I Hate Music is a pretty strange title for an album that’s full of, you know, music. But it’s Superchunk we’re talking about here, so it kind of makes sense. The record is out next week, but you can stream the entire thing right now thanks to NPR Music.
Pitchfork Advance is streaming Coliseum‘s new album, Sister Faith, with us a week early. The thing is, you can only listen until April 29 at midnight. So get to it!
The B-sides and rarities collection from Rilo Kiley, aptly titled RKives, is available for streaming a week early via Pitchfork Advance. The thing is, you can only listen until April 8 at midnight.
The new Black Rebel Motorcycle Club record is out now, and you can stream the album in its entirety. If you’re a fan of the BRMC’s early work, you’ll definitely enjoy Specter at the Feast.
The Strokes have shared their new album, Comedown Machine, with us a week early via Pitchfork Advance. The thing is, you can only listen until March 25 at midnight. So get to it!
UPDATE: The album is no longer available to stream online.
Fade, the latest album from Yo La Tengo, comes out this week. In anticipation of the record’s street date — and the band’s show at the Brown Theater later this month — below is a stream of the entire album via Pitchfork’s new platform called Advance. It’s supposed to function as an immersive experience reminiscent of getting your hands on an album and sifting through the liner notes while you skip through all the tracks.
The thing is, you can only listen until Monday at midnight. So get to it!
It’s hard to believe that Free Energy‘s new album, Love Sign, is finally coming out next week — especially since the first single, Electric Fever, hit the web almost a year ago at this point. So with just a few days to go, the Philly-by-way-of-Minneapolis indie rockers premiered the entire record on Rolling Stone’s website yesterday. Here’s one of the tracks, Girls Want Rock, for your perusal: