Stream Have A Nice Life’s New Album Sea Of Worry

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Have-A-Nice-Life-Sea-Of-WorryThe small staff here at Stereogum listens to a whole lot of music, but sometimes we miss stuff. For instance: Greet Death’s album New Hell. That thing kicks ass! We had no idea! But people in the comments section were riding for it, so we listened to it and figured out that yes, … More »

Stream Zorn’s Hardcore Zorn EP

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Zorn-Hardcore-ZornAt least according to this Bandcamp Daily article, the members of the Philadelphia band Zorn dress up in Satanic costumes when they play live. The singer bursts out of a coffin onstage. Sometimes, they get violent with the audience. All of this seems like a ridiculously fun time. Obviously, you aren’t going to … More »

Stream Criminal Instinct’s Debut Album Terrible Things

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Criminal-Instinct-Terrible-ThingsCriminal Instinct make music for stomping on people’s faces. The Atlanta hardcore punk band has been around for the better part of a decade, and they’re just now getting around to releasing Terrible Things, their debut album. There are a lot of reasons why an LP might take that long to come out, but listening … More »

Stream Wiki’s New Album Oofie

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Wiki-OofieToday, the New York rap wiseacre Wiki follows up his 2017 album No Mountains In Manhattan with a new one called Oofie. Like No Mountains, Oofie is a meditation on the life on a New York dirtbag — the fun times, the moments of psychological devastation, the sense that the city you’re living … More »

Stream Fern Mayo’s New Album Week Of Charm

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Fern Mayo - Week Of CharmWe’ve already highlighted two tracks from Fern Mayo’s excellent sophomore album, Week Of Charm — “Echo” and “Moonwater” — and the whole thing is out today. It’s a bit of a departure from the scrappy, anxiety-ridden music that Katie Capri was making on her 2015 debut, Happy Forever, and that she … More »

Stream Greet Death’s New Album New Hell

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Greet Death - New HellGreet Death hail from Flint, Michigan, known for Michael Moore and undrinkable tap water. Today they’re following up their 2017 debut album Dixieland with a stunning sophomore set called New Hell. It’s time to listen up. More »

Stream Clams Casino’s New Album Moon Trip Radio

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Clams-Casino-Moon-Trip-RadioIn the early days of this decade, the shadowy New Jersey producer, working by himself at home, helped pioneer the psychedelic, droning subgenre that came to be known as cloud rap. Clams worked with rappers — Lil B, Main Attrakionz, A$AP Rocky — but early on, he never even met his collaborators. He was simply … More »

Stream Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross’ Watchmen: Volume 1 (Music From The HBO Series)

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Trent-Reznor-WatchmenNine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor and his old buddy Atticus Ross have been doing a whole lot of film-score work in recent years, and their latest venture could turn out to be their best, even when you factor in the Oscar for The Social Network and everything. Last year, Reznor and Ross More »

Stream Frail Body’s Debut Album A Brief Memoriam

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Frail-Body-A-Brief-MemoriamSometime in the mid-’00s, mostly thanks to Warped Tour bands with complicated hair, the term “screamo” became a dirty word. But screamo started out as righteous, cathartic, vein-busting basement-show music, music about expressing your own vulnerability by howling as loudly as possible. And in recent years, a few bands like Portrayal Of Guilt and Closer … More »

Stream R.E.M.’s Previously Unreleased Monster Demos

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Stream R.E.M.'s Previously Unreleased Monster DemosThis year marks the 25th anniversary of R.E.M.’s Monster, which was originally released in September of 1994 and found the band putting a harder edge on its jangly pop-rock sound. To celebrate the anniversary of the album’s release, today the band is sharing a physical and digital boxset reissue of Monster that … More »