So much new music on this Tuesday


AND WE’RE BACK with yet another New Music Tuesday. Today’s post is a veritable cornucopia of new LPs including Sick Feeling, Sleater-Kinney, Enter Shikari, The Decemberists, and Fall Out Boy (if you’re feeling brave), plus new tracks from our friends in Title Fight (disclaimer: we unfortunately don’t actually know Title Fight) and Drug Church. See below for a fuck-ton of embedded streams.


PA punks Title Fight made the interesting and unexpected choice to premier their new song “Your Pain is Mine Now,” a seemingly Smiths-inspired track from their upcoming LP, via Vogue. Head over there now to stream it. We already know Hyperview is going to be sick as hell, but this new track has me more jazzed than ever about it. Looking forward to hearing their sound evolve. Hyperview  is out February 3 on ANTI- Records.


Next up is a new track from Drug Church from their upcoming EP Swell, due out February 10 on No Sleep Records. Stream their latest track “Work Shy” via Noisey.

Today is the first packed release date of 2015, and below are featured some of its highlights via Spotify.

I know I already featured these guys last week, but Suburban Myth is something that you need to be hearing. Do yourself a favor and stream Sick Feeling’s debut LP. This is a new brand of hardcore, infused with bits of Morrissey and Joy Division to make something delightfully hateful.

I’d be remiss not to feature Sleater-Kinney’s first new record in eleven years. Just listen to it.

Also out today is What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World from The Decemberists (worth your time), The Mindsweep from Enter Shikari (partially worth your time), and American Beauty/American Psycho from Fall Out Boy (sigh).

Got lazy at the end there, but deal with it because I’m still doing all the work for you. Enjoy all these fresh new jams til next week.

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