Album Stream

Premiere: Stream Alvin & Lyle’s Debut Album

By Will Oliver, December 6th 2013

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Today marks the release of Alvin & Lyle’s self-titled debut album. We already had the pleasure of premiering two songs off it, “So Delicious” and “Strangers,” and now he’s given us the privilege of premiering the album stream.

Go get lost in a full album of mesmerizing jams that we’ve come to expect from him at this point. See why he’s one of the artists you should be giving your time and attention to, as he’s one of the brightest young minds in music right now.

If you like what you hear, be sure to buy the album over at iTunes.

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Album Stream: Cut Copy – ‘Free Your Mind’

By Will Oliver, October 25th 2013 — with 1 comment

Cut Copy’s new album Free Your Mind comes out on November 5 via Loma Vista/Modular. Just the other day they shared a new track from the album called “We Are Explorers” with us.

Tonight they’ve surprised us with an early stream of the album posted on their site. They’ve shared the album via a widget, which comes with the following message:

Sometimes things have to get worse before they get better. While the two summers of love were birthed from burdening times, Vietnam and 10 years of Thatcher’s reign, they were one hell of a party. Unprecedented explosions of youth culture which tore down the walls of perception through communal elation and celebration. Cut Copy’s Free Your Mind creates a fantasy of the next youth revolution, binding the two epochs without the negative baggage. An event told in three dimensions. Turn on, tune in…

With that said, I hope you enjoy the new album. Dive in below.
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Album Stream: Arcade Fire – ‘Reflektor’

By Will Oliver, October 24th 2013

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As you’re probably well aware, Arcade Fire’s new James Murphy-produced album Reflektor comes out next week, via Merge. The album may have leaked earlier today, but the band have took things into their own hands by releasing an official stream on youtube, set to the 1959 film, Black Orpheus.

Check out my coverage of their show in Brooklyn last week during CMJ right here. After a few listens to Reflektor, I’m enjoying it quite a bit. Let me know what you think about the album either in the comment section below, or over on twitter.

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Stream: Arctic Monkeys – ‘AM’

By Will Oliver, September 3rd 2013 — with 2 comments

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On September 10 Arctic Monkeys will release their new album AM via Domino. Let me tell you, its a good one. You need to give it some time to really sink in and grow, as it takes some time to really absorb it all.

We’re one week away from the release date, but the album is available to stream in full over at iTunes. Go give it a listen, and be sure to come back here and leave a comment letting me know what you think of the album.

I’ll have a full review coming in the next few days. Be on the lookout for that.

[stream]: Ty Segall – Sleeper

By Will Oliver, August 12th 2013 — with 1 comment

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The madman recording maven that is Ty Segall is back at it again with new album Sleeper coming out later this month (August 20) via Drag City.

NPR, who premiered the album stream, got some insight about the album from Ty. I was surprised to hear that Segall was releasing a mostly acoustic album at first, but then when I heard the story behind the album it all made sense to me. Last year Segall lost his father to cancer. He moved out to L.A. to be closer to his sister, and had a falling out with his mom whom he isn’t currently on speaking terms with. I can’t blame the guy for stripping things down and putting his mind to his music.

Any fan of Segall needs to listen to this album immediately. Even if your not, how can you not want to listen to it after reading about the story behind it?

Head over to NPR to check out the stream.

statistics peninsula cover

After eight years away from the game, Statistics – the solo project of Denver Dalley, guitarist of Desaparecidos – is back with new album Peninsula. It’s the follow-up to 2005′s Often Lie. We have the honor and privilege of premiering the stream of the album, which is out today via Afternoon Records.

On Peninsula, Dalley delivers forward minded rock with a funky electronic side that is a heavy factor throughout. The album includes a cover of Rilo Kiley’s “Pictures Of Success” as well as a feature from Har Mar Superstar. You will hear a sense of atmospheric nostalgia on the album which is both thinking ahead, while also paying respect to the past.

The album is streaming in full below. If you dig it, then you may as well head to Afternoon Records to download it, for free.
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The 1st incredible chapter of Houndmouth‘s journey will close tomorrow when they finally release their debut album From The Hills Below The City on Rough Trade. The album is being streamed on Team Coco right now, ahead of their Wednesday night appearance on the show. Be sure to stream the album here and purchase it from the band. They’re great guys and deserve every bit of this success.

Below is the video for “On The Road” if you have yet to see it:
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