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  • After a long five years, The Chemical Brothers will release a new studio album called Born in the Echoes on July 17. The LP will feature collaborations from Beck, Q-Tip, St. Vincent, and many more. Today they've debuted "Sometimes I Feel So Deserted," the album's opening track. [Pitchfork]

  • Norwegian producer Lindstrøm has shared the video for his Grace Hall collaboration "Home Tonight." The video features a scenic beach, a werewolf mask, and a bag of money. His latest album Runddans drops on May 5. [Stereogum]

  • The Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach is getting ready to release an album under the name The Arcs. The full-length album won't be available until later this summer, but a 2-track 7-inch single will drop on May 2. Auerbach describes the album as, "basically everything I love about music all wrapped up into one record – that’s all!” [CoS]

  • Seattle band Cabana just released a new video for "What Do I Think Of Now", a song from their 2014 debut. It's a great song, full of fuzzy, shoegazing guitar made even more dreamy in this minimalist colored paper hallucination. Watch the video now:

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