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파란노을 (Parannoul) Releases New Album After the Magic: Stream

The project follows the anonymous South Korean artist's 2021 breakthrough LP, To See the Next Part of the Dream. 파란노을 (Parannoul) Releases New Album After the Magic: Stream Bryan Kress

Boldy James Drops New Album Indiana Jones: Stream

Just days after being hospitalized due to a severe car accident, Detroit rapper Boldy James has continued to let new music flow with Indiana Jones, his new album in collaboration with producer RichGains. Stream it via Apple Music or Spotify below. Clocking in at 17 tracks, Indiana Jones heavily features Sir Michael Rocks of Chicago rap duo The Cool Kids, who appears on three tracks. Singer Jonathan Chapman, Detroit King Tape, and stuntwoman and singer Cassie Jo Craig also appear on multiple songs. Rounding out the guest list are Ann One, Chuckstaaa, Jai Imani, and Sammy Haig. RichGains previously worked on Freddie Gibbs’ 2018 album, Freddie, and his laidback, sample-based production is a good fit for Boldy’s self-assured flow and punchline-heavy rhymes. Advertisement Related Video Boldy ha...

Belle and Sebastian Premiere New Album Late Developer: Stream

Surprise! Less than a year after their latest album A Bit of Previous, Belle and Sebastian return today with another new full-length called Late Developers. Listen to it in full below via Bandcamp. Clocking in at 11 songs, Late Developers was recorded during the same sessions as A Bit of Previous. But as punk rocker and B&S superfan Jeff Rosenstock writes in the album’s liner notes, Late Developers “doesn’t feel like a collection of lesser-than songs that weren’t good enough to go on the ‘real’ record,” instead evoking the freedom and proficiency of skilled painters on “a jumbo-sized canvas.” Lead single “I Don’t Know What You See In Me” puts that metaphor into effect, swapping out Belle and Sebastian’s typical indie-pop jangle for a heavy dose of ’80s synth-po...

Mount Eerie Shares Brooding New Song “Huge Fire”: Stream

Phil Elverum has released a new song called “Huge Fire” under his Mount Eerie moniker. Stream it below. A slow-burner of a track, “Huge Fire” finds Elverum describing the weight of carrying years of emotional baggage. “Nothing but me and all this shattered wood I’ve been pulling,” he sings over swirling instrumentation. “Into a heap of flames and smoke, this is my life/ And by now I’ve lived long enough to know/ That nothing’s stronger than the blow.” “Huge Fire” appears on COLORS, a 20th anniversary compilation from Tokyo’s 7e.p. Records featuring current artists on the label, alumni, and “tour friends.” Beginning in April of last year, 7e.p. started putting out songs from the album on a weekly basis, and the arrival of the track completes the project. Advertisement Related Video Str...

Zach Bryan Drops Surprise Live Album All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster: Stream

Zach Bryan has made a strong statement with the title of his surprise new live album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live from Red Rocks), and vowed to embark on a 2023 tour with “prices as cheap as possible.” Stream the LP below via Apple Music or Spotify. “Seems there is a massive issue with fair ticket prices to live shows lately,” Bryan wrote in a statement shared on social media. “I have met kids at my shows who have paid upwards of four-hundred bucks to be there and I’m done with it. I’ve decided to play a limited number of headline shows next year to which I’ve done all I can to make prices as cheap as possible and to prove to people tickets don’t have to cost $450 to see a good and honest show. To clarify, I am playing a few festivals which I have no control over.” The country st...

Pink Floyd Release 18 Live Albums from The Dark Side of the Moon Era: Stream

Nearly one year after quietly dropping a dozen live albums on streaming services, Pink Floyd have once again surprise-released another batch of live performances, this time containing 18 recordings from their Dark Side of the Moon era. The new collection follows the band from January 23rd, 1972 to December 9th, 1972 as they developed and refined their career-defining 1973 LP, which went on to sell 24.8 million copies worldwide and stands as one of the highest selling albums of all-time. Among the performances are the group’s four-night run at London’s Rainbow Theatre, three Japan shows, and US stops to Chicago and Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl. In addition, a 5-song compilation, titled Alternate Tracks 1972, includes rare demos and remixes of “Time,” “On the Run,” and more. See the full list...

Boldy James and Cuns Drop New Album Be That as It May: Stream

Boldy James is keeping his foot on the gas to close out 2022 with the new album Be That as It May, a collaboration with Italian producer and Tuff Kong executive director Cuns. Stream it below via Apple Music or Spotify. Be That as It May is an 11-track scorcher featuring guest verses… Please click the link below to read the full article. Boldy James and Cuns Drop New Album Be That as It May: Stream Wren Graves [flexi-common-toolbar] [flexi-form class=”flexi_form_style” title=”Submit to Flexi” name=”my_form” ajax=”true”][flexi-form-tag type=”post_title” class=”fl-input” title=”Title” value=”” required=”true”][flexi-form-tag type=”category” title=̶...

Little Simz Reveals New Album NO THANK YOU: Stream

Little Simz has revealed her fifth album, NO THANK YOU, and you don’t have to wait to hear it. The 10-song LP is now available to stream below via Forever Living Originals/AWAL. NO THANK YOU reunites Little Simz, a.k.a. Simbi Ajikawo, with producer Inflo, who helmed her most recent effort, 2021’s Sometimes I Might Be Introvert, and who also leads the prolific London indie-R&B collective SAULT. Just hours before the album’s release, Little Simz unveiled the 10-song tracklist alongside the cover art, which features a candid profile shot of the British-Nigerian rapper. Sometimes I Might Be Introvert ranked No. 5 on Consequence’s Top 50 Albums of 2021 list Related Video NO THANK YOU Artwork: <img data-attachment-id="1259932" data-permalink="https://consequence.n...

Roger Waters Unveils The Lockdown Sessions: Stream

Roger Waters has unveiled The Lockdown Sessions, a six-song collection mostly recorded at home during the COVID-19 lockdowns of 2020 and 2021. Stream it below with Apple Music and Spotify. The Lockdown Sessions tracks were culled from Waters’ solo career and time in Pink Floyd: “Mother” and “Vera” originally appeared on The Wall; “Two Suns in the Sunset” and “The Gunner’s Dream” come from Waters’ final Pink Floyd record, The Final Cut; “The Bravery of Being out of Range” was a standout from his solo album, Amused to Death; and The Lockdown Sessions closes with “Comfortably Numb 2022,” which he recorded during the “This Is Not a Drill” North American tour. “Our ‘Us and Them Tour’ lasted three years,” Waters wrote in a statement. “At every gi...

SZA Reveals New Album S.O.S: Stream

SZA has finally returned with her sophomore album, S.O.S. Stream it below via Apple Music or Spotify. Arriving more than five years after the TDE singer’s breakout debut, Ctrl, the 23-track project includes features from Phoebe Bridgers (“Ghost in the Machine”), the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard (“Forgiveless”), and Travis Scott (“Open Arms”). S.O.S also boasts the previously released singles “Good Days,” “I Hate U,” and “Shirt.” The artwork for S.O.S takes inspiration from a photo of Princess Diana, as the pride of Maplewood, New Jersey recently explained. “Originally I was supposed to be on top of a shipping barge, but in the references that I pulled for that, I pulled the Diana reference,” SZA told Hot 97. “I just loved how isolated she felt and that’s what I wanted to convey the mos...

Neil Young Releases Harvest 50th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue: Stream

Neil Young has released the 50th anniversary deluxe reissue of his fourth solo album, Harvest, via Reprise Records. Stream it below via Apple Music. The 3xLP or 3xCD boxset features the Canadian-American singer-songwriter’s signature 1972 album along with three studio outtakes; a previously unreleased BBC performance from February 23rd, 1971; and a documentary called Harvest Time, which compiles two hours of behind-the-scenes material filmed in 1971 between Young’s “Harvest Barn” recording sessions in Northern California and later trips to Nashville and London. He previewed the collection by releasing the archival live rendition of “Heart of Gold” in October and the rare studio cut “Journey Through the Past” in November. Harvest stands as a high point in Young’s solo career, both creativel...

100 gecs Detail New Album 10,000 gecs, Surprise Release Snake Eyes EP: Stream

100 gecs are back tenfold: Not only has the cult duo just announced that their next album 10,000 gecs is due out on March 17th, but they’ve surprise released a new called Snake Eyes EP. Since they came out swinging with their 2019 debut LP 1,000 gecs, 100 gecs’ Dylan Brady and Laura Les helped turn hyperpop from an underground subgenre into the sound of a generation. If the handful of singles they’ve release in the few years since are any indication, 10,000 gecs will see them go where no gec has dared to go before. Pre-orders for its physical release are ongoing. The three-song Snake Eyes EP includes the first official release of fan-favorite “Hey Big Man,” which 100 gecs have teased as the opener of their more recent live shows. The EP also includes songs “Torture Me” ...