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  • Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys shares a new track from his side project The Arcs: stream the song "Outta My Mind" below, which will be released on 7" on July 7th. Hopefully side A and side B will tide you over for the summer: The Arcs' debut album Yours, Dreamily doesn't hit stores until September 4th via Nonesuch. [Pitchfork]

  • It's been over a year since her self-titled fourth album hit the top ten of KEXP's Top Albums of 2014, but if you're waiting for new music from St. Vincent, check out this live rendition of "Everyone You Know Will Go Away" performed recently in Brooklyn. The fan-shot clip was recorded during a performance by David Byrne’s color guard collective, Contemporary Color. (As you may recall, the two are frequent collaborators and tour mates.) [Consequence of Sound]

  • Cartoon Network franchise Adult Swim never fails to curate a killer compilation, and their 2015 line-up is no exception: this year’s series runs for 19 weeks through October 2nd and features tracks from Run the Jewels, Chromatics, Flying Lotus, Shabazz Palaces, Swervedriver, and more, including this excellent track from Owen Pallett. Stream the track "The Phone Call" below: [Spin]

  • In a perfect pairing, Wavves (a.k.a. Nathan Williams) and Cloud Nothings (a.k.a. Dylan Baldi) have teamed up for a collaborative album. The songs were recorded over the past year, produced by Williams and his brother Joel, and released on Williams’ own label Ghost Ramp. Stream the whole dang thing below. [Stereogum]

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