Tuesday Music News

Daily Roundups
07/19/2016
Britta Plyler
photo by Matthew B. Thompson

  • Wilco's upcoming, and tenth, studio album, Schmilco, drops on September 9. They're latest song "If I Ever Was a Child" and is available for immediate download if you pre-order the album on iTunes. Thanks to Spotify, you can check out the track below. [Pitchfork]

  • On October 8, indie folk outfit Hiss Golden Messenger will drop their new album, Heart Live a Levee. It was produced by founding member M.C. Taylor and Bradley Cook of Megafun. Check out the LP's lead single "Biloxi" below. Be sure to catch Hiss Golden Messenger at The Tractor Tavern on October 30. [Brooklyn Vegan]

  • Sleigh Bells haven't shared any plans for a new album, but something tells us that somethings coming sooner rather than later. In the last few months, they've dropped several singles, and today they've debuted "Hyper Dark." It's a more mellow number that really shows off the noise pop duo's versatility. This fall they'll embark on a mini North American tour, that will bring them to Seattle at Neumos on November 19. [Stereogum]

  • During their live shows, Car Seat Headrest have been covering David Bowie's "Blackstar," from his final album of the same name. The band recorded the song during a live-session at radio station, the Current in Minneapolis, and you can listen below. [Stereogum]

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