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Stream Jeff Rosenstock’s Soundtrack For The First Craig Of The Creek Musical Episode

Two years ago, the Cartoon Network debuted Craig Of The Creek, an animated show about a kid and his two best friends having imagination-driven adventures in the woods near their houses. Pop-punk auteur Jeff Rosenstock wrote and recorded the show's theme song. Today, Craig Of The Creek is airing "In The Key Of … More »
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Stream Mattachine’s Debut EP Isolation As A Form Of Torture

There are precious few good things happening in 2020, but the rise of Infant Island has been one of them. Just in the past two months, the convulsive Fredericksburg, Virginia screamo rippers have released two towering works, the EP Sepulcher and the album Beneath. Guitarist and singer Alexander Rudenshiold has also … More »
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Stream Sunami’s Self-Titled Debut EP

Right now, a whole lot of people hate cops. But I don't know how many people hate cops as much as the San Jose band Sunami. Last year, Sunami, whose ranks include members of bands like Gulch and Hands Of God, released a Bandcamp demo that immediately made them a favorite among those … More »
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Stream End’s Debut Album Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face

The New Jersey-based band metallic hardcore End make some truly ugly music. A few years ago, Counterparts frontman Brendan Murphy got together with Fit For An Autopsy guitarist Will Putney, as well as current and former members of bands like Dillinger Escape Plan, Blacklisted, Shai Hulud, and Misery Signals to form End. All of those … More »
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Stream Thou’s Surprise Nirvana Covers Album Blessings Of The Highest Order

Nirvana fucking ruled. Krist Novoselic might be out here definding Trump these days, but 30 years ago, he was in a good band. Louisiana sludge-metal warriors Thou have always known this. Over the years, Thou have released a whole lot of Nirvana covers. Sometimes, those covers have been relatively easy to find, as … More »
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Stream Armand Hammer’s New Album Shrines

Run The Jewels aren't the only all-star dystopian rap duo with a great new album out this week. Armand Hammer, the team of New York underground veterans Elucid and billy woods, are back, too. Two years ago, Armand Hammer released Paraffin, a disorienting avant-garde masterwork that was one of 2018's best rap albums. More »
Tags: Music, New York, Album Stream, Earl Sweatshirt, Billy Woods, Andrew Broder, Quelle Chris, Elucid, Moor Mother, Pink Siifu, Armand Hammer, Akai Solo, R.A.P. Ferreira, KeiyaA

Stream Run The Jewels’ New Album RTJ4

Run The Jewels have released their new album, RTJ4, a couple days early. (It was scheduled to come out on Friday.) "Fuck it, why wait," the duo wrote in a statement alongside a link directing to a free download of the album. "The world is infested with bullshit so here's something raw to … More »
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Stream Rain Of Salvation’s In Times Of Desperation EP

The members of the straight-edge metallic hardcore band Rain Of Salvation come from up and down the East Coast -- Long Island, Delaware, Connecticut -- and they also play in groups like Typecaste and Atonement. Today, Rain Of Salvation have followed up their 2019 debut EP A War Outside And Within with a … More »
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Nothing Release Session With Previously Unreleased “Sex And Candy” Cover To Benefit Community Bail Funds

The hard-as-hell Philadelphia shoegazers Nothing have just released a session that they recorded back in December for the LA radio show Part Time Punks. They've put it out as a four-song EP called GEORGE, named in honor of the police murder victim George Floyd. Nothing are offering the EP as a pay-what-you-want download on Bandcamp. More »
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Stream Ada Rook’s New Album 2​,​020 Knives

Ada Rook, one-half of Black Dresses -- who recently disbanded -- has released a new solo album, 2,020 Knives. It's a sprawling 18 track collection of tender and strobing synth-pop songs. There's a collaboration with Katie Dey, "broken wires," and songs that were written with the production crew The Oracle. 2,020 … More »
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Stream Lucki’s New Album Almost There

The Chicago rapper Lucki (formerly Lucki Eck$) is a man who operates within his own lane. Lucki raps in a sort of cracked mutter, talking about his own failures and heartbreaks and addictions over dazed, druggy minimal beats. He doesn't often work with other rappers, or with producers outside his immediate circle. He's built an … More »
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Stream Four Tet’s Surprise New EP Under His Wingdings Alias

Bon Iver doesn't have a monopoly on completely unintelligible song titles! Every so often, Four Tet mastermind Kieran Hebden releases a few tracks with a bunch of wingdings for titles under the name, uh, "⣎⡇ꉺლ༽இ•̛)ྀ◞ ༎ຶ ༽ৣৢ؞ৢ؞ؖ ꉺლ." And today, he's done it again, dropping an extremely lovely new EP whose name I am not … More »
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Stream Xibalba’s New Album Años En Infierno

Los Angeles brutalists Xibalba have been making an absolutely hellacious strain of metallic hardcore for over a decade, and their crushing, apocalyptic music has only been sounding more and more appropriate in the world around it. Five years after they released the awesome LP Tierra Y Libertad, Xibalba have finally followed it up … More »
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Stream Preservation’s Guest-Heavy New Album Eastern Medicine, Western Illness

The New York rap producer has been making music for a long time. He's collaborated with people like GZA, DOOM, and Yasiin Bey, and he's also served as Bey's tour DJ. In 2015, he teamed up with the mercurial Brooklyn rap great Ka to release the album Days With Dr. Yen Lo. Today, … More »
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Stream Preservation’s Guest-Heavy New Album Eastern Medecine, Western Illness

The New York rap producer has been making music for a long time. He's collaborated with people like GZA, DOOM, and Yasiin Bey, and he's also served as Bey's tour DJ. In 2015, he teamed up with the mercurial Brooklyn rap great Ka to release the album Days With Dr. Yen Lo. Today, … More »
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The Raconteurs – “Blank Generation” (Richard Hell & The Voidoids Cover)

Today, the Raconteurs have released a new EP called Live At Electric Lady, which, true to its title, was recorded live at New York City's legendary Electric Lady studio in September of last year, while they were still on tour in support of their most recent album Help Us Stranger. More »
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Anuel’s New Emmanuel Has Lil Wayne, A Fleet Of Urbano Stars, & A “No Woman No Cry” Cover With Travis Barker

The Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA, who is apparently just going by Anuel now, has a massive new LP called Emmanuel out today. At 22 tracks, it's billed as a double album, though in the streaming era that distinction is mostly moot. Emmanuel has an intriguing guest list including urbano peers and forebears like Bad … More »
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Stream Lady Gaga’s New Album Chromatica

Lady Gaga has released her new album, Chromatica. It's the proper follow-up to 2016's Joanne, and since then Gaga's star has risen once again thanks to her involvement in A Star Is Born, the movie which netted her a few new Grammys, an Oscar win for Best Original Song, and an … More »
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Stream Freddie Gibbs & The Alchemist’s Surprise New Album Alfredo

Yesterday, Indiana rap hardhead Freddie Gibbs and veteran producer the Alchemist both started teasing something on social media. Now we know what that something is: a whole new collaborative album called Alfredo. What a welcome surprise! … More »
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Stream Lil Yachty’s New Album Lil Boat 3

Lil Yachty has released a new album called Lil Boat 3. It's being billed as "the third and final installment" in the Lil Boat series of releases, which kicked off with Yachty's 2016 debut mixtape and continued with his 2018 album Lil Boat 2. His last full-length, 2018's Nuthin' 2 Prove, broke with … More »
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Stream The Soft Pink Truth’s Crust Punk Covers Album Am I Free To Go?

For more than 20 years, Drew Daniel has been making playful and conceptual dance music as one half of the Baltimore-based duo Matmos. Ever since 2003, Daniel has also been making playful and conceptual dance music on his own under the name the Soft Pink Truth. Just a few weeks ago, Daniel released More »
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Stream Lily & Horn Horse’s Republicans For Bernie EP

Lily Konigsberg has been on a roll this year. A couple months ago, she put out a great new EP under her own name, It's Just Like All The Clouds, and today the Palberta member is back with another EP, Republicans For Bernie, as one-half of Lily And Horn Horse, her pop project … More »
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Stream Take Offense’s New EP Cause & Effect

Right now, a whole lot of bands are pulling inspiration from the late-'80s period where hardcore and thrash metal crossed the streams and fused into one fast, angry, chest-thumping beast. Take Offense have been doing that style for a whole lot longer than most. Take Offense come from the California city of Chula Vista, and … More »
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Stream Medhane’s New Album Cold Water

Right now, we're going through a mini-golden age of thoughtful, insular lo-fi underground rap music. In recent years, a sort of interconnected scene has formed around rappers like MIKE, Navy Blue, Maxo, Mavi, and Pink Siifu. Earl Sweatshirt has been tapping into it, too. If you like hearing voices muttering softly over blunted, loping jazz … More »
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Stream Moodymann’s New Album Taken Away

Moodymann first sold his last album, 2019's Sinner, at a barbecue he held during Detroit's Movement festival. And although this weekend's edition Movement of is cancelled (and going virtual) thanks to the pandemic, Moodymann is out here selling a new album anyway. The elusive Detroit house producer has just released Taken Away, and … More »
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Stream The 1975’s New Album Notes On A Conditional Form

The 1975 have finally released their new album, Notes On A Conditional Form, after an extended rollout that stretched out for a very, very long time. Matty Healy first announced its existence before the band's last album, 2018's A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, was even finished. The rollout kicked off in earnest … More »
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Owen Pallett Surprise Releases New Album Island

Owen Pallett has surprise-released a new album called Island. It's his first in six years, since 2014's In Conflict. The instruments are nearly all acoustic, and it was recorded live at Abbey Road Studios with the London Contemporary Orchestra. Pallett originally wrote the album on an acoustic guitar, then conceived of them as … More »
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Stream Gunna’s New Album Wunna

The zonked out stars of Atlanta sing-rap are seemingly determined to own the quarantine spring. A few months ago, the young Atlantan Lil Baby released My Turn, his biggest album yet. Today, Lil Baby's part-time partner Gunna has released his own new album Wunna, which he only announced a few days ago. More »
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Stream Old Man Gloom’s New Album Seminar VIII: Light Of Meaning

Back in March, Old Man Gloom, the long-running supergroup comprised of guys from Boston's hardcore and metal scenes, announced the impending release of the new album Seminar VIII: Light Of Meaning. (They also dropped the single "EMF.") This was supposed to be the first Old Man Gloom album in six years, since the … More »
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Margo Price Releases Live Album Perfectly Imperfect At The Ryman Featuring Jack White, Sturgill Simpson, & Emmylou Harris

Earlier this month, the rootsy country star Margo Price was supposed to release her new album That's How Rumors Get Started. Price had already announced the LP, which she co-produced with Sturgill Simpson, and she'd released the early singles "Stone Me" and "Twinkle Twinkle." But because of the pandemic, Price has … More »
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