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Hear Low Leaf’s Soaring Folktronic Soul Song ‘Set Me Free’

Low Leaf hails from the same city that's gifted us astrally minded folk and beat explorers like Flying Lotus, Thundercat, and Mia Doi Todd, and…
Chris Martins / April 17, 2014

Hear J Dilla’s Unreleased Heater, ‘Give Em What They Want’

Any day that brings a new J Dilla song is a good day indeed. In "Give Em What They Want," we hear a previously unreleased vocal,…
John Surico / April 16, 2014

Hear Soundgarden’s Raw 1994 ‘Black Hole Sun’ Demo

This week's "Blood Moon" has passed, but another unusual sky phenomenon has returned. Soundgarden have shared Chris Cornell's 1994 demo for "Black Hole Sun" ahead…
Marc Hogan / April 16, 2014

Hear Black Angels’ Psyched ‘An Occurrence at 4507 South Third Street’

On Record Store Day (April 19), the Black Angels will birth Clear Lake Forest, a seven-track, limited-edition EP that's on the way via Blue Horizon Records.
Jen Jamin / April 16, 2014

Stream Fantasmes’ Chilling, Enticing ‘Thralls to Strange Witchcraft’ EP

Back in March, Puerto Rico's Fantasmes released nearly five minutes of subtly bone-chilling, Western-tinged psych-rock dubbed "The Shadow Self." That same otherworldly — dare we…
Cynthia Orgel / April 16, 2014

Pharrell and Johnny Marr Combine on Moody ‘Spider-Man’ Ballad ‘Here’

With great power comes great sentimentality, or something like that. Pharrell's "Here" is the latest track to be released off The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack, following…
John Surico / April 16, 2014

Hear Twin Shadow’s Stadium-Sized Synth-Pop Anthem ‘To the Top’

If your Tuesday need a pick-me-up song, the kind that makes you feel ready to take on all comers and soar to greater heights, allow…
Dan Reilly / April 15, 2014

Pains of Being Pure at Heart Share Mythic ‘Eurydice’

Yeah, so there's that saying, "It's all Greek to me," but here that stops with the title. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart's "Eurydice,"
Marc Hogan / April 15, 2014

Stream DJ Center’s Breezy Afrohouse EP, ‘Dem Say Ah’

DJ Center works in the fine tradition of melding Afrobeat rhythmic wilding with house music's metronomic beat. The New York DJ/producer is adept at his…
Chris Martins / April 15, 2014

Swans Scream for ‘Oxygen’ on Ear-Splitting New Song

Following the shambling, drunken dirge "A Little God in My Hands," Swans have released the second taste of their next LP with the shrieking, forceful…
Dan Reilly / April 15, 2014

Shout Out Louds Leader Retrofits Johnossi’s ‘Gone Forever’ for the DFA Crowd

Johnossi, the Swedish duo of singer-guitarist John Engelbert and drummer Oskar "Ossi" Bonde, are planning to drop their fourth album in the U.S. on April…
Kyle McGovern / April 15, 2014

Hear Cocktails’ Punchy Power-Pop Gem ‘Tough Love’

Cocktails mix radiant power-pop enthusiasm and crisp West Coast textures on "Tough Love," a just-released track from the quintet's upcoming debut album Adult Life, due…
Jen Jamin / April 15, 2014

After His Lascivious ‘Jack,’ Breach Gets Sentimental on ‘Ode Oshi’

House tracks don't come much more direct than Breach's "Jack." With little more than a stripped-to-the-bone drum groove, an octave-plunging bass line, and an irresistible vocal…
Philip Sherburne / April 15, 2014

Owen Pallett and Daphni Unite on Glitchy, Pulsing Tracks ‘Julia’ and ‘Tiberius’

Canadian pals Owen Pallett and Daphni (a.k.a. Dan Snaith, a.k.a. Caribou and Manitoba) have joined forces for a forthcoming single that combines their respective talents…
Dan Reilly / April 14, 2014

Echo and the Bunnymen Unleash ‘Lovers on the Run’ and ‘Holy Moses’

Echo and the Bunnymen are ramping up the anticipation for their forthcoming 12th album, Meteorites, by unveiling two new tracks: "Lovers on the Run" and "Holy…
Dan Reilly / April 14, 2014
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