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Beck Returns With Slick New Singles “Hyperlife” and “Uneventful Days”

Beck has announced the release date for his fourteenth studio album, Hyperspace, and also dropped two brand new singles. The album arrives November 22, and the new songs, “Hyperlife” and “Uneventful Days,” are both available to stream now. The songs feature glistening, atmospheric production, though the latter is bouncier and more fully formed. Beck has also shared the complete Hyperspace tracklist, and revealed that Chris Martin,...

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Listen to a 20-Year-Old Prince Record a Breathtaking First Version of “I Feel for You”

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Prince’s sophomore album Prince, the Purple One’s estate has dropped the previously unreleased demo for the album track “I Feel for You.” The song became a mega-hit for Chaka Khan in 1984, earning her two Grammys. “The special, stripped-down demo recording captures a 20-year-old Prince in a raw,...

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Jimmy Eat World Show Grit on New Album Surviving

Veteran rockers Jimmy Eat World released their tenth studio album, Surviving, on October 18. It includes the previously released “Love Never” and “All the Way (Stay).” The band also released a brand new music video for “555.” The album was produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who worked with the band on their last record, 2016’s Integrity Blues. “Justin’s great. He has such...

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Marilyn Manson Buries Himself in New “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” Video

Marilyn Manson’s version of the folk song “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” has received a proper release as a single. Manson has performed the song—recorded over the decades by the likes of Odetta Holmes, Elvis Presley, and most famously, Johnny Cash—on tour in recent years, and his studio version appeared on the soundtrack for the...

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R.E.M. Strip Down Their Kurt Cobain Tribute “Let Me In” With a New Remix

R.E.M. have released a remix of their Kurt Cobain tribute “Let Me In” from the band’s 1984 album, Monster. The new version cleans up the original, stripping away the organ and elevating Michael Stipe’s vocals to the top of the mix. Stipe told BBC that the song’s transformation reflects his grieving process, as well as the...

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Big Thief Release Intricate, Lyrical New Album Two Hands

Big Thief have released their fourth studio album Two Hands. The ten-track release follows two recent singles—”Not” and “Forgotten Eyes”—and arrives less than six months after the band’s third album U.F.O.F. hit shelves back in May. “It has been two years, and in that time Adrianne had just written so many songs,” guitarist and vocalist...

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Kim Gordon Releases Gorgeous New Album No Home Record

Kim Gordon’s solo debut album No Home Record is now available in full. The multi-instrumentalist and former Sonic Youth member has so far released three solo singles from the album—”Sketch Artist,” “Air BnB,” and “Hungry Baby“—which arrived with their own music videos. “I have this drum machine I borrowed from a friend and it’s very...

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Refused’s New Song “Economy of Death” Has a Bone to Pick With Capitalism: Exclusive

Considering 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue’s current occupants, you’d think more bands would be releasing songs expostulating Tweeter-in-Chief Donald Trump’s polarizing policies. Instead, musicians rant on social media, rarely infusing politics into their lyrics. Good thing there’s Swedish hardcore-punk progenitors Refused out there, still stirring the pot. On War Music, their upcoming fifth full-length, Refused’s message is...

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Dean Wareham, Jad Fair, Dozens More Pay Tribute to David Berman on New Covers Album

French music website Section 26 has assembled a massive compilation album of covers paying tribute to the late Silver Jews and Purple Mountains frontman David Berman. Galaxie 500’s Dean Wareham, Moldy Peaches’ Adam Green, Half Japanese’s Jad Fair, and Diane Cluck are among the several dozen artists who recorded renditions of Berman’s songs for the...

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Kim Gordon Delivers Perfect Distortion on New Single “Hungry Baby”

Kim Gordon has shared a new song from her upcoming solo debut, No Home Record. “Hungry Baby” is a distorted mass of guitar and percussion, building gradually toward a breathless climax. It follows the previously released “Sketch Artist” and “Air BnB,” both of which came along with their own music videos. “Murdered Out,” released late last year,...

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