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Download A Celebration Of The Songs Of Scott Hutchison With Ben Gibbard, Julien Baker, Aaron Dessner, & More

In December, a bunch of artists got together at Rough Trade in Brooklyn to perform at a tribute show for the late Scott Hutchison, founder and frontman of Frightened Rabbit, who died last year. Participating performers that night included Ben Gibbard, Julien Baker, Aaron Dessner, Craig Finn, and Kevin Devine. More »
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Stream Jenny Lewis’ New Album On The Line And Watch Her Kimmel Performance

It's now been five years since the former Rilo Kiley leader Jenny Lewis released The Voyager, her last album. And today, she's followed it up, giving us a whole new album of elegant LA rich-kid blues. For the new LP On The Line, she enlisted some heavy help, teaming up with an all-star … More »
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Stream Flume’s New Mixtape Featuring JPEGMAFIA, SOPHIE, slowthai, & More

Sydney-born, LA-based producer Flume has just released a mixtape called Hi This Is Flume, his first new music since 2017's Skin. The 38-minute mixtape features contributions from SOPHIE, JPEGMAFIA, Eprom, and slowthai, among other artists. The track list includes Flume and Eprom's remix of SOPHIE’s “Is It Cold In the Water?” from 2018's … More »
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Stream Mdou Moctar’s New Album Ilana: The Creator

Earlier this month, we made Saharan guitar protege Mdou Moctar an Artist To Watch. His upcoming album Ilana (The Creator) is out next Friday, but luckily we get to stream it today, a week in advance. The Tuareg guitarist and songwriter seamlessly blends his roots with influences spanning from ZZ Top to … More »
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Stream Quelle Chris’ New Album Guns

Some albums just arrive at the right time. Guns, the new LP from the rapper and producer Quelle Chris, is one of those albums. Quelle Chris -- from Detroit, currently based in Brooklyn -- has been making smart, idiosyncratic rap music for many years. And with Guns, he turns his focus toward weapons -- physical … More »
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Stream Ex Hex’s New Album It’s Real

Back in 2014, Ex Hex came blasting out of Washington, DC with their debut album Rips. Before Ex Hex, bandleader Mary Timony was a beloved indie presence, chasing cosmic melodic ideas in Autoclave and Helium and her own solo music. But with Ex Hex, Timony played around with the supercharged pop melodies that … More »
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Stream Angel Du$t’s New Album Pretty Buff

You know what's really fun? When hardcore guys play music that isn't hardcore. That's what's happening on the new Angel Du$t album. Angel Du$t is a band whose members mostly come from two absolutely huge Baltimore-reared hardcore bands, Turnstile and Trapped Under Ice. And on their first couple of albums, Angel Du$t made a version … More »
Tags: Music, Baltimore, Album Stream, Angel Du$t, Turnstile, Trapped Under Ice

Gold Panda Debuts New Alter-Ego DJ Jenifa, Surprise-Releases Album

For about a decade now, Derwin Dicker, the British producer better known to most of us as Gold Panda, has been releasing hazy, thoughtful, wandering instrumental electronic music. He's good at it, too. It's been a while since we last heard from him; he released the album Good Luck And Do Your Best … More »
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Stream Nilüfer Yanya’s Debut Album Miss Universe

We've already heard a few tracks from Nilüfer Yanya's debut LP, Miss Universe, including its closer, "Heavyweight Champion Of The Year," "In Your Head," and "Tears." Today, we get to hear the London-based songwriter's upcoming album in full via NPR's First Listen. Miss Universe is a chameleon and its … More »
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Stream Nilüfer Yanya Miss Universe

We've already heard a few tracks from Nilüfer Yanya's debut LP, Miss Universe, including its closer, "Heavyweight Champion Of The Year," "In Your Head," and "Tears." Today, we get to hear the London-based songwriter's upcoming album in full via NPR's First Listen. Miss Universe is a chameleon and its … More »
Tags: Music, London, Npr, Album Stream, Nilüfer Yanya

Stream American Football’s New Album

There are now more new American Football albums than old American Football albums. The Illinois band were Midwestern emo cult favorites when they released their self-titled 1999 debut, and they did not stick around long after releasing that LP. They broke up in 2000, and in the years that followed, the album found its cult. More »
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Stream Inclination’s When Fear Turns To Confidence EP

Lo-fi hardcore is a great thing. When a piece of recorded music can make you feel like you're mashed up against the wall in a basement and pushing your friends around while some band is playing on the world's shittiest PA system, that feels good. But when a hardcore band brings that same intensity and … More »
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Stream Leggy’s New Album Let Me Know Your Moon

Leggy have been at it for a while now, and in 2017 they compiled every song they had released up until that point in one self-titled collection. Their new album, Let Me Know Your Moon, is their first full-length that was conceived as such and it really works as a cohesive whole. The … More »
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Stream Blithe Field’s New Album Ward Unbending

It's been a bit since the last proper Spencer Radcliffe album, 2017's Enjoy The Great Outdoors, but the Chicago-based musician has been far from inactive. Over the last year and change, he's put out an EP with updated takes on older songs, a live album on which he covered … More »
Tags: Music, Chicago, Album Stream, Spencer Radcliffe, Blithe Field

Stream CHAI’s New Album PUNK

The Japanese band CHAI sound like absolutely nobody else. CHAI exist at the intersection of two different traditions -- two traditions that may or may not be fundamentally opposed to one another. CHAI draw on the Japanese concept of kawaii -- the sort of ecstatic cuteness that informs vast swathes of Japanese popular culture. Kawaii … More »
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Stream 2 Chainz’s New Album Rap Or Go To The League Featuring Kendrick Lamar, Ariana Grande, Travis Scott, & More

2 Chainz first announced his new album Rap Or Go To The League, the follow-up to 2017's Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, over a year ago. He did it in grand 2 Chainz fashion, by riding around in a giant blimp with the album title painted on it. Since then, he … More »
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Stream DaBaby’s New Album Baby On Baby

On the first day of 2019, the Charlotte rapper DaBaby posted a truly ridiculous low-budget video for his extremely catchy song "Walker Texas Ranger." The video quickly went viral, and DaBaby immediately went on a tear, revealing himself to be a gifted, electric, unapologetically silly rapper. DaBaby's real life seems more complicated than … More »
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Stream Blu & Oh No’s New Album A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night

Blu, from Los Angeles, and Oh No, from Oxnard, are both longtime veterans of the West Coast rap underground. They've both had triumphs and dry stretches, and now they've come together on a new collaborative album called A Long Red Hot Los Angeles Summer Night. Blu is a sharp, thoughtful rapper with a punchy, off-kilter … More »
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Stream Drinking Boys And Girls Choir’s Debut Album Keep Drinking

Drinking Boys And Girls Choir is exactly what it sounds like. OK, not exactly: They're a hardcore skate-punk trio from Daegu City, Korea, not a children's choir. But if their new album is any indication, they definitely love to drink. More »
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Stream Solange’s New Album When I Get Home

Solange has released a new album called When I Get Home, the follow-up to her 2016 masterpiece A Seat At The Table. The 19-track album is out now, and features guest appearances from Playboi Carti, Gucci Mane, Tyler, The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Dev Hynes, Cassie, Pharrell, Sampha, Standing On The Corner, Panda Bear, … More »
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Stream Weezer’s The Black Album

Weezer have had an insane couple of years. Their return to hyper-relevancy was low-key unexpected, but nonetheless fascinating to watch. More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Weezer, Rivers Cuomo

Stream Wild Pink’s 5 Songs EP

Wild Pink blew our socks off with Yolk In The Fur last year, so much so that it became one of our favorite albums of 2018. The panoramic rock act is out now with a new EP titled 5 Songs, which includes three remixes of tracks that were on Yolk In The Fur, … More »
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Stream Lomelda’s Surprise New Album M For Empathy

Since releasing Thx in 2017, Lomelda's Hannah Read has moved from Silsbee, TX to Los Angeles, CA, and taken her folk project on the road, opening for the likes of Frankie Cosmos, Phoebe Bridgers, Snail Mail, Florist, and more. Last year, she played some new songs live, released an … More »
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T-Pain Wins The Masked Singer, Drops Surprise Album

One of the big TV successes of 2019's early days has been The Masked Singer, a truly bizarre cultural phenomenon that plays like a TV show that would be playing on screens in the background in a dystopian movie. So: Just right for 2019 America! The show, if you haven't already experienced it, … More »
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Stream Dead Heat’s Debut Album Certain Death

Right now, a whole lot of bands are mining the late-'80s moment when hardcore and speed metal came together and fused into the beautiful, violent blur of crossover thrash. Plenty of the crossover-revival bands currently walking the earth -- Iron Reagan, Red Death -- are absolutely fucking great. And Oxnard, California's Dead Heat are right … More »
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Stream Petbrick’s Self-Titled Debut EP

You know who's good at playing drums? Iggor Cavalera. Iggor Cavalera is a motherfucker on the drums. When the legendary Brazilian thrash band Sepultura formed in 1981, Cavalera, the band's youngest member, was just 13. Frontman Max Cavalera, Iggor's older brother, was 14. Sepultura went on to have a titanic run, but Max left the … More »
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Stream Slant’s Vain Attempt EP

Slant are an absolutely fucking ferocious hardcore band from the South Korean metropolis of Seoul. Their band name makes them pretty difficult to Google, but I'm pretty sure all their only past release is a 2018 demo. But members of the band also play in the excellently named punk bands Skumraid and Bloodkrow … More »
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Stream Diät’s New Album Positive Disintegration

The East Berlin postpunk band Diät make dark, heavy, desperate music, with death-rock atmosphere and hardcore intensity. But they don't make it often enough. Four years ago, the band became underground cult heroes with the release of their crazy-impressive debut album Positive Energy. Today, they have finally followed it up. More »
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Stream Gunna’s New Album Drip Or Drown 2

Offset isn't the only Atlanta trap A-lister to release an album today. Last year, Gunna and Lil Baby, frequent collaborators and Young Thug proteges, got together to release Drip Harder, one of my favorite rap albums of the year. And now Gunna has gone off on his own again and released … More »
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Stream Offset’s Debut Solo Album Father Of 4

Offset was supposed to cap off a year of extreme Migos saturation with his debut solo album last December, but the project was delayed for unspecified reasons. Two months later, it has arrived, completing a trilogy of Migos solo albums that began with Quavo's negligible Quavo Huncho and continued with Takeoff's only slightly … More »
Tags: Music, Migos, Album Stream, Cardi B, Quavo, Offset, Quavo Huncho

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