Web Toolbar by Wibiya Bears and Bullets: 2012-05-27

Friday, June 1, 2012

Stream Curren$y's 'The Stoned Immaculate'

Although his name has flown around a lot in the past two years, New Orleans' rapper Curren$y hasn't officially released any studio albums to his name. Via Complex, you can check out The Stone Immaculate, the first studio LP to his credit in full, below.

And don't forget to grab the physical album June 5, via Warner Bros. Records.

New Tomas Barfod - Broken Glass

"Broken Glass," the newest from Danish producer Tomas Barfod, is a kitschy mix of manipulated vocals and subtle samples, with sweeter-than-expected harmonies laid throughout. Check out the track below, as well as a bonus remixed version from Young L.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

New Ty Segall - Swag

Fully-proving that the term "swag" isn't exactly dead yet, Ty Segall just released his "Swag" single through the San Francisco-centric In A Cloud II, a vinyl-only compilation highlighting artists from the area. Check it out below and order the album via Secret Seven, which will be out July 17.

Arrange - North

This new, beautiful cut from Arrange's (via We All Want Someone To Shout For) new album New Memory is genuinely one of the prettiest things you'll hear all day. Check it out below and grab New Memory July 10.

New Blood Diamonds - Phone Sex (ft. Grimes)

I'm not sure what exactly this new Blood Diamonds' track has to do with "Phone Sex," but this poppy-electro track featuring Grimes is starting to get around. The single version will be released July 16 (via 4AD) in the UK, but you can check it out below.

New WATERS video - Mickey Mantle

The newest video from former Port O'Brien frontman's Van Pierszalowski's solo outfit WATERS, is the stop-motion glory of "Mickey Mantle." The video, as part of the Music Video Race project, was filmed in less than 48 hours, which ended up winning Best Song (not best video). Check it out below.

New Balam Acab - Ass Pop

Those familiar with Balam Acab might be a bit surprised from the title of his newest cut, "Ass Pop." Indeed, it's a little more poppy than the subtle ambiance we're familiar from him, but it's still worth a listen. Check it out below.

New ILLLs - Goods

Simple, distorted garage-pop with a little added layer of texture. This new track from Mississippi outfit ILLLS, from their upcoming Dark Paradise EP should be part your already growing summer soundtrack. Check it out below and grab the digital release June 17.

New Dan Deacon - Lots

After nearly three years since the release of Bromst and endless touring, Dan Deacon has finally released new material in the form of "Lots." If this doesn't get you excited, then maybe you haven't had the live Dan Deacon experience yet. If so, get on that, and stream the new single here.

Free Cocaine 80s Mixtape

Fans of The Weeknd, or just damn good music in general, should drop everything and grab this six-track mixtape from Cocaine 80s, courtesy of 2dopeboyz. Download it here.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

New videos from M83, The Walkmen, Andrew Bird, and El-P

A direct video sequel for M83's "Midnight City," the newest video from directors Fleur & Manu has to be Akira inspired in some form (with an Adam Yauch tribute Easter egg thrown in as well). Check it out below.

Another future Lollapalooza alum, The Walkmen, just released their seventh studio album yesterday, along with a video for the title track "Heaven," directed by Alex Southam.

Despite the fact that Andrew Bird's latest album, Break It Yourself, has already been out a few months, until today we haven't seen any official video from the album. Check out the brain-exploding animation (done by Yu Morita) for "Eyeoneye" below.

And finally, from one of the best albums of 2012 so far, El-P released the video for his heavy single "The Full Retard," which ends up being more NSFW than you might think. Check it out below and grab Cancer for the Cure now.

New Beat Connection - The Palace Garden, 4 a.m.

This latest swig from upbeat Seattle pop-four piece Beat Connection, entitled "The Palace Garden, 4 a.m.," comes from the group's upcoming digital release Palace Garden, which will be out June 19 in the U.S. Listen to the first single, below.

Wednesday Bears: Big Boi and Theophilus London (ft. Tre Luce) - She Said OK

After announcing the follow-up to 2010's spectacular Sir Lucius Left Foot ... The Son of Chico Dusty, Big Boi, alongside Theophilus London, released the first track from Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, "She Said OK." It starts off a bit weird, but you kinda get into it.

New How To Dress Well - Ocean Floor For Everything

This new cut, "Ocean Floor For Everything," from Tom Krell's How To Dress Well project comes through with the quality production of a Jame Blake single, distorted, echoed loops with an R&B aesthetic. Check out the crafty single below.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Tuesday Bears: New Big K.R.I.T. - What You Mean (ft. Ludacris)

From Big K.R.I.T.'s upcoming studio debut, Live From The Underground, is this cut "What You Mean," featuring Ludacris. If you remember well, the last time the two worked together was on K.R.I.T.'s smash "Country Shit (Remix)" from last year's Return Of 4Eva, which was one of the best tracks from last year.

Listen to "What You Mean" below (via You Heard That New), and grab K.R.I.T.'s album Live From The Underground June 5.