Thursday Music News

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  • 90s throwback heroes Yuck have released a new track entitled “Chew”. As is with the rest of their catalogue, the song is fantastically catchy and has more crunchy, fuzzed-out guitar than your ears can handle. Check it out below:

  • Sigur Rós have announced a North American tour in support of new album Valtari, out May 28. They will be making a stop in Seattle at the Paramount Theater August 8th, right after their stay at Lollapalooza. Check out the video for new single “Ekki Múkk” below:

  • Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky has finally announced a new single, hailing from his forthcoming debut studio album LongLiveA$AP (not to be confused with last year’s fantastic mixtape LiveLoveA$AP). The single is called “Goldie” and will be out for the world to hear on Monday.
  • Internet phenomenon rapper Lil’ B lectured at NYU last night (no, seriously). Thankfully, Pitchfork was on the scene and the full 90-minute lecture will be up on Pitchfork tomorrow. They have created a short trailer for the lecture, which you should watch below:

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