but now we get …

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Thom Yorke Just Dropped a New Album, ‘Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes,’ Out of Nowhere

Well, there’s some good news to wake up to today. Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke just announced he’s putting out a new album, Tomorrow’s Modern Boxesvia BitTorrent — and we don’t even have to wait. Stream it in full after the jump or go here to purchase it right now.

This isn’t entirely out of nowhere, though. A few days ago, Yorke and his longtime producer and collaborator Nigel Godrich both shared a photo of an unnamed album and artwork by longtime Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood. In a note Yorke and Godrich released to the press today, they explained …

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Watch Wand’s Trippy Cartoon Video for “Flying Golem”

Psych rock band Wand made a smashing debut this year with their full-length Ganglion Reef, tossing out the kind of first record that makes you wonder how much planning went in to make a record so creative. Now they’re keeping those juices flowing in the music video for their lead single Flying Golem.

Directed and animated by Meghan Tryon and Garrett M. Davis, the video sees a seamless blend of pixelated drawings and computer animation morphing to create castles, wizards, and musical magic. With work that’s well woven, it makes it so easy to get lost …

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MUSIC VIDEO: Say Lou Lou – “Games For Girls”

Swedish/Australian pop twins Say Lou Lou have been sprinkling hit songs throughout 2014, namely the dark “Everything We Touch” and sultry “Beloved.” Now they’re back with a new single, and it may be their best yet.

The song, titled “Games For Girls,” has them teaming up with the electronic producer Lindstrøm. It’s a flurry of electro disco and sweet vocals, all the more enhanced by the music video that sees them employing guerilla marketing antics. Considering it was directed by Dimitri Basil of the L.A.-based Welcome to Cult, the craziness makes sense. Watch the video below …

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Watch PUP Wreck Their Car in “Mabu” Music Video

Toronto punks PUP have been up to no good this year — and by that we mean totally killing it. After releasing their self-titled debut back in April and doing a series of tour dates, the four piece group have decided to share a new music video for “Mabu.” This time around, they’re actually killing it.

The song, which is named after the band’s beloved car, sees them put the vehicle out of its misery. They get to work cutting and pasting, turning the four door into a pizza-spinning punkmobile that gets entered into a demolition derby for a final …

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Azealia Banks Shares New Song “Chasing Time”

Last we heard from Harlem rapper Azealia Banks, she had dropped a music video for her new single “Heavy Metal and Reflective.” Now the buzz girl has shared a new song called “Chasing Time” and we may not be able to listen to anything else all day.

“Chasing Time” sees Banks laying down a dreamy swirl of smooth production and quick, rounded raps. It seems ever since she cut herself from Interscope, Banks is shaping her extremely delayed album, Broke With Expensive Taste, exactly how she wants to. If she wanted to prove she’s more than …

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RL Grime Takes It Slow On “Reminder” (Feat. How To Dress Well)

Henry Steinway has mainly utilized RL Grime as an outlet for his trap offerings not suited for Clockwork, but unlike the recently released “Core,” today’s release finds the producer entering completely new territory as Grime. Featuring How to Dress Well, “Reminder” is best described as a The Weeknd-esque R&B cut with sensual crooning and a slow, atmospheric beat suited for relaxation rather than getting rowdy. It’s a surprising route for an electronic scene staple to take, sure, but he absolutely makes it work.

Be sure to give “Reminder” a listen after the jump, and if you enjoy the track, feel …

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P!nk, Dallas Green Unveil Second Single Off Collaborative Album, ‘Rose Ave.’

Yesterday afternoon, Alecia Moore (P!nk) and Dallas Green (City and Colour) joined forces yet again to premiere a new single, “Break the Cycle,” through HuffPost Entertainment. It is the second glimpse we’ve received of the duo’s debut collaborative effort, Rose Ave., and can be streamed in full after the break.

Slightly more grandiose than the outfit’s initial outing, “You and Me,” “Break the Cycle” is a moving track that, like its predecessor, seems fated for repeat listens. Written for P!nk’s mother, listeners are immediately carried away on a breathtaking wave of strings, …

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Flying Lotus Shares New Song “Coronus, The Terminator”

Producer, electronic musician, and general genius Flying Lotus drops his highly-anticipated new album, You’re Dead!, via Warp Records on October 7. It’s a massive 19-track release that is following up 2012′s brilliant Until The Quiet Comes with a more jazz-oriented setup and guest star studded flair. In anticipation of the release, he’s shared single “Coronus, The Terminator.”

Unlike the rhythmic flurry of “Moment of Hesitation” and the edgy point of Kendrick Lamar collab “Never Catch Me,” this song strolls down the psychedelic route with a leisurely yawn. Things begin to get dark at one point, …