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A Music Playlist to Protest the Age of Trump

  • The latest full-length solo studio release for the Illinois-born singer-songwriter was produced with Chris Seefried.Label: New WestRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The fifth full-length solo release for the Nashville-based singer-songwriter was produced by Kate Haldrup. Label: New WestRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The debut mixtape for the London-based artist features elements of drum and bass, garage, jungle pop, and R&B.Label: ParlophoneRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The second full-length solo release for the Wild Beasts frontman was produced by Richard Formby and Nathan Jenkins.Label: DominoRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The debut full-length release for the British features contribution from Audra Mae, Blue May, Jonny Lattimer, Barney Lister, Matt Maltese, and Tev'n.Label: Sony MusicRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The Deluxe edition of the 1970 final studio release from the Fab Four features remaster of the the original album, two disc of rehearsals and session recordings, a remaster of Glyn Johns' original 1969 Get Back mix, and a Ep includes two unreleased Johns mixes. The Super Deluxe edition adds a Blu-ray disc of the […]
  • The latest full-length release for the British alternative rock band was produced by Max Martin and features guest appearances from BTS, Jacob Collier, Selena Gomez, and We Are KING.Label: AtlanticRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The latest full-length studio release for the Rage Against The Machine guitarist features guest appearances from Sama' Abdulhadi, Bring Me The Horizon, grandson, Dennis Lyxzén, Damian Marley, Phantogram, phem, Mike Posner, Protohype, Refused, Bruce Springsteen, Chris Stapleton, and Eddie Vedder.Label: Mom + Pop MusicRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • This is the debut full-length release for the songwriter and producer is best known for his work with his sister, Billie Eilish.Label: InterscopeRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The debut full-length for the Los Angeles-based pop artist was co-produced by Jared Soloman.Label: IslandRelease Date: Oct 15, 2021
  • The sole adult suspect charged with murdering Pop Smoke insists he did not intend for the rapper to get killed. Corey Walker, 20, appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom Friday […]
  • Eve is going to be a mom. The rapper-actress has announced that she is pregnant and expecting her first child with her husband Maximillion Cooper. On Friday, Eve shared a […]
  • Soulja Boy is trying to tap in with Saweetie. In between reigniting his feud with Tyga, the notorious rapper and social media troll took to Twitter to shoot his shot […]
  • The hip-hop community is mourning the death of D. Hill. The multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated producer behind Drake and Future’s hit “Life Is Good” has passed away. His death was confirmed […]
  • Chlöe Bailey can’t escape the Beyoncé comparisons. Since making her solo debut, the “Have Mercy” singer has faced comparisons to her mentor, whose label she is signed to. In her […]
  • Adele returned with her first single in six years and Drake couldn’t be more excited. Following the release of “Easy on Me” on Thursday, the Toronto rapper took to Instagram […]
  • Young Thug goes Punk. Two years after announcing the title, the Atlanta rapper finally releases his highly-anticipated sophomore album. On his most personal project yet, Thugger pulls in heavy-hitters like […]
  • Summer is back in season. Ahead of her new album, Summer Walker teams up with JT of City Girls on her new single “Ex for a Reason.” On the ’90s-inspired […]
  • Lil Durk is feeling some type of way. The Chicago rapper unleashes his new song “Pissed Me Off.” On the rattling street banger, produced by wait matthew!, he calls out […]
  • Adele is back. Six years since her last album, the pop powerhouse returns with “Easy On Me,” the lead single off her upcoming fourth studio album 30. The emotive piano […]
  • We got new music from superstars this week, with the latest tunes from Adele, Coldplay, and the Rock. Check back next week when they are all deemed ineligible for Grammys.
  • Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week’s countdown is below, and […]
  • Last month, Low Life announced their new album From Squats To Lots: The Agony And XTC Of Low Life. At the time, they also shared a new song, the pseudo-title-track […]
  • Beachheads, the power-pop quartet that shares half its members with the Norwegian metal band Kvelertak, are working on the full-length follow-up to their 2017 self-titled debut. They shared the new […]
  • Before Drake was Drake, the biggest rap star in the world, he was Aubrey Graham, the guy played basketball star Jimmy Brooks on the Canadian teen soap Degrassi: The […]
  • Fort Reno Park is a bucolic grassy expanse in Tenleytown, a fairly fancy neighborhood in Washington, DC. For decades, Fort Reno has hosted a summer series of volunteer-organized free concerts, […]
  • Back in September, Elbow announced their new album, Flying Dream 1, and earlier this month they shared its lead single, “The Seldom Seen Kid.” Now, the Manchester indie favorites have […]
  • Under The Influence is a new revival of a very old Stereogum franchise, in which we ask artists to talk about the inspirations behind their albums. From other music, to […]
  • Chicago’s Jamila Woods and Peter CottonTale have teamed up for a new song called “WYD (You Got Me),” an excerpt from the soundtrack to the forthcoming indie movie SUMMERTIME.

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