So many artists, so many songs, so little time. Each week we review a handful of new albums. (of all genres) put together more of what we call “indie” new music and talk about the upcoming metal genre. We post music news Catch up on premieres and more all day long. Weekly, we update playlists of some of our current favorite songs. This is a daily roundup with tons of interesting new releases all in one place.
YUNG BOOKE – “THE REAL A (WHTA)” (ft. TI, KILLER MIKE & SKOOLY)
Yung Booke tapped the entire Atlanta lineup, including Killer Mike, to pay tribute to his hometown on this song, which stands for “What Happened To Atlanta?”
Morgan’s Legacy – “WHO DEH LIKE U” (ft. BOUNTY KILLER, CHAM & STONEBWOY)
Long-running reggae band Morgan Heritage will release a new album. hometown On April 21, it will feature appearances by Shaggy, Beenie Man, Youssou N’Dour, Mádé Kuti, Stonebwoy, Bounty Killer, and more, the latter two coming in a new single, “Who Deh Like U.”
ALUNA & TSHA – “Kill Me”
Aluna (Aluna Francis, AlunaGeorge) and London-based DJ & Producer TSHA team up for “Killing Me”, a pop hit with a dancefloor. “With so much admiration for TSHA’s production work, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work together. But what came out surprised us both. It’s a catchy pop song. But it still looks new and fresh thanks to the outstanding originality that TSHA has for all of us. “It took a while for us to throw the songs around and even in the trash at one point. But our shared passion pulled us apart. And it’s finally ready to join the world!”
NI’JAH – ‘SWARM’ FT CHILDISH GAMBINO & KIRBY
Swarm, a new series created by Donald Glover about Beyoncé-style pop star Ni’Jah and her biggest fan (Dominique Fishback). and Donald Glover’s song “Sticky,” Childish Gambino.
DOECHII – “What Is It (BLOCK BOY) (ft. KODAK BLACK)
Doechii revives with new single “What It Is (Block Boy)”, which combines TLC’s “No Scrubs” and Trillville’s “Some Cut” into a nostalgic R&B track by Doechii, featuring vocals from Black Kodak.
DJANGO DJANGO – DON’T TOUCH THE DIAL FEAT Yuko
Part 2 Django’s double album ‘Off Planet’ Django opens with club-friendly Japanese rapper Yuuko.
Dave House – “Low”
Dave Hause talks about his new single, “Low,” which is a rock heartland song. “An upset in the stomach Endless starry eyed conversation Longing when you have to part The night was long and hot. Each of them stepped forward as best as they could. It certainly made for a magical moment. But at the end of the day The gritted question ended at ‘Will you love me when I’m down?'” It’s from his new album. Drive like a thief.
TAYLOR SWIFT – “EYES OPEN” (TAYLOR’s Version), “SAFE & SOUND” (TAYLOR’s Version), “If This Was a Movie” (TAYLOR’s Version) & “All the Girls You’ve Loved Before”
As she began her Eras Tour, Taylor Swift shared four never-before-heard songs: “Taylor’s Versions,” a three-track re-record of an existing song, and “All of the Girls You Loved Before.” loved one Output that was released for the first time.
Ballet – “Two girlfriends”
Craig Willse is back with father problemThis will be his first album The Ballet in four years. On May 26, Fika Recordings listened to the first single “Two Boyfriends”.
JOY OLADOKUN – “We’re All Going To Die” FT. Noah Kahan
Joy Oladokun’s new album proof of life It will be released next month and the last single is
“We’re All Dying,” featuring Noah Cahan. ‘We’re All Gonna Die’ started playing. We were shocked by the destructive fun,” says Joy. “Death is very dark and difficult for most people. including myself This song is about facing fear. And accept that we are all guessing what the best way to live is. I like that it emphasizes the humor that Both Noah and I have songs that other people might not like.”
Anna – “Rab (Jon Hopkins Piano Version)” FT LARAAJI
“’Receiving’ is the third collaboration I’ve done with my friend Anna,” says John Hopkins. “It’s a joy to create something new. From the great work she did with Larajee. And be a part of her happy new project. “Intent”. in the beginning I made the drone part out of the harp performance. Then reduce the tempo and pitch of Anna’s rhythmic elements to create a very deep, slow heartbeat. Then I wrote the piano part on top of this combination. What came out felt like a friend to Sit Around The Fire. I hope you enjoy it.”
Ben Copperhead – “Copperhead Vagabond”
“’Copperhead Vagabond’ is a mysterious autobiographical song about the origins of his namesake. That’s some kind of venomous snake that bit him on his 18th birthday under the full moon,” Ben Copperhead said of the song. on tape Voice over with psychedelic electric guitar pads hypnotic bass play and drumming by Euan Roger. This featured single is highlighted by an animated music video by Brian Zegeer, who provided the original artwork for the album.” moaning It’s out April 28th via Shimmy-Disc.
The Chemical Brothers – “No Reason”
Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons return with their first new song from The Chemical Brothers in two years. Opening with a drum-rattling beat, “No Reason” opens with a funky bassline and “Wooo!” hook before circling into the middle. of wonderful acid houses The song takes its name from a sample of “Courts or Wars”, a 1979 single from Second Layer, featuring Adrian Borland (The Sound).
FRED AGAIN.., SKRILLEX and FOUR TET – “BABY AGAIN”
After storming New York together in February, Fred, Skrillex and Four Tet have now teamed up to release the single “Baby Again”, created in an impromptu studio session in Pangbourne and heard for the first time. During Fred’s Boiler Room set up last summer The hypnotize track was played by the trio in each big and small set.
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