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Janice Headley
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  • Draped in a cape and fringed cowboy gear, Ty Segall took the stage on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night in support of his new self-titled solo release, out now on Drag City Records. Watch Ty and the guys perform "Break a Guitar" (though they don't actually do it). KEXP presents three nights of Ty Segall in Seattle at Neumos, March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. (The March 2nd show is sold out!) [ Under the Radar ]

  • Speaking of Ty Segall -- sure, he just released a new album last month, but it's been a whole month, so now we've got an EP on the way. Stream the single "Pan" below from Sentimental Goblin, out March 17th on Suicide Squeeze. Only 1,000 copies of this double-A-sided single will be pressed on half-blue/half yellow vinyl. The cover features artwork by Segall himself. Listen below: [ Stereogum ]

  • UK duo Goldfrapp have a new LP out this Spring, their first since 2013. They shared the single "Anymore" last month, and today, we've got a video for it. Producer Mary Calderwell shows vocalist Alison Goldfrapp leading a group of people through the desert of Fuerteventura (one of the Canary Islands). The new album, Silver Eye, will be out March 31st via Mute. [ Pitchfork ]

  • It's been a couple of year since Colleen Green released her excellent LP, I Want To Grow Up and the follow-up self-titled EP, but it's never too late to share a video. Watch a clip for "Between The Lines" below, following Green through a tour of Los Angeles. [ Stereogum ]

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