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Adam Sandler’s entertainment career is still growing strong. His new Netflix Originals production, ADAM SANDLER: 100% FRESH, gained a promotional boost with the release of “Phone Wallet Keys,” a rap song performed by Sandler himself. The video attracted over 1 million views in the past few days, with fans expressing gratitude for the comedian’s expression […]

Portland-based electronic maestros Chromatics released their whopper of an EP Camera only on vinyl earlier this summer; now, Camera is coming to digital and CD with a deluxe reissue that features remixes and previously unreleased songs. The Johnny Jewel-led outfit has released this new version of the EP today, via Italians Do It Better. While both versions […]

Migos member Takeoff has launched his debut solo album, The Last Rocket. It’s available to stream in full below via Apple Music or Spotify. Due out via Quality Control/Motown/Capitol Records, the new effort collects together 12 tracks, including titles like “None to Me”, “Lead the Wave”, “Insomnia”, and the Atlanta rapper’s early single “Last Memory”. […]

Bob Dylan completists rejoice, as today marks the release of More Blood, More Tracks, the latest in Dylan’s ongoing Bootleg Series. Subscribers of Apple Music can stream it in full below. Spotify is offering a 10-song sampler. You can purchase a physical copy of the set here. The deluxe edition of the release includes more than 70 previously unreleased […]

Track by Track is a recurring new music feature in which we ask artists to spill about the stories behind each song on their latest release. In March of 2017, Syrian-American artist Mona Haydar shared a music video for “Hijabi” in which she, eight months pregnant at the time, rapped about the pride she takes in […]

Last year, Yung Lean delivered Stranger, an album many call his strongest body of work thus far. Now, the twenty-two-year-old Swedish rapper has returned with his follow-up effort Poison Ivy, complete with a jarring yellow album cover. Where Stranger seemed to conjure imagery of folkloric, off-kilter fairy-tales, Poison Ivy strikes a different tone off the bat. It’s clear that Lean looked to the past during […]

Track by Track is a recurring new music feature in which an artist spills insider information about the stories behind each song on their latest release. Mark Kozelek ended 2017 by promising two new albums over the next year. He delivered the first, a self-titled effort, back in April. As we enter the final stretch of the […]

FM! plays like a love letter to the West Coast, and as such, enlists many prominent voices to play a supporting role. Appearances from Jay Rock, E-40, Earl Sweatshirt, and Tyga help round out the effort with a sense of local flavor, though Vince is far from an unreliable narrator. His depiction of Los Angeles living […]

The youngest Migos member has landed. Takeoff has stepped onto his solo path with The Last Rocket, delivering a debut album to clean up the fourth quarter of 2018. Considered the best lyricist in the crew, Takeoff blessed the world with the single “Last Memory,” which helped quell fans’ eagerness for a peek into his solo debut. Consisting […]

Tenacious D have returned with their new album, Post-Apocalypto. It’s available to stream in its entirety below via Apple Music or Spotify. Post-Apocalypto serves as Tenacious D’s fourth catalog LP and the follow-up to 2012’s Rize of the Fenix. For the 21-track effort, the comedy rock duo of Jack Black and Kyle Gass enlisted the help of producer John Spiker, as […]

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