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  • The Cure's Robert Smith covered the Twilight Sad's Nobody Wants To Be Here and Nobody Wants To Leave track "There's a Girl in The Corner." The cover will be featured as the B-side of the Twilight Sad's new single "It Was Never The Same," which drops on June 15. [Pitchfork]

  • Calvin Harris' exciting HAIM collaboration "Pray to God" has been retooled by Dutch producer R3Hab. The new version builds slowly before bursting into an intense explosion of synths. Listen to the remix exclusively HERE, it will be officially released on May 26. [Billboard]

  • Caribou's Dan Snaith, aka Daphni, premiered a new track during John Hopkins' BBC Radio 1 Residency. The untitled song was originally written for his New Year's set with Four Tet. You can hear the song HERE around the 27:00 mark. [SPIN]

  • During a London concert, Brandon Flowers brought the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde onstage for a special encore. The duo performed a fantastic rendition of the Pretender's 1986 song "Don't Get Me Wrong." Check it out. [Stereogum]

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