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Listen to New 11-Minute Song From Julian Casablancas + The Voidz

Finally, Julian Casablancas + The Voidz have unleashed the first full track off of their upcoming debut LP, 'Tyranny', and just to forewarn you -- it's nothing like you'd expect.

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‘Pop vs. Jock’ Charity Basketball Game to Feature Members of Arcade Fire, the Strokes + Bon Iver

Now a regular part of the annual Pop Montreal Festival, the 'Pop vs. Jock' charity basketball game has featured many popular musicians over the last couple of years.

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‘NBA 2K15′ Soundtrack Features the Strokes, Lorde + More

Pharrell Williams curates the soundtrack to the upcoming installment in the NBA 2K video game franchise and one thing is clear: he won't be passing (over) the rock.

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Michael Buckner, Getty Images

The Strokes Tease 2014 Return

If you’ve been missing the Strokes since ‘Comedown Machine’ — which landed in March of this year — fear not. In a newsletter to fans, the NYC rockers have announced plans to return in the coming year.

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Julian Casablancas of the Strokes by Simone Joyner
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10 Things You Might Not Know About the Strokes

Even if Julian Casablancas and his his leather-clad brethren have faded from view in recent years, they're one of the biggest rock 'n' roll stories of the last 15 years. And as with any good story, there's more than meets the eye.

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(left to right) Dawes is Taylor Goldsmith, Tay Strathairn, Griffin Goldsmith, Wylie Gelber | Photo by Noah Abrams

Dawes, ‘Stories Don’t End’ – Album Review

Dawes is one of those rare rock acts -- think Kings of Leon or Ray LaMontagne -- that glides effortlessly between popular music and a believably vintage-sounding aesthetic. Singer Taylor Goldsmith’s analog lead vocals may be unique for the ProTools-era listener, but his delivery is, unquestionably, a chip off of Jackson Browne’s old block. (Somewhat ironically, the band has backed Browne on tour). Which, in recent years, has left us scratching our heads. Does this band have an authenticity problem, or is this the sound of rock music’s Next Big Thing?

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The Strokes, ‘Comedown Machine’ – Album Review

If 2011’s ‘Angles’ was the Strokes’ return to New York City scuzz-rock by way of ‘80s New Wave, ‘90s indie rock and a few other reference-point alternatives thrown in for good measure, their fifth album, ‘Comedown Machine,’ is a hollow, synth-driven mess that aims to reinvent their image. Or at least their reputation.

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The Strokes, ‘Fast Animals’ [Listen]

If you've heard the Strokes' new album, 'Comedown Machine,' in its entirety and are already pining for more music from the NYC rockers, you're in luck: 'Slow Animals,' the B-side off the forthcoming 7-inch vinyl edition of the band's 'All the Time' single, is now available for your listening pleasure. 

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The Strokes Stream New Album ‘Comedown Machine’ Ahead of Next Week’s Release

Can't wait a second longer for the new Strokes' album, 'Comedown Machine?' You've already had a chance to hear 'One Way Trigger' and first single 'All the Time,' but now you can dig in to the disc's other nine tracks, as the entire record is streaming over at Pitchfork ahead of its release next Tuesday (March 26).

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The Strokes, ‘All the Time’ – New Video

There's never a dull moment when you're rolling with the Strokes. The New York rockers certainly have experienced their share of life in the fast lane over years, and the video for 'All the Time,' a tune off their forthcoming 'Comedown Machine' album (out March 26), drives that point home with a barrage of archival clips from throughout the band's career.

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