D’Eon

The 10 Best New Songs We Heard This Week: M.I.A., The Flaming Lips

It’s Friday, which means that it’s nearly the weekend, and also that it’s time to look back at the best new music we’ve heard over the last few days. This week there’s a fresh M.I.A. track (in which she discusses reincarnation and the transmigration of the soul, no less), along with The Flaming Lips reminding us why we used to love them, beautiful new tracks from Four Tet and Woods bassist Kevin Morby, Angel Haze covering Miley Cyrus (really), and a whole lot more. None of this action will cost you a cent, so click through and get listening! … Read More

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The 10 Best New Songs We Heard This Week: Le1f, Nine Inch Nails

It’s Friday, which means that it’s time to look back at the best new music we’ve heard over the last few days. This week, there’s an awesome new track from Le1f, along with more heartening proof that the new Nine Inch Nails album is probably gonna be pretty good, Janelle Monáe getting all power ballad-y, new work from Bushwalking and Glasser, a reminder that Death Grips do actually make music, too, Kim Gordon’s excellent new band, and an entire album from D’Eon for free download. All this is streaming for absolutely nothing after the jump, so click through and get listening!

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10 MP3s You Need to Download for Free This Week: Angel Haze, El Perro Del Mar

It’s Friday, which means another installment of our regular roundup of downloadable MP3 goodness from around the web. (It also means we’re about to melt into a puddle of CMJ angst, but that’s another story.) Anyway, on the MP3 front, this week brings a new track and much awesomeness from Angel Haze, a dream remixer/remixee combination in Saint Etienne and El Perro Del Mar, free stuff from prolific producers Dâm-Funk and Zomby, Ty Segall “doing” the Velvet Underground, and the third edition of D’Eon’s excellent Music for Keyboards series. And more! Since all this action costs precisely nothing, what are you waiting for? All the download links await after the jump. … Read More

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10 of the Year’s Most Unfairly Overlooked Albums

It’s the middle of the year, which means it’s time for the music industry’s first round of 2012 listomania — and lo, the first “best of 2012 so far” roundups have already begun to crop up across the Internet. It’s been pleasing to see that some of our favorite albums have had plenty of love on such lists — we’re sure you don’t need us to tell you any more about the likes of Lower Dens, Chromatics, Liars, Death Grips, Leonard Cohen or, of course, Grimes, who may well actually rule the entire world by the end of this year. But there are others that we haven’t been seeing mentioned a whole lot, and thus we figured we’d repeat the feature we did at about this time last year, focusing on albums that everyone seems to have overlooked so far in 2012. We suggest you catch up ASAP, as December’s coming sooner than you think. … Read More

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10 MP3s You Need to Download for Free This Week: Iggy Pop, Dan Deacon

It’s Friday, and we’re back with another installment of our regular roundup of downloadable MP3 goodness from around the web. This week there’s, um, Iggy covering the Black Keys, along with a slew of other interesting new tracks — everything from the return of Dan Deacon and Los Campesinos! to a new signing for one of our favorite labels and a soundtrack for entering a spaceship and leaving Earth for good. In other words, there’s plenty of interesting sounds awaiting you after the jump, and since they won’t cost a penny or land you an RIAA lawsuit, as your attorneys we advise you to start downloading immediately. … Read More

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10 MP3s You Need to Download for Free This Week: Purity Ring, John Cale

It’s Friday, and we’re back with another installment of our regular roundup of downloadable MP3 goodness from around the web. This week there’s a track from proud 4AD signees Purity Ring, along with new work from Sun Kil Moon, LA Vampires, and the duo formerly known as Hype Williams. There’s also an entire album from D’Eon, a fascinating John Cale remix, yet another cover of “Some Velvet Morning,” and plenty more. In other words, there’s plenty of interesting sounds awaiting you after the jump, and since they won’t cost a penny or land you an RIAA lawsuit, as your attorneys we advise you to start downloading immediately. … Read More

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10 Free MP3s You Need to Download This Week

It’s Friday, and we’re back with another installment of our regular roundup of downloadable MP3 goodness, both from around the web and from our own servers. This week there’s an entire album of beautiful ambient synth work from D’Eon, plus new tracks from Beach House and Clams Casino, the return of Bobby Womack, a couple of whacked-out remixes and a song from a singer who’ll go into your iTunes under “Finnish/Ethiopian”. In other words, there’s plenty of interesting sounds awaiting you after the jump, and since they won’t cost a penny or land you an RIAA lawsuit, as your attorneys we advise you to start downloading immediately. … Read More

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