Janelle MonŠe and Wondaland Records have released "Hell You Talmbout" -- a protest song featuring the entire Wandaland roster (MonŠe, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, Deep Cotton, St. Beauty, and George 2.0). Stream it in the replies.
Royal Headache are now streaming their sophomore album, High, via NPR. High releases August 21st via What's Your Rupture? and is a must-listen for fans of Against Me!, Frank Turner and lo-fi noise-pop.
Ilya Goldberg, Emancipator's violinist, has announced that he will be releasing his debut album under the moniker Lapa. The album, titled Meeting of the Waters is coming out on September 9th via Loci Records. You can hear the first single ďRoadwalkĒ in the replies, or download it at ďName Your PriceĒ on Bandcamp.
While the Russian composer and violinistís talent and extensive knowledge and interest in Western music set him apart in his home country, Goldberg quickly realized that in order to fully utilize and broaden the scope of his musical ambitions, he would need to relocate to America. His debut record is a testament to that commitment. His music explodes with the technicolor...
Before Antarctigo Vespucci, Chris Farren's main band was Fake Problems. Well, Fake Problems is releasing a new 7-inch this week of two songs that were recorded before the band took a break. You can stream one of those songs entitled, "Holy Attitude" over on Stereogum.
Kirk Huffman of Kay Kay and his Weathered Underground and The Wild Orchid Children released a video for his new project Real Don Music and their single "Smoke by Day" -- it's in the replies. The song is available on a limited edition 7" via WalkingHawk Records.
Matt Berninger of The National and Brent Knopf of Menomena and Ramona Falls will release a collaborative LP under the name EL VY titled Return to the Moon on October 30th via 4AD. You can stream the title track in the replies as well as see the artwork and track listing.
After we premiered their single last month, Shy Technology are streaming their new EP, Where We Go From Here, via The Wild Honey Pie ahead of its release (August 7th). You can stream the new release, influenced by frontman David Coulson's mother's cancer and the birth of his daughter, in the replies. The band will also play a record release show at the iconic Chicago Lincoln Hall this Friday.