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Neil Young – "Shut It Down 2020"

Neil Young has been keeping himself busy in quarantine. The legendary folk-rocker and his wife Daryl Hannah have been periodically inviting us into their cozy home in Telluride, Colorado for Young’s acoustic Fireside Sessions series. And now he’s recorded a new version of “Shut It Down,” a song from last year’s Colorado album with Crazy […]

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Hayley Williams – “My Friend”

Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams appears to be on a mission to drop every single song from her forthcoming solo debut before the actual album comes out. Williams will release her album Petals For Armor next month, and she has now shared eight of its songs — a five-track sampler EP, followed by “Over Yet” and […]

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awakebutstillinbed – "Me" (The 1975 Cover)

The San Jose emo Band To Watch awakebutstillinbed named their debut album what people call low self-esteem is really just seeing yourself the way that other people is see you, so it will not surprise you at all to learn they’ve covered a song by the 1975. Not one from I like it when you […]

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Rogue Wave – "Aesop Rock"

Earlier this year, indie-rap veteran Aesop Rock released a standalone single called “Rogue Wave.” Indie-rock veterans Rogue Wave noticed. And now the Oakland band have returned from a two year-hiatus with a response, a new track of their own called “Aesop Rock.” With the release of “Aesop Rock,” Rogue Wave are asking fans to donating […]

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Washed Out – "Too Late"

Washed Out, the chillwave-pioneering synthpop project of Georgia native Ernest Greene, has just shared a new song called “Too Late.” And although the planned music video shoot for the track had to be cancelled in the wake of the pandemic, Greene ended up with a surplus of crowd-sourced footage after putting a call out to […]

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Gorillaz – "Aries" (Feat. Peter Hook & Georgia)

After Damon Albarn revived Gorillaz with 2017’s Humanz, the project has been pretty consistently active. The Now Now quickly followed in 2018, and then in the beginning of this year Gorillaz began teasing something called Song Machine. The premise: a direct feed of new “episodes,” or singles, featuring a characteristically broad array of collaborators and […]

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Phoebe Bridgers – "Kyoto"

It’s been a little over a month since Phoebe Bridgers released “Garden Song,” the first single from her upcoming sophomore album, and a lot has happened in Phoebeland (and the real world) since then. For Bridgers in particular, she’s guested on a Hayley Williams song alongside her Boygenius comrades (Williams covered a song of hers […]

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Angel Olsen – "All Mirrors (Johnny Jewel Remix)"

Angel Olsen is keeping up a busy schedule during quarantine. The Asheville-based indie star has been regularly posting live covers to her Instagram, including songs by Roxy Music and Tori Amos, and this Saturday at 6PM ET she’ll present a ticketed online performance called Still At Home: An Evening Of Songs On Piano And Guitar. […]

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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – "The Steady Heart"

Experimental composer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith announced her new album The Mosaic Of Transformation last month with a hell of a lead single, the 10-minute album-closing suite “Expanding Electricity.” She followed that up with a song that’s not on the album, an Adult Swim single called “Becoming Ferromagnetic.” And now she’s back to rolling out the […]

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EOB – “Cloak Of The Night” (Feat. Laura Marling)

Way back in December, Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien announced his first-ever solo album. O’Brien’s new LP Earth, recorded under the name EOB, is coming out next week. Thus far, O’Brien has shared a number of solo songs: “Santa Teresa,” “Brasil,” “Shangri-La,” “Olympik.” Today, O’Brien has dropped a new one called “Cloak Of The Night,” and […]

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