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According to his Twitter, Dev Hynes and girlfriend Samantha Urbani were assaulted by security guards following their set at Lollapalooza. The Blood Orange singer and Urbani had worn homemade shirts…   Read Story »
2012's Devotion, the first album from the British soul singer Jessie Ware, was one of the finest debuts in recent memory. And though we still don't know when the follow-up album is coming, we do know…   Read Story »
For decades now, the Red Hot Organization has been raising money for AIDS awareness by putting together finely curated compilations, and their next one could be amazing. The forthcoming double-CD…   Read Story »
Sia and Blood Orange have something in common: They both helped a ton of other artists find success before breaking out on their own. Blood Orange mastermind Dev Hynes was masterful in the rises of…   Read Story »
Last Friday was the Fourth Of July, which meant we didn't run one of these lists. But the videos kept piling up, and so we're giving you our picks for this week's five best videos, as well as,…   Read Story »
"High Street," a soft and emotive collaboration with the veteran London grime rapper Skepta, was one of my favorite songs from Blood Orange's great 2013 album Cupid Deluxe. And now, as part of the…   Read Story »
This was a weird week in the music-video universe, and that was a good thing. Many of this week's videos (including those that didn't make it onto this list, like clipping.'s genuinely harrowing…   Read Story »
Blood Orange's Dev Hynes did the music for director Gia Coppola's new adaptation of James Franco's book Palo Alto; now Coppola has contributed a video to go with one of Blood Orange's best songs.…   Read Story »
The forthcoming movie Palo Alto, an adaptation of James Franco's book of short stories, is the debut from the writer/director Gia Coppola, and it features a score from Dev Hynes, better known to most…   Read Story »
A few years back, a critical mass of musicians started making R&B steeped in the sort of art-damaged signifiers indie rock has traditionally claimed as its own. This wasn't the first time rhythm &…   Read Story »