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23 New Songs Out Today


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…


Veteran Atlanta rapper Jeezy has been saying since last year that he’s gearing up to release Thug Motivation 104: Trust Ya Process, which will be his final album. Still no concrete word on that, but he’s now back with new single “1 Time” which sounds like classic Jeezy.

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Bill Stevenson, who drums in Descendents and used to drum in Black Flag (and now also drums in Black Flag offshoot FLAG), plays guitar in Chilton, a new trio that also features Earworms members Josh Carothers and Neil Halpin. Their album Little Birds comes out this Friday (7/5) via Dead Broke Rekerds, and you can hear new single “Dinobirds” below (via Punk News).


UK electronic music Lone is releasing the three-song Abraxas EP on July 26, and the hypnotic, drum-heavy title track is out now.

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The Haxan Cloak’s Bobby Krlic composed the score for Midsommar, the new mind-fuck horror/fairy-tale from Ari Aster (Hereditary) that is out in theaters today, as well as the songs sung within it. The soundtrack is out on Friday but they’ve just shared “Fire Temple” from it which is the last track on the score. ” “We tackled the big end scene first, with the idea that it surmises all the emotive qualities that the film’s been building to, expressed in this amazing, nine-minute sequence,” Bobby told Pitchfork about “Fire Temple,” in a lengthy interview. “So we made that first, with me at the piano and Ari next to me, and he would be so wonderfully descriptive and gestural. I think we were both nervous to start with, and then within a few minutes the whole thing unlocked itself.”

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With a name like Parsnip you might expect jangly, punky, whimsical pop and that’s what you get from this Melbourne four-piece. “Lift Off” is joyous first single from the group’s debut album, When the Tree Bears Fruit, due out August 2 via Trouble in Mind.


Pretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde is releasing Valve Bone Woe on September 6. It features jazzy takes on songs by The Beach Boys, Nick Drake, The Kinks, Frank Sinatra, Charles Mingus, Hoagy Carmichael and more. “”I’m not hugely interested in branching out into other musical genres, being a devout rock singer as such, but jazz is something I grew up around (thanks to my bro) and I’ve always had a soft spot for it,” says Chrissie. “I often bemoan what I regard as a decline in melody in popular music and I wanted to sing melodies. Plus, I have a penchant for cover songs, it’s the surprise of singing something that I didn’t think of writing myself that turns me on.” She’s just shared her cover of 1942 Chanson song “Que Reste-t-il de nos Amours?” by Charles Trenet.

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Philadelphia’s Lexi Campion signed to 6131 records in June with her project Grayling, and she’s shared a second new single with appealingly shouty choruses.


Last fall, Snoop Dogg got a Hollywood Walk of Fame star, and his acceptance speech went viral after he said “last but not least, I wanna thank me.” I Wanna Thank Me is now also the title for Snoop’s next album and accompanying movie, which is due this summer, and the first single/title track is out now. The song starts off by sampling that very Walk of Fame acceptance speech, and it becomes a classic-sounding Snoop song where he tells his come-up story. The song’s music video also features footage from the Walk of Fame.

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Indie/slowcore vets Duster broke up in 2001, but they’ve since gone on to become very influential, and they’re now reunited and have been playing shows with some of the artists they helped pave the way for, like (Sandy) Alex G (who they opened for last year) and Snail Mail (who they’re opening for this summer). They released a Numero Group box set of their discography and they’ve also been teasing new music. Today, they put this new instrumental song. No other details about the song or a new project have been revealed yet but stay tuned.

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The podcast Better Yet has curated a tribute to Wilco’s much-loved Hotel Yankee Foxtrott that they’re calling all of god’s money. which features different artists covering all the songs from the album. Artists include Mikey Erg, Adult Mom, Bethlehem Steel and Meat Wave who turn up “War on War.” Proceeds from the tribute album go to the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.


“We just wanted to make a band that continues in the tradition of the great Boston straight edge bands that have come before us without sounding like a carbon copy of any of them,” guitarist Doug of new-ish Boston hardcore band Vantage Point told No Echo last year. The band just signed to Triple B Records and put out the four-song 2019 promo, and you can definitely hear Vantage Point achieving that very goal on these songs. They’re all rippers. Vantage Point are also gearing up for a tour with Rule Them All (who opened for Incendiary in Brooklyn last night), including a TBA NJ show. All dates here.


Florence + The Machine’s 2009 debut Lungs came out 10 years ago today, and to celebrate it’s being reissued as a limited, cloth-bound deluxe vinyl box set, with postcards and inserts showing previously unseen images, and an LP of bonus material. Included in that bonus material are two previously unreleased demos, “Donkey Kosh” and “My Best Dress.”

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LA rapper 03 Greedo was on the rise until he was sentenced to 20 years in prison on drug and gun possession charges in 2018, though he has continued to release music since his incarceration. This week, he’s releasing a collaborative EP with blink-182 drummer Travis Barker called Meet The Drummers and you can hear first single “Cellout” now. Greedo says, “Once we were done with the project and had a friendly relationship was when I really got to appreciate the moment [of working with someone I grew up a fan of]. It trips me out still when I talk to him while I’m locked up. He checks in on how I’m doing. It blew my mind when I put him on my visiting list to come see me.”

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Bronx rapper Maliibu Miitch, who we named one of the best new artists of 2017, is gearing up to release a new project called If Dead Men Can Talk. The first single is the atmospheric, ominous “Celine.”

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The latest cover released from the Frightened Rabbit tribute album Tiny Changes: A Celebration of The Midnight Organ Fight is Daughter‘s gorgeous, gradually-building take on “Poke.” Daughter commented on the cover, and you can read what they had to say here.

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Onetime Florida post-punks UV-TV now call Queens, NY their home and they’re gearing up to release new album, Happy, on July 19. The band cite groups like The Wedding Present and Echo & The Bunnymen as influences which you can hear on the album’s roaring, catchy title track.


Ride go back and forth between a dancey side and wall-of-sound shoegaze on their new single, which you can read more about (including a statement from Andy Bell) here.

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Wild Beasts called it quits in 2017, and the band’s Hayden Thorpe released his debut solo album back in May. Now the band’s other frontman, Tom Fleming, has announced his new project, One True Pairing. Where Thorpe went for a piano-based torch song approach, Fleming takes One True Pairing in a much different direction: synthy, neon-lit rock. The first single is also called “One True Pairing,” a calling card for the project.

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Frank Turner is releasing a new album “dedicated to telling the fascinating stories of women whose incredible lives have all too often been overlooked,” and the first single is about blues legend Sister Rosetta Thorpe. Read more here.

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Rosalía is back with two new songs, “Milionària” and “Dio$ No$ Libre Del Dinero,” released in one ideo titled “Fucking Money Man.” It’s awesome and you can read more about it here.

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Bombay Bicycle Club’s debut album I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose and they’re celebrating by performing the album on tour in the UK and also by releasing these demos that predated the album.


NYC hardcore band Pobreza Mental (mem Warthog, Exotica, Tercer Mundo) are opening for The Mob in NYC and they also have a ripping new EP out.

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

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