Premiere: Hear Perfect Pussy’s bouncing, noise-pop ballad “Interference
Hits Fits” on the new episode of All Songs Considered.
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Miss the Jungle premiere on KCRW’s Metropolis this morning? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Stream the anthemic “Busy Earnin’” from the London dance music collective.
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When you listen to “North Street,” a just-released song by the band Death, it’s hard to believe it’s more than 30 years old. The cut, with its urgent beat and relentlessly propulsive guitars, is part punk and part avant-garde rock. Death originally recorded the track in 1980, but it never saw the light of day — until now.
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Hear the new, keyboard-driven sound for Wye Oak in the song “The Tower,” from the duo”s upcoming album Shriek.
With a driving rhythm and distorted bass line out of classic Bauhaus, Have a Nice Life’s “Defenestration Song” is a pitch-black post-punk party-starter for the gloomy.
Hear Colin Meloy’s Kinks cover from an upcoming EP.
Hear the new synth-heavy song by The Flaming Lips, “If They Move, Shoot ‘Em.”