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Britta Plyler
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  • There have been some seemingly random leaks of Lana Del Rey songs in the last few weeks and now we have another. The new track "Maha Maha" has those addictive and hypnotic qualities that have become synonymous with Del Rey. We don't know yet if this song is an old castaway or if it belongs to an upcoming album, either way, enjoy. [Stereogum]

  • On September 24, Universal Records will release the 20th anniversary deluxe collection of Nirvana's In Utero. The four-disk box set will include 70 "remastered, remixed, rare, unreleased and live recordings” and a complete recording of their "Live and Loud" concert on Pier 48 from December 1993. Check out Nirvana's performance of "Drain You" at their "Live and Loud" concert, below. [CoS]

  • Nine Inch Nails comeback tour is proving to be a new song testing ground. Today, we have video of another fresh, new song from their upcoming, Hesitation Marks, album. While performing at South Korea's Ansan Valley Rock Festival, the band debuted an angsty new track called "Disappointment." The new song starts at around 5:45 on the video below. [Pitchfork]

  • TV on the Radio has shared their first taste of new music since 2011's Nine Types of Light. In an interview with the Huffington Post, frontman Kyp Malone said the band "couldn’t be more excited to be getting back into it, all together." Their energetic, pulsating track "Mercy" makes it seem like they didn't have any problem getting back in sync. [CoS]

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