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You've read about Ultraviolence; you've streamed Ultraviolence; now you can win Ultraviolence. We're giving away the deluxe edition of Lana Del Rey's latest. Valued at $99.99, it includes the…   Read Story »
"Shades Of Cool" is the most Bond-sounding single off Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence, but the video is more fairy tale than action movie. It's steeped in the mirage-like American iconography that has…   Read Story »
Lana Del Rey's sophomore album Ultraviolence is out today, and it's a masterful exercise in world-building by a truly unique creative force. This is grand, sweeping, complicated, polarizing music --…   Read Story »
Next week, Lana Del Rey will release her expansively decadent sophomore album Ultraviolence. It is very good. Most of the bonus tracks, which will appear with various bonus editions of the album, are…   Read Story »
There were plenty of good reasons not to like Born To Die, Lana Del Rey's first album, and there were plenty of bad reasons, too. I hated the album, for reasons both good and bad. Good reasons: It…   Read Story »
Lana Del Rey is about to release her excellent sophomore album, Ultraviolence, and to promote that record, she is giving some kinda provocative interviews. First was the "feminism is not an…   Read Story »
In the 10 years since Brian Wilson finally released Smile, the Beach Boys maestro has mostly stuck to passion projects like What I Really Want For Christmas, Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin, and In…   Read Story »
Lana Del Rey's sophomore album Ultraviolence is now a week away from release, and we've heard a handful of complete tracks: "West Coast," "Shades Of Cool," the title track, "Brooklyn Baby." Now we've…   Read Story »
We've already heard Lana Del Rey's Ultraviolence track "Brooklyn Baby" in part. Now the whole thing is out there. While it's unmistakably a product of Del Rey's self-made universe, it sounds like a…   Read Story »
This week's 5 Best Songs is populated by two artists who are never far from this column, two who have never before been featured here but whose respective catalogs reach back to the turn of the…   Read Story »