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  • British rockers Django Django have shared the video for their single "Reflections." Instead of the band, the video features CGI sculptures playing their respective instruments. Thanks to iTunes Radio, their upcoming album, Born Under Saturn (out May 5), is available to stream now. [Pitchfork]

  • Ryan Adams released a brand new 7-inch. The single includes three brand new tracks tracks, "I Do Not Feel Like Being Good," "How Much Light," and "In The Dark." It's such a well rounded collection, it's hard to believe that Adams recorded everything in one afternoon. [CoS]

  • Chelsea Wolfe announced a new album called Abyss, which will drop on August 7. According to a press release, Wolfe said the album will look into “human frailty, intimacy, quiet passion, anxiety, and deep longing." Listen to the album's first single "Iron Moon," below. [CoS]

  • Ballet School have unveiled the video for their amazing mashup of Madonna's "Justify My Love" and Beyonce's "Partition." The video shows a woman going through all the usual steps of getting ready. Lipstick? Check. Mirror once-over? Check? The all important selfie? Double check. [Stereogum]

  • As if Jeff Tweedy hasn't been busy enough with Wilco and Tweedy, the project with his son Spencer, he's also just produced the latest from British folk rock vet, Richard Thompson. The new album, Thompson's 16th solo record, is called Still and will be out June 23 on Fantasy. You can hear the first single, "Beatnik Walking", now. [Aquarium Drunkard]

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