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Seratones On Mountain Stage

The psych-soul-rock hell-raisers from Shreveport, La., make their Mountain Stage debut.

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Wolves In The Throne Room Blazes Through 'Born From The Serpent's Eye'

In its first-ever music video, the black-metal band plays a section of its barbaric and regal new song in front of a roaring bonfire.

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Torres Disrupts Domestic Boredom In 'Three Futures' Video

Mackenzie Scott portrays a housewife in curls, a husband in a cowboy hat, and herself in a video for the gorgeously languid title track for Three Futures, out this September.

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For 'On My Side,' Gordi Channels The Celebratory Spirit Of Jónsi

The singer has released a string of gorgeously gloomy covers and singles, but in "On My Side," she unveils a sound that's more vibrant — even playful.

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Japanese Breakfast's 'Road Head' Hits That State Between Wired And Zoned Out

In a new video, Michelle Zauner smokes cigarettes and bobs along to an absolutely hypnotic bass line with some chill alien dude, driving nowhere in a cool car and eating cheap ramen.

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Nirvana Played An Empty Radio Shack On The Road To Fame

The legendary punk band takes over an electronics equipment store for a silly, endearing and extremely DIY music video shoot... of sorts.

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The xx's Video For 'I Dare You' Is A Love Letter To Los Angeles

Starring Millie Bobby Brown (Stranger Things) and Ashton Sanders (Moonlight, The Retrieval), "I Dare You" unfolds like a short film in a beautifully saturated L.A.

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Sean Rowe On Mountain Stage

Hear the blues-folk musician's soulful, gravelly thunder return to Mountain Stage at the Culture Center Theater in West Virginia.

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Widowspeak Announces A New Album, Kicks It Off With 'Dog'

Molly Hamilton channels an animal's mindset in the dreamily yearning first single from Expect The Best, due out August 25.

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Watch Nine Inch Nails' Dimly Lit And Creepy Performance On 'Twin Peaks'

Trent Reznor and crew are the latest band to play the "roadhouse" on Twin Peaks. In the TV show's most caustic performance, yet, the band howls through "She's Gone Away."