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The Flaming Lips, Weyes Blood, Jason Lytle, Thurston Moore, the Weather Station, Richard Thompson, and Courtney Marie Andrews are among the artists contributing to Dylan Revisited, an upcoming covers album from Uncut to celebrate Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday in May. Today, the Minnesota legends Low have shared their contribution to the LP, a cover of Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door.” Listen and check out the full tracklist below.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Norwegian bedroom-pop singer/songwriter/producer Marie Ulven, better known as girl in red, is releasing her debut album i could make it go quiet at the end of the month. And today, she’s sharing the new song “You Stupid Bitch.” As she explains in a statement:

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Joeli Middlebrooks

Back in February, Austin singer-songwriter Tyler Dozier announced I Am The Prophet, her debut album as Lady Dan. So far we’ve heard several songs from it, including the title track, “No Home,” and “Misandrist To Most.” The album arrives next week, and before then Dozier is back with one more preview.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Rina Sawayama found a fan in Elton John with the release of her debut album SAWAYAMA last year and now, after becoming friends while in lockdown, they’ve teamed up for a collaboration. Sawayama and John redid the SAWAYAMA track “Chosen Family,” with John adding in his own vocals and duetting with the British singer, really hammering the message of the song home. Both Sawayama and John — who were profiled in T magazine this weekend — had some nice words to say about each other.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Christopher Owens

Back in February, Field Music announced a new album called Flat White Moon. So far we’ve heard several tracks from it, including “Orion From The Street,” “No Pressure,” and “Not When You’re In Love.” The album arrives next week, but before then Field Music are back with one more single.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Like many Los Angeles natives, Charlotte Lindèn Ercoli Coe is in the movie industry. But ever since high school, her work as a videographer has been intertwined with music; supposedly she started learning to play instruments so she could exercise full creative control over her film projects. Ercoli’s relatively sparse IMDB page includes acting in a Neon Indian video and directing one for Weyes Blood, and along the way she started releasing music under the name Charles. Though the bulk of the recordings on her Bandcamp page date back to the middle of last decade, including debut album That’s How Baby Learns. But now it seems her music career is in full swing.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

CHAI are in the middle of a rollout for their latest album, WINK, which is out next month, but today they’re taking a break from all that to share a non-album track called “Let’s Love,” which serves as the theme song for the anime show Dinosaur Biyori, which is airing in Japan now. “Let’s Love” is bright and playful and when the chorus hits, you can hear how it would be perfect as a theme song. It comes with a colorful video directed by Mirai Mizue. Check it out below.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Will Van Hoorn

Last year, the London band Chubby And The Gang released Speed Kills, an excellent debut album that combined hardcore, street-punk, pub-rock and power-pop into one giddy, ferocious, fun-as-fuck whole. Initially released on the DIY indie Static Shock, the album took off outside punk circles, and the band signed to Partisan, which reissued Speed Kills with additional banger “Union Dues.” Today, the band has announced a new 7″ single that’ll be out next month, and they’ve shared its A-side, the euphoric ripper “Lightning Don’t Strike Twice.”

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Lately, Jenny Lewis has been teaming up with Chicago indie rapper (and occasional Sufjan Stevens bandmate) Serengeti on a series of collaborative singles recorded during quarantine. They’ve already given us “Unblu,” “Vroom Vroom,” and “Idiot.” And today, the duo is coming through with a fourth track, “GLTR.”

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Alexander Le Jo

A couple months ago, Dawn Richard announced her new album Second Line, her first for her new home at Merge Records. So far she’s shared a couple songs from it, “Bussifame” and “Jacuzzi.” Today, she’s back with another one.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)