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Atlanta garage-rock veterans Black Lips are back. They're releasing a new album, their first since 2017's Satan's Graffiti Or God's Art?, early next year in partnership with Vice and independent record label Fire Records. And today, they've shared its first single, the country-fried "Odelia," which they recorded direct to 2" tape at Laurel Canyon's renowned…

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Some albums are just mysteries. They have their time and place, and yet resist their context. They are slow to unfold and get their due, and yet grow beyond their original confines as a result, spanning generations and building pockets of devotees. Ultimately they become known but still hidden, gems waiting to be unearthed again.

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New York's Aaron Maine has been releasing music under the name Porches since 2011, and in that time, the project has gone from an indie rock band to more of a synthpop solo situation. Today, Maine follows up his last album, 2018's The House, with a warped and hazy new single called "rangerover." Blood Orange…

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Chorus.fm has premiered a new video from Rational Anthem. The track, "Unimaginary Girlfriend," comes off of the band's new album It's Only Permanent, which is due out on November 1st via A-F Records. The band will also be touring down to and back from The Fest. You can check out their new video, and those dates, below.

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The Clusterfuck Theory is the solo project of Punknews' own Staffer Sean. The project just released its debut LP, Alone Again. Staffer Sean released a statement: "I got real sad for a few months and wrote a few songs about how existence is lonely and pointless, but also it's not because shit matters sometimes. All of this was made in GarageBand and recorded with an old Blue Snowball microphone in

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Via a brief teaser on their social media, Ottawa's We Were Sharks indicate that they have signed to Revival Recordins and will have a new album out in 2020. WWS's most recent album, Lost Touch, was released in 2018. The band is also launching their tour down to The Fest with Assuming We Survive tonight. You can check out their track "Hotel Beds" from their most recent album, and those tour dates,

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Electric Life will be in all our brains November 22, when Capitol Records releases Hyperspace: new colors, next phase and the brand new 14th album from seven-time GRAMMY-winning cultural chameleon BECK. Hyperspace’s new dimensions in sound are the result of Beck’s most collaborative efforts to date. Seven of the album’s 11 tracks—including single “Uneventful Days” (below) and [&#

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Today, IDLES have announced their first live album ‘A Beautiful Thing: IDLES Live at Le Bataclan’, and have shared the live version of ‘Mother’ taken from the record. The limited double LP edition will be available across three different colours, each with their own individual artwork. All will be housed in deluxe gatefold packaging, and each will contain a booklet [&#

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Mary and the Ram (the studio project of The Trembling Hellish Infernal Nightmare Generator’s Kiran Tanna and The Parasitic Twins’ Dom Smith) are back with a new single – “Eclipse” out today via Syndicol Music. Recorded at Melrose Yard Studios in York, UK and co-produced between Kiran, and New York-based Kallie Marie (Explosives For Her […] The post SONG PREMIERE

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The midwestern trio of Saba, Smino and Noname have formalized their loose affiliation under the banner of a group that they've named Ghetto Sage.




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