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Hottest New Albums to Stream Now: Heavy Rotation Magazine Editors' Picks

1# Big K.R.I.T., 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time The fast-talking Southern MC explores his two sides – his public "Big K.R.I.T." side and his inner "Justin Scott" side – on this ambitious, lushly produced, guest-stuffed double album. Hear: Amazon Music Unlimited | Apple Music | SoundCloud Go | Spotify | Tidal

          2# DJ Muggs vs. Meyhem Lauren, Gems From The Equinox Cypress Hill producer DJ Muggs teams up with Queens-born student of the old school Meyhem Lauren for this dusty, dank collabo. Hear: Amazon Music Unlimited | Apple Music | SoundCloud Go | Spotify | Tidal

   

          3# Weezer. Pacific Daydream Weezer’s steady exploration of sounds and ideas has been anchored to their enduring commitment to indelible pop tunes. That approach stands firm on a set of virally catchy songs that begins with the crunchy, metallic riffs of “mexican Fender, and ends on the hearty strumming and upbeat harmonies of “any friend of Diane’s.

   

     

Seattle rapper unveils latest single from forthcoming solo LP, ‘Gemini’

Macklemore and Kesha reminisce on their powerful new hip-hop ballad, "Good Old Days." The track will appear on Macklemore's upcoming solo album, Gemini. "Good Old Days" features stripped-down drums, piano and vocal loops. Macklemore vividly recounts everything from his early tours and dreams of stardom, to his homecoming dance regrets and struggles with substance abuse. Kesha delivers the song's potent hook over an isolated piano and buoys Macklemore throughout the third verse, adding an extra chill to lines like, "And I ain't worried about the wrinkles around my smile/ I've got some scars, I've been around/ I've thrown some pain, I've seen some things, but I'm here now." Hear Macklemore, Kesha Reminisce on Evocative New Song 'Good Old Days'

SECOND ANNUAL SOUND ON SOUND FEST

2017 PERFORMERS TO INCLUDE YEAH YEAH YEAHS, GRIZZLY BEAR, IGGY POP, THE SHINS, 
BLOOD ORANGE, ELECTRIC WIZARD, PUSHA T, WASHED OUT, KEHLANI, VINCE STAPLES, 
SLEEP, HOT CHIP (DJ SET), CHARLES BRADLEY, MINISTRY, YELLE, REAL ESTATE & MORE
Sound On Sound Fest will welcome one of today’s most beloved and sought-after indie acts, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, to close out the first day of the fest on Friday after a notable hiatus from live performances and recordings since 2013; alongside fellow Friday headliners Dinosaur Jr, who are performing “You’re Living All Over Me” in its entirety in celebration of the album’s 30th anniversary; and electronic synth pop band, Austra, both of whom will be helping to close out Day 1 at separate stages. Earlier in the day festival attendees will see performances from notable music acts like Pusha T, who is currently prepping the release of his newest album, King Push, for release later this year; along with additional day one artists like emo rock outfit, Taking Back Sunday; funk/soul/R&B singer Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, who will return to the festival after being forced to back out last year due to complications with stomach cancer; intergenerational death metal behemoth Cannib
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