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Run The Jewels Share “Blockbuster Night Pt. 2″

This year, Run The Jewels have become official overachievers. The second full-length from El-P and Killer Mike, RTJ2,  comes out today via iTunes, but the duo put it up for free to download on Friday because why not? They got enough money to move forward with Meow the Jewels, their remix of the album using only cat noises. They announced a worldwide art project called Tag The Jewels, a call for 30 street artists to paint their interpretation of the logo on street walls. They’re unstoppable.

To celebrate the album release, they’re sharing the sequel to single …

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Such Gold Share “Engulfed In Flames” From ‘The New Sidewalk’

Such Gold are two weeks away from releasing their anticipated new album, The New Sidewalk, on November 10 through Razor & Tie Records. They have already given great previews of the album by releasing new songs in “Faced,” “Nauseating,” and most recently “No Cab Fare.”

Another song has surfaced from the upcoming effort today in “Engulfed In Flames,” which premiered over at Red Bull Music, showing the band’s growing musicianship from their previous works. The record was produced by Bill Stevenson (Descendents) who has said during the recording sessions that “these

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She & Him Share ‘Classics’ Details, Stream “Stay Awhile” (Dusty Springfield Cover)

She & Him recently lit up the blogosphere when they announced that their next studio album, to be titled Classics, would be hitting shelves by the end of the year, and now thanks to a stream provided by the group, we know it’s something to actually get excited about.

The duo (which is composed of Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward) have chosen Dusty Springfield’s 1964 hit “Stay Awhile” as the lead single for this covers album, and have posted it to their website. Conveniently enough for you, we have the track streaming below the jump, along with the …

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Imagine Dragons Release New Single “I Bet My Life”

The first single from Imagine Dragons’ new, as of yet untitled album, has been released.

“I Bet My Life” is a soaring track that is sure to resonate with fans of the band. Featuring sharp production, layers of rock goodness, and splashes of soul, “I Bet My Life” is the morning indulgence that may put coffee aside today (still grab a cup though).

The track will make it to American radio waves next Tuesday, November 4, so until then, enjoy the track in its streaming splendor.

The band has been making their mark this year, with their highly successful …

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Soundgarden Surprise Fans With New Single “Storm”

Soundgarden may be the old guys in the world of modern rock, but that isn’t stopping one of the most influential bands of the last two decades from keeping fans on their toes.

Last night, without warning, the men of Soundgarden surprised critics and fans worldwide with the unannounced release of a new track titled “Storm.” The post-grunge effort feels lifted from the back half of Superunkown, with a laid back groove that listeners can ride from beginning to end. I don’t think it will capture the attention of the masses as much as some of the band’s previous …

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Get Lost In Polyenso’s New Track “17 New Years”

It has been quite the odd journey for Polyenso. Beginning as post-hardcore act Oceana, and evolving into their current state, the band has grown into planes of musical notation never expected of them.

With the long-awaited release of new music, Polyenso illuminate our Saturday evenings with the release of the inspirational “17 New Years.” Just as I thought the band had surprised me enough, this new track makes it to my ears. Featuring layer after layer of sonic elevation, the track moves ever so swiftly as it progresses through its experience.

Featured with a wonderful write-up from The Huffington Post

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Iggy Azalea Delivers Another Potential Hit With “Beg For It”

Iggy Azalea has her detractors, but the majority of music fans seem to believe the young emcee is fancy enough to have earned their love. This week, Iggy delivered yet again when she shared a new song called “Beg For It,” and if we had to guess we’d say it might be your new favorite song.

Featuring the kind of minimalist production that has accompanied all of her biggest hits, “Beg For It” finds Iggy once again flexing her ego and wordplay against thick bass. She knows she is a powerful young woman and she’s not going to let anyone …

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UTG PREMIERE: Swingin’ Utters – “I’m Not Coming Home”

Today, the UTG offices are pleased to share with you a brand new track from Swingin’ Utters, titled “I’m Not Coming Home.” The track comes off of Swingin’ Utters’ upcoming album, Fistful of Hollow, and it’s every bit as fun as you’d expect. The song brings their definitive West Coast punk vibe right off the bat, and is the perfect soundtrack to driving to the beach, or just away from anywhere you don’t really feel like being.

We talked to guitarist Darius Koski about where the inspiration for the song came from, and how “I’m Not Coming Home” fits …

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Job For A Cowboy Debut “Eating The Visions Of God”

Arizona death metal outfit Job For A Cowboy have followed up the recent release of “Sun Of Nihility” with yet another monstrous single courtesy of the guys over at MetalSucks. Entitled “Eating The Visions of God,” the new cut hails from the group’s forthcoming record, Sun Eater. While the full-length officially hits stores November 11 via Metal Blade Records, pre-order options are available here.

The new single just might be Job For A Cowboy’s best work yet, so turn up your speakers to full blast, head over to MetalSucks, and give “Eating The Visions Of God” a …

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Song Of The Week: In The Whale – “Ride”

Denver rock duo In The Whale have spent 2014 becoming one of the most closely watched buzz bands in the world of rock. Now, following the release of two killer EPs and numerous nationwide tours, the band have shared a new track that rips like no other single in recent memory.

I know not everyone who reads this post was able to attend Riot Fest Denver, but had you been there you would know In The Whale opened their set with the killer cut you’re about to hear. Before the song was halfway over you could see people running …

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Have Mercy Unveil New Song, “Lean”

Baltimore’s Have Mercy have teamed up with Alternative Press to premiere yet another new single from their forthcoming album, A Place Of Our Own. Titled “Lean,” give it a listen by following the jump below.

A follow-up to “Two Years,” which premiered yesterday via MTV, “Lean” is a reflective track that finds frontman Brian Swindle pleading desperately with some unknown acquaintance. If you’re a fan, let us know in the replies.

Later this week, Have Mercy will kick-off a month-long run alongside Real Friends, Neck Deep, and Cruel Hand. For more details, head here.…

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Bring Me The Horizon Debut A New Sound With “Drown”

Bring Me The Horizon have spent the last few years evolving, and the results have been evident in every piece of music they released. Their latest is no exception, and in fact might be the biggest change in sound the band has delivered to date.

“Drown” arrived online early this morning following an accidental reveal by the band’s label. The song boasts a very straightforward rock sound, with absolutely no screaming to be found anywhere in its four-minute runtime. Instead, Sykes sings about holes in his soul and how the weight of the world is increasingly hard to hold up. …