Juice WRLD drops new album Death Race for Love: Stream

3 months, 29 days ago

Juice WLRD has released his sophomore album, Death Race for Love. Stream it in full down below via Apple Music or Spotify.

Spanning a whopping 22 songs, Death Race for Love follows debut record Goodbye & Good Riddance, which hit shelves less than a year ago in May. The new LP also comes after WRLD on Drugs, the emo rapper’s collaborative full-length with Future that dropped in October.

For an album of such length, the effort surprisingly features just two credited guests. Atlanta’s own Young Thug shows up on “On Gold”, while Goldlink collaborator Brent Faiyaz drops in on a track called “Demonz”.

Juice WLRD spoke to Billboard recently about the album’s musical versatility. Death Race for Love is “a little bit of everything,” the Chicago-born MC noted. “It’s not just rap, it’s not just rock, it’s not just jazz… it’s like a little bit of everything.” Perhaps there might even be some emo, too.

(Read: The 10 Most Anticipated Hip-Hop Albums of 2019)


The 20-year-old artist also mentioned how the album touches on his issues with anxiety. “That’s something that I feel like a lot of people neglect, which is completely and utterly wrong,” Juice WRLD remarked.

“You tell your mom, or your dad, or your auntie, or whoever that you feel like you’ve got anxiety, you’ve got depression, you’ve got ADD, whatever, they’re gonna look at you like you’re crazy,” he added. “That’s not how it should be, but that’s how it is, and that needs to change, and hopefully I’m one of those people that could bring that change, or at least start a chain reaction for somebody else to come and do it after me.”

Juice WLRD is slated to perform at Coachella next month, followed by other festivals like Bonnaroo, Miami’s Rolling Loud, Longitude in Dublin, and more. Grab tickets here.

To stock up on Juice WRLD’s vinyl releases, you’ll want to head here.

Death Race for Love Artwork:

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Death Race for Love Tracklist:
01. Empty
02. Maze
03. HeMotions
04. Demonz (Interlude) (feat. Brent Faiyaz)
05. Fast
06. Hear Me Calling
07. Big
08. Robbery
09. Flaws and Sins
10. Feeling
11. Syphilis
12. Who Shot Cupid?
13. Ring Ring f. Clever
14. Desire
15. Out My Way
16. The Bees Knees
17. On God (feat. Young Thug)
18. 10 Feet
19. Won’t Let Go
20. She’s The One
21. Rider
22. Make Believe

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Duff McKagan shares first single, “Tenderness”, off upcoming solo album: Stream

4 months, 14 days ago

Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan has offered up a taste of his upcoming solo album with the first single, “Tenderness”.

The track, like the rest of the album, is produced by Shooter Jennings, whose band backs up McKagan on the song. “Tenderness” has a bit of a Lou Reed vibe, with some GN’R balladry sprinkled in throughout.

Regarding the song (listen below), McKagan said, “The real point of ‘Tenderness’ is not for me to be some damn politician or some other voice to add to what is already way too much noise. This is a song of unity and peace…and I want this record to be a meditation and to bring maybe some healing, if that is not too high-handed or lofty of a goal.”

He added, “I can use what marginal voice I have as an artist, to hopefully help arrest what seems like a fall. As a father, I must say and do something now…because I love my girls and my wife, and I love my country, and I feel I must be strong and use my voice now, do it while I am able, or perhaps never get a chance ever again.”

Along with the new song, McKagan has announced a couple of concerts — one May 30th at TLA in Philadelphia and another May 31st at City Winery in Washington, D.C. As of now, no title or release date has been revealed for McKagan’s solo album, although it is expected sometime in 2019.

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Scott Reeder shares the Origins of his cover of Pink Floyd’s “Is There Anybody Out There”: Stream

8 months, 21 days ago

Origins is a new music feature that asks an artist to look deep into the influences behind their latest single.

Next year will mark the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s seminal record The Wall. Yet even four decades after the concept album tackled alienation, division, and the failure of authority figures, the themes remain all too relevant. That’s why Magnetic Eye Records has spent the last year and a half putting together an impressive roster of an artists to contribute to a complete reimagining of the record they’re calling The Wall [Redux].

Due out November 9th, the tribute features contributions from the likes of The Melvins, Pallbearer, Greenleaf, Mark Lanegan, and others. Former Kyuss and The Obsessed member Scott Reeder also contributed, taking a dark and lonely turn on “Is There Anybody Out There”. The track finds The Wall’s protagonist, Pink, trapped behind a wall of his own design, questioning his decision to lock himself away and wondering what exists on the other side of those bricks. Reeder highlights this isolation in the rattling guitar and hollow sounds of the opening, giving way to pensive strings and a melancholy guitar, giving us all space to think about the damage that comes from separating ourselves by giant walls — psychological or physical.

Take a listen below.

Pre-orders are going on now. Find the complete tracklist with all the contributors beneath Reeder’s detailing of the Origins behind his take on “Is There Anybody Out There”.

The Wall:

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The first band I loved when I was first gaining consciousness was the Beatles, around 1967/68. The thing that stuck out for me was the vocal harmonies — they seemed to be delivered from a magical, divine force that they had somehow tapped into. It wasn’t until Pink Floyd released The Wall that I got that same thrilling feeling that these musicians were truly tapped into a whole other level. I first bought it on 8-track cartridge, and I’d spend hours in the headphones, dissecting every note, every sound, or just letting go and getting lost in it’s sonic glory. When I left for school, I’d often leave the tape looping through the headphones, and I’d sit in class daydreaming of being in my room listening inside those Koss headphones. To this day, it’s my favorite album of all time.

Paying Tribute, Or Desecration?:

“Is There Anybody Out There?” is such a weird, but simple piece. It repeats that painful question a few times, and the iconic arpeggiating guitar line takes it home. I thought about doing a gratuitous bass line weaving through the guitar bit, maybe on fretless… but it seemed trite, and took away from the feeling of isolation. It felt better not to mess with the formula too much. I did a few ambient tracks with my Warwick 8-string bass going through a Whammy pedal, rising and falling to add to the tension building. The vocals go by so fast in the original – I added a few tracks instead of just going for the synth. I was stoked to bust out my trombone, too, for the first time since the 1984 Olympics (I played in the opening and closing ceremonies)!

Isolation:

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Harry watching over Scott Reeder’s ranch

The emotions in “Is There Anybody Out There?” and throughout Pink Floyd The Wall are so, so heavy. Maybe it spoke to me at age 15 because of losing my father so young? My family relocated to the desert shortly before, and I was pretty alienated for awhile, not knowing a soul in my new surroundings. I tried LSD at 16, way before beer or weed, which felt like it brought me more inside the music, but didn’t do much for easing the alienation, haha! My dream had always been to make music, and I was lucky to fall into the punk scene and start playing music with a few from a very small group of somewhat-like-minded individuals. It felt like we were a tiny group of misfits back then in the early ’80s — it’s crazy how things spread from playing to five people at a house party, to playing to a field of 100,000. Really weird. I completely love my wife and the critters at our ranch, and I love my friends to death; but I still prefer quality time with just a couple of people, over having big parties, ANY day. The isolation of our ranch allows both, though — I can go from quiet reclusive weirdo to crazy party host… but I really enjoy the quiet right now, mostly.

Mass Shootings Crept Into The Ambience:

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Rocky enjoying a gunshot-free moment

A big part of the vibe in the original piece is simply the ambience, holed up in a motel room on a desolate highway zoning on the TV, with a neighboring crying kid at the end. I instead wanted to portray the isolation that one can feel out here on our ranch, so I recorded some sounds around here. Some major mass shootings had just happened, including the horrific Las Vegas one — gun regulation was a huge, divisive issue boiling over at this moment, and I wanted to touch upon it in some way, as well. One night I was on the porch with my dog Rocky, and there were gunshots in the distance going off, so I grabbed my phone and started recording… Rocky was huddled next to me whimpering, while our Great Pyrenees Harry was out by the horses barking at the guns. Perfect. The swarm of flies in the transition is actually bees taking over a kiddie pool for the dogs. My Chihuahua Scooter was the homage to the screaming kid at the end… I feel just a little bad yelling the “Shut up!” overdub to cut her off on the recording, as she passed less than two months after this recording… I’m very stoked she’s on it, though! She made a great background vocalist, along with Rocky and Harry!

The Wall [Redux] Tracklist:
Side A
1. In the Flesh? – The Melvins
2. The Thin Ice – Low Flying Hawks
3. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 1 – Ghastly Sound
4. The Happiest Days of Our Lives – Sergeant Thunderhoof
5. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 2 – Sasquatch
6. Mother – ASG

Side B
1. Goodbye Blue Sky – Mos Generator
2. Empty Spaces – Domkraft
3. Young Lust – The Slim Kings
4. One of My Turns – Worshipper
5. Don’t Leave Me Now – Spaceslug
6. When the Tigers Broke Free – Year of the Cobra
7. Another Brick in the Wall, Pt. 3 / Goodbye Cruel World – Greenleaf

Side C
1. Hey You – Summoner
2. Is There Anybody Out There? – Scott Reeder
3. Nobody Home – Mark Lanegan
4. Vera – Ruby the Hatchet
5. Bring the Boys Back Home – Sunflo’er
6. Comfortably Numb – Mars Red Sky

Side D
1. The Show Must Go On – Open Hand
2. In the Flesh – Solace
3. Run Like Hell – Pallbearer
4. Waiting for the Worms – WhiteNails
5. Stop – Blue Heron
6. The Trial – Church of The Cosmic Skull
7. Outside the Wall – Yawning Man

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Deafheaven premiere new album Ordinary Corrupt Human Love: Stream

11 months, 24 days ago

Deafhaven have unleashed their new album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love. Take a listen in full via Apple Music and Spotify below.

The seven-track effort marks the metal titans’ fourth to date and follow-up to 2015’s acclaimed New Bermuda. As with its predecessor, the LP was produced with Jack Shirley (Jeff Rosenstock, Joyce Manor) and sees Deafheaven weaving in “layered psychedelic vocals, jazz-inspired percussion, and intricate piano melodies.”

As for the album title, a press release notes that it comes from writer Graham Greene’s seminal 1951 novel, The End of the Affair, which references “a moment when someone is looking for love, in all of its imperfection and simple beauty.” It goes on to add:

“This sentiment is carried throughout the hazy, yearning romanticism of the record with song titles and words as sumptuous as the sounds around them. It’s a feeling of a loved one growing distant, medicating yourself with empty sex with strangers, and tears in a place faraway from home.”

Early singles for Ordinary Corrupt Human Love include mighty lead single “Honeycomb” and the 12-minute scorcher “Canary Yellow”.


This week, Deafheaven launch their North American tour.

Listen to our review of the album below.

Ordinary Corrupt Human Love Artwork:

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Ordinary Corrupt Human Love Tracklist:
01. You Without End
02. Honeycomb
03. Canary Yellow
04. Near
05. Glint
06. Night People
07. Worthless Animal

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