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…

MIGUEL - "FUNERAL"

Miguel is back with his first proper single in a while, which doubles as the title track of a forthcoming EP. The song goes back and forth between a descending psychedelic melody that sounds like a modern pop twist on late '60s Beatles, and a slicked-up, bass-heavy verse that sounds like FutureSex/LoveSounds era Justin Timberlake.

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KAMAIYAH - "BACK TO BASICS"

The great G-Funk revivalist is getting "back to basics" on her new single, which is built around a sample of Michael McDonald's "I Keep Forgettin'," the same source material for Warren G's G-Funk classic "Regulate." This is Kamaiyah in her comfort zone, and it's predictably great stuff.

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AGNOSTIC FRONT - "I REMEMBER"

New York hardcore heroes Agnostic Front's new album GET LOUD! comes out next week (11/8) via Nuclear Blast, and they've unleashed another song/video from it. You probably know what to expect from a song called "I Remember" by a band like Agnostic Front, and that is exactly what you get.

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CUNTS - "ASS TO GRIND"

Cunts is the new-ish band from Michael Crain (Dead Cross/Retox) and Matt Cronk (Qui), and they're one of the many bands lined up to open the Mr. Bungle reunion shows. Their self-titled debut album is out today on Ipecac, along with a video for standout track "Ass To Grind." As you'd probably expect from a band with this lineup, this band name, this song title, and a slot on the Mr. Bungle tour, it's a chaotic DGAF noise-punk ripper that'll have you moshing in your living room.

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RED DEATH - "SICKNESS DIVINE"

Red Death have shared the title track off their upcoming album Sickness Divine (due 11/29 via Century Media). They're still making intense thrash revival, but this song seems them slowing down a bit and going into territory that's more "For Whom The Bell Tolls" than Kill 'Em All.

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JUTO - WOOL (EP STREAM)

Juto was the first signee to former Odd Future member Taco's Re7ax Records, and after releasing his debut EP Velvet earlier this year, he's back today with a second new EP, Wool. He's also playing Tyler the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival next weekend, and it's not hard to see why the Odd Future guys are into Juto. He's got an R&B/rap/psychedelia blend that fits right in with the world OF created.

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ARIANA GRANDE, NORMANI & NICKI MINAJ - "BAD TO YOU"

The Ariana Grande-produced Charlie's Angels soundtrack is out today, and in addition to the previously released Ariana/Miley Cyrus/Lana Del Rey song, it features two other anticipated Ariana collabs. One is this one with Normani and frequent collaborator Nicki Minaj, and if you dig the previous Ariana/Nicki collabs, you'll probably wanna hear this one too.

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ARIANA GRANDE & CHAKA KHAN - "NOBODY"

The other anticipated -- and less expected -- Ariana collab from the Charlie's Angels soundtrack is this one with the legendary Chaka Khan. The production aims to strike a balance between Chaka's vintage soul and Ariana's modern polished pop and it's... not as well-matched as an Ariana/Nicki song, but A for effort.

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TEYANA TAYLOR & KEHLANI - "MORNING"

R&B singers Teyana Taylor and Kehlani put their heads -- and, as seen in the video, their bodies -- together for what Teyana herself calls "da magic for da moanin." It's probably technically safe for work... but better suited for the bedroom.

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HAIKU HANDS - "ONSET" (ft. MAD ZACH)

Australian party-starting electro-pop collective Haiku Hands signed to Mad Decent for their debut album, which is due out in 2020. They've also shared a dancefloor-ready new single, "Onset." The group's Claire Nakazawa says, "'Onset' is the kind of track that you can listen to while walking down the street and feel like you own it. To me it's a power track, about owning your power, sharing and enjoying it. Classic rap braggadocious with a conscious tip. Feeling the good vibes and not sweating the small stuff. The beat references classic genres. Mad Zach's musical knowledge shines through as he incorporates sounds and elements from old school 80's & 90's hip hop, rave and electro and combines them with contemporary, new school electronic production. The result being a fresh, nostalgic, head banging track that you've never heard before. Onset is colourful, wild and rude. Get into it."

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YOUNG THUG - "HOT" (REMIX ft. TRAVIS SCOTT & GUNNA)

Travis Scott (who dropped off Day N Vegas at the last minute) has hopped on a new remix of "Hot" by Young Thug (who was added to Day N Vegas at the last minute). (And like the album version, Gunna is here too.)

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TROUBLE - "AIN'T MY FAULT" (ft. BOOSIE BADAZZ)

Trouble and Boosie Badazz join forces for this slice of bouncy, trunk-rattling, Southern trap. Tis a slapper.

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METRIC - "COMMON LIVES"

Canadian trio Metric released this new single today, which is a collaboration with musicians Sergio Acosta, Rodrigo Guardiola, Sanchez Dub and Capri to benefit The Monarch Ultra, an organization dedicated to conserving habitats of monarch butterflies. "Common Lives" finds them in smoky, funky territory.

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LUCY DACUS - "LAST CHRISTMAS"

It hasn't even been 24 hours since Halloween, but Lucy Dacus isn't waiting to get into the Christmas spirit. For the latest track on her EP of holiday songs and covers, 2019, that she's been sharing songs from throughout the year, Lucy puts her own unique, punk-inspired spin on this Wham! classic.

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THE NATVRAL - "YOU LOOKED LIKE A PORTRAIT" (DEAR NORA COVER)

The Natvral, aka Pains of Being Pure at Heart frontman Kip Berman, has just shared a cover of "You Looked Like a Portrait" by indie rock band Dear Nora (of whom he is a fan). Like most of what he does as The Natvral, Kip strips the song back to its bare essentials.

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FLORA HIBBERD - "AS LONG AS THERE IS NIGHT"

UK singer-songwriter Flora Hibberd just released The Absentee EP today and should appeal to fans of all things dark and orchestral (such as Nick Cave, Chelsea Wolfe, Leonard Cohen). Stream the whole thing and watch her brand new video for "As Long as There is Night."

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GRID FT LYDIA LUNCH - "STRANGLEHOLD: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO HERBERT HUNCKE"

The great Lydia Lunch has teamed with NYC avant-jazz trio GRID for a new song, "Stranglehold : The World According to Herbert Huncke." It's a tribute to beat writer Herbert Hunke, who paved the way for Burroughs and Ginsberg.

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FOO FIGHTERS - 02050525 (EP STREAM FT. COVERS OF JAWBREAKER, THE PASSIONS)

Foo Fighters have just released another EP of covers and rarities. This one includes a nice version of The Passions' 1981 UK hit "I'm in Love with a German Filmstar," as well as a cover of Jawbreaker's "Kiss the Bottle," plus a few other tracks.

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RIVERS CUOMO - "BACKFLIP"

While we patiently (or begrudgingly) wait for Weezer to drop their upcoming album Van Weezer, frontman Rivers Cuomo released this new single, which serves as the theme song to the upcoming Netflix adaptation of Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham. It's very polished, but uh, we guess it's not so bad for the theme to a children's show.

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WIKI - "PESTO"

Wiki announced today that he'll have a new album out next week, and the announcement was accompanied by new single "Pesto," which you can read more about here.

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EARL SWEATSHIRT - "EAST"

Earl Sweatshirt's very good new project Feet of Clay is out today (read our review), and along with the release came a video for the accordion-fueled "East."

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A GIRL CALLED EDDY - "BEEN AROUND"

It's been fifteen years since A Girl Called Eddy's stunning debut album and she's finally back with it's follow-up, which features appearances from Paul Williams, The Watson Twins and more.

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SONDRA SUN-ODEON - "DESYRE"

Brooklyn's Sondra Sun-Odeon is releasing a new album later this month (featuring Thor Harris, Mary Lattimore, and more), and you can read more about the title track and its video here.

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DUSTER - "COPERNICUS CRATER"

Duster shared a new single off their upcoming self-titled album, their first in 19 years, and we wrote more about it here.

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