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Freeloader Friday: AM & Shawn Lee, Black Star Riders, Young Man, Charles Bradley, PVT, Little Tybee and The Lovely Bad Things

AM & Shawn Lee 'La Musique Numerique.'The weekend is here, which means it’s time to turn off your email and turn up your stereo. Whether you’re hitting the road for a quick getaway, hosting an epic dance party, or just looking for an aural escape this weekend, you’ve come to the right place. We have tons of new music that is guaranteed to make your weekday hiatus a truly raucous event.

To start things off, AM & Shawn Lee spin a cosmic cover of a Joe Jackson classic, Black Star Riders share a feel of summer with the premiere of their newest single, and PVT gets turned up a notch with a remix by The Antlers.

What’s that? You want a full album to jam out to this weekend? Well you’re in luck, as Young Man spreads infectious Pop sounds and Little Tybee wanders into the atmosphere with their respective full record streams. Both albums drop next week, so be on the lookout.

If you’re looking for visuals, The Lovely Bad Things have you covered with the music video premiere of “Fried Eyes.” It features fireworks, mini-bike races, and enough party vibes to get your weekend kicked into gear.

But the feel good story of the week comes from Funk maestro Charles Bradley. The cook-turned-James-Brown-impersonator-turned-Soul-singer ignites NPR Music’s All Songs Considered, a weekly podcast hosted by Bob Boilen, with the track “You Put The Flame On It.” The redemptive story of Bradley’s career and his newest single are both bound to lift your weekend spirits.

AM & Shawn Lee: “Steppin’ Out” via NYLON
La Musique Numerique out May 7 on Park The Van

Black Star Riders: “Bound For Glory” via Classic Rock Magazine
All Hell Breaks Loose out May 28 on Nuclear Blast

Young Man: Full album stream via Rolling Stone
Beyond Was All Around Me out April 9 on Frenchkiss Records

Charles Bradley: “You Put The Flame On It” via NPR Music’s All Songs Considered
Victim of Love out now on Daptone Records

PVT: “Nightfall (The Antlers Remix)” via Stereogum
Homosapien out now on Felte

Little Tybee: Full album stream via Paste
For Distant Viewing out April 9 on Paper Garden Records

The Lovely Bad Things: “Fried Eyes” music video premiere via Death and Taxes
The Late Great Whatever out now on Volcom Entertainment

Don’t Mess With Texas: Get Our SXSW 2013 Music Sampler

March 7, 2013 Artist News 5 Comments

DMWT13 SXSW music samplerAh SXSW, simultaneously one of the most fun and exhausting weeks of the year for those lucky enough to attend. A whirlwind series of day parties, happy hours, panels, meetings, official showcases, “meetings” at the finest BBQ and taco joints, after parties, after after parties, and near constant sleep depravation. We. Cannot. Wait.

Deciding which artists you want to see can be a daunting experience, (we work with nearly 300 bands who will be performing at least one show in Austin next week), but we’re here to help. Our free Don’t Mess with Texas: SXSW 2013 New Music Sampler contains tracks from 19 can’t-miss-artists, including Emma Louise, Local Natives, Ra Ra Riot, Charles Bradley, The Virgins and more.

Click HERE to download the compilation. It will also be available for streaming / download on services like Spotify, Rdio, and Amazon.

Check out the track list below:

01. Local Natives – “Breakers”
02. Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band – “Strictly Reserved For You”
03. He’s My Brother She’s My Sister – “The Same Old Ground”
04. Dirty Fences – “Heaven Is Tonight”
05. PAWS – “Homecoming”
06. The Virgins – “Flashbacks, Memories and Dreams”
07. The Ocean Blue – “Sad Night, Where Is Morning”
08. Young Galaxy – “Pretty Boy”
09. Dana Falconberry – “Please Sparrow”
10. Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers – “Little Too Late”
11. Anders & Kendall – “City Of Greats”
12. Parenthetical Girls – “A Note To Self”
13. Social Studies – “Away For The Weekend”
14. Ra Ra Riot – “Binary Mind”
15. Pretty & Nice – “Hibernate”
16. The Lovely Bad Things – “Fried Eyes”
17. Agent Ribbons – “Family Haircut”
18. I Am Dive – “Mount Eerv”
19. Emma Louise – “Boy”

Freeloader Friday: Sally Shapiro, Duologue, Young Galaxy, The Virgins, The Lovely Bad Things, AM & Shawn Lee, and Local Natives

February 22, 2013 Freeloader Friday No Comments

Sally Shapiro - Somewhere ElseFriday is here! That’s right, you got past hump day and made it through the weekday grind — time to celebrate with Freeloader Friday.

To start your weekend off right, we have a couple of album previews from Sally Shapiro, Duologue, and The Lovely Bad Things.

Young Galaxy and AM & Shawn Lee are providing the soundtrack to your time off with new song streams, while The Virgins are getting nostalgic with the music video for their retro-flavored single.

Finally, catch Local Natives performing a live acoustic set of songs from their latest album, Hummingbird, in an unorthodox Parisian space…

Need we say more?

Sally Shapiro: Full album stream via Pitchfork Advance
Somewhere Else out February 26 on Paper Bag Records

Duologue: Full album stream via Clash Music
Song & Dance out February 25 on Killing Moon Records

Young Galaxy: “Fall For You” via Pitchfork
Ultramarine out April 16 on Paper Bag Records

The Virgins: “Flashbacks, Memories, and Dreams” video stream via MTV Hive
Strike Gently out March 12 on Cult Records

The Lovely Bad Things: Full album stream via Impose Magazine
The Late Great Whatever out February 26 on Volcom Entertainment

AM & Shawn Lee: “Two Times” via Rolling Stone
La Musique Numerique out soon on Park The Van

Local Natives: Live acoustic concert via La Blogotheque
Hummingbird out now on Frenchkiss Records

Freeloader Friday: The Lovely Bad Things, Al Lewis, Tomahawk, Ra Ra Riot, Maps & Atlases and Steve Aoki

February 15, 2013 Freeloader Friday No Comments

The Lovely Bad Things "The Late Great Whatever"Friday’s back (don’t you love how it just keeps comin’ every week??) and with it, so is Freeloader Friday!

To entertain you this week, we have a couple of upcoming album previews from rock stars The Lovely Bad Things and British star-in-the-making Al Lewis.

Tomahawk and Maps & Atlases are treating us to some visuals with some new music videos from their latest albums, while Ra Ra Riot is spreading its addictive version of “Beta Love” around courtesy of RAC.

To close it out, Steve Aoki and friends Angger Dimas, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike blow your mind with the music video for “Phat Brahms.”

Happy listening, and wonderful long weekend to ya if you’re in the U.S.!

The Lovely Bad Things: “Hear or Anywhere” via Ad Hoc
The Late Great Whatever out February 26 on Volcom Entertainment

Al Lewis: “Make A Little Room” music video via YouTube
Battles out February 18 on ALM

Tomahawk: “Oddfellows” video premiere via Loudwire
Oddfellows out now on Ipecac Recordings

Ra Ra Riot: “Beta Love (RAC Remix)” via Huffington Post
Beta Love out now on Barsuk Records

Maps & Atlases: “Fever” music video premiere via NPR Music
Beware And Be Grateful out now on Barsuk Records

Steve Aoki: “Phat Brahms” via mtvU
Phat Brahms and Phat Brahms Remixes out now on Dim Mak Records

Freeloader Friday: Local Natives, Sally Shapiro, Ra Ra Riot, Javelin, The Lovely Bad Things, Gensu Dean & Planet Asia, Heliotropes and ERAAS

January 11, 2013 Freeloader Friday No Comments

Local Natives Heavy Feet HummingbirdWelcome back Freeloader Friday! We’ve had a short break for the holidays but we’re back and we’re ready for some FF action.

In this edition of Freeloader Friday, we’re making up for lost time and treating you to SIX awesome new tracks to check out and two music video premieres to top it off.

First, Local Natives is giving us another taste of their much anticipated album Hummingbird with “Heavy Feet;” then Sally Shapiro and Electric Youth take us for a ride with “Starman;” and Ra Ra Riot have no trouble asking us to dance with them. We’ve also got tracks from Javelin, The Lovely Bad Things and Gensu Dean & Planet Asia, all coming out with new albums in the next couple of months.

To satisfy your visuals, music video premieres include a nifty black and white show from Heliotropes and a creepy one with jingle bells courtesy of ERAAS.

There we go — that should keep you busy until next week. Fire away, Freeloaders!

Local Natives: “Heavy Feet” via SoundCloud
Hummingbird out January 29 on Frenchkiss Records

Sally Shapiro ft. Electric Youth: “Starman” via Nylon
Somewhere Else out February 26 on Paper Bag Records

Ra Ra Riot: “Dance With Me” track premiere via Stereogum
Beta Love out January 22 on Barsuk Records

Javelin: “Nnormal” via Pitchfork
Hi Beams out March 5 on Luaka Bop

The Lovely Bad Things: “Fried Eyes” via Spin
The Late Great Whatever out February 26 on Volcom Entertainment

Gensu Dean & Planet Asia: “Faces on the Dollar” via XXL Mag
Abrasions out February 26 on Mello Music Group

Heliotropes: “The Dove” music video premiere via Impose
The Dove out now on Manimal Vinyl Records/Frenchkiss Label Group

ERAAS: “Ghost” music video via Pitchfork TV
Eraas out now on felte

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