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UNKLE – “The Way Back Home”

Last year James Lavelle’s UNKLE project released the Rōnin I mixtape. Today there’s a new UNKLE track in the world that keeps that Rōnin branding alive. “The Way Back Home” is presented in two versions, one subtitled “Rōnin Edit” and another with “Rōnin / Original” in the parenthetical. The two versions are essentially the same […]

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NANCY – “Would You Be My Judy?”

Bizarro-pop performer NANCY has been a fixture in the UK for a minute with 2018’s debut EP Mysterious Visions and 2021’s mini-LP 7 Foot Tall Post-Suicidal Feel Good Blues. Recently, NANCY announced his return with a debut LP and a lead single, “I Hate Rock & Roll.” Now, that LP has a name and a […]

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No Age – “Tripped Out Before Scott”

Last month, the LA art-punk duo No Age announced their new album People Helping People, and they shared its closing track “Andy Helping Andy.” Today they’ve got another name-checking track on deck. “Tripped Out Before Scott” is presumably not about this website’s proprietor Scott Lapatine, but who could say for sure? It’s a steadily chugging, […]

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Disq – “If Only”

Last month, Wisconsin Band To Watch Disq announced their second studio album, Desperately Imagining Someplace Quiet, out in October. At the time, they shared lead single “Cujo Kiddies.” Today, Disq are back with a follow-up single called “If Only.” It’s an an easy, mid-tempo number that simultaneously carries a lot of anxiety at its core […]

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Runnner – “Vines To Make It All Worth It”

Last year, the Los Angeles-based musician Noah Wienman made his debut on Run For Cover Records with Always Repeating, which collected re-recorded versions of songs that he’s released over the past few years under the name Runnner. Today, he’s back with a lovely new track called “Vines To Make It All Worth It,” which is […]

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Ylayali – “He Needs Me”

I do not know how to pronounce Ylayali, but I do know I enjoyed last month’s single “Circle Change” quite a bit. Now Francis Lyons, the Free Cake For Every Creature/2nd Grade/22º Halo drummer behind Ylayali, has shared another song from the project’s upcoming album separation. The latest track is called “He Needs Me,” and […]

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Santigold – “Shake” (Prod. SBTRKT)

Next month, Santigold plans to release her fourth full-length album, Spirituals. We’ve already heard a handful of tracks from the album, including “High Priestess,” “Ain’t Ready,” and “Nothing.” Now, Santi is back with another album preview featuring production by SBTRKT. It’s called “Shake.” “‘Shake’ is one of those songs that was just floating around me […]

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Little Dragon – “Frisco”

At the end of last year, the Swedish dance-pop band Little Dragon released a new EP called Drifting Out, which featured contributions from Kelsey Lu, Jakob Koranyi, and Yo-Yo Ma. Today, they’re announcing another trio of tracks in the form of a new EP called Opening The Door, which will be out next month. “Opening […]

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Alvvays – “Easy On Your Own?”

Last month, Alvvays finally announced a new album, Blue Rev, their follow-up to 2017’s Antisocialites. Its lead single, “Pharmacist,” topped our best songs of the week list. Today, they’re back with another new song, the fuzzy and satisfyingly blown-out “Easy On Your Own?” On it, Molly Rankin sings about feeling disaffected and worrying about the […]

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Titus Andronicus – “Give Me Grief”

The new Titus Andronicus video features choreographed dance moves. Yes, for their new single “Give Me Grief” — a duet with between Patrick Stickles and former Titus drummer Eric Harm — Stickles and his bandmates R.J. Gordon and Ryan Weisheit took to a New York rooftop to bust a move in sync. Stickles himself handled […]

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