Thursday News Roundup

  • It’s no secret that The Black Keys have had a new album in the works, but it’s only been recently that they’ve begun to reveal the juicy details. The album will be called El Camino and is set to be released December 6 (the first single, “Lonely Boy,” will come out October 26). For more details, including a tracklisting, click here. Below you can watch the album’s trailer in which comedian Bob Odenkirk plays a used car salesman trying to get rid of an “El Camino:”

  • Summery psych-rockers Real Estate are scheduled to release their sophomore album Days on October 18, but you can listen to the entire record right now via NPR. All you have to do is click here. You can also download the Days track “It’s Real” through KEXP right here; it was one of our Songs of the Day in August.
  • On November 22, Death Cab For Cutie will be release an EP containing remixes of songs off their 2011 album Codes and Keys. It will be titled Keys and Codes. Click here to listen to “Doors Unlocked and Open” as remixed by Cut Copy.

  • New Los Campesinos! track. Listen to “Hello Sadness” here.
  • British music mag NME has released its list of the best 150 tracks of the last 15 years. Radiohead comes in at #1 with “Paranoid Android.” Click here to take a look at the full list.
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