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Man Overboard Announce ‘Heavy Love’

Man Overboard will release their fourth full-length album, Heavy Love, on June 30 through Rise Records, and from all indications, they’re friggin’ stoked. How stoked, you ask? Earlier today, the group unveiled not one, not two, but three brand new singles, each with their own accompanying live video. Sample “Splinter,” “Now That You’re Home,” and “Borderline” […]

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G-Eazy Surprises Fans With Three New Songs

Capping off what has easily been his biggest year to date, G-Eazy has surprised fans around the globe with the release of three brand new tracks. You never know what to expect from Young Gerald, but on his latest collection of loosies the Bay Area rapper shares a darker, more aggressive side of his craft. […]

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Stream Two Songs Lana Del Rey Wrote For Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’

Lana Del Rey wrote two brand new songs for Tim Burton’s upcoming film Big Eyes, and early this morning both tracks found their way online. I’m all for new Lana Del Rey at any time and for any reason, even if the project that inspired her latest work is a complete snoozefest. Yes, we have […]

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Drake Releases Three New Songs, For Free, Without Warning

The don’t call him October’s Very Own for nothing. Drake has a long history of surprising fans and critics with new material when they least expect it, and earlier today – October 25 – he caught us off guard once again with the surprise release of three brand new tracks. One of them, “How Bout […]

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Big Sean Signs With Roc Nation, Shares Four New Songs

Big Sean has been making headlines in recent months because of his rumored relationship with Ariana Grande more than his music, but that all changed this week when Sean announced he had signed with Roc Nation. He now shares representation with the same people who handle the likes of Meek Mill, Shakira, and DJ Mustard. […]

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Stream Two New Tracks From Fucked Up

Following the release of their latest full-length, Glass Boys, Fucked Up announced that they would also be putting out a series of 7-inch records featuring several cuts that didn’t make it on to the album. Earlier today, we were graced with our first installment of said series in the form of “Blink” and “The Way We Did,” two […]

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Make Your Weekend Wonderful With Two New Tracks From Twin Forks

Since releasing their Dine Alone Records debut back in February, Chris Carrabba’s latest undertaking, Twin Forks, have won over countless hearts around UTG with their bubbly brand of poppy folk-rock. If for some reason you’ve been sleeping on the outfit, now is as good a time as any to get acquainted, as yesterday afternoon the […]

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Stream Two New Tracks From Arms & Sleepers

It’s Friday and I just wanna chill the day away; melt into the weekend with my eyes closed. These two new chillcore trip-hop jams from Arms & Sleepers will serve as the soundtrack on an endless loop. I’ve been awaiting new music from this Boston duo for some time. Black Paris 86 and Matador are […]

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Secrets Announce Deluxe Edition Of ‘Fragile Figures’

In the summer of last year Secrets released their sophomore studio album, Fragile Figures, via Rise Records. It was a step up for the group in terms of overall sound, and because of it they’ve experienced a boost in popularity. Now that some time has gone by since the album’s release, the band has announced […]

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Earl Sweatshirt Surprises Fans With Two Previously Unreleased Tracks

Friday just got way better, guys. Earlier this morning (6:00am ET), Earl Sweatshirt advised fans via Twitter to “search important_man464 on Soundcloud if you love Christ.” Though many were undoubtedly scratching their heads at the strange request, those that heeded the Odd Future cohort were given a special treat: two previously unreleased songs. Follow the […]

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Conor Oberst Debuts Seven New Songs Live

Conor Oberst has been in the music industry since he was twelve years old. It didn’t take him long to establish himself as a talented musician, and over a decade later he has a passionate group of fans. Between his solo work and his time with Bright Eyes and Monsters Of Folk, he’s easily in […]

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Jon Walker (Ex-Panic! At The Disco) Releases Second LP ‘Connections’

Yesterday, Jon Walker, the former bassist of Panic! At The Disco, released his second full-length album, Connections, and you can listen to/download it here, through BandCamp. As mentioned, Connections is Walker’s second album, acting as a follow up to 2011’s New Songs and two EPs. The record consists of 12 tracks, all of which Walker […]