Chromeo & Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig + Contest

Chromeo hooked up with Vampire Weekend fontman Ezra Koenig for "I Could Be Wrong," a highlight from Chromeo's new album Business Casual, which is out today. To celebrate this collaboration of indie-pop excess, we've got a Business Casual prize pack to give away. We've got Business Casual on CD and Vinyl, a numbered & signed 18x24 lithograph poster and an American Apparel Business Casual T-Shirt to give out to a reader, as well as CDs for 2 runner ups. Enter and listen to "I Could Be Wrong" after the jump. (Continue Reading)


LISTEN: Brandon Flowers - "Only The Young"

Now this is what I'm talking about BFlo. After listening to the few tracks from Brandon Flowers' solo debut album, made available to us by these great internets, it was too easy to just file Flamingo (that's the name of said album) under The Killers umbrella. But it's campy MGMT-esque pop tunes like "Only The Young" that offer some kind of differentiation between Flowers' world-famous band and, well, Flowers. Hear the track below: (Continue Reading)


LISTEN: Kanye West - "Runaway" f/ Pusha T

On Sunday night, Kanye Westperformed "Runaway" — a possible new single from his upcoming album — at MTV's Video Music Awards with Pusha T. We put up a video of the performance on Sunday night, but it has since been taken down. As if waiting for the cue, the internet has brought us the CD quality version of "Runaway", and it sounds even better than before. Listen to the track below: (Continue Reading)


WATCH: Of Montreal - "Sex Karma" f/ Solange Knowles (Live at Cemetery Gates)

Earlier today we put up our review of False Priest, of Montreal's latest album. We weren't exactly loving it, to be honest, but I can't deny this performance of the Solange Knowles-featuring "Sex Karma" on Pitchfork.tv's Cemetery Gates. (Continue Reading)