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…

MOSES SUMNEY - "CUT ME"

Moses Sumney has shared another song off his anticipated new double album græ and also finally revealed the release date for part one of the album: February 21 via Jagjaguwar. The new song is another great dose of art rock that's keeping our hopes high for the rest of this album.

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CODE ORANGE - "SWALLOWING THE RABBIT WHOLE"

Code Orange have debuted another song off their anticipated new album Underneath, and this one shows off their mechanical industrial side before erupting into a full-blown metalcore attack.

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MEEK MILL - "BELIEVE" (ft. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE)

Meek Mill's hot streak continues. Fresh off a genuinely touching tribute to Nipsey Hussle, he dropped another sentimental ballad featuring the first Justin Timberlake hook since 2018.

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JARBOE - "ILLUSORY"

Former Swans member Jarboe will release new album Illusory on April 16 via Consouling Sounds. “‘Illusory’ is a Buddhist way regarding the illusion of the self / illusion of perception of reality," notes Jarboe and the title track is brittle and beautiful, little more than piano and mellotron and her gorgeous voice.

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HAMILTON LEITHAUSER - "HERE THEY COME"

“The song ‘Here They Come’ is about a friend who is constantly running from his problems,” says former Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser. “I love him to death but when the going gets tough, he’ll always just cut and run. The song is about the specific moment when the lights are coming up in a movie theater where he’s been hiding all day.” It's the first single from Hamilton's new album The Love of Your Life. Perhaps your reaction to this song will be different that Ethan Hawke's.

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DAISIES- "EVERYBODY'S MOVING TO LONDON"

Olympia, WA electronic group Daisies, who sound a little like Saint Etienne, have followed up last year's What Are You Waiting For? with the Cherries EP which will be out February 21 via K. "Everybody's Moving to London" is snappy, danceable travelogue.

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EACH OTHER - BE NICE TO EACH OTHER EP

Veteran NYC DJ Justin Strauss and Max Pask have teamed up to form duo Each Other. They've just released their debut EP which is out via DEEWEE, the label run by Soulwax/2ManyDJs' Dewaele brothers. All three cuts are dark. trancelike and inviting.

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DAVID BOWIE - "NUTS"

Here's another track from Is It Any Wonder?, the posthumous David Bowie EP that collects unreleased songs all dating around his mid-'90s album Earthling. "Nuts" is mostly an instrumental with a little bit of distorted spoken word from Bowie.

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JG THIRLWELL & SIMON STEENSLAND - "HERON"

Foetus founder JG Thirlwell has collaborated with Swedish multi-instrumentalist and theatre music composer Simon Steensland on a new album, Oscillospira, which is out April 24 via Ipecac. You can get a taste of the bombastic, operatic gothy "chamber prog" to come with first single "Heron."

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AZUSA - "MONUMENT"

Azusa — aka vocalist Eleni Zafiriadou (Sea + Air), bassist Liam Wilson (The Dillinger Escape Plan), guitarist Christer Espevoll (Extol), and drummer David Husvik (Extol) — have shared another song off their upcoming album Loop Of Yesterdays, and it's another great example of this band's ability to mix tough hardcore and ethereal pop.

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OTBOKE BEAVER - "I AM NOT MATERNAL"

The awesome Japanese punk band Otoboke Beaver have dropped a new single, and it's a rager about the societal pressures that women are expected to give birth. "I’ve met a lot of people who insist 'giving birth is obligation,'" said vocalist Acco. "I’ve never had the thought 'I want a baby,' and I don’t think this is bad."

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BLUEFACE - "OBAMA" (ft. DABABY)

For a minute there, it seemed like DaBaby and Blueface were both simultaneously on the cusp of a big breakout, until DaBaby obviously eclipsed Blueface. But now, DaBaby has lent some of his star power to Blueface's highly catchy new single "Obama," which (naturally) comes with an animated visual where two near-nude women dance for Obama in the White House as Obama makes it rain.

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NICKI MINAJ - "YIKES"

For someone who's retired, Nicki sure releases a lot of music! It's also -- given its title -- probably at least sort of a response to all the controversy Nicki's been surrounded by lately. And it's also a tough, moody rap song that sounds pretty great despite all that other stuff.

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DEJ LOAF - "BUBBLY"

The consistently great sing-rapper DeJ Loaf is back with another one. Drop the album, DeJ!!

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ROYCE DA 5'9" - "UPSIDE DOWN" (ft. BENNY THE BUTCHER & ASHLEY SORRELL)

Eminem might not be taking advantage of having the Griselda crew signed to Shady Records when he releases his own new music, but at least his frequent collaborator Royce da 5'9" is.

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IHSAHN - "NORD"

Ihsahn (whose legendary band Emperor are playing a rare US show at Psycho Las Vegas) goes in a slower, more somber (but still blackened) direction on the latest taste of his Telemark EP.

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PHANTOGRAM - "PEDESTAL"

Dancepop duo Phantogram will release their new album Ceremony, on March 6 via Universal. “Ceremony is what Phantogram is to us,” says singer Sarah Barthel. “Everyone has their own ceremony and they don’t have to relate to anyone else’s but Phantogram is our ceremony: our process, our ritual. Playing shows is our ceremony for everyone. And for us.” New single is the widescreen, anthemic "Pedestal."

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CARLY RAE JEPSEN - "LET'S BE FRIENDS"

A week ahead of Valentine's Day, Carly Rae Jepsen offers up this song with three words no one wants to hear from the object of our affection. “’Let’s Be Friends’ is about the little lie we all share to soften the blow of a breakup,” says Jepsen. “This Valentine’s Day I’d prefer to just rip off the band aid. See you never!”

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NAPALM DEATH - "LOGIC RAVAGED BY BRUTE FORCE" & "WHITE KROSS" (SONIC YOUTH COVER)

Napalm Death have shared their first song in four years, along with a Sonic Youth cover, and you can read more about it here.

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DOGLEG - "KAWASAKI BACKFLIP"

Michigan emo-punks Dogleg officially announced their debut album Melee today, along with the release of this second single.

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WORST PARTY EVER - "FALSE TEETH"

Worst Party Ever's first EP for No Sleep comes out next week and you can read more about new single "False Teeth" here.

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LADY LAMB - "ARIZONA"

Lady Lamb has shared another new single, the lovely and widescreen "Arizona" which you can read more about here.

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