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Bellows – “Death Of Dog”

Bellows, the expansive and ambitious folk-pop project led by Oliver Kalb, are coming back with the new album Next Of Kin in a couple of months. And now, following early tracks “Rancher’s Pride” and “McNally Jackson,” we’re getting “Death Of Dog,” a sweetly melodic, unexpectedly catchy meditation on loss featuring harmonies from Another Michael’s Alenni […]

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Junk Drawer – “Tears In Costa”

Over the last several years, the Belfast quartet Junk Drawer have drummed up a bit of buzz overseas. Their official debut, 2020’s Ready For The House, earned them a bunch of acclaim, and now they’re back with the first bit of music since its release. In March, Junk Drawer will return with an EP called […]

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Band Of Horses – “Lights”

This week, Band Of Horses were supposed to release their first new album since 2016’s Why Are You OK. It’s been pushed back to March, so instead we get one more new single. Leading up to the release of Things Are Great, the band has shared “Crutch” and “In Need Of Repair,” and now they’re […]

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Georgia Harmer – “Austin”

“Went to Austin, Texas for a day/ To everyone I saw, I said your name/ The setting sun, the hot wind on my face/ Felt like home, an unfamiliar place.” This is the opening verse from Georgia Harmer’s new single “Austin.” It is an evocative sequence of words, even more so when affixed to the […]

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Pillow Queens – “Be By Your Side”

Just about a year ago, we named the Dublin group Pillow Queens a Band To Watch on the strength of their debut In Waiting. Since then, we’ve heard from them here and there, including when they covered the Cranberries and when they offered the standalone single “Rats.” Now, they’re about to return with a sophomore […]

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Khruangbin & Leon Bridges – “Chocolate Hills”

Last year, Khruangbin and Leon Bridges teamed up for a new EP called Texas Sun; next month, they’re putting out a companion EP titled Texas Moon. We’ve heard one track, “B-Side,” from it already, and today they have shared another one, the soft and slinking “Chocolate Hills.” Listen below. Texas Moon is out out 2/18 […]

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Laurie Anderson – “Big Science (Arca Remix)”

Last year, Laurie Anderson’s Big Science was reissued on vinyl for the first time in three decades. Today, Arca has offered up a remix of the title track from the avant-garde legend’s debut album. Fresh off the conclusion of her kick series, the Venezuelan-born producer takes the track in an even more esoteric direction. Check […]

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Hatchie – “Quicksand”

In September, Harriette Pilbeam announced she’d signed to Secretly Canadian and shared a new single called “This Enchanted.” That was just a precursor to Hatchie’s sophomore album. It’s called Giving The World Away, and it’s out in late April. A press release describes it as an album showing Hatchie come into her own. “I’m capable […]

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Undeath – “Rise From The Grave”

The hellacious Rochester death metal quintet Undeath have announced their sophomore album It’s Time… To Rise From The Grave. The album, which follows 2020 debut Lesions Of A Different Kind, is out in April via Prosthetic, and the video for its quasi title track “Rise From The Grave” is out now. In a press release, […]

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Animal Collective – “Strung With Everything”

In a couple of weeks, Animal Collective will release their long-awaited new album Time Skiffs. The record features all four members of AnCo, with Panda Bear once again back in the mix, and it’s the first proper Animal Collective full-length since 2016’s Painting With. Thus far, Animal Collective have already released the singles “Prester John” […]

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