Though their individual members have found varying degrees of success in their solo careers, Minneapolis based hip-hop collective Doomtree are blowing up on the strength of their third album, “No Kings.” Touring behind their ambitious effort, the group — Cecil Otter, Dessa, Lazerbeak, Mike Mictlan, Paper Tiger, P.O.S. and Sims — has become one of the most exciting, high-energy live acts around. Watch them perform in our studio on Interface.
Photos by Gino DePinto

Though their individual members have found varying degrees of success in their solo careers, Minneapolis based hip-hop collective Doomtree are blowing up on the strength of their third album, “No Kings.” Touring behind their ambitious effort, the group — Cecil Otter, Dessa, Lazerbeak, Mike Mictlan, Paper Tiger, P.O.S. and Sims — has become one of the most exciting, high-energy live acts around. Watch them perform in our studio on Interface.

Photos by Gino DePinto

Cults - The Interface
The now New York City-based band stopped by Spinner’s The Interface just  after their eponymous debut was released. The result is an intimate  live look at Cults’ hazy and reverb-laden songs.
Check out Cults’ full live performance, interview and gallery now, on The Interface.
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Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

Cults - The Interface

The now New York City-based band stopped by Spinner’s The Interface just after their eponymous debut was released. The result is an intimate live look at Cults’ hazy and reverb-laden songs.

Check out Cults’ full live performance, interview and gallery now, on The Interface.

[Via The Interface]

Photo by Gino DePinto, AOL

Behind-the-scenes with Cults, live on Interface!

Brian Oblivion and Madeline Follin of the Cults, New York’s latest indie buzz band, stopped by AOL Music for an Interface session and exclusive interview with Spinner. Stay tuned for more on this dynamic indie-pop duo!

Photos by Kelly Mahan, AOL

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Vaccines ‘Blow It Up’ at Our First SXSW Pop-Up Show

If SXSW is all about discovering the next big band, you can stop right as it begins, because the Vaccines just kicked things off with the first AOL Pop-Up Show Series of 2011 — thereby, announcing their intention to dominate the year in music. They did this in deeds, not words, as they powered through 30 minutes of music from their Columbia Records debut, ‘What Did You Expect From the Vaccines?’

Watch the band’s entire Pop-Up Set on AOL Music and relive the Vaccines tearing through soon-to-be-hits such as ‘A Lack of Understanding’ and ‘Blow It Up.’

WATCH VACCINES PERFORM AT SXSW

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