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So many artists, so little time. Every week, we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music that we’d call “indie” and talk about what’s coming out of metal. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We update a weekly playlist of some of our current favorite tracks. Here is a daily summary with a bunch of interesting and recently released songs in one place.

PETER DOHERTY & FRÉDÉRIC LO – “THE EPIDEMIOLOGIST”

Libertines co-founder Pete Doherty and collaborator Frédéric Lo will release a new album The fantastic life of poetry and crime on March 18 and it’s the new sweeping single. “The epidemiologist” is swimming in the ropes. Beautiful song.

PUSHA T & NIGO – “HEAR ME CLEARLY” (PROD: KANYE WEST)

Nigo shared his Pusha T “Hear Me Clearly” collaboration from his upcoming album I Know Nigo which also features A$AP Rocky, Kid Cudi and more. The track was produced by Kanye West along with ThaMyind, Luca Starz and BoogzDaBeast

JOEY BADA$$ – “HEADS UP”

“It’s one of the best, purest, most realistic tracks I’ve ever created and I’m thrilled to finally be able to share it with the world,” Joey Bada$$ said of his new single “Head High”, produced by Statik. Selektah. “This one is for Nip, X, Pop and every young black man whose life was taken way too soon. This is for anyone who has to navigate everyday life with their head on a swivel.”

SIMON LOVE – “ME AND YOU”

London indiepop artist Simon Love will release a new album Love sex and death etc. April 8 via Tapete. “Outside of COVID-19 and all the dying and washing hands, it was surprisingly the easiest album I think I’ve ever done,” Simon says. “We were laser focused when it came to making these songs and it shows.” Check out the rather charming first single.

TELL SUE ME – “GEORGE & JANICE”

After announcing a spring North American tour, South Korean quartet Say Sue Me have officially announced their third album, The last thing left, which will be released on May 13 via Damnably. They also shared a new single, the dynamic indie pop track “George & Janice”.

MADI DIAZ – “FOREVER (NEW FEELINGS VERSION)” FT. ANGEL OLSEN

Madi Diaz’s new EP Same story, new feelingscompanion to his excellent 2021 album Story of a feelingwas released today, including this gorgeous new collaborative version of “Forever,” featuring Angel Olsen and Madi as a duo.

HOT RED PEPPERS – “CHILD POSTER”

Say what you will about the Chili Peppers’ smooth, grooving new song – which sounds a bit like the 1974 Reunion novelty hit “Life is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)” – the animated video hand drawn for “Poster Child” is pretty cool. New album Unlimited lovetheir first with John Frusciante in ages, comes out April 1st.

TINASHE – “HMU FOR A GOOD TIME” FT. VERY CHANNEL

Tinashe just released the deluxe edition of last year’s great album 333including an impressive collaboration with Channel Tres which finds both artists producing house-tinged R&B.

TED LEO – “PING PONG” (STEREOLAB COVER)

For Bandcamp Friday, Ted Leo released the Andy, get outwhich includes two remixed rarities from the past few years and a cool solo cover of Stereolab’s single “Ping Pong”.

IAN NOE – “BURN THE PRAIRIE”

Ian Noe’s new album Mad of the rivers and saints of the mountains comes out in a few weeks and here’s another understated and charming track.

PAUL WALL & TERMANOLOGY – “RECOGNIZING MY CAR”

Houston rapper Paul Wall is back with an old-school ode to driving slow and being seen. The great Pete Rock produces. Their collaborative album, Start 2 Endout April 8

POPCAAN – “CARTIER SKELETON”

Jamaican dancehall great Popcaan has released the first single from his new album Big is it, which will also feature in Drake’s Nike x NOCTA shoe launch campaign. “This song is about how I felt after ordering myself a Skeleton Cartier watch for my birthday,” he says. “It was possible because I worked. The goal is always to be richer – in more ways than one!”

A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE – “HIT DIFFERENT (FT. B-LOVEE)”

A Boogie teams up with B-Lovee again for this new track which features a video inspired by Guy Ritchie’s film To tear out.

BRUSH – “CAT”

Brush (ex-Chumped/Adult Dude) releases his first LP, Cabezaon April 8, and they shared the first single, a delicious and bubbly ode to our furry friends of feline persuasion.

FLYING RACTON JUMPSUIT – AFTER REFLEXION (EP FLOW)

Flying Raccoon Suit released Afterglow, which we named one of the best punk albums of the year, in 2021, and they followed it up with a new EP for Bandcamp Friday. “This EP includes some reimaginings of our songs,” they wrote. “For the past two years, where we haven’t played live as much, we’ve performed some of these versions in live streams, acoustically, as guitars backed by drum machines and posted on social media, and in all sorts of different ways. Check our previous albums to hear the original versions, but these are electronic, folk, and other reworkings that we’ve had fun playing and working with over the past few years.”

MESHUGGAH – “TURN ON THE SHORTENING FUSE”

Swedish metal veterans Meshuggah release their first album since 2016, Immutablenext month via Atomic Fire Records (pre-order on orange/red opaque vinyl), and they’ve shared the second single, the relentlessly heavy “Light the Shortening Fuse.”

RAMESH – “VALENTINO”

Ramesh is quite far from the jangly sound of his old band Voxtrot on his glitchy new single “Valentine” which has him screaming through the chorus. “The song is a stream-of-consciousness meditation on my many experiences in gay clubs – and in clubs in general – balancing the impulses of hedonism and the desire for deeper connection,” Ramesh said. His new album eternal spring comes out next week.

COLD GAWD – “MOVING TO CALIFORNIA IN MARCH”

Californian shoegazers Cold Gawd have signed to Dais Record and have just released their first song with the label. The band says “Moving to California in March” is “about the feeling of anxiety that is doing – what you think you are – the most important next step in your life.”

PAINTED SHIELD (PEARL JAM mem) – “LIFE IN REWIND”

Painted Shield is the supergroup of Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard, former Pearl Jam drummer (and prolific session musician) Matt Chamberlain, singer/songwriter Mason Jennings and soul/blues singer Brittany Davis, and their new album Painted Shield 2 will be released on April 22 via Loosgroove Records (the label co-manages Stone Gossard). The new single is the soaring, bluesy ballad “Life In Rewind”.

SAVAK – “EMPATHY” / “RECANTED (RELEASE THE SINGER)”

SAVAK has shared two more songs from their upcoming album Human Error / Human Delight. They say, “There’s definitely a zabuton cushion for you in our chabudai if you’re the type to like a little Murmur in your Missing chairs.” Chances are, if you know what it means, you’ll like it too.

KUBLAI KHAN TX – “LOYAL TO NONE”

Texas metalcore band Kublai Khan TX have a new EP, lowest animal form, en route, and the last single is “Loyal to None”. “‘Loyal to None’ isn’t loyal to anyone,” said the band’s Matthew Honeycutt. “When trust comes with tragedy and loyalty comes with heavy loss. We are once again crafting our interpretation of Texas chaos. To those who remain loyal, travel the world. To those who are not, die a thousand deaths.”

BKTHERULA – “KEEP DA K” & “CUT”

Rising Atlanta rapper Bktherula has released two new tracks, “Keep Da K” and “Coupe.” “These songs are memories of being young and carefree,” she said. REVOLT. “I wanted the visuals to be really raw and vulnerable and reminiscent of being a kid.”

JOEY FATTS – “BRIGHT LIGHTS” (ft. ALLYN)

Long Beach rapper Joey Fatts has announced a new album, QUICCSANDscheduled for March 18. It features songs featuring Blxst and Allyn, the latter singing the hovering hook on the new single “Bright Lights”.

PLACEBO – “HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN THE SKY”

“‘Happy Birthday In The Sky’ for me is one of the most heartbreaking moments on the album,” says Placebo’s Brian Molko. “Happy birthday in heaven is a phrase I’ve been using for a while. When I say happy birthday to people who are no longer with us, it communicates the kind of grief that we’re really, really good at communicating, I think. You know that feeling of loss, that feeling of despair. It’s like a part of your body and soul has been unjustly ripped from you. And you pin and pin and wait. The new album by Placebo Never let Me Go releases March 25.

BDRMM – “PORT” (APTBS REMIX)

British shoegaze band bdrmm release the Harbor EP featuring six remixes of the title track by Daniel Avery, Working Men’s Club, WH Lung, “It’s a pure brute force attack on the senses,” says bdrmm vocalist and guitarist Ryan Smith of the remix of A Place to Bury Strangers . “I would have expected nothing less from these guys. It sounds amazing.

KURT VILE – “HEAR LIKE A CHILD”

Kurt’s new album, (watch my moves)is out April 15th via Verve Records and is the pleasantly wandering second single.

SUPER FURRY ANIMALS – “WITHOUT FIXED IDENTITY”

“Of No Fixed Identity” was SFA’s very first recording, dating back to when actor Rhys Ifans (Notting Hill, Spiderman: No Way Home) was the band’s lead singer. The band says other lost songs from their archives are being excavated.

MICK TROUBLE – “ME AND THE MOTTO TREE”

Mick Trouble, the very British-sounding post-punk singer-songwriter, who may or may not be Jed Smith of My Teenage Stride and Jeanines in New York, is back with his second record. This is Mick Trouble’s second album. is loaded with even more wonderful earworm janglepop in the tradition of TV Personalities/Swell Maps/Jilted John.

OTOBOKE BEAVER – “I’M NOT MATERNAL”

Japanese punk bands Otoboke Beaver’s new album “Super Champon” will be released on May 6. It’s the first single.

AMENRA – “ROUTES” (PORTISHEAD COVER)

Belgian post-metalheads AMENRA have shared a cover of Portishead’s classic “Roads” for Bandcamp Friday. It’s a delicate, stripped-down acoustic rendition – just guitar and vocals.

SOUL GLO – “DRIPONOMICS” FT. MOTHER MARY ROSE

The new single “Driponomics” from genre-defying Philadelphia hardcore band Soul Glo is a straightforward rap song, which you can read more about here. This is from their long awaited new album Diaspora issues (pre-order on limited edition blue and red splatter vinyl).

EICHLERS – “99 RESOLUTION” FT. GIRL STRIP

The latest single from hyperska artist Eichlers’ new album My checkered future (pre-order on limited-edition electric blue vinyl) is the loud-voiced “99 Resolutionz,” featuring Tape Girl.

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