Death Grips released a new song yesterday. If this is the first you’ve heard it, you’re welcome!
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Yesterday, the Death Grip sneakily dropped half of their new double album, The Powers That B. The first half entitled ni**as on the moon prominently features Bjork and can be downloaded: HERE or HERE
You can also stream the album via Soundcloud as well:
Disc 2 of The Powers That B will be titled jenny death, and is set for release later in 2014. Get ready to rage!
The lineup for 2014 Loufest was recently announced, and now that I live about a 20-30 minute walk from the festival grounds in Forest Park, I figure I have no reason not to attend. Let’s take a look at the lineup and see how this year’s version of the festival is shaping up. First I’ll take a look at the top-billed artists and then make a few notes on some of those further down the list.
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Two of my most anticipated albums of the year were both released for streaming this week on various sources of the inter-webs. First being The Black Keys’ follow up to the 2011 El Camino, the very psychedelic looking Turn Blue.
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Yesterday, The Black Keys released their second track from their upcoming album, Turn Blue. Which being the title track from the new album is also titled “Turn Blue”. “Fever”, the first track released from the upcoming album, seemed to fall a bit short of expectations due to its unimaginative lyrics and a bland music style that feels fairly old hat at this point. Where as “True Blue” slows things down to spin an eerie, slower groove from the Keys, that satisfies in almost every way. Check it out here:
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If you have yet to hear, Jack White really wet some whistles yesterday by randomly dropping a brand new track titled “High Ball Stepper”. Although it is apparently not the official lead single from his forthcoming album, the track is indeed going to be an actual product of Jack’s newest and bluest baby, Lazaretto. Music lovers were shocked, intrigued, and heavily satisfied all at once by this beast of an instrumental track.
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