So many artists, so little time. Each week we review a handful of new albums (of all genres), put together some more new music that we would call “indie” and talk about what metal comes out. We post music news, song premieres and more all day long. We are updating a weekly playlist some of our favorite tracks right now. Here is a daily recap with a bunch of interesting songs recently released in one place.
MELII – “HEY STRANGER” & “WILL YOU LET ME GO?”
New York R&B singer Melii is back with her first new music in nearly two years, a two song single titled Winter in New York. Winter in New York officially begins tomorrow, and these two songs will warm you up right away.
DOMO GENESIS – “IDFK”
Domo Genesis has been pretty quiet lately, but he had a remarkable verse about his former bandmate Odd Future Tyler, the creator. Call me if you get lost and he would prepare for a new album in 2022 titled Things happen to us. Hoping this album has more of where this great new single came from.
RAV – “ASS BACKWARDS” (ft. OPEN MIKE EAGLE, prod. ANT of ATMOSPHERE)
London rapper Rav has released this new single produced by Ant of Atmosphere and starring Open Mike Eagle, and it’s a hazy, psychedelic dose of indie rap. He’s also touring North America in 2022. All dates and tickets (including Knitting Factory Brooklyn on April 26) here.
MAC DEMARCO – “I’ll be home for Christmas”
Always one for festive glee, Mac DeMarco took over the holiday standard “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”, doing a pretty straight and jazzy take on the song that was made famous by Bing Crosby. The video features an inflatable Christmas tree trying to get home for the holidays.
FIVE PEBBLES (WEATHERDAY) – EP ‘FORGETMENOT’
Enigmatic Swedish musician Weatherday has released a new glitch and shoegazy indie rock EP called Five Pebbles. “I wrote and recorded this album in a week, overnight,” Weatherday writes on the Bandcamp page. “This is the spiritual resurrection of a lost EP that I did years ago. I came in with the same genre and sound in mind as I did back then. forgive for removing the old EP. “
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