Songs

Ratatat – “Nightclub Amnesia”

By Peter Helman / July 2, 2015 - 7:20 pm

Ratatat are about to release Magnifique, their first album since 2010’s LP4, in a couple of weeks. We’ve already heard single “Cream On Chrome” and the brief intro track, and now the duo have debuted another new song on Zane Lowe’s Apple Beats 1 radio show. “Nightclub Amnesia,” which they told Spin was named after… More »


Eminem – “Kings Never Die” (Feat. Gwen Stefani)

By Misha Sesar / July 2, 2015 - 5:37 pm

Eminem collaborated with Gwen Stefani in his new song “Kings Never Die.” It abruptly cuts between Eminem’s intense rapping to Stefani’s calm interludes of royalty’s everlasting fame. His aggressive rapping focuses on the constant fluctuation of fame and what is needed to stay at the top. The song is part of the soundtrack for the… More »


Tame Impala – “Nangs”

By Chris DeVille / July 2, 2015 - 5:30 pm

Yesterday we shared our Tame Impala cover story, in which Kevin Parker discusses the transformations afoot on the band’s new album Currents. Today, the band has offered up a behind-the-scenes recording video accompanied by a previously unheard track from the album. “Nangs” is a short, interlude-like composition that appears near the beginning of the album,… More »


Ty Segall Forms New Band Broken Bat With Members Of Melvins, Redd Kross

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / July 2, 2015 - 5:23 pm

Ty Segall, Steven McDonald (of Redd Kross and OFF!), and Dale Crover (of Melvins) have banded together to form a scuzz-supergroup under the name Broken Bat. They’ve uploaded a single track to their Bandcamp page titled “Take My Medicine,” with a parenthetical note that this particular recording is “just a taste edit.” It’s 53 second… More »


Enola Fall – “Stab On!”

By Misha Sesar / July 2, 2015 - 3:51 pm

Tasmania’s Enola Fall formed in 2001 as Melatonin, changed their name in 2005, and replaced all but one member of their band, singer Joe Nuttall, in 2008. With a new lineup, Enola Fall have strengthened their indie electro-pop sound — think the Wombats and Two Door Cinema Club but with a little more rock. The… More »


The Libertines – “Gunga Din” Video

By James Rettig / July 2, 2015 - 3:28 pm

Yesterday, the Libertines announced that their first album in 11 years, Anthems For Doomed Youth, would come out this September, and today they’ve shared lead single “Gunga Din,” which they debuted live in June. The song premiered on BBC Radio 1 this afternoon, and the band followed that up with a video for the track… More »


Blank Realm – “River Of Longing”

By Lisa Brown / July 2, 2015 - 3:07 pm

Known for their bluesy punk with psychedelic touches, Blank Realm know how to perfectly blend many layers of rock. Following last year’s acclaimed Grassed Inn, the Australian quartet is back with their forthcoming release Illegals In Heaven, a personal and life-reflecting album. So far they’ve given us a peak with “River Of Longing,” the catchy… More »


Rush Midnight – “The Same”

By Lisa Brown / July 2, 2015 - 12:50 pm

It’s been over a year since Rush Midnight, former Twin Shadow bassist and Brooklyn resident Russ Manning, released his self-titled debut LP. And just this past fall it was reissued with additional tracks, including a Lykke Li cover. “The Same” is Manning’s latest spacey disco track and the first single off his upcoming album AllowMore »


White Reaper – “Last 4th Of July” Video

By James Rettig / July 2, 2015 - 12:48 pm

For most everyone in America, the 4th Of July means lots of beer, sun, and good times. For the rest of the world, it’s pretty much just another day. (At least it’s a weekend this year!) Because it’s America, that means the holiday celebrating our independence is big, brash, and loud, three modes that aggressive… More »


Migos – “Real Street Nigga”

By Tom Breihan / July 2, 2015 - 12:16 pm

Wild-ass legal issues notwithstanding, young Atlanta rap kings Migos are still planning on releasing their proper debut LP YRN: Tha Album later this month. And judging by everything we’ve been hearing thus far, Album Migos are not going to be any different from Mixtape Migos. Possible album tracks like “Origin” and “One Time” are just… More »


Stream Veruca Salt Ghost Notes

By Chris DeVille / July 2, 2015 - 12:11 pm

When we talked to Veruca Salt about their unexpected reunion, Louise Post told us, “It’s sort of like we picked up where we left off without missing a beat… It took us a while to sing together again. But I think once that door was open, it all started to come into play naturally.” Now… More »


Crystal Castles – “Deicide”

By James Rettig / July 2, 2015 - 12:08 pm

Ethan Kath has shared the second song from the Alice Glass-less iteration of Crystal Castles. The first was “Frail” back in April, which kicked off the whole credit controversy between Kath and Glass. The new one is called “Deicide,” which is likely a reference to the death metal band of the same name, and it… More »


Skepta – “Back Then”

By Tom Breihan / July 2, 2015 - 11:58 am

The London grime rapper Skepta has been on a serious roll lately, releasing great tracks like “Shutdown” and “Lukey World” even if his new album still isn’t anywhere in sight. His latest is “Back Then,” in which he tweaks Mike Jones’ old “back then they didn’t want me” line while producer Plastician puts a grime… More »


Stream Nap Eyes Whine Of The Mystic (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / July 2, 2015 - 11:54 am

There’s a risk you take as a songwriter when you go hyper-literate with your lyrics. It’s easy to lose an audience that way, easy to get bogged down in your own thoughts and not have them translate outside of the written word. Nap Eyes sidestep that pitfall gracefully on their debut album, Whine Of TheMore »


Puro Instinct – “W.Y.L.”

By Caitlin White / July 2, 2015 - 11:07 am

Piper and Skylar Kaplan of Puro Instinct returned to form in May with the Christian Rich-featuring “Lake Como.” Today they’ve shared another new song sans special guests. “W.Y.L.” luxuriates in the dreamy ’80s aesthetic that they’ve long since perfected: tinkling synths, maximalist beats, and gauzy vocals. Still no official word on a new project, but… More »


Indesinence – “Mountains Of Mind / I’m Five Years Ahead (Of My Time)”

By Doug Moore / July 2, 2015 - 11:04 am

Doom metal moves slowly; that’s its calling card. For London death/doomsters Indesinence, it’s also a career dynamic. Though this band formed in 2001, they’ve produced just three LPs in their run, including the upcoming III and 2012’s underappreciated Vessels Of Light And Decay. That’s a little better than one album every five years on average. More »


Aye Nako – “Worms”

By James Rettig / July 2, 2015 - 10:54 am

Aye Nako’s songs often sound something like a nightmare, except that nightmare is a reality that people live through every day. Their lyrics confront trauma and try to get a grip around it, no matter how tenuous that hold may be. On “Worms,” the second track we’ve heard from their upcoming EP The Blackest EyeMore »


The Alchemist – “Voodoo” (Feat. Action Bronson)

By Tom Breihan / July 2, 2015 - 10:53 am

Always-busy stoner-rap producer the Alchemist is about to release a new mostly-instrumental album called — swear to God — Retarded Alligator Beats. The album only features one guest, and that guest is Alc’s frequent collaborator Action Bronson. On the single “Voodoo,” Bronson attacks Alc’s tumbling breakbeats and oblique string-stabs, talking about stashing the acid i… More »


Marina & The Diamonds – “Blue (Holychild Remix)” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Caitlin White / July 2, 2015 - 10:38 am

Marina & The Diamonds aka Marina Diamandis is one of the UK’s most excellent, reliably off-kilter alt-pop stars. She put out a new album called Froot via Neon Gold this spring and is currently touring internationally in support of it. On the US side of things, brat-pop duo Holychild just released their debut album a… More »


Alela Diane & Ryan Francesconi – “The Sun Today”

By Caitlin White / July 2, 2015 - 10:24 am

Alela Diane is a woman who understands uncertainty. In the past four years, she’s grappled with the kind of devastating, tumultuous circumstances that would bench most people, yet she’s emerged with three albums during these shifts. I first came to her music in 2011 because of my unmitigated obsession with Fleet Foxes in college, whe… More »


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