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TNGHT - Serpent

So many artists, so little time. Each week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie,” and talk about what metal is coming out. We post music news, show recaps, track premieres, and more all day. That includes a lot of tour announcements, a list of tonight’s NYC shows, and NY shows that just went on sale. We publish a monthly playlist of some of our favorite tracks. Here’s a daily roundup with a bunch of interesting, newly released songs in one place…

WIKI – “EGGS” (prod. MADLIB)

Wiki seems like he’s gearing up for a new album, and while most info is still TBA, he’s been dropping new singles lately and today he’s back with “Eggs.” It was produced by the legendary Madlib, and as you might expect, these two sound great together.

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TNGHT – “SERPENT”

Hudson Mohawke and Lunice haven’t released music together as TNGHT in six years, but they’re finally back with the new single “Serpent,” which sounds like classic TNGHT without being a repeat of anything they’d done before.

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BEDOUIN SOUNDCLASH – “FULL BLOOM”

Bedouin Soundclash, the Canadian duo of Jay Malinowski and Eon Sinclair, will release their new album, MASS, on October 4. Onetime Digable Planets DJ King Britt co-produced the album which features appearances from New Orleans’ Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

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BENJAMIN WEINMAN (THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN – “IT IS NOTHING”

The Dillinger Escape Plan is no more, but Ben Weinman has now shared his first solo track, “It Is Nothing,” a dark, electronic-tinged instrumental song that’s a far cry from DEP but very cool in its own way.

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ENRIQUE SAMPSON THE THIRD (of FOXING) – ALL FRIENDS CONSIDERED (EP STREAM)

Enrique Sampson the Third is best known as Foxing’s guitarist, but he’s also a solo artist and just released his new EP All Friends Considered, which dives further into the synthy art pop side that Foxing sometimes hints at too.

OBSEQUIAE – “L’AUTRIER M’EN ALOI” + “CERES IN EMERALD STREAMS”

Minneapolis folk/black metal act Obsequiae are following 2015’s much-loved Aria of Vernal Tombs with their third album, The Palms Of Sorrowed Kings, on November 22 via 20 Buck Spin. Two tracks are streaming now: the folk-oriented intro track “L’autrier m’en aloie,” and the longer, more black metal-leaning “Ceres in Emerald Streams.” Both are pretty great, and already have our hopes high for this album.

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SAMIA – “NEVER SAID” (LIZ PHAIR)

“Had the distinct privilege of meeting John Mellencamp when I was fourteen, and played him a few of my songs,” rising indie rocker Samia tells Flood Magazine. “He goes, ‘Liz Phair. You’re gonna be like Liz Phair.’ Listened to her music pretty exclusively for a few years after that. Haven’t had such a visceral and lasting reaction to anyone’s music since. The original version of this song is obviously untouchable so I wanted to try something completely different. You can probably hear her influence in my voice and songwriting so it would’ve been impossible to record an entirely new version of it, but we slowed that fucker down!! Was a real honor to sing this song.”

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COUNTERPARTS – “SEPARATE WOUNDS”

Counterparts have shared the second single off their upcoming album Nothing Left To Love, and it’s another dose of bright, highly melodic metalcore.

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KATE DAVIS – “DAISY”

Kate Davis’s new album Trophy is due out on November 8 via Solitaire Recordings. She’s shared a handful of singles already, and this latest one may be the most immediately catchy yet.

PROFANATICA – “WASHED IN THE BLOOD OF LORD”

The third taste of Profanatica’s upcoming album Rotting Incarnation of God (due 10/11 via Season of Mist) is here, and it’s as drenched in filth as you’d hope.

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ROSIE TUCKER – “AMBROSIA”

As Los Angeles musician and songwriter Rosie Tucker heads out on tour for dates with Soccer Mommy, as well as headlining dates, they’ve shared a new song, “Ambrosia,” which pairs a memorable vocal performance with achingly relatable lyrics. It’s also the follow-up to their very good album from earlier this year Never Not Never Not Never Not.

GOLDEN DAWN ARKESTRA – “HAMZA”

Austin’s Golden Dawn Arkestra are releasing a new album, Darkness Falls on the Edge of Time, on October 11, and they’ve shared third new single “Hamza,” which bandleader Zapot Mgaw told Glide Magazine “grew out of a swirling 6/8 riff into an homage to Hamza El Din, the North African oud player who had a strong influence on my musical upbringing. My stepfather actually played oud and studied with Hamza.”

WEEPING ICON – “CONTROL”

Brooklyn band Weeping Icon release their self-titled debut album this Friday via Fire Talk/Kanine, and here’s one more early taste. The closing track to the album, “Control” is an slowly building, unsettling wave of dread. “We wanted to create a tactile experience born from the subjects we explored throughout, a sort of musical epilogue that would take our animus and end it in a catharsis of mournful fury,” say the band. The video ups the creepy quotient in a David Lynch sort of way.

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CANDY – “SUPER-STARE” & “WIN FREE LOVE”

Richmond metallic hardcore band Candy signed to Relapse, and you can read more about their new two-song single here.

JIMMY EAT WORLD – “ALL THE WAY (STAY)”

Jimmy Eat World announced a new album and you can read more about the LP and new single “All the Way (Stay)” here.

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MAX RICHTER – “TO THE STARS” (AD ASTRA SOUNDTRACK)

Max Richter brings his mournful style to to the score of contemplative Brad Pitt sci-fi film Ad Astra and he used sounds from Viking probes as part of it.

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BODUF SONGS – “UNSEEN FORCES AND HOW TO USE THEM”

Dark, slowcore-ish singer/songwriter Boduf Songs’ new album Abyss Versions comes out in October and you can read more about its latest single here.

Looking for even more new songs? Browse the ‘New Songs’ archive.

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