New Music

Stream Francis and the Lights’s New Album Farewell, Starlite!

Last month, Francis and the Lights performed a live debut of new album Farewell, Starlite! to close out Eaux Claires, the music festival curated by Bon Iver's Justin…
Anna Gaca / September 24, 2016

My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Laments the Need for Political Change in “Same Old Lie”

Today, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James released "Same Old Lie," the first single off his upcoming sophomore solo album Eternally Even. It's a political anthem,…
Sadie Bell / September 23, 2016

T.I. Enlists Meek Mill, Killer Mike, Quavo for Us or Else EP

After another horrific week of anti-black police brutality, T.I. decided to make his voice heard by releasing a new EP called Us or Else. T.I. said…
Brian Josephs / September 23, 2016

Common Grabs Stevie Wonder, Esperanza Spalding, and Chuck D for “Black America Again”

Common has never been shy about going political with his lyrics, and today has released "Black America Again," a new song that features Stevie Wonder on keys…
Brian Josephs / September 23, 2016

Green Day Are “Still Breathing” on New Song, At Least

Green Day are preparing the October 7 release of  Revolution Radio, their 12th studio album (that's counting 2012's ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! as three). Today brings a lyric video…
Anna Gaca / September 23, 2016

Dirty Projectors Share “Keep Your Name,” First New Song Since 2012

As it turns out, both of this week's Dirty Projectors video teasers were lead-ups to the same new song: "Keep Your Name," a melancholy, multi-part exploration of the…
Anna Gaca / September 22, 2016

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions Share New Track Featuring Kurt Vile

Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions is the project of Hope Sandoval (of Mazzy Star) and Colm Ó Cíosóig (of My Bloody Valentine). Today, the…
Josh Rosenberg / September 22, 2016

Sad13 (Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis) Shares Colorful Video for New Solo Single “<2″

Speedy Ortiz’s Sadie Dupuis has released "<2," the second single from Slugger, her upcoming solo debut album as Sad13. The new track comes with a colorful music…
Sadie Bell / September 22, 2016

Emily Estefan Takes the Spotlight with New Single “Reigns (Every Night)”

Emily Estefan is a singer, like her mother Gloria. She also plays drums, guitar, bass, and piano; on top of that, she produced her forthcoming debut…
Josh Rosenberg / September 22, 2016

Stream Jenny Hval’s Blood Bitch Right Now

Jenny Hval's experimental yet visceral new album, Blood Bitch, is streaming today on NPR. It's not an overly long listen—just ten tracks—but its ghostly whispers, gasps, and expressive musings tap…
Anna Gaca / September 22, 2016

The New Pixies Are Streaming Their New Album Head Carrier

Next week, the world will have a new Pixies album. Doesn't matter if you think the alt-rock progenitors have overstayed their welcome at this point, or…
Kyle McGovern / September 22, 2016

Listen to Kaytranada’s 0.001% Mixtape, Featuring Chance the Rapper and Usher Remixes

Kaytranada has released 0.001%, an hour-and-a-half mixtape. The mix of original production and remixes--both Usher and Chance the Rapper get the treatment--comes a few days after after he…
Brian Josephs / September 22, 2016

Danny Brown Continues the Atrocity Exhibition Hype With “Tell Me What I Don’t Know”

Danny Brown's Atrocity Exhibition is little more than a week away, but that isn't stopping the Detroit rapper from sharing new songs from the fast-approaching…
Brian Josephs / September 21, 2016

Bloc Party Share New Song “Stunt Queen”

Earlier this year, Bloc Party released fifth album HYMNS, an uplifting collection of nimble, synth-inflected rock songs. They've now shared a new song, "Stunt Queen," which…
Charles Innis / September 20, 2016

Mick Jenkins Shares Woozy New Track “Fall Through”

Mick Jenkins is set to release his long-awaited debut album, The Healing Component, this Friday. Last month's "Spread Love" showed promise and the angst-riddled, BADBADNOTGOOD-featuring "Drowning" was one…
Brian Josephs / September 20, 2016

Stream How to Dress Well’s New “Sex-Positive” Anthem “Can’t You Tell”

How to Dress Well—the R&B-inflected recording project of Tom Krell—will release its fourth album, Care, on Friday, September 23, via Weird World/Domino. Over the past…
Kyle McGovern / September 19, 2016

Lizzo Loses Her “Phone,” Announces Coconut Oil EP

Minnesota rapper, "Good as Hell" singer, and newly minted MTV host Lizzo has announced a new EP, Coconut Oil. She also shared its first single, the catchy, off-the-wall "Phone," which flips between a…
Anna Gaca / September 17, 2016

Tinashe Doesn’t Need Your Love, She Just Wants Your “Company”

Tinashe's much-delayed sophomore LP Joyride still doesn't have a release date (next month, maybe?), but it does have a new single. "Company" debuted on last night's premiere episode of…
Anna Gaca / September 16, 2016

Watch Vince Staples and GTA’s New Video for “A Little Bit of This”

Vince Staples has been everywhere lately: There's his new EP, Prima Donna, as well as collaborations with Flume, The Roots on Fallon, ScHoolboy Q, and a tour with James Blake.
Josh Rosenberg / September 15, 2016

Danny Brown Debuts New Song “Rolling Stone,” Talks About His Love for Nas

We're 15 days out from Danny Brown's new album Atrocity Exhibition, and it's finally time for a new single: "Rolling Stone," which features production and backup vocals…
Anna Gaca / September 15, 2016
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