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…

DISCLOSURE - "ECSTASY"

Disclosure may be best known for their collaborations with pop singers, but today they return with a cut of thumping, throwback dance music.

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KIKAGAKU MOYO - "MUSHI NO UTA"

While we wait for Japan's Kikagaku Moyo to announce the follow-up to 2018's Masana Temples, they've got a new 7" via Sub Pop Singles Club. "Mushi No Uta" keeps thing calm and beautiful.

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FACS - "CASUAL INDIFFERENCE"

Chicago's FACS have morphed and evolved with each new album, with a big leap made on the upcoming Void Moments. Led by Noah Leger's pounding drum patterns, "Casual Indifference" is heavy, melodic and more than a little eerie. "Casual Indifference" is the first song we wrote for the album, I think it was fully complete in less than an hour," says frontman Brian Case. "It’s definitely the most explicit lyrically in terms of it’s message, we usually leave a little more room for interpretation in our songs. It’s about relationships that aren’t dictated by any construct, be it gender, sexuality, bias, whatever. Love is love, and anyone who disagrees is wrong." Void Moments is out March 27 via Trouble in Mind.

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NO AGE - "TURNED TO STRING"

LA noise punks No Age will release new album Goons Be Gone on June 5 via Drag City. Get an early taste via gritty, catchy and anthemic first single "Turned to String."

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DARKSTAR - "WOLF"

Darkstar are back with their first new single in four years, and their moody downtempo pop is still in fine form.

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SOCCER MOMMY - "BLOODSTREAM"

Soccer Mommy's new album and first for Loma Vista, color theory, is out on Friday, and ahead of that she's shared one final single, album opener "bloodstream." It's part of what Sophie Allison calls the "blue" portion of the album, which she says "symbolizes sadness and depression."

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TALKING BOOK (mem FAITH NO MORE) - "THERMAL DRIFT"

Talking Book -- aka Faith No More’s Bill Gould with Gigante Sound co-founders Jared Blum (Vulcanus 68, Vision Heat) and Dominic Cramp (Borful Tang, Lord Tang) -- will release their first album in nine years, Talking Book II, on April 24 via PIAS and today they've shared the haunting lead single. "We had originally thought this would be an easy follow-up to our debut album from 2011," says Gould. "But in fact, this was a journey that took years. It was a wild ride, but in my opinion was totally worth the effort, it enabled us to really dig deep, and get this the way we wanted it. I feel like we have created a soundtrack to a film that can only be seen through listening."

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ABYSMAL DAWN - "THE PATH OF THE TOTALITARIAN"

Here's more bulldozing, neck-pain-inducing death metal from the new Abysmal Dawn album.

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LONG NECK - "BACKSEAT"

Long Neck are releasing their sophomore album, World's Strongest Dog, independently via a successful crowdfunding campaign, and the latest single is the spirited indie rock track "Backseat."

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DAVE GODOWSKY - "BETTER JUST TO BE"

This week, indie rock singer-songwriter Dave Godowsky releases his new album Cuts -- a record he describes as "musical Xanax." Lovely new single "Better Just to Be" definitely has a calming effect. Watch the video -- starring his new child -- that he made completely on his phone:

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CLAN OF XYMOX - "SHE"

Goth vets Clan of Xymox are planning a new album this year and ahead of that the Dutch group have shared new single "She." Fans of classic Xymox tracks like "Obsession" and "Muscovite Mosquito" will recognize the air of dark romance and synthpop style here.

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QLOWSKI - "IKEA YOUTH"

Qlowski, who have relocated from Italy to London, are students of dark post-punk like Killing Joke, The Chameleons, New Model Army and The Cure. The group have a new 7" out on Maple Death and "Ikea Youth" is a ripping, gothy call to arms. (The b-side is a cover of The Cure's "Grinding Halt.") They'll be in Austin for SXSW this year, too.

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PRINCESS NOKIA - "GREEN EGGS & HAM" + "PRACTICE"

Last fall, Princess Nokia promised a new album for 2020, and actually, she'll be releasing two albums this year, and they'll both be out this Wednesday (2/26)! One's called Everything Is Beautiful and the other is called Everything Sucks. Listen to a new song from each and read more here.

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REAL ESTATE - "THE MAIN THING"

Real Estate‘s anticipated new album The Main Thing comes out this week (2/28 via Domino), and they’ve shared a second single (the title track) ahead of its release. Read more here.

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HOPESFALL - "HALL OF THE SKY"

North Carolina’s Hopesfall emerged out of the late ’90s / early ’00s post-hardcore scene, and they were doing the post-hardcore-goes-Hum thing way before it became a big trend in the 2010s. And on their new, nearly-nine-minute new single, they continue to push that sound forward. Read more here.

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ELDER - "EMBERS"

Elder have shared the first taste of their anticipated new album Omens, and it's an almost-11-minute dose of '70s-style progressive hard rock that really earns its lengthy running time. Read more here.

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100 GECS - "RINGTONE" REMIX FT. CHARLI XCX, RICO NASTY & KERO KERO BONITO

100 gecs share this new track from their upcoming remix album, 1000 gecs & The Tree of Clues, which features an all-star cast of guest vocalists. We wrote more about it here.

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