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04/29/2016
Britta Plyler
photo by Jim Bennett

  • LA based indie rockers Local Natives have been flying under the radar since their 2013 album Hummingbird. But today, they're back with a luminous new song titled "Past Lives." It's a real stunner. Fingers crossed that this means there's a full, studio album in the works. [CoS]

  • Bob Dylan shared his cover of Frank Sinatra's 1957 love song "All The Way." The song will be featured on Dylan's upcoming album, Fallen Angels (out May 20), his second collection of Sinatra covers. Never in a million years could I have imagined that Bob Dylan and Frank Sinatra would be such a fascinating combination. [Sterogum]

  • Oldschool hip-hop trio De La Soul have released a surprise, four-track EP called For Your Pain & Suffering as a thank you for their fans. Their loyal following have helped them raise $600,000 on Kickstarter for their upcoming full-length album, And The Anonymous Nobody (out August 26). Stream For Your Pain & Suffering HERE. [SPIN]

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