So many artists, so little time. Each week we review five 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…

CALEXICO AND IRON & WINE - YEARS TO BURN (ALBUM STREAM)

Back in 2005, Calexico and Iron & Wine collaborated on the In the Reins EP, and now Sam Beam, Joey Burns and John Convertino have reconvened to release their first full-length together. Sam says “coming back to the project has to do with acknowledging how much impact the first record had for me in my life.” Adds Joey, “This project had to find the right time. We’re all different people than we were in 2004, and music helps to bridge some of the gaps. For all the things going on in our world and in each of our lives, this connection, this friendship, this love that we have—this album is a vehicle for that bond. It’s a chance to see where we’re at, take stock and be there for our friends." The album's out next week but you can listen to the whole thing now at NPR and watch the "Midnight Sun" video here:

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GOLDLINK - "U SAY" (ft. TYLER, THE CREATOR & JAY PRINCE)

Not only is GoldLink opening the massive Tyler, the Creator tour, he nabbed Tyler to contribute to this new song off GoldLink's upcoming album Diaspora (due June 12). Jay Prince is on the song too, and it's good stuff. GoldLink will also play Fallon the day before the album comes out.

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KATE TEMPEST - THE BOOK OF TRAPS AND LESSONS (ALBUM STREAM)

Nobody else is quite like Kate Tempest, who paints vivid portraits of people trying to find to find a glimmer of humanity in an unforgiving world, uncovering the hope in even the darkest situation. For her new album she worked with both Dan Carey, who she collaborated with on her first two albums, and veteran producer Rick Rubin. This one leans a little more spoken word than before -- less beats, more atmosphere -- but Kate's command of words is always compelling. Stream the whole thing at NPR and listen to "Holy Elixir" below.

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VEGYN - TEXT WHILE DRIVING IF YOU WANT TO MEET GOD (MIXTAPE STREAM)

London artist Vegyn, who's perhaps best known for working with Frank Ocean on Endless, Blonde, and the Beats 1 radio show "blonded RADIO," dropped a new 71-song mixtape. (A lot of the tracks are short, but still -- wow!) Check it out below.

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JOEY CAPE - "THE LOVE OF MY LIFE"

Lagwagon frontman Joey Cape has shared another track from his upcoming solo album Let Me Know When You Give Up, due July 5 via Fat Wreck Chords. It's a gorgeous, tender dose of alt-country that's worth checking out even if you don't listen to Lagwagon or pop punk in general.

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TRENTEMØLLER - "IN The GARDEN"

“I was thinking about how we don’t really write songs," says Anders Trentemøller. "We’re more like conduits for them, and often lyrics just flow out of you without any sort of rhyme or reason. Sometimes it’s decisive, and you’re simply trying to capture what and how you felt in a situation, but more often it’s not about a deliberate process, and more like blindly channelling.” Anders channeled "In the Garden," which features ambient vocals from Lina Tullgren. This instrumental, and recent single "Sleeper" will appear on Trentemøller's new album, due this fall.

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GLITTERER - "1001"

Title Fight co-frontman Ned Russin shared a second single off his debut solo album as Glitterer, Looking Through The Shades, due July 12 via ANTI-. At its core, the song isn't a million miles away from what Ned was doing in later-period Title Fight, but his punky delivery is contrasted by shimmering bells that you'd never expect to hear on a Title Fight album.

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G&D (GEORGIA ANNE MULDROW & DUDLEY PERKINS) - "WHERE I'M FROM"

Not only is psychedelic soul great Georgia Anne Muldrow releasing a new instrumental album this year, she's teaming with her life and musical partner Dudley Perkins for the collaborative album Black Love & War, due August 9 via SomeOthaShip Connect / eOne Music. The first single is "Where I'm From," which pairs Georgia's soaring voice and Dudley's booming bars over a neck-snapping beat.

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SIR BABYGIRL - "PRAYING" (KESHA COVER)

Kelsie Hogue released her debut album as Sir Babygirl, Crush On Me, in February, and she's following it with the studio version of a cover we've seen her do live, of Kesha's "Praying." Kelsie accompanies it with an essay about "what Kesha means to me and how she’s helped me heal as a queer sexual assault survivor in the music industry." You can read it in full here.

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SANCTION - "RADICAL LACERATIONS"

Sanction are gearing up for the 2019 Pure Noise Tour with Stick To Your Guns, Counterparts, Terror, and Year of the Knife, and today they revealed that their new album Broken In Refraction will drop soon after the tour starts (due July 26 via Pure Noise). The new song is a real crusher complete with a pit-opening breakdown.

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SHERYL CROW - "PROVE YOU WRONG" (ft. STEVIE NICKS & MAREN MORRIS)

Sheryl Crow is releasing her new album Threads on August 30 via The Valory Music Co, and new single "Prove You Wrong" is a dose of glossy country pop featuring the legendary Stevie Nicks and current star Maren Morris. "Stevie exudes art, she is at all times authentic. She’s the sister I don’t see enough, but she never leaves my heart," Sheryl said. "I invited Maren to perform on ‘Prove You Wrong’ with Stevie and I because she belongs in our ‘club’ of strong female rockers who tell it like it is."

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WHITNEY - "GIVING UP"

Whitney officially announced their anticipated sophomore album and shared the breezy new single "Giving Up," which you can read more about here.

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KIM PETRAS - "CLARITY"

Rising pop artist Kim Petras has been releasing new singles at a frenetic rate; following last week's "Do Me" she shares "Clarity."

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THE FUTUREHEADS - "JEKYLL"

The Futureheads' first proper album in nine years will be out this August, and lead single "Jekyll" sees them getting pretty heavy.

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BILL CALLAHAN - SHEPHERD IN A SHEEPSKIN VEST (ALBUM STREAM)

Bill Callahan is streaming his new 20-song double album in full. Hear the whole thing at NPR and listen to side three below.

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DUDE YORK - "BOX"

Seattle's Dude York will release new album Falling on July 26 via Hardly Art and it continues to find them putting influences into a blender. “We all have very different reference points for music and then when we swap them in it becomes something totally different," says singer/guitarist Peter Richards. New single "Box," for example, pulls from both mid-'00s alt-rock like The Killers and bands like New Order and The Cure who inspired them, and filters that through a spunky DIY spirit.

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THE MEMBRANES - AND WHAT NATURE GIVES…NATURE TAKES AWAY (ALBUM STREAM)

”I put my life into this album musically, lyrically and emotionally," founding Membrane John Robb says of the post-punk veterans' sprawling, ambitious new album. Some of The Membranes' contemporaries are happy to regurgitate their most famous songs in slightly new fashion, but What Nature Gives… Nature Takes Away bears no nostalgia.

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