So many artists, so little time. Each week we review five 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…

TODAY IS THE DAY - "BURN IN HELL"

Genre-defying heavy music legends Today Is The Day have unleashed the third taste of their anticipated new album No Good To Anyone in the form of "Burn In Hell," which starts out as swaggering hard rock but then takes an unexpectedly vicious turn.

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NNAMDI - "FLOWERS TO MY DEMONS"

The unpigeonholable NNAMDÏ has shared the third single off his upcoming BRAT, and this one finds him putting his very unique twist on '60s/'70s-style folk and coming out with something that could only be released today.

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SWAMP DOGG - "GOOD, BETTER, BEST" FT JUSTIN VERNON

Swamp Dogg's new country album Sorry You Couldn't Make It is out March 6 and features a cavalcade of cool guests. Bon Iver's Justin Vernon lends his vocal and guitar talents to soulful new single "Good, Better, Best."

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ONYX COLLECTIVE - "MY FUNNY VALENTINE" (ft. NICK HAKIM)

Just in time for Valentine's Day, NYC jazz group Onyx Collective have released an airy reimagining of "My Funny Valentine" with help from Nick Hakim, which will appear on their upcoming album Manhattan Special: Onyx Collective Plays Rodgers & Hart / Rodgers & Hammerstein.

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WORRIERS - "BIG FEELINGS"

Worriers' new album, You or Someone You Know, is out March 6 via 6131 Records, and the latest taste of it the band has shared is the driving "Big Feelings." Talking about the accompanying video, which she directed and edited, vocalist and songwriter Lauren Denitzio says, "I’m wildly impressed by the women and queer folks I know who do things like roller derby and roller skating in skate parks, and I wanted to make something that would showcase that. I wanted to make something with my extended community that would get to feature something both skilled and a ton of fun. I had never shot or edited a skate video before and this was just so much fun to make, let alone be there to watch folks."

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MIGOS, YOUNG THUG & TRAVIS SCOTT - "GIVE NO FXK"

Six of the biggest rappers in the world "give no fxk" on this larger than life new single.

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BOYS NOIZE - "GIRL CRUSH" (ft. RICO NASTY)

Long-running beatmaker Boys Noize has released a new single with the unstoppable Rico Nasty, who delivers her sing-raps in an unusually hushed, smoky form on this moody new single.

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BAD BUNNY x SECH - "IGNORANTES"

Reigning Latin trap king Bad Bunny and rising Latin R&B singer Sech (who's touring soon) link up on this breezy, mid-tempo jam.

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POLO G - "GO STUPID" (ft. NLE CHOPPA & STUNNA 4 VEGAS)

The fast-rising Polo G taps NLE Choppa, DaBaby collaborator Stunna 4 Vegas, and producers Mike WiLL Made-It and Tay Keith for hard-hitting, undeniably-slapping new song.

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G HERBO - "IN THIS BITCH"

G Herbo is releasing his new album PTSD on February 28 via Machine Entertainment Group, and it'll include this hazy new single.

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YG & KEHLANI - "KONCLUSIONS"

Power couple YG and Kehlani are celebrating Valentine's Day with this syrupy, romantic slow jam.

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MOLLY BURCH - "NEEDY" (ARIANA GRANDE COVER)

Ahead of her tour with Tennis, Molly Burch shared a new Ariana Grande cover, transformed with her smokey vocals, romantic vocals. "Anyone who follows me or my music knows that I stan Ariana Grande," Molly says. "On my last tour, I thought it would be fun to cover one of her songs and it ended up being a favorite part of the set for me. It was very freeing for me to dip my toes into a style I've always wanted to sing, and I think it was a fun treat for my audience too. I got some requests from sweet people asking me to record the song – so this is dedicated to them."

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POM POM SQUAD - "RED WITH LOVE"

Brooklyn indie rock band Pom Pom Squad released their sophomore EP, Ow, last year, and now they've revealed their first new music of 2020. Alternately grungy and tender, "Red With Love" is accompanied by a video filmed, in part, at soon-to-close NYC venue The Dance. Vocalist and guitarist Mia Berrin says, "'Red' is my first proper love song and a pretty unguarded look into my heart, my relationship anxiety, and my acceptance of my own queerness. The first time I walked into The Dance, I was so inspired. I knew it was the perfect place to capture the feel of this song. I'm sad to see it go."

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LAURA VEIRS - "I WAS A FOOL"

"My marriage was falling apart. I was strumming my guitar and I felt a song coming on," says Laura Veirs of this fragile, heartbreaking song. "Normally songwriting for me involves editing and fussing before the song feels 'right', but not this time. I grabbed my phone and recorded this song as it wrote itself — it came out this way, completely formed and realized. It’s a rare thing for this to happen to me. I've released 11 albums, and this is the first song I've released that I recorded myself, in the moment, on my own."

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PINS - "HOT SLICK"

UK post-punk trio PINS are back with new single "Hot Slick" that was produced by Jamie Hince of The Kills. This is synthier than PINS have ever been before, and dives into Giorgio Moroder territory.

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ULVER - "RUSSIAN DOLL"

Black metal turned trip hop turned synthpop legends Ulver are promising to release a new album this year, and the first taste is "Russian Doll," which finds them very much in the Depeche Mode-ish gothy synthpop realm.

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HATEBREED - "WHEN THE BLADE DROPS"

Metalcore OGs Hatebreed have dropped a new single, and it may not be anything new, but for a band this far into their career, it kinda rips.

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MACHINE HEAD - "CIRCLE THE DRAIN"

Machine Head, who have been celebrating the 25th anniversary of their debut album Burn My Eyes on tour, have now unleashed a new song, and it's a real shapeshifter that goes from ballad territory to headbang city and back.

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DISEMBOWEL - "IMMOLATION"

Having formed in 2016 and released three demos, Portland OSDMers Disembowel will now release their debut full-length Echoes of Terror on March 6 via Maggot Stomp and the first single is the burly, dense "Immolation."

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THE HOMELESS GOSPEL CHOIR - "YOUNG AND IN LOVE"

The Homeless Gospel Choir, who recently announced a tour with '90s punk vets Good Riddance, have now announced a new album, This Land Is Your Landfill, due April 24 via Anti-Flag's A-F Records. Main member Derek Zanetti made this one with Matt Miller (Endless Mike and the Beagle Club, Wingnut Dishwashers Union), Maura Weaver (Mixtapes, Ogikubo Station), Megan Schroer (Boys, Kitty Kat Fan Club), and Craig Luckman (Small Pollen, Belly Boys), and it was produced by Anti-Flag's Chris #2, and lead single "Young and In Love" is a catchy, '90s-style punk anthem that'll probably go over very well when THGC open for Good Riddance.

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NUDIE MAG - "110"

Nudie Mag, the Weezer-esque crunchy power pop band from Twitching Tongues vocalist/God's Hate guitarist Colin Young, will release their debut full-length album Our Milk on March 13 via Triple B, and the sweet, tender sounds of lead single "110" are out now.

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ZACHERY ALLAN STARKEY (ZAS) - "XXX"

A fixture at NYC dance clubs, DJ Zachery Allan Starkey will release new album Fear City. "XXX is my musical synthesis of a journey I have made literally hundreds of times, finding escape and release from the struggles of daily life on the dance floor," says Zach. "It's a song for both my journey and the journey I've seen many others make in the safety offered by nightlife spaces. XXX is about celebrating sex, pleasure, and freedom. Musically, XXX is my attempt to marry my love of both Techno and symphonic music"

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WITCH'S WALL - "WITCH'S WALL"

Alabama's Witch's Wall will release Witch's Wall on April 3 and first single is titled "Witch's Wall." That should be easy enough to remember, plus this song -- slow and dreamy -- is pretty catchy.

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MMEADOWS - "KING OF THE CASTLE"

mmeadows is the new-ish NYC duo of Kristin Slipp and Cole Kamen-Green, who have played together for years in Cuddle Magic, and who both have impressive resumes of their own too. Kristin is currently a keyboardist/backing vocalist in Dirty Projectors, and Cole played trumpet and did horn arrangements for Beyonce‘s 4 and self-titled album. You can read more about their new single "King of the Castle" here.

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BUZZCOCKS - "GOTTA GET BETTER"

Pete Shelley died in 2018 but Steve Diggle decided to keep the Buzzcocks flame alive and the band have now shared their first single since Shelley’s death.

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BRENDAN BENSON - "GOOD TO BE ALIVE"

He might be better known as co-leader of The Raconteurs these days, but Brendan Benson has been putting out his own offbeat pop records since the mid-’90s and has just announced Dear Life, his seventh solo album, which will be out April 24 via Third Man. Here's the first single.

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GANG OF FOUR - "THE DYING RAYS"

Andy Gill was working on new Gang of Four music right up until his untimely passing two weeks ago. That EP, titled This Heaven Gives Me Migraine, will be out digitally on February 26 and features reworked versions of four Gang of Four songs from throughout the band’s run. This is a rework of “The Dying Rays,” which was on their 2015 album What Happens Next and was originally sung by Herbert Grönemeyer.

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