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Azealia Banks Shares New Song “Chasing Time”

Last we heard from Harlem rapper Azealia Banks, she had dropped a music video for her new single “Heavy Metal and Reflective.” Now the buzz girl has shared a new song called “Chasing Time” and we may not be able to listen to anything else all day.

“Chasing Time” sees Banks laying down a dreamy swirl of smooth production and quick, rounded raps. It seems ever since she cut herself from Interscope, Banks is shaping her extremely delayed album, Broke With Expensive Taste, exactly how she wants to. If she wanted to prove she’s more than …

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RL Grime Takes It Slow On “Reminder” (Feat. How To Dress Well)

Henry Steinway has mainly utilized RL Grime as an outlet for his trap offerings not suited for Clockwork, but unlike the recently released “Core,” today’s release finds the producer entering completely new territory as Grime. Featuring How to Dress Well, “Reminder” is best described as a The Weeknd-esque R&B cut with sensual crooning and a slow, atmospheric beat suited for relaxation rather than getting rowdy. It’s a surprising route for an electronic scene staple to take, sure, but he absolutely makes it work.

Be sure to give “Reminder” a listen after the jump, and if you enjoy the track, feel …

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Flying Lotus Shares New Song “Coronus, The Terminator”

Producer, electronic musician, and general genius Flying Lotus drops his highly-anticipated new album, You’re Dead!, via Warp Records on October 7. It’s a massive 19-track release that is following up 2012′s brilliant Until The Quiet Comes with a more jazz-oriented setup and guest star studded flair. In anticipation of the release, he’s shared single “Coronus, The Terminator.”

Unlike the rhythmic flurry of “Moment of Hesitation” and the edgy point of Kendrick Lamar collab “Never Catch Me,” this song strolls down the psychedelic route with a leisurely yawn. Things begin to get dark at one point, …

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Listen to Jessie Ware’s New Single “Kind Of … Sometimes … Maybe”

There’s only a few weeks left until UK singer Jessie Ware shares her follow-up album to 2012′s breakout Devotion. The album, titled Tough Love, drops October 21 via PMR/Island Records. In support of the release, she’s shared single “Kind Of … Sometimes … Maybe.” It’s a bit different than the gorgeous “Say You Love Me” and the title track, but maybe that’s because fellow R&B crooner Miguel helped her write this one.

“The British prude in me was nearly banished when I had to whisper sweet nothings for this track,” Ware said to Complex when explaining how …

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Hear Three New Ryan Adams Songs

Earlier this year, country rock demi-god Ryan Adams put out his first self-titled, a great look at his timeless vocals and lyrics, as well as 1984, his 10-song punk record released on a 7-inch. Today we get to hear three songs that are also a part of that PAX-AM 7-inch singles series: “Jacksonville,” “I Keep Running,” and “Walkedypants.”

The 7-inch A-side highlights “Jacksonville,” whereas the B-side features the rustic “I Keep Running” and somewhat decent “Walkedypants.” The songs take a nice stroll through his country, blues, and folk roots and tally up to be ten minutes long in …

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Meatbodies (feat. Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin Member) Share New Track “Disorder”

Chad Ubovich has plenty of experience playing guitar and bass behind both psych rock gods Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin. Between tours with them, he spent his time recording his own crunchy fuzz as Chad and the Meatbodies. Now he’s shortened the name, written up 12 tracks, and teamed up with Cory Hanson of Wand and Erik Jimenez of Together Pangea to create a heavy debut, their self-titled album out October 14 via In The Red.

“Disorder” sees the Ty Segall and Mikal Cronin members doing what they do best: thrashing. Every power chord riff goes hand-in-hand with crazy …

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Purge Announce ‘Sewage’ 7-inch Pre-orders

Pittsburgh-based band Purge just announced pre-orders for their brand new 7-inch, Sewage, which is being released by Harm Reduction Records, an imprint label of Deathwish Inc.

For those unfamiliar with the band, Purge is the kind of band that crawls inside of your skull, plays around with your brain, then comes out your ears, leaving you feeling more angry than you already were. In short, they’re heavy and pissed, and are a necessary listen if you are a fan of bands like Nails.

If you like what you hear, make sure you pick up Purge’s new 7-inch on Deathwish …

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City And Colour and P!nk Announce Collaborative Album, Share Lead Single

City And Colour announce collaborative album with P!nk (Pink).

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Listen to Flying Lotus and Kendrick Lamar on Single “Never Catch Me”

Last month, Flying Lotus shared his first cut from his upcoming album, You’re Dead!out October 7 via Warp Records. The song, titled “Moment of Hesitation,” saw Herbie Hancock, Thundercat, and more bringing jazz elements to the forefront while still showcasing FlyLo’s natural knack at magical electronic fluttering. Now he’s shared a new single, “Never Catch Me,” which features Kendrick Lamar.

“Never Catch Me” is considerably faster-moving than his last single. It explodes with a flurry of electronic stuttering, claps, and Lamar’s huge verse he drops partway through, making for a mindblowing experience if you’re wearing proper …

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Fall Out Boy Will Release New Single on Monday

As Gigwise reports, BBC Radio 1 host DJ Zane Lowe confirmed Fall Out Boy will be premiering a new single this coming Monday, September 8, on his radio show. The single will air after a live interview with Pete Wentz.

In addition to this, the band are supposedly shooting a new music video for an unannounced single that, according to Alternative Press, is allegedly called “Centuries.” This stemmed from images of the music video shoot appearing online. Following this, Fall Out Boy blacked out their social media accounts and posted a six-second Morse code teaser video which is translated …

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Hear Riff Raff and Action Bronson Team Up on “Rookies of the Future”

When Jody Highroller puts anything out, it’s safe to bet the song will be as ridiculous as the rapper’s entire look. On his newest track, Riff Raff skirts around any incredible lines by relying on a pretty smooth beat, courtesy of Alchemist, and the hard-hitting words of fellow rapper Action Bronson. The song, titled “Rookies of The Future,” sees both men exchanging verses over the course of the 3-minute song, although truth be told, the song feels much longer in the best way possible.

Don’t forget to check out Action Bronson’s latest video, “Easy Rider,” which sees …

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Cold War Kids Announce New Album ‘Hold My Home,’ Stream Single “First”

Cold War Kids announced earlier that they would be dropping their fifth studio album this year, and today we’ve learned that the album, titled Hold My Home, drops October 21 via Downtown Records. The 11-track record serves as the follow-up to 2013’s Dear Miss Lonelyhearts and was recorded at the band’s studio in San Jose. Pre-orders for the album are ongoing.

In addition to “All This Could Be Yours,” Cold War Kids have shared a new single titled “First.” It’s a swelling, stadium-ready number that’s equally as uplifting as it is relaxing thanks to handclaps, harmonies, and …