Songs

Meek Mill – “All Eyes On You” (Feat. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown)

By Tom Breihan / June 26, 2015 - 9:41 am

Meek Mill’s new Dreams Worth More Than Money doesn’t quite count as a surprise-release album; Meek gave us the briefest window of warning that it’ll be out on Monday. But until now, the only track we’ve heard from the album is the ferocious “Check.” Today, new track “All Eyes On You” bubbled up onto the… More »


Nervosas – “Parallels”

By Misha Sesar / June 25, 2015 - 4:45 pm

Columbus, Ohio self-described “dark-punk” band Nervosas just dropped the second single off their self-titled sophomore album. “Parallels” channels human fury with wailing voices and a driving rhythm; the guitar rips, the cymbals clash, and you can feel your heartbeat rise until the song’s abrupt finish. Ending exactly at the 2-minute mark, “Parallels” sounds even more… More »


Wet – “Deadwater (Jam City Remix)”

By James Rettig / June 25, 2015 - 1:09 pm

Deadwater,” the silky smooth lead single from Wet’s upcoming debut full-length Don’t You, has just gotten the remix treatment from UK producer Jam City. He deconstructs the song and the builds it back up using the fractured parts, lessening the impact of Kelly Zutrau’s effervescent vocals for the most part and relying on some dee… More »


Flying Saucer Attack – “Instrumental 4″

By Misha Sesar / June 25, 2015 - 12:44 pm

Bristol, England experimental band Flying Saucer Attack just released a second single off the forthcoming full-length, Instrumentals 2015, their first LP in over a decade. The record will be released in mid-July, and we already heard the first single, “Instrumental 7,” which dropped along with the album announcement. True to form, this new single i… More »


Toro Y Moi – “2Late” (Feat. Kool A.D. & SAFE)

By Tom Breihan / June 25, 2015 - 12:36 pm

In the past seven months, Chaz Bundick has released two albums — one as Toro Y Moi and one as his dance-music alter-ego Les Sins. But he’s still cranking out loose tracks, with no apparent plans to turn those tracks into anything. Just last week, he shared the absurdist video for new loosie “Room ForMore »


Panda Bear – “Crosswords (Pete Rock Remix)”

By Tom Breihan / June 25, 2015 - 11:47 am

In the early ’90s, the rapper and producer Pete Rock developed a warm, analog thump that was a huge influence on the sound of that generation’s New York rap. He cranked out classics by the fistful, for himself and C.L. Smooth and plenty of others. And he was also an elite remixer; if you haven’t,… More »


Blood Moon – “All U Got” (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / June 25, 2015 - 11:34 am

As the drummer in Skylar Spence’s new live band and the former keyboardist for Chrome Sparks, Jesse Brickel knows his way around ’80s revivalism. Last year, he debuted his new project Blood Moon with the Cosmic Sands EP, diving headfirst into chrome-plated synth-pop and all the cinematic scope and dramatic flourishes that come with it. More »


Veruca Salt – “Empty Bottle”

By Tom Breihan / June 25, 2015 - 11:26 am

Mid-’90s grunge-pop wonders Veruca Salt are back together and getting ready to release Ghost Notes, their first album in 17 years. We’ve posted a bunch of their new songs: “The Museum Of Broken Relationships,” “It’s Holy,” “The Gospel According To Saint Me,” “Laughing In The Sugar Bowl.” And now they’ve shared another one called “Empty… More »


The Game – “100” (Feat. Drake)

By Tom Breihan / June 25, 2015 - 10:35 am

Drake has lately been doing an acapella live freestyle that turns out to be his verse from “100,” a new single from L.A. rap veteran the Game. On the warm, soulful track, Drake talks about how he’d have more friends if he wasn’t successful, while Game threatens to settle Drake’s beef with Diddy and to… More »


Ricked Wicky (Robert Pollard) – “Tomfoole Terrific” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Lisa Brown / June 25, 2015 - 10:00 am

Even though Guided By Voices officially broke up last fall, former frontman Robert Pollard has been releasing plenty of material to fill some of that void with his new band Ricked Wicky. Right after Guided By Voices split, we heard “Mobility” from Ricked Wicky’s debut album, I Sell The Circus , and this past April,… More »


Download Nicolas Jaar Pomegranates

By Peter Helman / June 24, 2015 - 8:06 pm

Several months ago, Nicolas Jaar shared a new alternate score he composed for Sergei Parajanov’s 1969 experimental film The Color Of Pomegranates, posting the entire movie synced up to his new soundtrack on Youtube. It has since been removed due to a copyright claim from Capricci Films, but now Jaar is offering it up a… More »


Nina K – “Impossible (Tomas Barfod Remix)” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Grace Birnstengel / June 24, 2015 - 4:37 pm

After her 2010 science-fiction-inspired album, Red Leader Dream, Swedish pop artist Nina Kinert (aka Nina K) put her solo career away indefinitely. She then lent her vocals to Danish drummer-turned-producer Tomas Barfod on two separate occasions, wrote for other modern disco and dance-pop acts, and even got a B.A. in film studies. All of thi… More »


Sean Henry – “The Crow” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

By James Rettig / June 24, 2015 - 2:02 pm

I like when you can hear the seams of how a song came together — the stitches where absent-minded strumming turned into the hypnotic instrumental hook at the center of “The Crow,” or the branches of the instinctual decision tree that led Sean Henry to layer the vocals in a certain way or set the… More »


Stream Failure The Heart Is A Monster

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 24, 2015 - 11:42 am

Failure haven’t released an album since 1996, when Fantastic Planet dropped, and the band broke up a year later. This decade has wrought a series of revivals, as guitar-driven rock undergoes an unpredicted, though not unwelcome, renaissance of sorts. In February, Swervedriver dropped their reunion album I Wasn’t Born To Lose You, and just yesterday… More »


Lushes – “Low Hanging Fruit” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Grace Birnstengel / June 24, 2015 - 10:55 am

Brooklyn duo Lushes are unpredictable. The songs off their 2014 debut record, What Am I Doing, stray from typical song structures by incorporating lengthy guitar loops and frequent tempo shifts. Today we’ve got the first single from their new record, Service Industry, a more riffy and less serene Lushes sound than we heard on WhatMore »


DeJ Loaf – “Shawty” (Feat. Young Thug)

By Peter Helman / June 23, 2015 - 10:06 pm

Dej Loaf released the gloriously man-eating “Like A Hoe” a few weeks ago, and now the Detroit rap firecracker is back with a new track. “Shawty” falls more towards the sexy, melodic side of her range, with Dej Loaf and past collaborator Young Thug trading off some explicit sex talk (“Can’t nobody get this pussy… More »


Stream Tyga The King Album: 18th Dynasty

By Caitlin White / June 23, 2015 - 4:30 pm

Tyga has decided to go the surprise-album route for The King Album: 18th Dynasty. He has also decided to go the Donda route, enlisting Kanye and Mike Dean as his executive producers. The artwork is done by Donda creatives, and while it’s no Pinkprint masterpiece, you can see the clear link to something like the… More »


Stream Ecstatic Vision Sonic Praise

By Misha Sesar / June 23, 2015 - 3:47 pm

Philadelphia-based trio Ecstatic Vision trip into a vast hallucinogenic haze on their five-track debut album, Sonic Praise. It’s an intense guitar-driven record drawing from space rock, free jazz, doom, Krautrock, Afrobeat, and more. We premiered their 12-minute-long psychedelic stargaze track “Astral Plane” a few weeks ago, but today, you can stream the whole thing, a… More »


Stream Refused Freedom

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 23, 2015 - 3:24 pm

Legendary Swedish punks Refused will drop their first album since 1998’s The Shape Of Punk To Come next week, and today the record’s been made available to stream in its entirety. In an interview with Consequence Of Sound that went live today, members David Sandström and Dennis Lyxén commented on the noted absence of guitarist… More »


Dâm-Funk – “We Continue”

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / June 23, 2015 - 2:07 pm

LA-based funk sovereign Damon Riddick (bka Dâm-Funk) hasn’t dropped a bona fide full-length solo release since 2009’s Toeachizown, so today’s announcement that he will drop the 20-track deep Invite The Light in September is welcome news. According to a press release, Invite The Light is a “concise, beginning-to-end vision” that focuses on Riddick’s progression a… More »


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