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Xiu Xiu, Owen, Palehound, & More Contribute To Polyvinyl’s Stay Home Compilation

Today, Polyvinyl Record Co. is releasing a new compilation called Stay Home to highlight artists from their roster and support them during this trying time. All proceeds from Stay Home will go directly to the artists involved -- it's available starting at $5 exclusively over on Bandcamp. More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Strfkr, The 1975, Radiation City, Owen, Palehound, Emmylou Harris, Chris Farren, Xiu Xiu, Yumi Zouma, Karen Dalton, Kero Kero Bonito, The Get Up Kids, Anamanaguchi, Of Montreal

Stream Aesop Rock’s Freedom Finger (Music From The Game) EP

Last year, the veteran indie-rap hero Aesop Rock teamed up with the psychedelic producer Tobacco to release the album Malibu Ken. This year, on his own this time, Aesop released an excellent single called "Rogue Wave." Rogue Wave remains one of rap's most underrated, consistently inventive voices, so it's cool to … More »
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Stream Purity Ring’s New Album WOMB

It's been more than five years since Purity Ring blessed us with Another Eternity, their unduly slept-on sophomore LP. That was the release on which Megan James and Corin Roddick nudged the pioneering electro-pop sounds of their darkly glittering debut Shrines toward a brighter, poppier center while maintaining their mystical essence. More »
Tags: Music, Purity Ring, Album Stream, Corin Roddick, Megan James

Stream Ashley McBryde’s New Album Never Will

The Arkansas native Ashley McBryde spent years playing bars, writing songs for other artists, and releasing independent albums before finally joining the mainstream country universe and releasing the major-label debut Girl Going Nowhere in 2018. That album ruled. McBryde's voice is a heavy, wounded, expressive twang, and she's got a powerful knack for … More »
Tags: Music, Arkansas, Album Stream, McBryde, Ashley McBryde

Stream Rod Wave’s New Album Pray 4 Love

At the end of last year, the young Florida artist Rod Wave broke out huge with his Ghetto Gospel mixtape, becoming a word-of-mouth streaming star. Rod Wave, from St. Petersburg, followed the NBA YoungBoy trajectory, blowing up among teenagers on YouTube before anyone older even noticed. (Wave is 20, so he's only just … More »
Tags: Music, Florida, Nba, St Petersburg, Album Stream, Rod Wave

Stream Headie One And Fred again..’s GANG Mixtape Feat. Jamie xx, FKA twigs, & Sampha

British drill rapper Headie One has teamed up with producer Fred again... for a new mixtape called GANG. It features contributions from Jamie xx, FKA Twigs, and Sampha; slowthai is also sampled on a track. Headie One was released from prison on Thursday after being sentenced to six months in January for possession … More »
Tags: Music, Fka Twigs, Jamie xx, Album Stream, Jamie, Fred, Sampha, Headie One, Fred again

Phish Are Debuting Their New Album Sigma Oasis Via Livestream Tonight

Phish haven't released a proper studio album since 2016's Big Boat. Partially that's because in the world of Phish, studio albums are nearly beside the point. The Phish experience is allegedly predicated on the live experience, and indeed the polarizing jam-band luminaries -- who've been enjoying a bit of an indie-rock renaissance in recent years … More »
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Stream Ty Segall’s New EP Of Nilsson Covers

The psychedelic rock wizard Ty Segall isn't the type to sit idle. Segall released First Taste, his last solo album, back in August. Since then, Segall has also teamed up with Lightning Bolt drummer Brian Chippendale and formed the duo Wasted Shirt; they released their debut album Fungus II in February. More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Nilsson, Harry Nilsson, Ty Segall, Segall, Lightning Bolt, Brian Chippendale

Thin Lips, Shannen Moser, Slaughter Beach, Dog & More Contribute To Don’t Stand So Close To Me Compilation

Lame-O Records is a great label based out of Philadelphia, and today they are releasing Don't Stand So Close To Me, a compilation that highlights the artists on their roster. All proceeds are going directly to the musicians during this trying pandemic time. More »
Tags: Music, Philadelphia, Cherry, Album Stream, Hurry, Don, Adam Green, Dominic Angelella, Mike Bell, Thin Lips, The Superweaks, The Max Levine Ensemble, Gladie, Trace Mountains, No Thank You, Shannen Moser

Stream Skepta, Chip, & Young Adz’ New Album Insomnia

There's an interesting divide happening right now in the various different rap-adjacent strains of UK music. On the one hand, there's grime, the fast and hard and jittery style that came out of the London pirate-radio continuum in the early '00s and quickly became its own culture. On the other, there's UK drill, a mutation … More »
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Stream Three Knee Deep’s Self-Titled Debut Album

Hardcore is a rich, varied musical tradition. It's spawned at least a few dozen subgenres and regional sounds, and different bands have proven how powerful and artistic the genre can be. It's not just blunt, ignorant kick-you-in-your-face music. On the other hand, sometimes hardcore is just blunt, ignorant kick-you-in-your-face music, and that can be pretty … More »
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Watch Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia Livestream

Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia is here! Kind of! The highly anticipated pop album's precision-controlled rollout was supposed to culminate with a release next week, but due to a leak and coronavirus chaos, it was bumped up to this week. And now, ahead of its official drop tonight at midnight, Lipa is playing every song from … More »
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Stream Dua Lipa’s New Album Future Nostalgia

Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia is here! The highly anticipated pop album's precision-controlled rollout was supposed to culminate with a release next week, but due to a leak and coronavirus chaos, it was bumped up to this week. And now, ahead of its official drop tonight at midnight, the whole thing is streaming on YouTube starting … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Dua Lipa, Stream Dua Lipa

Nine Inch Nails Release New Albums Ghosts V: Together & Ghosts VI: Locusts For Free

Back in 2008, right after parting ways with longtime label home Interscope, Nine Inch Nails released Ghosts I–IV, a quadruple-album of ambient instrumentals described by Trent Reznor as "a soundtrack for daydreams." It marked the beginning of a new phase of NIN, with Reznor operating outside the traditional rollout cycle and outside the rock radio … More »
Tags: Music, Trent Reznor, Nine Inch Nails, Album Stream, Reznor, Interscope Nine Inch Nails

Black Moth Super Rainbow’s Steve Reidell Covered All Of Genesis’ Duke For Its 40th Anniversary Today

Forty years ago today, Genesis released Duke -- their 10th album overall, second with the three-man lineup of Phil Collins, Tony Banks, and Mike Rutherford, and first to hit #1 in the UK. The album was a key step in the band's transition from '70s prog weirdos to '80s pop icons. The transformation wouldn't properly … More »
Tags: Music, UK, Tobacco, Duke, Album Stream, Genesis, The Hood Internet, Steve Reidell, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins Tony Banks

Stream Sufjan Stevens & Lowell Brams’ New Album Aporia A Few Days Early

Aporia is a new collaborative album between Sufjan Stevens and his stepfather Lowell Brams. It was originally supposed to come out this Friday (3/27), but like a lot of album releases, coronavirus has thrown a wrench in those plans. In this case, Stevens and Brams' label Asthmatic Kitty turned it into a positive: Aporia is … More »
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Stream Zack Mexico’s New Album Sound Waves For The Relaxed And Dying

A few years ago, I saw the North Carolina band Zack Mexico open for Future Island in Charlottesville, and they just destroyed. Zack Mexico are a six-piece who come from the beachfront towns of the Outer Banks, and they play a revved-up form of psychedelia that draws a whole lot from krautrock. Their six-piece lineup … More »
Tags: Music, North Carolina, Charlottesville, Album Stream, Outer Banks, Zack Mexico

Old Man Gloom Surprise-Release The Follow-Up To Their New Album That’s Not Out Yet

Old Man Gloom do not do things in the regular way. The last time we heard from the Boston experimental metal supergroup, it was 2014, and they were releasing two albums under the same title, The Ape Of God. (They also recorded a third, also called The Ape Of God, and sent it … More »
Tags: Music, Isis, Boston, Cave In, Album Stream, Aaron Turner, Converge, Stephen Brodsky, Nate Newton, Sumac, Old Man Gloom

Stream Childish Gambino’s New Album 3.15.20

Early last Sunday morning, Donald Glover launched a new website that played what seemed to be a new Childish Gambino album on a continuous loop. It stopped streaming by the evening, but today, a week later, Glover has officially released what was on that site. It's a new album called 3.15.20 (last Sunday's … More »
Tags: Music, Ariana Grande, Album Stream, Donald Glover, Glover, Kadhja Bonet, Childish Gambino, 21 Savage, Ludwig Goransson

Stream 2 New EPs From Priests Singer Katie Alice Greer

Priests went on hiatus last year after the release of their sophomore album The Seduction Of Kansas. But frontwoman Katie Alice Greer is still out here making music on her own under the auspices of her K A G moniker. Last month she released a cover of the Rolling Stones' "More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Priests, Katie Alice Greer, K A G

Stream Open Mike Eagle & Serengeti’s New Cavanaugh EP Quarantine Recordings

Like the rest of us, musicians are all holed up in quarantine right now with nothing to do. Unlike the rest of us, they can spend that copious free time making and releasing music. Rappers Open Mike Eagle and Serengeti teamed up under the name Cavanaugh in 2015 for Time & Materials, a … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Serengeti, Open Mike Eagle, Cavanaugh, Mike Eagle

Stream Sada Baby’s New Album Skuba Sada 2

On the first day of 2020, the Detroit rap monster Sada Baby released a ridiculously good mixtape called Brolik. He was just getting started. Before the tape came out, Sada had already started to go on an absolutely unholy tear, releasing an endless barrage of grimy, grainy YouTube videos set to ferocious and … More »
Tags: Music, Detroit, Album Stream, SADA, Sada Baby, Skuba Sada

Stream Empty Country’s Self-Titled Debut Album

Third time's the charm! Empty Country, the self-titled album from former Cymbals Eat Guitars mastermind Joseph D'Agostino's new project, was originally supposed to come out in February. Then Adult Mom accused Tiny Engines of breach of contract over late royalty payments, and D'Agostino decided to postpone the release to find a new label. More »
Tags: Music, C, Album Stream, Agostino, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Empty Country, Joseph D Agostino

Stream The Weeknd’s New Album After Hours

The Weeknd has been building up to his new album, After Hours, for a while now, long enough that we thought the world was ending for different reasons back when the rollout started in November. He's been engaging in some intertextual tomfoolery -- all of his music videos have been loosely connected, and … More »
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Stream J Balvin’s New Album Colores

Colombian reggaeton superstar J Balvin has had a pretty big year already. In February, he was a guest during Jennifer Lopez and Shakira's Super Bowl halftime show, and he's been dropping massive singles in preparation of his new album, Colores, which is out now. It's the follow-up to 2018's Vibras; he also had … More »
Tags: Music, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Album Stream, J Balvin, Vibras

Stream Alkaline Trio’s New Surprise EP

God bless all the bands currently releasing music because they're stuck at home with nothing else to do. For instance: The muscular Chicago pop-punk veterans Alkaline Trio were supposed to head out on a a co-headlining tour with Bad Religion soon. (Frontman Matt Skiba is the guy who replaced Tom DeLonge in Blink-182, so Alkaline … More »
Tags: Music, Chicago, Tom Delonge, Album Stream, Matt Skiba, Alkaline Trio

Stream The Fight’s New EP Endless Noise

I week and a half ago, I saw some punk bands play in a basement, and this was probably the last show I'll see for months. It was a good one to go out on. One of those bands was the Fight, who make a hard, nasty, rigorous version of old-school hardcore punk. More »
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Stream Shamir’s New Album Cataclysm

Almost five years ago, the young Las Vegas artist Shamir Bailey released Ratchet, a bubbling dance-pop debut album that turned him into an internet sensation. Since then, though, Shamir has veered from that path, leaving behind his major-label past and instead pursuing a fuzzy DIY indie-pop sound. He's released a series of warm, … More »
Tags: Music, Las Vegas, Album Stream, Shamir, Shamir Bailey

Stream Koyo’s Painting Words Into Lines EP

Members of some of the heaviest hardcore bands currently working -- SeeYouSpaceCowboy, Typecaste, Rain Of Salvation, Hangman, Adrenaline -- have joined forces to form a new group called Koyo. With this new project, they could've collectively crushed all of our skulls. Instead, they've gone a different direction, coming up with a hearty and melodic sound … More »
Tags: Music, Adrenaline, Album Stream, Hangman, Koyö, SeeYouSpaceCowboy, TYPECASTE, Rain Of Salvation

Donald Glover Surprise Releases New Album

It appears that Donald Glover has surprise released a whole new album via a website called Donald Glover Presents. At the moment, it's only available through the site on a continuous loop and does not appear on streaming services. The site went live early on Sunday morning -- it first popped up in … More »
Tags: Music, Ariana Grande, Album Stream, Donald Glover, SZA, Childish Gambino, 21 Savage

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