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badXchannels – “Want It All” (feat. Slaughterhouse & Badxchannels)
badXchannels’ Craig Owens released a new song with Slaughterhouse, which features Royce Da 5’9’’—who he happened to have mentioned he wanted to collaborate with when speaking with AP last fall!
InVisions – “Soul Seeker”
The energetic track “Soul Seeker” is taken from InVisions' self-released debut album Never Nothing, due August 18.
Absolutely Not – “Blood Money”
Absolutely Not released their thrashy, dystopian new single “Blood Money,” a musical ode to frontman Donnie Moore’s penchant for 70’s and 80’s sci-fi horror cinema, taken from their forthcoming album Errors, due out July 28.
Sharks In The Deep End – “Tears Run Dry”
Austin-based new-wave punk outfit, Sharks In The Deep End released their debut single “Tears Run Dry,” taken from their forthcoming EP due out this October.
Save Us From The Archon – “Trancing Nostalgia”
Save Us From The Archon’s new single, “Trancing Nostalgia,” is taken from their upcoming album, Melancholia.
Liam Gallagher – “Chinatown”
Liam Gallagher released the track “Chinatown” from his forthcoming, debut solo release, As You Were, set to make its debut Oct. 6.
VVomen – “Cadence and Carousel”
Sacramento-based clanging, expressive quartet VVomen released their debut music video for “Cadence and Carousel,” taken from their upcoming EP Moving On, set to be released July 21.
Foster The People – “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy”
Foster The People shared their new track “Loyal Like Sid & Nancy,” taken from their forthcoming third album, Sacred Hearts Club, which will be released July 21.