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Tuesday Music News

Wolf Parade are releasing their first album in seven years, Cry Cry Cry, on October 6 via Sub Pop. Today they’ve unveiled the album’s second single “You’re Dreaming” which was inspired by the shock and confusion following the 2016 U.S. presidential election. It’s accompanied by a cut-out visual made by artist Scorpion Dagger of a man runningRead more…

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Monday Music News

Singer-songwriter Jenny Mae Leffel passed away over the weekend at the age of 49, from “complications due to alcoholism.” The Columbus, Ohio-based artist started out in the band Vibralux before branching out for a solo career as “Jenny Mae.” She released two albums — her now tragically-titled 1995 debut There’s a Bar Around the Corner…AssholesRead more…

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Friday Music News

Scottish post-rock band Mogwai are releasing their 9th studio album in twenty years called Every Country’s Sun next week. We got a taste of the album via previously released tracks “Coolverine” and “Party In The Dark” but today they’re giving us a non-album track, the B-side to “Party In The Dark” called “Eternal Panther.” At 2 minutes and 45Read more…

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Thursday Music News

Phantogram have dropped the cinematic new video for the song “Funeral Pyre,” off of last year’s Three. Directed by Gianluca Minucci, the video takes place in a car slowly cruising through Los Angeles, documenting all the things seen out of the passenger window. Minucci describes the video as, “a phantasmagoric journey, from dawn to dusk, with people, sites, andRead more…

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Wednesday Music News

Chelsea Wolfe is releasing a new album called Hiss Spun on September 22 via Sargent House. In collaboration with Converge’s Kurt Ballou and Queens Of The Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen, she’s delving deeper into metal influences on the new album. She’s previously shared “16 Psyche” and “Vex” and today she’s premiered “Offering.” In aRead more…

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Tuesday Music News

This fall, Cults will release their first new record in four years, Offering. “I Took Your Picture” is the second single shared from the forthcoming LP, after the title track. The band says they were inspired by the Motels and the Cars for the track. “It’s a song about fleeting moments and how we let past feelings interrupt the possibility forRead more…

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Monday Music News

Legendary ’90s dream pop band Luna have reunited and are releasing two new albums on September 22 via Double Feature. One is a covers album called A Sentimental Education and the other is an instrumental EP entitled A Place of Greater Safety. They’ve previously shared a few songs off A Sentimental Education, including covers ofRead more…

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Friday Music News

Grizzly Bear dropped their fifth album, Painted Ruins, today via RCA but before it released they stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform lead single “Mourning Sound.” Ed Droste & Co played the beautiful, mellow song under a halo of red lights while Droste looked relaxed in a striped pullover. Catch all theRead more…

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Thursday Music News

Alvvays are due to release their highly-anticipated sophomore album, Antisocialites, on September 8 via Polyvinyl. Today they’ve shared the third single from the new album, “Plimsoll Punks.” It follows the wistful tracks “In Undertow” and “Dreams Tonite.” In a press release the band claims “Plimsoll Punks” is their response to Television Personalities’ 1995 song “Part-Time Punks”Read more…

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Wednesday Music News

Seattle’s own Shabazz Palaces recently released two new albums, Quazarz: Born On A Gangster Star and Quazarz vs. The Jealous Machines via Sub Pop. The single “Shine A Light” featuring Thaddillac has gotten the video treatment from director Neil Ferron and it’s a little eerie. According to a press release, the black & white clip “tells the story of a half-human/half-goatRead more…

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