Killed Someone is a hardcore blast from the Men.
Fans of the New York band know these guys can veer from laid-back country to hard rock and punk.
The Men’s latest album, Drift, is expected out next week, March 2.
Listen to another new song from the Men here.
Catch It is a new song from Iceage.
The Danish punks have not released an album since Plowing Into the Field of Love four years ago. In fact, Catch It is the first new material since that record.
There’s no immediate word on a new album but the band is playing the U.S. this spring.
Rejoice fans of good music and good beer. The great duo Run the Jewels partnered with awesome Chicago brewery Pipeworks to release Panther Like a Panther stout.
The special beer, released Saturday, debuts the same weekend Black Panther opens in theaters. (Bonus: The movie features a Kendrick Lamar soundtrack.)
RTJ, Killer Mike and El-P, also plans stout releases later with New York’s Interboro and Miami’s J. Wakefield, according to a release.
Here’s a trailer for the movie.
Eleanor Friedberger plans to release her latest album Rebound May 4.
Listen to the track In Between Stars below.
I love Jeff Rosenstock’s new album, Post.
Check out this video for the song, Melba, below.
Is this the true trickle-down effect?
Not even two full months months into the new year and there have already been a number of good albums released.
Here are half a dozen recommended new releases, from longtime favorites such as No Age to punk upstarts Booji Boys.
No Age – Snares Like a Haircut
Shopping – The Official Body
Jeff Rosenstock – Post
Booji Boys – Weekend Rocker
Shame – Songs of Praise
The Soft Moon – Criminal
A Place to Bury Strangers is releasing Pinned, the band’s fifth album, on April 13.
Watch a video for Never Coming Back, the lead song from the new album.
King Tuff is releasing The Other April 13.
The new album will feature a change of pace.
For example, listen to the single Psycho Star.
Also check out the title track of the new album:
I’m an unabashed fan of almost everything Ty Segall has ever recorded.
At age 30, Segall has a large body of work — performing by himself, with the Ty Segall Band and with a number of side projects.
His latest album, Freedom’s Goblin, embraces ’60s and ’70s rock, psychedelia, funk, jazz, punk and more over 19 songs. Musically, it’s among the most interesting things Segall has put out.
Segall’s music often sounds like an homage to decades past yet feels new and fresh. Insanely catchy, his albums rarely disappoint. This one really delivers.
Segall and his band (now known as the Freedom Band) recently played on Jimmy Kimmel Live, performing the cover Every 1’s a Winner and Despoiler of Cadaver.
The Men just released Rose on Top of the World, a track from the band’s forthcoming album Drift.
It sounds pretty good.
The album is expected out March 2.