Bon Iver – “Hey, Ma” & “U (Man Like)”

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Bon Iver - "Hey, Ma"Bon Iver are back. Justin Vernon’s ever-evolving musical project just shared two new songs, expanded their fall tour dates, and unveiled a mysterious website. More »

James Blake is *POSITIVELY DEFINITELY* releasing new album Assume Form this month!

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You might remember seven [cold] days ago when we hit you with an unconfirmed-but-certainly-credible-and-up-to-accepted-journalistic-standards report that a certain Mr. James Woods, I mean: William Blake, I mean: James Blake was plotting the release of a new album titled Assume Form later this very [chilly] month.

Well, as it turns out, seven [freezing] days makes quite a difference in the music biz, because it’s finally been confirmed that Assume Form will assume form this month — NOT on January 25 as previously (and irresponsibly!!!) rumored, but on the much more attractive date of January 18. That’s seven [ostensibly not warm] days earlier!

Coming via Republic Records, Blake’s fourth studio album features ROSALÍA, André 3000, Travis Scott, Moses Sumney, and Metro Boomin (as previously and RESPONSIBLY rumored), as well as last year’s single “Don’t Miss It.” But it does not contain neither hide nor hair of 2018’s “If the Car Beside You Moves Ahead” (so don’t miss THAT, either). Check out the full tracklisting (which you’ve definitely never seen before) below.

Pre-order links for Assume Form are conveniently (and responsibly) aggregated here. Just think: only eight more [likely painfully frigid] days until we get new Bucky O’Hare, er, I mean: James Blake!

Assume Form tracklisting:

01. Assume Form
02. Mile High (ft. Travis Scott & Metro Boomin)
03. Tell Them (ft. Moses Sumney & Metro Boomin)
04. Into the Red
05. Barefoot In the Park (ft. ROSALÍA)
06. Can’t Believe the Way We Flow
07. Are You In Love?
08. Where’s the Catch? (ft. André 3000)
09. I’ll Come Too
10. Power On
11. Don’t Miss It
12. Lullaby for My Insomniac

The Year Of The EP… Or Is It An Album? Or Is It A “Project”?

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BoygeniusFor once, Vince Staples wasn’t sure what to say. Five days after dropping another incredible collection of songs, the Long Beach rapper and reigning Twitter MVP logged into his account and wrote, “I was about to tell y’all FM! not an album but I don’t even know what an album is anymore so … More »

Stream Moses Sumney’s New EP Black In Deep Red, 2014

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Moses Sumney - Black In Deep Red, 2014Moses Sumney is still working on the full-length follow-up to last year’s phenomenal Aromanticism, but he’s blessing us with new music in the interim anyhow. More »

Moses Sumney – “Rank & File”

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Moses Sumney - Black In Deep Red, 2014Earlier this week we learned Moses Sumney would be following up last year’s excellent debut Aromanticism with a noisy new EP out next Friday. Supposedly it deals with questions of power dynamics and includes samples from a protest rally over the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. More »

Moses Sumney Talks Noisy New EP Out Next Week, “Maximalist” Theme LP In Progress

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Moses SumneyMoses Sumney has been busy in the 10 months since last fall’s Aromanticism, and not just because of a performance schedule that included an Oscars cameo alongside Sufjan Stevens and gigs at seemingly every music festival in the world. It turns out Sumney has also been hard at work on new music all … More »

Watch Justin Vernon, Moses Sumney, & Francis And The Lights Cover “I Shall Be Released” At Eaux Claires

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Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner’s Eaux Claires music festival kicked off on Friday in Vernon’s hometown, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The two performed — alongside Bryce Dessner, Bradley Cook, JT Bates, Gordi, Julien Baker, Richard Reed Parry, Ben Lanz, and Kyle Resnick — new material from their joint Big Red Machine project. More »

Moses Sumney Cancels Montreal Jazz Fest Set Over Controversial Musical

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Moses-SumneyAfter releasing last year’s shattering debut album Aromanticism, Moses Sumney, making of inward-looking and experimental soul music, is all over this summer’s festival circuit, playing something like half of this year’s major music festivals. But one festival where he won’t play is the Montreal Jazz Fest. Sumney was slated to play the Jazz Fest … More »

Watch Bon Iver And Moses Sumney Cover Sade At Bonnaroo

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Sade’s “By Your Side” is still having a moment as evidenced by the fact that Bon Iver invited Moses Sumney onstage to sing a cover of the song at Bonnaroo. Sumney was one of several guests Justin Vernon performed with at the festival. He played two sets on 6/9 and used the later one … More »

Sufjan Stevens, James Blake Remake Moses Sumney’s “Make Out in My Car”

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Moses Sumney may not be the biggest name in the world (yet), but he commands an enormous amount of respect from his peers. Case in point: Today, Sumney has released a remix EP built around “Make Out In My Car,” a song that appeared on his deeply impressive 2017 full-length debut Aromanticism. And for … More »