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Freeloader Friday: The Black Angels, PS I Love You, Mogwai, To The Wind, The Raveonettes, Princess Superstar, Souls of Mischief, Amp Live, Catey Shaw, Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens, Kid Vishis & Temara Melek

The Black Angels: Clear Lake ForestSo the World Cup is over…now what? It seems that everyone’s got just a bit more time on their hands since Germany scored that epic final goal, solidifying themselves as winners of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. I say, what better way to fill your new-found free-time than with this week’s best new music? Sit back and enjoy this all-star lineup!

We’ve got full album streams galore this week. Start with the much anticipated new release from The Black Angels — it’s modern Psychedelic Rock that’ll have you addicted at first listen. Next, turn to Canadian duo PS I Love You as they prove once more that their minimalist Indie Rock is edgy and excellent. After that, get lost in the sullen Art-Rock instrumentals that make up Mogwai‘s 15th anniversary reissue of their 1994 album. Then, go Hardcore with To The Wind as they explore the universal feelings of loneliness, heartbreak, and getting older.

Looking for a quick music fix? No problem! These short, sweet sampler tracks’ll do the trick. Check out The Raveonettes‘ gritty new track filled with the Danish duo’s trademark harmonies over noisy guitar and sparkling harp. Then, get sassy with Princess Superstar as she works her Hip-Hop magic on a 90′s Indie-Pop classic. Following in the Hip-Hop genre, listen to Souls of Mischief‘s rap about reliability in true vintage fashion. Finally, Amp Live goes Electronic with their new Dirt Monkey remix that is rave-ready.

To wrap it all up, we’ve got plenty of music videos to entertain you this week! Catey Shaw teams up with director Jon Jon Augustavo to give Bushwick’s hipster gals the perfect summer anthem. Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens meld the past and present in the video for this southern soulful belle’s latest R&B track. Kid Vishis goes gangster in the studio (and the forest) with brother Royce da 5’9″ and Marvwon in his new Rap track. Last but not least, Temara Melek dances her way through her catchy Pop track that’ll have you hitting repeat.

There you have it, Freeloaders, now let the listening begin!

The Black Angels: Full album stream via The New York Times
Clear Lake Forest out July 22 on Blue Horizon

PS I Love You: Full album stream via Pitchfork Advance
For Those Who Stay out July 22 on Paper Bag Records

Mogwai: Full album stream via The Guardian
Come On Die Young (Deluxe Edition) out July 22 on Chemikal Underground

To The Wind: Full album stream via Alt Press
Block Out the Sun & Sleep out July 22 on Pure Noise Records

The Raveonettes: “Sisters” track premiere via The Raveonettes Website
Pe’ahi coming soon on Beat Dies Records

Princess Superstar: “Chick Habit” track premiere via USA Today
I’m A Firecracker EP out now on Instant Records

Souls of Mischief: “All You Got Is Your Word” track premiere via ego trip
There Is Only Now out August 26 on Linear Labs

Amp Live: “Penny Nickel Dime (Dirt Monkey Remix)” track premiere via Soundcloud
Headphone Concerto out August 5 on Plug Research

Catey Shaw: “Brooklyn Girls” music video premiere via Papermag
The Brooklyn EP out September 9 on Complex/Lefthook

Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens: “Sinner” music video premiere via Entertainment Weekly
Cold World out July 29 on Daptone Records

Kid Vishis: “Talk Behind My Back (Ft. Royce da 5’9″ and Marvwon)” music video premiere via YouTube
Timing is Everything out July 22 on Seven13 Music

Temara Melek: “Fingerprints” music video premiere via VEVO
Fingerprints out now on Straight Forward Music

Freeloader Friday: French Style Furs, Suicide Silence, Honeyblood, Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas, Ted Nugent, The Rural Alberta Advantage, The Budos Band, Princess Superstar, Handguns, & The Slow Revolt

French Style FursHappy July! We’re now in the heart of summer, which means BBQs, splashing in the pool, bike rides in the park, and infinite ice cream. Plus fresh tunes, right? No season is complete without music to dance to, so read on for what you need to hear this week!

Start off your weekend with some rockin’ full album streams. First up, Indie supergroup French Style Furs‘ moody debut will not disappoint — one-third We Barbarians plus two-thirds Cold War Kids equals Alt-Rock perfection. Then, prepare for your face to be blown off with the latest from Suicide Silence. It’s extreme Metal like you’ve never heard extreme Metal before. Recover from that with Honeyblood‘s new album full of simple melodic Pop tunes that will leave you wanting more.

Next up, we’ve got the tracks you won’t want to miss. Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas are back with another preview of the new album. It’s a sassy and Soulful track that will have you singing along in no time. Get moving with Rock icon Ted Nugent on his upbeat new track, and then experience “exuberant sadness” with Indie-Rockers The Rural Alberta Advantage on their latest track. Finally, go on a Psychedelic-Funk journey with The Budos Band on their new over-the-top Soul jam.

Now, it’s time for some videos! Princess Superstar takes over Times Square with a twerk party in the new video for her latest Hip-Hop slap. Also check out: Handguns‘ Pop-Punk family reunion takeover and The Slow Revolt‘s Electronic-Soul black-and-white melodrama.

Have a great weekend, Freeloaders!

French Style Furs: Full album stream via Consequence of Sound
Is Exotic Bait out now on Frenchkiss Records

Suicide Silence: Full album stream via YouTube
You Can’t Stop Me out July 15 on Nuclear Blast

Honeyblood: Full album stream via Pitchfork Advance
Honeyblood out July 15 on FatCat Records

Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas: “No Place Left to Hide” track premiere via PopMatters
Secret Evil out August 19 on Instant Records

Ted Nugent: “Everything Matters” track premiere via YouTube
Shutup&Jam! out now on Frontiers Records

The Rural Alberta Advantage: “Terrified” track premiere via Stereogum
Mended with Gold out September 30 on Paper Bag Records

The Budos Band: “The Sticks” track premiere via Soundcloud
Burnt Offering out October 21 on Daptone Records

Princess Superstar: “I’m A Firecracker” music video via Huffington Post
I’m A Firecracker EP out July 15 on Instant Records

Handguns: “The Loved Ones Who Hate Us” music video premiere via Alt Press
Life Lessons out now on Pure Noise Records

The Slow Revolt: “Never Get Close” music video premiere via VEVO
Never Get Close out July 14 on FIELDS

Freeloader Friday: The Black Angels, Catey Shaw, Souls of Mischief, PS I Love You, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, To The Wind, Kina Grannis, French Style Furs, Amp Live, & Animal Years

The Black Angels: Clear Lake ForestAs the month of June comes to a close, and the World Cup ramps up, it’s time to keep that summer energy going. Good news: we’ve got the best music and videos from this week to pump you up as we head into the weekend!

We’re starting strong with a bunch of tracks this week! The Black Angels are back with their classic Indie Rock fuzz, and this time it even has a psychedelic edge. Then, Catey Shaw croons on her new catchy Pop anthem about love conquering all. Go old-school with Souls of Mischief‘s latest track featuring Snoop Dogg and produced by Adrian Younge. It’s a Hip-Hop call to action about living in the present. Next, PS I Love You laments about leaving home through grainy guitars and crowd-led back-up vocals. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart lighten things up in typical Indie fashion with addictive hooks over cascading keys. Finally, things get intense on the latest from To The Wind. It’s a Hardcore apology, and you won’t be the one who’s sorry.

Now, for some eye candy, watch Singer-Songwriter Kina Grannis wander the forest at night in the brand new video for her dark, but ethereal lead single. Then, check out French Style Furs‘ new black and white music video. The song is “poetic punk urgency” and the video is as artsy as it gets. Amp Live muses on money’s eternal ability to change people in the video for his Oakland Hip-Hop take on the Biggie Smalls sentiment “mo’ money, mo’ problems.” Finally, go back to the 70′s with the new video for Animal Years‘ “jolt of musical serotonin.” You’ll be dancing right along with Bailey Noble (yes, she’s from True Blood) and wishing you too lived in 1972 Palm Springs, CA.

Well there you have it, Freeloaders! Enjoy your weekend!

The Black Angels: “Sunday Evening” track premiere via The Quietus
Clear Lake Forest out July 22 on Blue Horizon

Catey Shaw: “Revolution” track premiere via Refinery29
Revolution out now on Complex/Lefthook

Souls of Mischief: “There Is Only Now” track premiere via Sway’s Universe
There Is Only Now out now on Linear Labs

PS I Love You: “Friends Forever” track premiere via Noisey
For Those Who Stay out July 22 on Paper Bag Records

The Pains of Being Pure At Heart: “Kelly (Winter Station Demo)” track premiere via NoiseTrade
Days of Abandon out now on Fierce Panda

To the Wind: “Hands of the Clock” track premiere via Alternative Press
Block Out the Sun & Sleep out July 22 on Pure Noise Records

Kina Grannis: “The Fire” music video premiere via The Frisky
Elements out now on One Haven

French Style Furs: “Turn Or Burn” music video premiere via BlackBook
Is Exotic Bait out July 8 on Frenchkiss Records

Amp Live: “Penny Nickel Dime (feat. Anya & Prof)” music video premiere via WSJ
Headphone Concerto out August 5 on Plug Research

Animal Years: “Forget What They’re Telling You” music video premiere via Team Coco
Sun Will Rise (Deluxe Edition) out now on Mike McFadden Music

Freeloader Friday: Blackburner, Ted Nugent, Laurel, Kid Astray, Mortals, Lusine, Chicago, Cowbell, & Incan Abraham

Blackburner: From Dusk To Dub album coverWith the World Cup in full swing, it’s time to take a break from watching the latest match and instead rock out to some music. Lucky for you, we’ve got the perfect set of tunes to fill the weekend.

There are a record six new tracks for you this week! Get your Trap on with the latest from Blackburner, an innovative EDM banger featuring Yellowman. Then, Ted Nugent will have you Rockin’ and Rollin’ along to the newest song from his upcoming album. This inspirational track encourages listeners to “never stop dreaming” while electric guitars jam in the background. Chill out with a dreamy track from Laurel that evokes somber sentiments over Electronic-meets-Folk instrumentation. Kid Astray takes “summer jam” to a whole new meaning with the M83 and Pet Shop Boys influenced title track from their upcoming EP. This is Indie Synth-Pop at its finest. Next, go dark with the surprise-filled “thrashed boogie” from Black Metal band Mortals. Finally, listen to Lusinefind beauty in strange places” via subtle beats and pulsing synths.

Now, enjoy an eclectic mix of music videos! First, go old-school with the Brass-fueled Rock of the new (but quintessentially) Chicago track that backs their homemade-style music video. Then, take a journey to the Spanish desert with Soul-Rock duo Cowbell in the video for the latest track from their upcoming album. Lastly, time travel to another era in the video for Incan Abraham’s luscious, percussive Synth-Pop track.

And that’s a wrap, Freeloaders. Enjoy your weekend!

Blackburner: “All Night Rave” track premiere via VENTS
From Dusk to Dub out June 24 on Cleopatra Records

Ted Nugent: “Never Stop Believing” track premiere via Billboard
Shutup&Jam! out July 8 on Frontiers Records

Laurel: “Shells” track premiere via The Line of Best Fit
To the Hills EP out now on Next Time Records

Kid Astray: “Taking You With Me” track premiere via The Music Ninja
Taking You With Me EP out June 23 on Cosmos

Mortals: “Epochryphal Gloom” track premiere via NPR All Songs Considered
Cursed to See the Future out July 8 on Relapse Records

Lusine: “Arterial” track premiere via XLR8R
Arterial out August 4 on Ghostly International

Chicago: “Now” music video premiere via Billboard
Now (Chicago XXXVI) out July 8 on Frontiers Records

Cowbell: “Tallulah” music video premiere via American Songwriter
Beat Stampede out July 1 on Too Much To Offer Productions

Incan Abraham: “All You Want” music video premiere via Spin
Tolerance out now on White Iris

Freeloader Friday: Big Freedia, Cerebral Ballzy, Vanna, Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas, French Style Furs, Blackburner, Ted Nugent, Suicide Silence, Sweet Apple & Boy Jumps Ship

Big Freedia Just Be Free Album CoverYesterday marked the kickoff of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and, I don’t know about you, but for me, no sporting event is complete without some tunes bumping in the background. So, thanks to this week’s Freeloader Friday lineup, your weekend is about to be soccer and song streaming perfection.

Let’s kick it off with three killer full album streams. First up, as soon as you stream Big Freedia’s new Bounce album full of Electro bangers, a wild twerk party will inevitably ensue. Take caution (and check your surroundings) before you hit play. For something completely different, check out Cerebral Ballzy’s latest album of Hardcore Punk that is an intense and chaotic display of rage. Finally, get ready to thrash to the “pure adrenaline” that is Vanna’s new Metal release. It’s passionate. It’s furious. It’s passionous.

Now to the track premieres. We’ve got a taste of the latest from Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas: Soulful yet breezy vocals backed by swoony Cabaret-Rock. Then, a merging of poetry-activism and Dark-Rock on the latest sneak peek from French Style Furs. Next, listen to an eclectic mix of Eastern-European Folk alongside Bass drops and high-hats, plus guests spots from Lil Wayne and Royce Da 5’9, on Blackburner’s new genre-defying track. Lastly, don’t forget to check out some Classic Rock in the form of Ted Nugent’s old-school jam featuring Sammy Hager.

You’re in luck because we’ve got four videos for you this week. Start off with the lyric video for Suicide Silence’s newest groove, an extremely dark Deathcore track. Then, lighten things up with even more Big Freedia! Watch the Queen of Bounce strut her stuff in the streets – and the laundromat – while a team of dancers around her “release [their] wiggle” to this epic Electronica track. Next, let Sweet Apple take you out on the water in the music video for their forlorn Acoustic number featuring Mark Lanegan and Rachel Haden. Finish with the latest music video from Boy Jumps Ship, where the Pop-Punk band makes their way from the tattoo parlor to the barbershop to the boxing studio, and end up crowd-surfing with a room full of friends and fans who are singing along to this feel-good, unapologetic anthem.

While you watch Argentina, France, Colombia, England, and more face off in futebol (if we’re being Brazilian about it), crank these tunes and I promise you won’t be sorry. Happy weekend!

Big Freedia: Full album stream via USA Today
Just Be Free out June 17 on Queen Diva Music

Cerebral Ballzy: Full album stream via Pitchfork Advance
Jaded & Faded out June 17 on Cult Records

Vanna: Full album stream via Alternative Press
Void out June 17 on Pure Noise Records

Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas: “Tired Oak” track premiere via Paste
Secret Evil out August 19 on Instant Records

French Style Furs: “Turn or Burn” track premiere via Refinery 29
Is Exotic Bait out July 8 on Frenchkiss Records

Blackburner: “Hotel Bitches” track premiere via DJ Booth
From Dusk to Dub out June 24 on Cleopatra Records

Ted Nugent: “She’s Gone” track premiere via Ultimate Classic Rock
Shutup&Jam! out July 8 on Frontiers Records

Suicide Silence: “Don’t Die” lyric video premiere via Hot Topic
You Can’t Stop Me out July 15 on Nuclear Blast

Big Freedia: “Explode” music video premiere via Fuse
Just Be Free out June 17 on Queen Diva Music

Sweet Apple: “Let’s Take the Same Plane” music video premiere via Stereogum
The Golden Age of Glitter out now on Tee Pee Records

Boy Jumps Ship: “Call to Arms” music video premiere via Vevo
Lovers & Fighters EP out now on Rude Records

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