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…

YOUNG DOLPH - "RNB" (ft. MEGAN THEE STALLION)

Young Dolph and Megan Thee Stallion are already forces to be reckoned with on their own. Together, they sound as unstoppable as you'd expect.

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DANILEIGH - "DOMINICAN MAMI" (ft. FIVIO FOREIGN)

R&B singer/rapper DaniLeigh follows her recent DaBaby collab "Levi High" with this new single featuring rising Brooklyn drill rapper Fivio Foreign. "Levi High" found DaniLeigh in airy R&B mode, but she spits on this one.

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WIKI - "CASH OUT" (PROD. A LAU & TONY SELTZER)

Wiki recently debuted this song in a COLORS session and now the official studio version is here. It's great.

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AMINE - "RIRI"

Aminé has a way of making catchy, melodic rap that doesn't really sound like anyone else, and this song is no exception.

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JUICE WRLD - "TELL ME U LOVE ME" (ft. TRIPPIE REDD)

Another posthumous single by Juice WRLD, whose life was tragically cut short at 21, is here, and this one features Trippie Redd.

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ORVILLE PECK - "NO GLORY IN THE WEST"

Following his 2019 Sub Pop debut, Pony, masked country singer Orville Peck has signed with Columbia Records who will release his new Show Pony EP on June 12. "I loved my experience with Pony," says Orville. "However, Show Pony is a more confident perspective and allows me to share even more both lyrically and musically. Like all country albums, Show Pony is a little collection of stories – some sad, some happy – and I am excited for people to hear it. Working with Shania was a dream come true, her music made me feel empowered as a kid and was a huge influence on me." The EP includes recent single "Summertime", a duet with fellow Canadian Shania Twain, as well as this lonesome cowboy ballad that comes with a beautifully shot video.

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DIPLO - "INTRO" FT ORVILLE PECK

Meanwhile, Orville also appears on Diplo's new "country" album, Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil. Orville's on the opening "Intro."

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NO ROME - "HURRY HOME (FEAT. BEABADOOBEE & JAY SOM)

No Rome has teamed with fellow Filipino artists Beabadoobee and Jay Som for this new track which was produced by No Rome's frequent collaborator, George Daniel of The 1975.

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AJJ - "CANDY JAIL" (SILVER JEWS COVER)

AJJ have released a studio version of their cover of Silver Jews' "Candy Jail" (which singer Sean Bonnette has performed live for years), and they do a great job of staying faithful to the original while also making it entirely their own.

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KELSEY LU - "MORNING DEW"

Genre-defying musician Kelsey Lu has released a new song called "Morning Dew" (not a cover of the Bonnie Dobson song that was famously covered by the Grateful Dead). It features Onyx Collective's Isaiah Barr on saxophone and it's a gorgeous, psych-folk-tinged song.

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ALEX LAHEY - BETWEEN THE KITCHEN AND THE LIVING ROOM (EP STREAM)

Alex Lahey reworked five previous tracks for her surprise new quarantine EP. "A few weeks ago," she writes, "I found myself with all my plans taken away from me in exchange for more time than I knew what to do with. Looking forward felt too daunting, which made me flustered and upset. So, I decided to look back. Here are five reimagined AL tracks recorded by myself while in isolation."

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WHITE SEA - "FAKE CRY"

Not only is White Sea (aka M83 collaborator Morgan Kibby) on three songs on the just-released Lady Gaga album, she's also got her own new single out today. It's a great dose of atmospheric art pop.

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EL TEN ELEVEN - "SHIMMER"

Post-rock vets El Ten Eleven released the first of a planned trio of albums, Tautology I, earlier this month, and now they've shared the first single off the second, Tautology II, which is due out July 10.

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CLUB INTL - "CRUSH" (PRODUCED BY JOHNNY JEWEL)

John Eatherly, who you may know from Public Access TV and Be Your Own Pet, just released his debut single Club Intl. "Crush" was produced by Chromatics' Johnny Jewel and is out via Italians Do It Better, and if that means anything to you, you already kinda know what it's going to sound like -- sleek and electronic.

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YOUNG EJECTA - "CRAYON CACTUS"

Synthpop duo Young Ejecta are back with a new album, Ride Lonesome, due out June 26 via Driftless Recordings. The first single, "Crayon Cactus," pairs hyper-modern lyrical references with shimmering synths.

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LES BIG BYRD - "ROOFIED ANGELS"

Swedish band Les Big Byrd are back with a new EP that's out in June. Here's the title track that fuses heavy psych and krautrock into one driving, a seven-minute burner.

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PLANET LOSER - "INSIDE YOUR MIND"

Planet Loser is an '80s-indebted dream pop duo from Tampa, and their new single on 6131 is a pretty fresh take on these familiar sounds.

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RMR - "I'M NOT OVER YOU" (CO-PROD. TIMBALAND)

After going viral with "Rascal," RMR has continued to drop more singles and each one continues to be pretty good. This one is no exception. His debut EP Drug Dealing Is A Lost Art comes out next week (June 5 via CMNTY Culture/Warner).

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KAMAIYAH - "EXTRAVAGANT"

'90s-style West Coast rap devotee Kamaiyah has been super prolific lately, and like all of her other recent music, "Extravagant" is infectious.

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ONSLAUGHT - "RELIGIOUSUICIDE"

Onslaught are one of the original UK thrash bands, and if you haven't listened to their '80s classics like Power From Hell or The Force in a while (or ever), you should break those out. They hold up. These days, their only original member is guitarist Nige Rockett (current vocalist Dave Garnett actually joined this year, and two other members joined in 2018), and this current lineup of the band is releasing its first album, Generation Antichrist, on August 7 via AFM Records. New single "Religiousuicide" isn't as purely evil as the band's classics, but all things considered, it's not bad at all.

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GARY OLSEN - "THE OLD TWIN"

The Ladybug Transistor's Gary Olson released his solo debut today, made in Norway and sporting a verdant, spring-like orch-pop sound. You can listen to the whole thing and check out the video for new single "The Old Twin":

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DEATHLIST - YOU WON'T BE HERE FOR LONG

Jenny Logan, who used to make music in Brooklyn with Ribbons, before moving to Portland to form Summer Cannibals, now leads band Deathlist who just released their debut album. "Deathlist doesn’t do happy," reads the band bio and you get that pretty quick listening to the gothy, synthy, sultry post-punk they make.

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MANSIONS - "BLACK AND WHITE"

Mansions announced their first album in seven years and released the first single, and you can read more about it here.

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LAMB OF GOD - "ROUTES" (ft. TESTAMENT'S CHUCK BILLY)

Lamb of God have released a thrashy new song inspired by the No DAPL movement, and it features guest vocals by thrash legend Chuck Billy, who is of Pomo Native American heritage. "It was imperative for me to have a Native voice represented on the song," said Randy Blythe, and Chuck said "it was a great honor as a proud Pomo Native American to be asked by Lamb of God to do some guest vocals on this song." Read more here.

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LIL YACHTY - "T.D" (ft. A$AP ROCKY, TYLER THE CREATOR, TIERRA WHACK)

Lil Yachty's new album Lil Boat 3 is out today, and it includes this very cool song with the impressive cast of A$AP Rocky, Tyler the Creator, and Tierra Whack. Read more here.

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NEIL FINN - "FIND YOUR WAY BACK HOME" FT. STEVIE NICKS & CHRISTINE MCVIE

Neil Finn is a legend in his own right, having been part of New Zealand groups Split Enz and Crowded House, but recently (pre-coronavirus) he was also a touring member of Fleetwood Mac. (He and Heartbreak Mike Campbell were drafted after Fleetwood Mac parted ways with Lindsey Buckingham). Neil has just released a new solo single, "Find Your Way Back Home," that has him teaming with Fleetwood Mac's Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie. Nicks sings a verse and McVie sings backup.

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