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In New Video, Prophets Of Rage Gives NFL's #TakeAKnee Protest Historical Context

One week after Eminem's anti-Trump tirade, Chuck D's supergroup releases visuals for the "Strength In Numbers" anthem, meant to boost support for the NFL's #TakeAKnee protests.

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Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson just celebrated their 25th anniversary as a band. To celebrate, watch them perform three of their post-"MMMBop" career highlights.

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Watch Fischerspooner and Caroline Polachek's Provocative New Video 'Togetherness'

The bedroom politics dictating a partnership have long been contested; in Fischerspooner's erotically charged new video for the song "Togetherness," they're choreographed.

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First Watch: Until The Ribbon Breaks, 'Here Comes The Feeling'

The video for "Here Comes The Feeling" is filled with images and sounds of "taped" images winding and looping, mirroring a transformative time in the life of frontman Pete Lawrie-Winfield.

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Shamir Reckons With Queer Erasure In 'Straight Boy'

Shamir's new single sounds raw and intimate — like you're having a one-on-one conversation with him about "whitewashing and queer baiting in media."

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Watch the six-time Grammy winner go solo behind the Tiny Desk.

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Landlady

Landlady's music is more than sonic exploration, it's an adventure. The songs can feel a bit drugged-out – a bit high and full of curiosity – but never overly intoxicated or out-of-touch.