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…

LIANNE LA HAVAS - "PAPER THIN"

Soulful UK singer/songwriter release her self-produced, self-titled album -- which is her third LP and first in five years -- on July 17 via Nonesuch. The album features nine new original songs and a cover of Radiohead's "Weird Fishes," and today she followed lead single "Bittersweet" with second single "Paper Thin," and also released a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert for which she performed those two songs and older song "Midnight."

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ROLLING BLACKOUTS COASTAL FEVER - "FALLING THUNDER"

Australian band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever release new album Sideways to New Italy on June 5 via Sub Pop and here's a new single and video which was shot in old Italy. "Our friend Jamieson Moore shot the footage of Sicily, Sardinia and the Aeolian Islands on her phone while on vacation last year," says Tom Russo. "The Aeolian Islands is also where my and Joe Russo's ancestors are from. We were also planning to shoot the band playing in Eolian Hall in Melbourne (it’s a community hall founded by Aeolian immigrants). We got some practice footage but by the time it came to shoot the band, we were on lockdown. So it’s turned out as a kind of a love letter to a particular place."

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WOODS - "CAN'T GET OUT"

Strange to Explain, the new album from Woods, is out in a couple weeks and here's another early taste. "Can't Get Out" is a little different for Woods, powered by fuzzy bass and rather anthemic. Good stuff.

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DIRTY PROJECTORS - "LOSE YOUR LOVE"

Dirty Projectors are planning on releasing five EPs this year and the second of those, Flight Tower, is due out June 26 via Domino. They've just shared the video for "Lose Your Love" which was directed by David Longstreth and features lead vocals from Felicia Douglas.

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SONIC BOOM - "THINGS LIKE THIS (A LITTLE BIT DEEPER)"

Sonic Boom's music is often a headtrip but the video for "Things Like This (A Little Bit Deeper)" from his forthcoming All Things Being Equal is literally one, a nesting doll journey that heads deeper and deeper inside a bust, each time exporing unknown territory, blowing new minds.

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IAN ISIAH - "N.U.T.S." (prod. CHROMEO)

R&B singer Ian Isiah is releasing a new Chromeo-produced project, AUNTIE, this summer, and the first taste is "N.U.T.S (N*GG* YOU THE SH*T)." With Chromeo's involvement, Ian deviates from his usual atmospheric R&B style and instead offers up the kind of thumping, psychedelic funk that George Clinton would be proud of.

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MOUNTAIN MAN - "SLOW BURN" (KACEY MUSGRAVES COVER)

Mountain Man have been doing a series of covers, and their latest is this beautiful, harmony-laden take on Kacey Musgrave's "Slow Burn." "We are all huge fans of Kacey Musgraves," the trio says. "'Slow Burn' embodies the magic of the unfolding of life, the power of being present and patient and knowing that sometimes things just take time. Like following a thread—it requires attention and curiosity."

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JPEGMAFIA - "BALD!" (REMIX FT. DENZEL CURRY)

JPEGMAFIA released a new remix of his recent single "BALD!", which was already a great song, but which is even better now thanks to a fiery new verse from Denzel Curry.

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MIGOS - "TACO TUESDAY"

It's a Tuesday and it's also Cinco de Mayo, so it's probably no coincidence that Migos chose today to release their new song "Taco Tuesday." The song samples Lebron James.

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MIKEY ERG - BON VOYAGE EP

Cult pop punk icon and one of the busiest drummers around, Mikey Erg dropped a new four-song EP with three new originals and a cover of The Beatles' "Mother Nature's Son" that are all done in the classic pop punk style that Mikey and The Ergs! won us all over with. Super fun.

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SQUIRREL FLOWER - "SO HOT YOU'RE HURTING MY FEELINGS" (CAROLINE POLACHEK COVER) & "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT"

We've already heard a quarantine cover of Caroline Polacheck's "So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings" from Waxahatchee, who transformed it into a twangy folk song. Here's another one, from Squirrel Flower, who gives it a slow-burning, shimmery, indie rock vibe. She's shared it alongside another track, "Take it Or Leave It," which was only available on a bonus 7" that came with some copies of her album I Was Born Swimming previously.

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THE REAL MCKENZIES - "BEER AND LOATHING"

Celtic punk vets The Real McKenzies announced a new album, Beer & Loathing, due July 3 via Fat Wreck Chords, and the driving, anthemic title track is out now.

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EARTHEATER - "BELOW THE CLAVICLE"

“I wrote ‘Below the Clavicle’ when I was waiting to understand more about a situation before talking about it — when the meaning was still below the clavicle and hadn’t made it up to my head yet," says Eartheater of this ethereal, orchestral new single. "The understanding was still underground — forging in my heart and gut. In my upcoming album, I thought a lot about lava and volcanoes and the formation of stone and mountains.”

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BAD MOVES - "END OF TIME"

Speaking of cult pop punk icons, Bad Moves (whose lineup includes David Combs of The Max Levine Ensemble and Spoonboy) offered up another taste of their upcoming LP Untenable (due June 26 via Don Giovanni).

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-(16)- - "ME AND THE DOG DIE TOGETHER"

Sludge veterans -(16)- have unleashed a second single off their upcoming album Dream Squasher (due 6/5 via Relapse), and it's yet another thick, beefy, bone-crushing slab of sludge from this consistently great band.

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SELF-HYPNOSIS (mem ESOTERIC, LYCHGATE, more) - "CONTAGION"

Self-Hypnosis is a new progressive doom band with some familiar faces, and today they released the trippy, hypnotic, 14-minute "Contagion" off their upcoming debut album Contagion of Despair, due August 21 via Svart Records.

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LESSER GLOW - "TOBA"

Boston sludge/post-metallers Lesser Glow have shared another song off their upcoming album Nullity (due 5/29 via Pelagic), and it's the kind of towering, heavy yet atmospheric stuff that fans of Neurosis and Isis should definitely check out.

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JORGE ELBRECHT - "TUESDAY MORNING"

Jorge Elbrecht of Violens and Lansing-Drieden has shared this new track which fall under his Presentable Corpse banner. If you like dark but sparkling '80s style guitar pop, few do it better than Elbrecht.

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FONTAINES DC - "A HERO'S DEATH"

Ireland’s Fontaines D.C. will release new album A Hero’s Death on July 31 via Partisan. Once again, the band worked with producer Dan Carey (who worked on their debut) and they’ve just shared the first single which is also A Hero’s Death‘s title track. The video, directed by Hugh Mulhearn, puts them on a fictional talk show hosted by Aidan Gillen who you may know better as Littlefinger from Game of Thrones or as Baltimore politician Tommy Carcetti on The Wire.

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SLEAFORD MODS - "SECOND"

Need more Game of Thrones cast members in indie band videos from across the pond? Here's Sleaford Mods' "Second", that depicts an open mic night with an alternate universe version of the band as portrayed by Kate Dickie (who played Lysa Arryn on Game of Thrones) and Emma Stansfield (Skins, The Tudors). They do pretty good impersonations of the Mods, too!

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...AND OCEANS - COSMIC VOID MOTHER (ALBUM STREAM)

Finnish black metal vets ...and Oceans' first album in eighteen years comes out this week, but you can hear the whole thing now and read more about it at Invisible Oranges.

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LYDIA AINSWORTH - "FOREVER"

Los Angeles-via-Toronto songwriter and composer Lydia Ainsworth released her third album, Phantom Forest, last year, and as she works on her fourth, she's shared a new single, "Forever," which she says "is a song about an attempt at astral projection in order to be close to a loved one who is far away."

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BIBIO - "SLEEP ON THE WING"

Stephen Wilkinson returns with a new Bibio album, Sleep On The Wing, on June 12 via Warp. It comes just a year after the very good Ribbons and like that record, strings play a big part here which, like most everything on the record, Wilkinson played himself.

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WIRE - "THE ART OF PERSISTENCE"

Wire were originally releasing 10:20 — a new album featuring rare, unreleased and reworked tracks — as a Record Store Day exclusive, but it’s now going to receive a wide release on June 19 via their own pinkflag label. (June 19 is one day before what was to have been the rescheduled Record Store Day which has now been moved again.) With this news comes a second track from the album, “The Art of Persistence."

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