Hear The Rolling Stones’ Acoustic “Wild Horses” From Sticky Fingers Reissue

By James Rettig / April 1, 2015
The Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers turns 50 later this year, and the band is reissuing the album with a bunch of bonus material, including alternate versions of existing tracks, studio outtakes, and live recordings. (They're also going on a 15-date North American stadium tour in support of the re-release.) One of those exclusive new… More »

D.R.A.M. – “Excessive”

By Caitlin White / April 1, 2015
Your mid-week slump is over -- D.R.A.M. is back with more music. After the exuberant, smile-inducing video for "Cha Cha" turned the whole internet into a pile of confetti, the Virginia rapper has dropped "Excessive." It's a completely new song that's not on his #1Epic EP, but fans of the EP and hi… More »

Sharpless – “Franz Kafka” (Home Movies Cover)

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / April 1, 2015
We've been covering Father/Daughter Records' ascent to indie greatness actively for a while now, but none of the label's projects have been as humorous and marketable as their Faux Real compilations. The second volume consists of 10 covers of film and television series songs performed by notable break-out bands. We premiered LVL Up's so-good-it-might-as-well-go-on-their-next-record… More »

Preview A Previously Unreleased White Stripes Recording From Third Man Records’ Latest Vault Package

By Tom Breihan / April 1, 2015
Every once in a while, Jack White's Third Man Records will take some older music and make vinyl art-objects out of it, sending the results out to whoever subscribes to its Vault Package series. The latest Vault Package is given over to Loretta Lynn's 2004 album Van Lear Rose. White produced the country legend's comeback… More »

Haleek Maul – “Kingdom Come”

By Caitlin White / April 1, 2015
Haleek Maul teams with producer Shy Guy again -- along with D.K.A.D -- for another cut that's presumably on his forthcoming project Prince Midas. On "Kingdom Come" the Barbadian bends his exultant, piercing flow in praise of eternal partying. But there's some hesitation here: "It's been so long since I heard my own thoughts,"… More »

Prinzhorn Dance School – “Reign”

By Caitlin White / April 1, 2015
Prinzhorn Dance School have released the first single for their third album Home Economics. "Reign" is a spare, blank-faced track that lingers on the verge of kicking itself into a higher gear but never does. The terse UK post-punk duo Tobin Prinz and Suzi Horn discuss anger and hunger with a clinical removal, chanting the… More »

Ronnie Stone & The Lonely Riders – “Kiss The Daddy” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / April 1, 2015
This is what I know about Ronnie Stone & The Lonely Riders: It comprises a collection of dudes known around the Brooklyn music scene, who may or may not be participants in other better-known local outfits. I don't know which individuals, because every time I ask I'm given a different answer, so we can just… More »

Baauer – “Promises” (Feat. Fetty Wap & Dubbel Dutch)

By Tom Breihan / April 1, 2015
Baauer has a strong record of working with rap upstarts. "One Touch," the Rae Sremmurd/AlunaGeorge collaboration he released last year, was better than anyone could've reasonably expected. And now he's teamed up with Fetty Wap, the New Jersey newcomer whose "Trap Queen" has been maybe this year's biggest, most inescapable bubbled-up-from-underground rap hit. Their… More »

Flagland – “Awesome Song, Kerry Jan” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / April 1, 2015
Brooklyn's Flagland released their simultaneously scraggly and sensitive Father/Daughter LP Love Hard over a year ago, and we haven't heard a new song from the band since. I, however, have had the distinct pleasure of seeing Flagland play several times in the months since that record came out and can assure any non-believers that… More »

Hot Chip – “Atomic Bomb (John Talabot Remix)” (William Onyeabor Cover)

By James Rettig / April 1, 2015
Two years ago, David Byrne's Luaka Bop label put out a compilation of old tracks from the little-known African synth artist William Onyeabor. Last year, some of those songs were reimagined for a remix album, including a cover from Hot Chip of the 1978 track "Atomic Bomb." And earlier today, John Talabot shared… More »

Herbert – “Strong”

By James Rettig / April 1, 2015
Experimental electronic musician Matthew Herbert has announced that he will release a new album, The Shakes, later this year. It's his first full-length album under his Herbert moniker since 2006's Scale. Last year, Herbert put out a series of EPs that served as a continuation of a series that he began in the mid-90s. He'll… More »

FFS (Franz Ferdinand & Sparks) – “Piss Off”

By Tom Breihan / April 1, 2015
Last month, we learned that all four members of Franz Ferdinand had teamed up with Sparks, the culty, idiosyncratic '70s group who served as an inspiration to them, to form a new band called FFS. Together, the six members of the supergroup have recorded a self-titled debut album that'll be out later this spring. More »

Active Child – “Never Far Away”

By James Rettig / March 31, 2015
Active Child -- the recording project of electronic musician Pat Grossi -- took a nice, long break in between the release of his 2011 debut and its followup. In that time, he put out one new EP and mostly stuck to behind-the-scenes work. Grossi's back later this year, though, with a new album called Mercy. More »

Palma Violets – “English Tongue”

By Collin Robinson / March 31, 2015
British rockers Palma Violets have given us their upcoming album's title track/lead single, "Danger In The Club," and a video for that song, too. Today, they share the second single, "English Tongue," continuing to infuse their scruffy garage rock with tinges of other genres and decades. The track's title is a bit misleading… More »

Avid Dancer – “Not Far To Go”

By Caitlin White / March 31, 2015
Jacob Dillan Summers is an ex-Marine who was raised on a diet of Christian music -- not a combination you stumble upon often. Add in his drum corps championships, and his musical project Avid Dancer starts to make sense. The latest track from his forthcoming debut album 1st Bath is "Not Far To Go." It'… More »

Eskimeaux – “I Admit I’m Scared”

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 31, 2015
To start, let's re-braid some loosened threads in the Eskimeaux narrative. Eskimeaux is the moniker of Gabrielle Smith, a songwriter known to play in Frankie Cosmos' band, but whose project has been in existence under this particular name since 2007. Smith is a member of the Epoch, a group of friends who identify as a… More »

Actress – “Bird Matrix”

By Caitlin White / March 31, 2015
It seemed unlikely that Actress would release more music after 2014's swan song Ghettoville, but since the producer is helming his own contribution to the DJ-Kicks series, we've gotten a new track from him as well. This will be the 49th !K7 Records DJ-Kicks mix, and along with curation, Actress' original contribution is a… More »

Cheatahs – “Murasaki”

By Collin Robinson / March 31, 2015
London shoegaze quartet Cheatahs are back like they never left after releasing February's fierce Sunne EP. The band hits us with the title track off their new four-song EP, Murasaki, and if this kickoff is any indication, it will be an unstoppable driving force. The strict conceptual EP is inspired by Japanese poet and… More »

LA Font – “Whisperer” (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / March 31, 2015
Over two full-lengths, LA Font have made a name for themselves by twisting muscular rock songs into catchy pop tunes. With a year-and-a-half separating them from their last release, the Los Angeles band is gearing up for something new. A full-length is due out later this year but, in the meantime, the group is putting… More »

Download iLoveMakonnen Drink More Water 5 Mixtape

By Tom Breihan / March 31, 2015
The I Love Makonnen EP, which the Atlanta sing-rapper iLoveMakonnen released last year, was one of the most important and game-changing rap mixtapes of 2014. It had as much to do, aesthetically, with Washed Out and Lil B as it did with Future, but it still turned out to be vastly influential. It produced a… More »

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