Tuesday Music News

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  • Dance label LuckyMe is releasing a new, free song a every day until Christmas as a part of their own amazing advent calendar. Today’s offering (Day 17) is “Terra Star” from Scottish producer Rustie. It’s a more intense version of his song “City Star” that he released last year. Download it here, and check him out tonight in Seattle at Barboza. [Stereogum]

  • Dev Hynes, who performs currently as Blood Orange suffered a tragic loss when his NYC apartment caught fire and he lost “scores, hard drives… ..clothes, sentimental items. Everything from my life is gone. My dog died in the fire. I will love you forever Cupid. I miss you.” You can help him recover at least part of his life through GoFundMe. [UPROXX]
  • On March 18, Black Lips will drop their new album, Underneath the Rainbow. Check out the album’s first single “Boys in the Wood.” It’s a raw, delicious sample of what’s sure to come. [Pitchfork]

  • Last night, Steven Colbert kicked off his Christmas Carols Week with The National and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gregg Allman. They all sang a festive rendition of “Silver Bells” that is sure to put a smile on your face. [CoS]

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  • In honor of reaching 100 thousand followers on Twitter, Four Tet has shared a compilation of previously unreleased tracks and you can stream them all below. This eclectic variety of songs was recorded between 1999 and 2012, so you’re in for a trip down memory lane. One offering is simply called “ECT (Nov 2000).” [CoS]

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