Stereogun music

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  1. Paul de Jong, best known as one half of genius sonic collage artists the Books, has a new solo album coming soon. It's called You Fucken Sucker, and according to his label it "charts a grueling and complicated time span in de Jong's life."
  2. Brooklyn's shape-shifting rock outfit the Men are gearing up to release their new album Drift next week. So far, the songs we've heard have suggested a diverse collection that offers a little bit from each corner of the Men's identity. Its foreboding opener "Maybe I'm Crazy" is all eerie post-punk, and the band followed that…
  3. Austin-based Caroline Says, real name Caroline Sallee, peppers a little bossa nova into her typical folk stylings today with her latest single, but the melancholic moan that impressed us last month on "Sweet Home Alabama" persists. On "I Tried," Sallee's gentle strumming layers over a catchy drum and bass loop, punctuating her lyrical lamentations. …
  4. Philly-based trio Hurry released their last full-length album, Guided Meditation, back in 2016. Today they share the follow-up, Every Little Thought, along with a video of the three listening along. The record sits somewhere between indie-pop and emo, joining sunny melodies with lazy, longing vocals. Surf-rock sounds warm Matt Scottoline's sugary introspection on the title…
  5. In a couple weeks, Ed Schrader’s Music Beat are releasing their new Dan Deacon-produced album, Riddles. We've heard "Dunce" and the title track from it already, and today the Baltimore duo are unveiling its next single, "Seagull." It begins with some finger-snapping and a lounge-y bass line, but discreetly builds into a discordant monster of…