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  • METZ go for broke on their latest track "Eraser." It's an intense piece of noise rock that will leave you anxious yet mesmerized. The single is being offered as a limited edition - only 1,000 copies - pressed on green vinyl, which will release on January 22. Pre-order here via Subpop. [CoS]

  • Folk singer-songwriter Cass McCombs announced plans to release a 19-track collection of unheard rarities called A Folk Set Apart: Rarities, B-Sides & Space Junk, Etc. (out on December 11). To get a taste of the album, McCombs shared the glittering song "Evangeline." [CoS]

  • To mark the 25-year anniversary of the release of their debut LP, People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm, A Tribe Called Quest will drop a remastered reissue of the album. This special edition will feature remixes from big name hip hop artists such as: CeeLo Green and J.Cole. You can listen to Pharrell's offering, a remix of "Bonita Applebum," HERE. [Pitchfork]

  • This Friday, Deerhunter will drop their seventh studio album, Fading Frontier. They've shared an artsy video for the album track "Living My Life." The abstract video features several shots of random objects intercut with footage of the Georgia indie rockers hanging out with a dog. Check it out. [SPIN]

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