Good morning. Here’s all you need to know about what went on in the world of music in the past 24 hours:
Singer/songwriter Madi Diaz’s new album is out in February, led by first single “Same Risk.”
Phoenix released a remix of the Alpha Zulu track “All Eyes on Me,” featuring Pusha-T, the Neptunes’ Chad Hugo, and Benee.
Thurston Moore canceled his upcoming U.S. book tour dates due to an unspecified “debilitating” health condition.
Shooter Jennings and the Werewolves of Los Angeles are releasing a live album of their show in Monterey last year, during which they performed a set of Warren Zevon covers.
Wednesday is releasing a documentary and announced a 2024 tour.
Listen to Killer Mike’s remix of “Motherless,” which features Robert Glasper and Eryn Allen Kane.
Bush released a new video for “Nowhere To Go But Everywhere.”
CHVRCHES singer Lauren Mayberry shared a new single. Listen to it here.
Big Ears added Bonnie Prince Billy, Jon Batiste, Laraaji, and many more to its 2024 lineup. The event takes place in Knoxville, Tn., from March 21-24.