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William Tyler Shares New Song “Time Indefinite”: Listen

Nashville guitarist and composer William Tyler has shared a brand new “cosmic pastoral” single. It’s called “Time Indefinite” and you can give it a listen below.

Tyler’s last studio album was 2019’s Goes West. Earlier this year, he released Music From First Cow, the original soundtrack to Kelly Reichardt’s new period drama distributed by A24. Tyler released his Modern Country LP back in 2016.

Read about William Tyler’s 2016 single “Highway Anxiety” in “What Paul Dano Is Listening to Right Now” on the Pitch.

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Rileyy Lanez – “Left 4 Me”

Calling Bronx, NY her home, Rileyy Lanez looks to make a big stride in the R&B world with her new single, “Left 4 Me.”

Documenting her feelings of loneliness as well as the imbalances of a relationship, Rileyy shared her thoughts about the single. “‘Left 4 Me’ is about a time I was so busy dwelling on the person I was with and making their mind up instead of focusing on me. Writing the song was a lesson in disguise.”

Press play on “Left 4 Me” and its accompanying visual below.

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Margo Price delays album release due to coronavirus, covers John Lennon to apologise

Margo Price has postponed the release of her third album ‘That’s How Rumors Get Started’ due to the coronavirus pandemic. Price announced the news on social media overnight, citing “circumstances [that] are beyond our control”.

The country singer-songwriter offered a cover of John Lennon‘s ‘Nobody Told Me’ to disappointed fans on Youtube. Watch it below:

Price’s statement says “realistically” the album’s new release date will be sometime in summer of this year.

“Even the record plants have halted production of vinyl. I want to be able to play this album live and tour with my band all over the world and I know that time will come,” she said.

“Until then, take care of yourselves, be good to each other and this weary planet… and watch what you say and who you trust, because we all know…”

Price said she would release some singles and make “lots of music for y’all anyway [she] possibly can” in the meantime. Earlier this week, she recorded a session for NPR’s Tiny Desk (Home) concerts from their Nashville attic with her husband Jeremy Ivey. In the background, two handmade signs that read “Stay Home” and “Save Lives” can be seen, resembling those used by Lennon and Yoko Ono‘s Bed-In For Peace. The new Lennon cover appears to be an outtake from this session.

The country singer joins dozens of musicians who have been forced to postpone the release of their albums, including Jarvis Cocker and Lady Gaga.

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Future to Provide Masks for Healthcare Workers and Patients Affected by Coronavirus

Future’s non-profit organization FreeWishes Foundation has teamed up with Atlanta Sewing Style to make masks for healthcare workers and hospitalized patients affected by COVID-19. Atlanta Sewing Style is a community of over 500 local sewers and designers who will create, cut, sew, and deliver the masks to local hospitals.

“There is so much that needs to be done during this crisis and if everyone can step up in some way, we can all get through this together as we serve our community,” FreeWishes co-founder (and Future’s mother) Stephanie Jester said in a press release. “I think that our healthcare professionals are the heroes in this situation and they are risking their lives for everyone, so it is our responsibility to help protect them.”

The new initiative is called the #MaskOn Campaign, and its organizers are currently accepting donations for the cause. “It is important to my brother, Future and I that we are of service to our community, especially during this pandemic and throughout the year,” said co-founder Tia-Wilburn Anderson. “This is why our family created the foundation.”

Earlier today, Future shared “Tycoon,” his first solo single of 2020.

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Jeida Woods – “Chemicals” | 2DOPEBOYZ

Today has been quite the day in the R&B world. From well-known names like PARTYNEXTDOOR to the lesser-known names like Che Ecru, Rileyy Lanez, and ROSA, our need for new R&B has been fulfilled today. Adding himself to the mix, Jeida Woods shares his new track, “Chemicals.”

The drum-heavy track will definitely stand as one of my highlights from the weekend. Dropping a fiery visual along with the song, the Australian artist completes the trifecta of singer, dancer and producer as a package deal.

Set to appear on his upcoming EP, out in June, press play below.

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Sonic Youth release archive recordings of 12 live shows to help you through quarantine

Sonic Youth have released archive recordings of 12 live shows from throughout their career.

The iconic noise rock band formed in 1981 and split in 2011, following Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore’s separation.

Earlier today (March 27), they shared some glimpses into their live show over the years, releasing the 12 live sets on their Bandcamp page. The gigs documented included a show at New York’s CBGB’s in 1988, San Francisco’s The Warfield in 1993, and a ‘Daydream Nation’ gig in Glasgow in 2007.

Also among the recordings is the band’s final US show, recorded at Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Waterfront in 2011. You can find all of the new releases on Sonic Youth’s Bandcamp page.

Last month, Moore launched his own pop-up record store in London. The Daydream Library Series And Ecstatic Peace Library is based in Stoke Newington and sold posters, art, vintage t-shirts and memorabilia as well as records. It also served as a bookshop, art gallery and the HQ of an underground newspaper.

The store was initially planned to be open between February 5 and March 14, but Moore said it would “keep on keepin’ on” if it proved to be successful.

Meanwhile, hundreds of records from Moore’s private collection went on sale at London’s World Of Echo in Bethnal Green last year. The selection included “a broad range of genres, spanning multiple variants of jazz, noise, hardcore, black metal, ethnographic, punk and post-punk, no-wave, krautrock, ambient, electronic and the avant-garde.”

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CHAI Share Video for New Song “NO MORE CAKE”: Watch

Japanese rock band CHAI have shared a music video for their new song “NO MORE CAKE.” The visual, directed by Hideto Hotta, finds the quartet smearing their faces with colorful frosting, paint, and cake batter. Check out the full clip below, and scroll down for the single art, designed by CHAI bassist and lyricist YUUKI.

“NO MORE CAKE” is “a sarcastic poke about wearing make-up,” CHAI vocalist MANA said in a press release, adding: “We feel like that you should wear make-up that you feel suits you. Wearing make-up shouldn’t be based on the orders of someone else.” YUUKI elaborated: “Doing your make-up to look like another person is the same as applying cake to your face,” while guitarist KANA said: “We wanted the theme for this music video to be ‘make-up meets art.’ That’s why at times we had our faces looking like cake and then expressed as art.”

CHAI released their sophomore album PUNK back in 2019. They wrapped up a tour with Whitney earlier this year.

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42 Dugg Drops New Project, ‘Young & Turnt 2’

Reppin’ both Yo Gotti’s CMG and Lil Baby’s 4PF crews, Detroit’s 42 Dugg has released his new project, Young & Turnt 2.

Fresh off a quality appearance on Lil Baby’s My Turn album, 42 Dugg is out to show-and-prove with 14 tracks featuring both Lil Baby and Gotti (x2).

Check it out below and add Young & Turnt 2 wherever you get music.

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Hear Torres’ bewitching cover of Portishead’s ‘Wandering Star’

Torres has shared a new cover of Portishead – hear her bewitching version of ‘Wandering Star’ below.

The artist – real name Mackenzie Scott – is the latest musician to share a new cover while millions across the world self-isolate due to coronavirus.

The cover was recorded in London in 2017, with Scott calling the Bristol trio “one of my favourite bands in the world”. It was originally available only on Bandcamp (the website gave 100 percent of revenue to artists last Friday as a gesture of support), but is now available on YouTube too – hear it below.

Torres is the latest artist to share a new cover while the world self-isolates due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

This week, James Blake shared a version of Radiohead’s ‘No Surprises’ on an Instagram live stream, while Christine and the Queens covered The Weeknd and Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard shared versions of John Lennon and Phoebe Bridgers songs.

Torres was on tour in Europe as the coronavirus outbreak first started escalating, and shared her experience of trying to get herself and her band and crew back home to the United States while a travel ban was quickly being implemented.

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“It all happened so much more quickly and drastically than anyone was expecting… To be overseas watching it unfold from the backseat of a van on our cell phones was very surreal,” Scott told Pitchfork.

“I have extreme gratitude for everyone who has reached out to help me and other artists in this time… I’m hoping that everyone is just going to take a nice big breather and heal themselves if they can. Hopefully live music doesn’t die and it all comes back in the fall and everyone’s more excited than ever.”

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Onyx Collective and Ian Isiah Cover “Blue Moon”: Listen

New York’s Onyx Collective have teamed up with Ian Isiah for a new cover of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s 1934 classic “Blue Moon.” Onyx Collective have also revealed the release date and tracklist for their upcoming album Manhattan Special: Onyx Collective Plays Rodgers & Hart / Rodgers & Hammerstein: It’s out April 24 via TMWRK.

“Blue Moon” follows Onyx Collective’s previously released singles from the album: “When or Where” (featuring Kelsey Lu) and “My Funny Valentine” (featuring Nick Hakim). The new LP is produced by Isaiah Barr of Onyx Collective and Jeremy Yohai of Concord Music Publishing.

Read Pitchfork’s Rising interview “Meet Ian Isiah, the Sexed-Up, Unapologetically Extra R&B Star of Tomorrow.”

Manhattan Special: Onyx Collective Plays Rodgers & Hart / Rodgers & Hammerstein:

01 Spring Is Here [ft. Kesley Lu]
02 Manhattan
03 My Funny Valentine [ft. Nick Hakim]
04 Miss Jones [ft. Julian Soto]
05 My Favorite Things
06 Glad to Be Unhappy [ft. duendita]
07 Where or When [ft. Kelsey Lu]
08 Getting to Know You [ft. Okay Kaya]
09 Falling in Love [ft. Roy Nathanson]
10 Blue Moon [ft. Ian Isiah]

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