Last year, Halsey released a new album, If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power, which was co-produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross and made its way onto our Best Albums Of 2021 list. Today, two of the album’s bonus tracks have made their way onto streaming services — both of them were previously only available as extras for buying the physical editions from Walmart or Target. “Nightmare (Reprise)” is a different version of Halsey’s 2019 single “Nightmare,” redone to fit the sound of their latest album, and “People Disappear Here” is another track from the Reznor/Ross sessions. Check out both below.
Age Of Apocalypse come from the busy hardcore scene in New York’s Hudson Valley, and they made a name for themselves during the pandemic. They released their debut EP The Way last year, and they followed it with a split with Long Island’s Pain Of Truth. Age Of Apocalypse’s sound is based in hardcore, but […]
Katie Dey, the experimental bedroom-pop mastermind from Melbourne, has kept busy since the 2020 release of her great album mydata. She’s teamed up with Black Dresses’ Devi McCallion on the collaborative album Magic Fire Brain, she’s released a remix LP, and she’s covered Laugh & Peace’s “In The Sky.” Today, Dey has announced that she’s […]
Later this year, the gruff and grizzled Gainesville punk veterans Hot Water Music will follow their 2017 album Light It Up with a new LP called Feel The Void. For this album, the band reunited with their old producer Brian McTernan for the first time since 2004. (McTernan, the former Battery frontman who now leads […]