Arctic Monkeys, who play Webster Hall soon, are streaming their new beat-oriented (but still riff-heavy) album, AM, via iTunes.
The Weeknd, who plays two Radio City shows in October, is streaming his new futuristic R&B album, Kiss Land, via NPR.
Janelle Monae, who plays The Apollo soon, is streaming the ambitious followup to her acclaimed 2010 debut, The Electric Lady, via VH1. Listen below.
King Khan & the Shrines‘ long-awaited new album, Idle No More, is out this week on Merge. You can stream that below and look for them live in NYC in October.
Body/Head, the current focus of Kim Gordon‘s post-Sonic Youth career, who play Union Pool soon, are streaming their noisy, experimental new album, Coming Apart, via Pitchfork.
Virginia psychedelic doom band Windhand are streaming their expansive sophomore album, Soma, via Pitchfork.
UK dance trio Factory Floor are streaming their long-awaited self titled debut LP (due out on DFA), via NPR.
Another dancey DFA band, Holy Ghost!, are streaming their new album, Dynamics, via Pitchfork.
Yet another dancey band (but not signed to DFA), Delorean, are streaming Apar, the followup to their 2010 breakthrough, Subiza, via Pitchfork.
Willis Earl Beal made a splash on the scene with his bluesy 2012 debut LP, Acousmatic Sorcery, and he’s now streaming that album’s followup, Nobody Knows, via NPR.
John Dwyer (of Thee Oh Sees) is streaming the reissue of the debut LP by his old band, Coachwhips, which came out in 2002 and was called Hands On The Controls. You can listen to that HERE. Thee Oh Sees are on tour this year and will be in NYC this October.
Northampton, MA punk-minded indie rockers Potty Mouth are streaming their debut album, Hell Bent, via NPR. They return to NYC on October 5 at 285 Kent. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Janelle Monae – The Electric Lady
King Khan & the Shrines – Idle No More