There’s a slew of upcoming album releases on the horizon and you can already take a listen to most of them when you get home tonight. We’ve gathered them together all in one place for your streaming convenience and provided some subsequent reading material as well. You know, just in case you feel like taking a deep dive with the records this evening.
Caribou’s Our Love is streaming on iTunes Radio.
Read Marc Hogan’s write-up on the self-titled single and J. Edward Keye’s take on “Can’t Do Without You.”
Tinashe is streaming new album Aquarius over on her SoundCloud.
Read Marc Hogan’s take on her collaboration with Devonté Hynes for “Bet” and Claire Lobenfeld’s write-up of “Pretend (Prod. by Detail)” featuring A$AP Rocky.
Ex Hex’s Rips is streaming over at NPR.
Read Marc Hogan’s write-up on their single “Don’t Wanna Lose.”
Weezer is streaming Everything Will Be Alright over on iTunes Radio.
Watch their new video for “Back to the Shack” and get Andrew Park’s take on their new single with Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast, “Go Away.”
Minus the Bear is streaming their new album Lost Loves over at Pitchfork Advance.
Zola Jesus’s Taigi is streaming via her SoundCloud.
Read Marc Hogan’s interview with Tim Saccenti, the director of the “Dangerous Days” video, and J. Edward Keye’s write-up for the single itself. (I also liked the Juan MacLean remix.)
Last but not least, SBTRKT is streaming new album Wonder Where We Land on his website.
Check out the interactive video for single “Look Away” featuring Caroline Polachek and read Andrew Park’s write-up about the collaboration with Ezra Koenig, “New Dorp, New York.”