15 New Songs Out Today

How To Dress Well – “Body Fat” video still

So many artists, so small time. Each week we examination 5 new albums (of all genres), turn adult even some-more new strain that we’d call “indie,” and speak about what steel is entrance out. We post music news, uncover recaps, lane premieres, and more all day. That includes a lot of tour announcements, a list of tonight’s NYC shows, and NY shows that only went on sale. We tell a monthly playlist of some of a favorite tracks. Here’s a daily roundup with a garland of interesting, newly expelled songs in one place…

HOW TO DRESS WELL – “BODY FAT”

How To Dress Well’s expected new manuscript The Anteroom comes out this Friday (10/19) around Domino, and now he common another good new singular from it, “Body Fat.” Main member Tom Krell says, “The strain is about a intergenerational delivery of mishap – about a approach fury persists in a strength from approach before we as an individual. This is because life is painful, because adore is difficult… When we initial started essay it, we felt like ‘damn THIS is a strain I’ve been perplexing to write for a final 5 years.”

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FUTURE x JUICE WRLD – “FINE CHINA”

Codeine-coated trap personality Future and emo rapper Juice WRLD assimilated army for a auto-tune fest “Fine China,” that is a small some-more in Juice WRLD’s, uh, world, than Future’s.

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HURRY UP – “YOU JUST WAIT”

Hurry Up (aka former Thermals members Kathy Foster and Westin Glass with Bangs’ Maggie Vail) are formulation to recover their new manuscript Dismal Nitch in 2019 and Stereogum premiered lead singular “You Just Wait,” a symphonic punk ripper with all a appetite you’d design from these three. As mentioned, they’re also touring with We Were Promised Jetpacks.

MARTIN FRAWLEY (THE TWERPS) – “YOU WANT ME?”

Australian indie rockers The Twerps are now on interregnum yet frontman Martin Frawley is operative on a solo manuscript with writer Stewart Bronaugh (Angel Olsen, Lionlimb) that will be expelled by Merge Records during some point. There aren’t sum over that yet Merge has common a song, “You Want Me?,” that Martin describes as “the prequel to a record, explaining because we am where we am, essay what we am.”

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SAVAK – “NATURE ERASED”

SAVAK’s third album, Beg Your Pardon, will be out in only a few weeks and they’ve only common a new lane from a album, “Nature Erased” — a tense, paranoid lane with a lot on a mind. “Lyrically we wanted to mix elements of a complicated lingo (‘narrative control,’ ‘startup culture’) with both corporate denunciation we’re bombarded with (‘surge-priced ride-share,’ ‘wearable tech’) and genuine concerns (‘private economy,’ ‘occupied land’),” says a group’s Sohrab Habibion. “We live in an epoch where news about Über’s amicable picture issues gets a same airtime as Israeli army unlawfully murdering Palestinian civilians.”

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FRIENDLY FIRES – “HEAVEN LET ME IN”

Friendly Fires returned from a interregnum progressing this year with “Love Like Waves”, and now they’ve common their second new strain of 2018, “Heaven Let Me In.” Ed Macfarlane says a dance-friendly track, co-produced with Disclosure, is “about being gentle in your possess skin. When we stop perplexing so tough and welcome your imperfections afterwards opportunities arise and doors open.”

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NENEH CHERRY – “NATURAL SKIN DEEP”

Neneh Cherry’s new manuscript Broken Politics, that was constructed by Four Tet, is out this week and she’s only expelled one of a tracks, “Natural Skin Deep,” around a Adult Swim Singles series. Powered by steel drums and hip bound airhorn blasts, it’s an an surprising lane that lulls we into acquiescence before slapping we opposite a face.

JOHN CARPENTER – “HALLOWEEN TRIUMPHANT”

The new Halloween movie is out this week that outlines John Carpenter’s lapse to a fear authorization after some-more than 30 years. (The film is destined by David Gordon Green, yet Carpenter is a Creative Consultant and is doing a score.) If you’ve been wondering what he’d do to his iconic theme, we can now hear “Halloween Triumphant,” that subtly updates it for stream times while remaining as now tangible as Jason Voorhees’ hockey mask.

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IAN WILLIAM CRAIG – “THE LAST WESBROOK LAMENT”

Vancouver ambient artist Ian William Craig, who also has a new strain on Jonsi’s new Liminal project, is releasing his new manuscript Thresholder on Nov 2 around 130701/Fat Cat and we can hear a droning new singular from it now.

BLACK DRESSES – HELL IS REAL (EP)

Canadians Dizzy (who also annals as Girls Rituals) and Rook collaborated on a disintegrating and absolute WASTEISOLATION, that came out in April, their entrance LP as Black Dresses. Now they’re following it with a new EP, HELL IS REAL. Like on WASTEISOLATION, a songs on HELL IS REAL broach emotionally installed lyrics in oral word, underneath layers of noise.

EURINGER – “IF IT AIN’T YOU TODAY IT WILL BE YOU TOMORROW” (ft. SERJ TANKIAN)

The Serj Tankian (of System Of A Down) collab from Mindless Self Indulgence thespian Jimmy Urine’s new solo manuscript is out, and we wrote some-more about it here.

CASS MCCOMBS – “NOISE SUITE FOR THE GREEN PARTY”

Cass McCombs recently expelled a Fred Neil cover with The Chapin Sisters, and he given returned with a new song, “Noise Suite for a Green Party,” that he said was for a Songs for Swing Left gathering (though it doesn’t seem to indeed be on that comp). It is indeed a sound suite, distant private from a singer/songwriter form things Cass customarily puts out these days.

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PAIGE STARK – “ALBATROSS” FT. JON BRION

Tashaki Miyaki singer Paige Stark has only common her entrance solo single, “Albatross.” Less misty than her rope is, there is a identical laconic, unreal charm. Jon Brion contributed to it as well.

BOY AZOOGA – “DO THE STANDING STILL” (THE TABLE COVER)

Cardiff band Boy Azooga, who expelled their entrance LP progressing this year and will be furloughed a U.S. soon, have tackled this obscrure gem from associate Welsh organisation The Table. The video stars onetime Flaming Lips drummer Kliph Scurlock — review some-more here.

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DIRECT HIT! – “DIFFERENT UNIVERSE”

Milwaukee punks Direct Hit! have common another singular from their arriving manuscript Crown of Nothing, and this one’s approach opposite for them — it’s an atmospheric, synth-fueled locus ballad. It also comes with a strain video and a rope says this about it: “Back when we were only starting to write this album, a crony of ours was violent adequate to write a book for a feature-length film fleshing a Crown Of Nothing’s tract and characters. This is a trailer for that film, set to a lead lane on a new album. If we wish a whole story, Walker Dubois took it to an even crazier length, and incited that same book into a comic book we can buy along with a new record. We’re unapproachable of all a work they did, and wish it pulls we into a universe we attempted to emanate with a strain this time around.”

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