Tuesday Music News

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  • Canadian multimedia artist Mac DeMarco will release his new album, Salad Days on April Fool’s Day – no joke. Now you can listen to his amazing new track, “Passing Out Pieces.” It’s a dreamy, psychedelic ditty that makes a mighty fine lead single. [CoS]


  • Singer-songwriter Casey Dienel, aka White Hinterland, is gearing up for the release of her fourth album, Baby (out April 1 via Dead Oceans). Check out the lyric video for her first new track in four years, “Ring The Bell.” [Pitchfork]

  • Erika M. Anderson, better known by her stage name EMA, has shared the release date for her upcoming The Future’s Void album. The 10-track collection will drop on April 8 via Matador. She’s also gifted us with the video for the album’s opening number “Satellites.” [Pitchfork]

  • “Break The Bank,” the newest song from Schoolboy Q has a classic, old-school feeling with a distinctively dark twist. The LA rapper’s newest compilation, Oxymoron, will be released by TDE/Interscope on February 25. [Stereogum]

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