The best new pop, country, R&B, and rock for February, in no particular order.
Cheers to the freakin' weekend.
If you've ever been skiing or snowboarding, this is your nightmare.
Here's your newest obsession, whether you're into Justin Timberlake, Arcade Fire, Adele, Drake, or Avicii.
The most innovative, clever, beautiful, and bonkers clips of the year.
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Caroline Polachek of Chairlift and Jorge Elbrecht of Violens, together known as SGINNED, reverse-engineered the Justin Bieber song "Never Let You Go" from scratch, changing the lyrics while also syncing them to Biebs' lip movements in the video.
Ah snap, now Kayne's f'n with the compression artifacts too.
Chairlift's music video for Evident Utensil looks like a tripped out, badly encoded walk through the countryside.
The new commercial for the 4th generation iPod Nano is out which also means the next big indie band is about to go mainstream.