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ScHoolboy Q drops new single “CrasH”: Stream

This Friday, ScHoolboy Q will return with his latest album, CrasH Talk , via Top Dawg Entertainment. In anticipation, he’s unveiled one final preview track. “CrasH” comes on the heels of previously revealed offerings “Numb Numb Juice” featuring Tyler, the Creator and “CHopstix” featuring Travis Scott. While these past two singles sported special guests, this latest number

The Internet’s Steve Lacy shares new single “N Side”: Stream

Just like that, Steve Lacy is back with new music. The Internet member released a new single called “N Side”, and longtime fans will be pleased to know it’s worth the wait. “N Side” picks up right where Lacy’s most recent solo release, Steve Lacy’s Demo, left off in 2017. A slow, automated drum part

Amon Amarth Talk New Album, Berserker, and New Single, “Raven’s Flight”

Melodic death metal vikings Amon Amarth are set to unleash their newest opus, Berserker, on May 3rd, having just released an epic video for the first single, “Raven’s Flight”. The Swedish metal band has been delivering the crushing riffs for more than a quarter century, with Berserker being the band’s 12th studio album. We recently

Modest Mouse to release first new single in four years

Later this month, Modest Mouse will return with their first new single in four years. The Pacific Northwest indie rock veterans will release “Poison the Well” as a digital single on March 29th. It will then be pressed on limited-edition “triangular mint-green” vinyl, b/w another new song, for Record Store Day (April 13th). Modest Mouse

Devin Townsend shares new single “Evermore” and animated video: Stream

The release of Devin Townsend’s new album EMPATH is just weeks away, promising an amalgamation of heavy styles and musical exploration from the Canadian artist. Townsend has dropped a new single from the album, “Evermore”, along with an accompanying music video featuring a spacefaring cat that spends too much time on its phone and crash

Posthumous Charles Bradley single, “Can’t Fight the Feeling”, unveiled: Stream

Dunham and Daptone Records will mark what would have been Charles Bradley’s 70th birthday, on November 5th, with the release of his posthumous final album, Black Velvet. Due out on November 9th, the 10-track LP was first previewed with the album opener, “I Feel a Change”. Today brings another teaser in the form of “Can’t Fight the Feeling”.

Meredith Graves and Nick Zinner guest on Savages offshoot 180dB’s debut single: Stream

Savages members Fay Milton and Ayse Hassan have broken off on their own on a new side project dubbed 180dB, kicking off their new collaboration with the debut single, “Road Trip”. According to a press release, “Road Trip” came about as a result of a chance meeting between Milton and Goldie at a political rally