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Pinegrove streaming new album 'Cardinal' (listen)
Feb 11, 2016 10:22am | Brooklyn Vegan

by Andrew Sacher

Pinegrove

Montclair, NJ indie rockers Pinegrove will release their new album Cardinal this week via Run For Cover, and now they're streaming the whole thing. It's cathartic, emotionally bare indie rock with a bit of twang in there too, and it's a winner from start to finish. Check it out below.

Pinegrove play NYC the day their album comes out (Friday, 2/12), opening the sold-out Modern Baseball / Jeff Rosenstock show at Baby's All Right. Then they tour with Into It. Over It., TWIABP and The Sidekicks, which hits NYC on April 22 at Irving Plaza.

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Gorilla vs. Bear x SiriusXM // February 11
Feb 11, 2016 10:11am | Gorilla Vs Bear

Our SiriusXM show airs today and every Thursday at noon EST + again at midnight, on channel 35 SiriusXMU. Today's show features new jams from Mssingno, Junior Boys, Future, Jamie xx & Four Tet, Mt. Si + more. Listen here + check the full playlist below:

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Hear Bengas supercharged new single Power
Feb 11, 2016 9:59am | Fact Magazine

It’s a rave new world for Benga as he drops another comeback track.

Ahead of his Fabric performance on Friday night, the Croydon-born artist releases ‘Power’, an instrumental roller with a Big Bassline and a scree of wobbly synths. It’s taken from his Future Funk EP, which is out on Bengas own label on February 26.

Speaking about the new track, he said: “This is electronic Benga music that I believe in and I cant wait to play it at Fabric tomorrow.”

Benga made a return to the music world this year after taking time out to focus on his mental health issues.

Read this next: 15 key moments from Bengas game-changing career.

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David Vassalotti Broken Rope
Feb 11, 2016 9:59am | StereoGum
David Vassalotti - David Vassalotti is best known as the guitarist in Merchandise, but he will release a debut solo album tomorrow by way of Wharf Cat Records. All of the singles we've heard off of Broken Rope have been humbly rendered, guitar-driven bits of wisdom, and its title track is no exception. Listen below and check out … More »









Stream BJ The Chicago Kid In My Mind
Feb 11, 2016 9:57am | StereoGum
BJ The Chicago Kid - In My MindAfter working with half the cool young rappers on the planet, the grainy, wizened, frighteningly talented soul singer BJ The Chicago Kid has made the major-label leap, and he's getting read to release his new album In My Mind. We've already posted songs like "Love Inside," "Turnin Me Up," and the Chance The … More »









Eaux Claires Music Fest 2016 lineup (Bon Iver, James Blake, guest-filled Grateful Dead tribute, Erykah Badu, Melvins, more)
Feb 11, 2016 9:51am | Brooklyn Vegan

photo: Bon Iver in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
Bon Iver

Earlier this week, Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival curators Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner (The National) sent out a mixtape to people who bought early bird tickets to the festival. It had unreleased music from several artists, who were presumably set to play the festival. Now the official lineup is announced, and it has several of those artists plus a lot more exciting stuff.

Possibly most excitingly, the Dessner brothers are presenting 'Day of the Dead,' which will have a number of musicians paying tribute to the Grateful Dead, like The National and their friends are doing for their upcoming tribute album. Eaux Claires also features James Blake and Bon Iver (who are rumored to also collaborate at the festival), Beach House, Eighth Blackbird with Bryce Dessner & Bonnie 'Prince Billy, Erykah Badu, Jenny Lewis, Jon Hopkins, Mavis Staples, Melvins, Deafheaven, My Brightest Diamond, Nathaniel Rateliff, Phosphorescent, S. Carey, Sarah Neufeld, Shabazz Palaces, Vince Staples, Tenement, LNZNDRF, Bruce Hornsby (performing The Way It Is), Cornelius (performing Fantasma) and more.

The festival happens August 12 & 13 in Eau Claire, WI. Tickets go on sale Friday (...


BJ the Chicago Kid and Kendrick Lamar join forces on The New Cupid listen
Feb 11, 2016 9:45am | Cosequence Of Sound

Next week, BJ the Chicago Kid will drop his major label debut, In My Mind. Ahead of the February 19th release date, the LP is streaming its in entirety below courtesy of NPR.com.

The 15-track Motown effort boasts a handful of big-name guests. Two songs of particular note are “The New Cupid” featuring Kendrick Lamar and the Chance the Rapper-aided “Church”.

Both MCs have long been familiar with BJ’s work. Previously King Kendrick collaborated with BJ on “His Pain”, “The World Is a Ghetto”, and “It’s True (Remix)”. Chance, meanwhile, enlisted BJ for the Acid Rap offering “Everybody’s Something”.

Pre-order the album here.

In My Mind Tracklist:
01. Intro
02. Man Down (feat. Buddy and Constantine)
03. Church (feat. Chance the Rapper and Buddy)
04. Love Inside (feat. Isabella)
05. The Resume (feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
06. Shine
07. Wait Til the Morning (feat. Isa)
08. Heart Crush
09. Jeremiah/World Needs More Love (feat. Eric Ingram)
10. The New Cupid (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
11. Womans World
12. Crazy
13. Home
14. Falling on My Face
15. Turnin Me Up



Black Mountain Mothers Of The Sun Video
Feb 11, 2016 9:39am | StereoGum
Black Mountian - Mother Of The Sun videoVancouver-birthed psych-rock greats Black Mountain haven't released a proper studio album since 2010's Wilderness Heart, but they're coming back later this year with a new LP that comes bearing the appropriately-epic title IV. The first song we've heard from the album is the sprawling, eight-minute "Mothers Of The Sun," which starts out narcotized and … More »









RJD2 The Sheboygan Left
Feb 11, 2016 9:38am | StereoGum
RJD2 Dame FortuneGenre-blending Philly producer RJD2 is prepping to drop his latest solo LP Dame Fortune this spring. He's already unleashed the soulful lead single "Peace of What" and today he's back with the funky, wobbling joint "The Sheboygan Left." The track begins with big drums and a whomping bassline before opening up into synth … More »









Fruit Bats announce new album & tour (dates, stream); Eric D Johnson playing a collab show w/ Kevin Morby & Sam Cohen
Feb 11, 2016 9:37am | Brooklyn Vegan

by Andrew Sacher

photo: Fruit Bats at AMH in 2015 (more by Tim Griffin)
Fruit Bats

After Fruit Bats main member Eric D Johnson put out a record as EDJ, he went back to Fruit Bats and now he's ready to release the band's next album, Absolute Loser, on May 13 via Easy Sound Recording Co. The first single is "From A Soon-To-Be Ghost Town," which brings a country-ish twang into the classic Fruit Bats sound. Check out a visual for the song below.

Fruit Bats will also be touring in the spring. But much sooner than that, Eric D Johnson teams with Sam Cohen and Kevin Morby (who also just put out a great new song) for a collaborative set at NYC's The Box on Saturday (2/13). The show description reads, "Sam, Eric and Kevin will accompany one another on new arrangements of their songs. They will also each cover one song by their fellow performers. It promises to be different take on the songs spanning their careers." Tickets are available.

The Fruit Bats tour kicks off in Brooklyn on May 12 at Rough Trade. Tickets for that one go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon. All dates are listed below.

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Thao & The Get Down Stay Down Astonished Man
Feb 11, 2016 9:36am | StereoGum
Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - Thao Nguyen has been putting out consistently great off-kilter rock with her the Get Down Stay Down band for over a decade now. Her latest release is A Man Alive, which was produced by tUnE-yArDs' Merrill Garbus. We heard lead single "Nobody Dies" last year, and today she's following that up with another new … More »









Eddie Vedder performs My Generation with Adam Sandler, Norm MacDonald (!) watch
Feb 11, 2016 9:30am | Cosequence Of Sound

Former Saturday Night Live cast members Adam Sandler, David Spade, Rob Schneider, and the legend himself, Norm MacDonald, have teamed up for a comedy tour. Last night they played a gig at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre, and who might show up but Kevin Nealon! Just kidding, it was actually Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder. Apparently the comedians had trouble performing The Who’s “My Generation” so Vedder came out for an assist. Watch fan-shot footage below.

Seriously, thank god Kevin Nealon didn’t show up. I can take only so much of his hack Xarelto schtick.



Fetty Wap played two Irving Plaza shows with Post Malone and 50 Cent (pics, video, review)
Feb 11, 2016 9:30am | Brooklyn Vegan

photos by Nick Karp, words by Andrew Sacher

Fetty Wap / Post Malone & 50 Cent
Fetty Wap
Post Malone

Fetty Wap is currently on tour in support of his unstoppable hits-filled 2015 debut album, and he stopped by NYC this week for sold-out Irving Plaza shows on Tuesday (2/9) and last night (2/10). I got there last night just as opener Post Malone was finishing up. For both nights he brought out 50 Cent, who was doing "What Up Gangsta" as I got in. 50's new material isn't so hot but he still brings it live on those old favorites. Then Post Malone finished up with his hit "White Iverson" (which he had also played earlier in the set). I'm still not 100% sure what to make of this guy, but no question that song gets stuck in your head and everytime he put the mic down the crowd sang it for him.

Fetty didn't waste much time at all getting on stage (he was actually seven minutes early). His DJ came out right after Post Malone left, and after warming the crowd up, they played a video on the big screen about Fetty's pre-fame roots. Then Fetty took the stage and delivered nonstop for his 40-ish minute set. Fetty hardly has any songs that aren't hits. Even the ones that didn't technically crac...


Black Mountain releasing 'IV' and share video for "Mothers of the Sun, touring this spring (dates)
Feb 11, 2016 9:24am | Brooklyn Vegan

by Bill Pearis

Black Mountain

Black Mountain will release their new album, IV, via Jagjaguwar on April 1. The first single is an eight-minute monster titled "Mothers of the Sun" whose core riff the band has had in their back pocket for some time. Says guitarist Stephen McBean, "Sometimes a riff hangs out in the basement for 10 years before it's finally ready to hit the streets." The video, directed by Ben Jacques and Justin Gradin, aims as wide as the song with a plethora of psychedelic and mystical imagery. Watch below.

Black Mountain will be on tour this spring, including a stop at Levitation in Austin. No East Coast shows announced at this time, unfortunately. All dates are listed below.

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Nicolas Jaar remixes Kanye Wests Blood on the Leaves listen
Feb 11, 2016 9:10am | Cosequence Of Sound

Photo by David Brendan Hall

The Life of Pablo, the new album from Kanye West, finally arrives later today after much anticipation, name changes and holdups, and Twitter meltdowns. Before we have a record chock-full of fresh Yeezy material, though, producer Nicolas Jaar is revisiting one of the MC’s 2013 tracks, “Blood on the Leaves”, with a new remix.

Jaar’s atmospheric reworking actually dates back to 2014, where it served as the backdrop for a short film honoring the artist Barbara Kruger. The Pippa Bianco-directed visual was commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and made its premiere at South By Southwest last year.

Check out the remix/short film below and/or here.

Revisit the original:


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