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 song, though — a rich, soulful instrumental that reminds me a bit of RJD2’s Deadringer. Listen below.
Next month, the ever-evolving Virgina-based post-hardcore giants Turnover will release their new album Myself In The Way. They’ve already shared a bunch of the songs that’ll appear on the LP: “Wait Too Long,” “Mountains Made Of Clouds,” “Myself In The Way” with Turnstile’s Brendan Yates, “Ain’t Love Heavy” with Temple Of Angels’ Bre Morell. Today, […]
Earlier this month, North Carolina rapper Mavi announced his sophomore album, Laughing So Loud It Hurts, would be out October 14. It follows his 2021 EP END OF THE EARTH, and he’s already shared the record’s first single “Baking Soda.” Now, Mavi’s sharing another album track. This one’s called “Doves” and it’s produced by Dylvinci. […]
On Thursday, Stone Temple Pilots’ seminal debut album Core turned 30. On Thursday night, Scott Weiland’s previously unreleased cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” also dropped — it’ll appear on the Deluxe edition of Weiland’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year, out November 4. As a press release […]