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Blacklisted Premiere New Song, “Deeper Well”

Philadelphia hardcore outfit Blacklisted are back in full swing with the announcement of their upcoming record, When People Grow, People Go. The new LP comes five years after their latest, impressive album, No One Deserves To Be Here More Than Me, which was released back in 2009.

Produced by Will Yip, the new effort has a release date set for February 10 via Deathwish Inc. and should continue on the path of experimentation heard on No One Deserves To Be Here More Than Me, with vocalist George Hirsch’s positive lyrics taking on a new level. With this …

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Kendrick Lamar Debuts Untitled New Song On ‘Colbert Report’

Stephen Colbert is in the midst of wrapping up his long-running and highly successful Comedy Central show, The Colbert Report, and last night he asked Kendrick Lamar to help him say goodbye.

Serving as the final musical guest The Colbert Report will ever host, K. Dot partook in a short conversation with Stephen before surprising the audience, as well as viewers at home, with the world premiere of a brand new song. The track has no title, or if it does that information has not been made public, but the vibes you get when it plays fit well with …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – “The Kids Aren’t Alright”

Artist: Fall Out Boy
Song: “The Kids Aren’t Alright”
Album: American Beauty / American Psycho

The rumors of Fall Out Boy’s plans to release a follow-up to Save Rock And Roll in 2015 have recently been proven true, and now we find ourselves in the midst of a promotional campaign that has encountered its fair share of criticism. We have made it a point to review every new song that has surfaced thus far, and today are continuing those efforts by taking a look at “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” which premiered online earlier this week. If you missed the …

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Pusha T Shares Found Footage Video For “Lunch Money”

Just about a month after surprising fans with the release of the Kanye West produced single “Lunch Money,” Pusha T has shared the track’s official music video.

Directed by Emil Nava, the video for “Lunch Money” adds a fun twist on the found footage genre with shots described as “surveillance footage” obtained from a sting operation. What follows is a collection of performance shots, dance battles, money, and fast cars, all while Pusha does his best to smile while simultaneously looking tough for the camera(s). You can view the video, in full, below:…

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Fall Out Boy Stream “The Kids Aren’t Alright”

The release of Fall Out Boy‘s follow-up to Save Rock And Roll is inching closer by the day, and this morning we have another new song to experience, debate, love, and (for some of us) hate.

“The Kids Aren’t Alright” is the fourth new song to surface from Fall Out Boy in recent months, but it’s the first we can confirm beyond the shadow of a doubt for FOB’s new record. It’s unclear where “Centuries” will end up, and we already know “Immortals” was created for Big Hero 6, but this track was written …

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Hear Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé on “Feelin’ Myself”

Earlier this year, Beyoncé brought Nicki Minaj onboard for an intense remix of “Flawless” in the way that the quick spitter can make possible. Now, Minaj has shared a brand new single featuring Queen B called “Feelin’ Myself” off her upcoming studio album, The Pinkprint, out December 16 via Young Money, and it gets a little grittier.

Produced by Hit-Boy, “Feelin’ Myself” is a glitchy beat that saunters in low tones, remaining relatively dark throughout until Beyonce’s bright vocals lighten things up. There’s no beef here. Instead, the two divas take it slow, letting their lines speak for themselves …

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Stream St. Vincent’s Tropical ‘Pieta’ EP

In October, St. Vincent announced she would release a two-song 10″ EP for Record Store Day’s Black Friday event. Thanks to the internet, both tracks off the EP, “Pieta” and “Sparrow”, are online to stream in full.

The vinyl comes in a bright package designed by Willo Perrnon (the man responsible for all the visuals on her world tour) and each is individually numbered. The songs are, according to RSD’s website, a “deep musing on death and loss that recalls the sonic textures of Big Science-era Laurie Anderson,” but to us they sound rather tropical and snarky. Stream them below …

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Interpol Share “What Is What,” Outtake From ‘El Pintor’

Following the release of their latest album El Pintor on Matador Records, New York post-punk band Interpol are sharing an outtake from the sessions of said album, titled “What Is What.”

The track is available for free download via their website with the code of “Everything Is Wrong.” The background of their website is a mural curated by Shepard Fairey located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that takes inspiration from the song “Everything Is Wrong.”

Check out the song and let us know what you think in the comments below.…

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Frank Ocean Shares New Song “Memrise”

Frank Ocean is finally back. After the success of his debut studio album, Channel Orange, in 2012, the Odd Future crooner has been back in his studio working on his follow-up full-length. The last material we heard from him was back in March of this year when he teamed up with Diplo and members of The Clash for free mp3 “Hero.” Today, he returns with a short new song that satisfies our sweet tooth until a new LP is announced.

The song, titled “Memrise,” sees Frank Ocean asking a lover to come over, dazzling his tale with …

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Stream Cheatahs’ New Track, “Controller”

Cheatahs are streaming the first track off of their upcoming EP, Sunne, due out Feb. 24, 2015 on Witchita Recordings.

“Controller” is a vast, atmospheric track. With layers upon layers creating the sound, “Controller” features a wide arrangement of instrumentation to complement the sparse and ambient vocals found throughout. The lines “I just don’t know what’s real anymore” seem fitting for the experience the track permits.

Cheatahs released their self-titled debut album earlier this year, and are showing no signs of rest with the quick release of the Sunne EP.

Follow us after the jump to experience “Controller” for …

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Pusha T Surprises Fans With The Release Of “Lunch Money”

Oh shit. The rest of hip-hop might as well take the day off because Pusha T and Kanye West just delivered a surprise track that is going to have people talking until long after the sun goes down.

Featuring a beat that makes “Numbers On The Board” sound like child’s play, “Lunch Money” finds King Push going in over a production that could have only been conceived by Yeezus himself. It sounds like a sci-fi flick meets an underground drug ring, and the lyrics serve as a strong reminder why Pusha T is the hottest emcee in music today. You …

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Angels & Airwaves Release New Song, “Bullets In The Wind”

After releasing the music video for “The Wolkpack” last week, Angels & Airwaves has surprised fans with a new musical vibe on the latest song to appear off their upcoming album, The Dream Walker.

“Bullets in The Wind,” premiering on AltPress, is slightly surprising as it sounds a lot different than past releases. The song consists of an intro riff that resembles an indie pop sound rather than the staple space rock that AVA has been known to produce.

Here is what Tom DeLonge had to say to AltPress about the track:

“Here’s a left turn