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Desire – "Escape" (Prod. Johnny Jewel)

Way back in 2009, Megan Louise’s project Desire released their debut album II (listed as a self-titled release on the streaming services) via Chromatics leader Johnny Jewel’s Italians Do It Better label. Eleven years later, Louise is back with a second Desire LP. The Jewel-produced Escape is out this summer, and today we see a […]

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Johanna Warren – "Only The Truth"

Back in the beginning of February, Johanna Warren announced she’d be following up her 2018 album Gemini II with a new one titled Chaotic Good. Along with the announcement, she shared a lead single called “Bed Of Nails.” Since then, we also heard the sneakily infectious “Part Of It.” And today, Warren is back with […]

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Westerman – "Waiting On Design"

Last month, the UK songwriter and Artist To Watch Westerman officially announced his debut album, Your Hero Is Not Dead. An earlier single, “Blue Comanche,” is on it, alongside old favorites “Easy Money” and “Confirmation.” Along with the announcement, Westerman also shared another preview in the form of “Think I’ll Stay.” And today, he’s back […]

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Momma – "Biohazard"

The psychically attuned band Momma are releasing their sophomore album, Two Of Me, in a couple months. We shared “Double Dare” from it back in February, and today they’re back with the album’s second single, “Biohazard.” It’s gloomy and threatening, filled with visceral imagery and wonky guitar work that feels just on the verge of […]

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(Sandy) Alex G – "rosebush"

Occasionally, Alex Giannascoli will upload a random track out of nowhere to his personal YouTube channel. Sometimes they’ll be instant-classic (Sandy) Alex G tracks like “Fay,” but usually they’re some of his more out-there compositions. Today, he’s shared one that falls into the latter category, a number called “rosebush” that features processed exhalations and a […]

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Coronavirus: Piko-Taro Shares Handwashing Song

In 2016, a truly brain-numbing viral video earned a weird little historical-footnote status. Piko-Taro — the suave and mustachioed pop-musician alter-ego of the Japanese comedian Kazuhito Kosaka — came out with an utterly ridiculous 45-second synthpop ditty called “PPAP (Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen).” Thanks in part to a Justin Bieber tweet, the song peaked at #77 on the […]

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