Tame Impala, Kid Cudi, Hot Water Music, Curren$y, more

So many artists, so little time. Every week we review a handful of new albums (from all genres), round up even more new music we’d call “indie” and talk about what metal comes out. We post music news, track premieres and more all day. We are updating a weekly playlist of some of our current favorite tracks. Here is a daily summary with a bunch of interesting and recently released songs in one place.

KID CUDI & NIGO – “WANT IT BAD”

Having recently shared the A$AP Rocky collab from his upcoming album I know Nigo, Bape founder Nigo has now shared the Kid Cudi collab. It was produced by Pharrell, and it finds Kid Cudi taking on more of a gurgling auto-tuning vibe than usual.

TAME IMPALA – “THE BOAT I ROW”

Tame Impala just released B-sides and remixes of Slow Rush and one of the unreleased songs is this sweet jam.

THE WEDDING GIFT – “I WILL NOT FALL IN LOVE WITH YOU”

“As a songwriter, you usually tend to want to push yourself and continually try new ideas, but I’m under no illusions here,” says David Gedge, frontman of Wedding Present and founder of the new group single. “‘I Am Not Going To Fall In Love With You’ has a ‘classic’ wedding present running through its veins. It’s co-written by Jon Stewart who was a huge Wedding Present fan when he was in college. [and we were at RCA Records] and it’s like he was drinking from a bottle of distilled essence of Bizarro and the Hit Parade when he came up with this one!” This is from TWP’s 2022 Monthly Singles Series.

SHOUT OUT LOUDS – HOUSE

the new Shout Out Louds album, lodgecame out today and if there’s a classic touch to it, it’s because it was produced by Peter Bjorn & John’s Bjorn Yttling, who were behind the scenes for 2007 Our ill will. “We still love what we do and we get along like when we were 15, which is crazy but so nice,” says frontman Adam Olenius. “It makes us really happy that we can still travel around the world and hear people say that our music has helped them in some way. We just want to create a space for people to be completely themselves. themselves and getting a little closer to where they hope to go in life.

CANDESCENT ANNOUNCEMENT – “WYNASH GARDEN”

UK band Candescent AD have announced a new EP, Dissociation into three fractions, due April 1 via Church Road. The first single “Wynash Garden” falls under the metalcore umbrella, but there’s a lot of other cool stuff going on too and it’s definitely not tied to any specific genre.

HOT WATER MUSIC – “LOCK UP”

Hot Water Music has shared the third single from their upcoming album feel the voidand like the previous two, this one is an anthemic ripper that feels like it could have come straight out of their classic early 2000s era.

HAILEY WHITTERS – “THE NEON”

As mentioned, Nashville country singer Hailey Whitters’ new album LIFT comes out on March 18, and it’s soulful, as Hailey explains: “I think the next line that came out of the room that day was ‘here’s the sad part’ and we immediately knew it was this “tear in my I love to tap into this song emotionally every time I sing it. “

CURREN$Y & THE ALCHEMIST – “NO YEAST” (ft. BOLDY JAMES)

Curren$y and The Alchemist just released their new album Continuation, and Alchemist’s jazzy, psychedelic production pairs more perfectly than ever with Curren$y’s rocky delivery. One of the album’s main standouts is “No Yeast”, which features another frequent Alchemist collaborator, Boldy James.

BELMONT – “WHAT I MISS”

Belmont shared another song from his upcoming album Consequencesand it’s another example of the pop-punky band going in heavier, more unpredictable directions.

SPITE HOUSE – PROMO 3 SONGS

Spite House is gearing up to release an LP this year, but they first released a three-song promo on the New Morality Zine label, and it’s a heartbreaking punk/post-hardcore offering that fans of stuff like Title Fight or Samiam should check.

CHARGER – “SUMMON THE DEMON”

Charger, cult band Motorhead from Rancid bassist Matt Freeman, have shared a new song from their upcoming album Battle horseand straight from the drums intro, the “Overkill” vibes are strong on this one.

DOWNSET – “RAISE THE KILLER”

LA rap/hardcore veterans Downset are re-releasing their 7″ “Anger/Ritual” and “About Ta Blast” on Nuclear Blast, and with the announcement comes a video for bonus track “Breed the Killer”. you’re excited about the Rage Against the Machine reunion or Turnstile’s new album, you might want to change that.

BABYTRON – “6 STAR RESEARCH LEVEL”

Detroit rapper BabyTron has announced a new project, Megatron, due March 4 via The Hip Hop Lab/EMPIRE. His goofy, giddy Midwestern rap vibes are in full force on this new song.

KOJEY RADICAL – “SILK” (ft. MASEGO)

British rapper Kojey Radical’s debut album reason to smile drops March 4 via Asylum/Atlantic, and new single “Silk” finds him delivering tongue twisters over airy, jazz-infused production.

SINGLE SHOT – “RUIN MY LIFE” (featuring SUM 41’s DERYCK WHIBLEY)

Need more early 2000s pop punk nostalgia? There’s a new song from Simple Plan that features the singer from Sum 41.

OCKHAM BLAZER – “GOLDEN PRISON”

Ockham’s Blazer is a seven-piece, multi-genre band fronted by underground rapper PremRock, and their self-titled debut album is out 4/29 via Fake Four Inc. Read more about the lead single “Prison of Gold” here.

EICHLERS – “THE UC THINGS IN ME”

Self-proclaimed “hyperska” artist Eichlers has announced his debut album for Bad Time Records, My checkered future, and you can read more about the first single “Things UC In Me” here. Get the album in a limited edition of 100 copies electric blue vinylor in a bundle along with two other exclusive BTR variants.

BABY TATE – “WHAT IS LOVE” & “SHO (SL*T HIM OUT)”

Baby Tate announced that they would be supporting Charli XCX on tour this spring and shared two new singles, the slick and lush R&B track “What’s Love” and the trap-infused “SHO (Sl*t Him Out)”.

HANDLE THEM ALL – “A WORRYING FAITH”

Rule Them All have shared a song from their upcoming split with Long Island/New York hardcore veterans Kill Your Idols. Read more about it here and pick up the 7″ on Limited Ultra Clear Vinyl here.

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Grace D. Erickson