Kendrick Lamar’s new song “The Heart Part 4” is up on Spotify and Apple Music.
Passion Pit are offering free copies of their new album, Tremendous Sea, to those that tweet about science today.
Sir Sly’s new song “High” is up on Spotify and Apple Music. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming album and the full press release can be found below.
Green Day are the subject of a new video documentary series on Spotify. The first chapter, titled “Sweet Children,” is now up for your viewing pleasure.
Nathan Fielder will be opening a Summit Ice pop-up shop in Vancouver:
As part of his trip, Mr. Fielder will be opening Summit Ice’s first retail pop-up store at 138 East Broadway, in Vancouver’s historic outdoor apparel district. Greater Vancouver residents are encouraged to come down and trade in any Taiga jacket they have in exchange for a free Summit Ice soft-shell jacket and “Deny Nothing” pin. Donations will also be accepted in exchange for other Summit Ice clothing while supplies last. (Please note: any Taiga jackets collected will be disposed of in a manner deemed appropriate by Mr. Fielder.) The pop-up store will only be open for this one-day event, which will take place on Sunday March 26 from 11am-5pm.
If you haven’t been watching this show, you really should be. The Summit Ice episode is as good a place as any to start.
London Grammar will release their new album, Truth Is a Beautiful Thing, on June 9th. Today they debuted the title track.”
The Chain Gang of 1974 has released their new track “Wallflowers” on Spotify and Apple Music.
Hamza Shaban, writing for Buzzfeed:
The Senate voted Thursday to make it easier for internet service providers to share sensitive information about their customers, a first step in overturning landmark privacy rules that consumer advocates and Democratic lawmakers view as crucial protections in the digital age. The vote was passed along party lines, 50-48, with all but two Republicans voting in favor of the repeal and every Democrat voting against it. Two Republican Senators did not vote.
Passed by the Federal Communications Commission in the final months of the Obama presidency, the privacy rules prohibited internet providers like Comcast and Verizon from selling customer information, including browsing history and location data, without first getting consent. The rules also compelled providers to tell customers about the data they collect, the purpose of that data collection, and to identify the types of third party companies that might be given access to that information.
Who is asking for this? Is there literally anyone that’s like, “fuck yes, sell my data, please!”
A bunch of little teasers have been released for Justice League to lead up to a new trailer reveal this weekend.
The Travoltas’ new song “Great Expectations” can be streamed below.
Terror have released their new video for “Kill ‘Em Off.”
Northlane have released their new album, Mesmer, on Apple Music and Spotify.
Pine have signed with No Sleep Records and will be releasing their new EP, Pillow Talk, on June 9th. In the meantime, we’re premiering a new song off the EP titled “Viable.” The track and the band’s upcoming tour dates are below, and if you like what you hear, pre-orders are now up.
Today sees the release of new albums from Aaron Sprinkle, Creeper, Betty Who, and Craig Finn. If you hit read more you can see all the releases we have in our calendar for the week. Hit the quote bubble to access our forums and talk about what came out today, what albums you picked up, and to make mention of anything we may have missed.
All Time Low have released their new song “Last Young Renegade.”
The Flatliners have debuted their new song “Indoors.”
Bob Dylan did a wide spanning interview with Bill Flanagan for his website:
My voice cracking here and there wouldn’t bother me, bum notes or wrong chords would bother me more. On “September of My Years,” I didn’t fix anything. That would be impossible to pull off anyway because we were all in the same room playing together at the same time and there was a lot of leakage into other mics. You only fix things if you overdub the vocals separately and we didn’t do that here. If you mangle a lyric on records like this, you have to go back and start over. It’s a live recording. My voice cracking here or there just might mean it was recorded too early in the day, but it doesn’t hurt the overall effect, it wouldn’t bother me.
Medium has launched a new membership program. It’s $5 and I feel like Ev Williams and I would get along really well:
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The trailer for Netflix’s reboot of Mystery Science Theater 3000 has been released.