Thursday Music News

  • Olympia punk band Bikini Kill has launched their own record label, Bikini Kill Records, in order to reissue their catalogue. Hopefully, this means that we can finally see some physical rereleases to go along with the digital ones available on Bandcamp! The band plans to release plenty of archived and unreleased demo material along with their EPs and LPs.
  • Instrumental rock band Maserati has released a new track through Pitchfork. “The Eliminator” comes from new album Maserati VII, out October 2. Grab it here.

  • In quite an odd pairing, Toro Y Moi and Odd Future’s Tyler, the Creator have teamed up for a track entitled “Hey You”. The track is a chilled out summertime jam and finds Toro Y Moi doing his thing and Tyler at his mellowest. Check it out over on the Odd Future Tumblr.
  • Talib Kweli released a new track today called “Push Thru”, featuring Kendrick Lamar and Curren$y. The three make a good team! Kweli is slowly feeding us material leading up to his new record Prisoner of Conscious, which still has not been given a release date. Listen to “Push Thru” below:

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