Mac Miller’s Spotify Singles recordings gain posthumous release

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Just before his death on September 7, Mac Miller recorded a Spotify Singles session where he performed Swimming album constituent “Dunno,” and a cover of Billy Preston’s 1974 track, “Nothing From Nothing.” Both recordings have been posthumously released on the streaming service and are now available to listeners. Spotify‘s series of “original artist recordings,” Spotify Singles seeks to “channel back the good old days of vinyl and CD singles.”

Each artist invited to take part in a Spotify Singles session stops by Spotify’s in-house New York studio to lay down a new recording of an original song from the artist’s catalog. The selected musician’s second installment in the Spotify Singles concept is traditionally a cover of an existing song. The stripped-down, intimate return to musical authenticity that Spotify seeks to affect via Spotify Singles figures in fuller form on the streaming platform’s Spotify Singles playlists, which Spotify updates each Wednesday.

H/T: Complex

Mac Miller’s Spotify Singles recordings gain posthumous release

This post was originally published on this site

Mac Miller’s Spotify Singles recordings gain posthumous releaseMac Miller Benefit Concert Live Stream

Just before his death on September 7, Mac Miller recorded a Spotify Singles session where he performed Swimming album constituent “Dunno,” and a cover of Billy Preston’s 1974 track, “Nothing From Nothing.” Both recordings have been posthumously released on the streaming service and are now available to listeners. Spotify‘s series of “original artist recordings,” Spotify Singles seeks to “channel back the good old days of vinyl and CD singles.”

Each artist invited to take part in a Spotify Singles session stops by Spotify’s in-house New York studio to lay down a new recording of an original song from the artist’s catalog. The selected musician’s second installment in the Spotify Singles concept is traditionally a cover of an existing song. The stripped-down, intimate return to musical authenticity that Spotify seeks to affect via Spotify Singles figures in fuller form on the streaming platform’s Spotify Singles playlists, which Spotify updates each Wednesday.

H/T: Complex

Mac Miller’s Spotify Singles recordings gain posthumous release

This post was originally published on this site

Mac Miller’s Spotify Singles recordings gain posthumous releaseMac Miller Benefit Concert Live Stream

Just before his death on September 7, Mac Miller recorded a Spotify Singles session where he performed Swimming album constituent “Dunno,” and a cover of Billy Preston’s 1974 track, “Nothing From Nothing.” Both recordings have been posthumously released on the streaming service and are now available to listeners. Spotify‘s series of “original artist recordings,” Spotify Singles seeks to “channel back the good old days of vinyl and CD singles.”

Each artist invited to take part in a Spotify Singles session stops by Spotify’s in-house New York studio to lay down a new recording of an original song from the artist’s catalog. The selected musician’s second installment in the Spotify Singles concept is traditionally a cover of an existing song. The stripped-down, intimate return to musical authenticity that Spotify seeks to affect via Spotify Singles figures in fuller form on the streaming platform’s Spotify Singles playlists, which Spotify updates each Wednesday.

H/T: Complex

Joywave reveals exclusive Spotify Singles ahead of 2018 tour dates

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Joywave has dropped off an exclusive pairing of Spotify Singles ahead of the 2018 leg of their headlining “Thanks. Thanks For Coming” tour. The multi-track treat includes an in-studio version of “Doubt” off their 2017 album Content, which did exceptionally well on iTunes‘ Alternative Album chart.  The new Spotify Singles also features a dazzling cover of the English rock band Talk Talk’s early single “Life’s What You Make It.”

In February, Joywave will hit the road with singer-songwriter Sasha Sloan and the electronic-rock outfit KOPPS, stopping in slew of cities across the US.

Joywave 2018 Tour Dates:

Sat 02.10 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Bunkhouse
Sun 02.11 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Crescent Ballroom
Tue 02.13 – West Hollywood, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
Thu 02.15 – Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
Fri 02.16 – San Francisco, CA @ Swedish American Hall
Sun 02.18 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile (SOLD OUT)
Tue 02.20 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge
Wed 02.21 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall
Thu 02.22 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall (SOLD OUT)
Sat 02.24 – Austin, TX @ The Parish
Sun 02.25 – New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa
Tue 02.27 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
Wed 02.28 – Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
Fri 03.02 – Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
Sat 03.03 – Washington, DC @ U Street (SOLD OUT)
Tue 03.06 – Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall
Wed 03.07 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom

 

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