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Lady Gaga Reveals Tracklist for New Album <i>Joanne</i>

il y a 22 heures 50 min

Lady Gaga has shared the tracklist for her new album Joanne, out October 21 via Streamline/Interscope. It includes the single “Perfect Illusion,” co-produced by Gaga, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Mark Ronson, and producer Bloodpop. The album will be available as an 11-track standard version and a 14-track deluxe edition. The album will include a Florence Welch feature called “Hey Girl.” Find the tracklist below. In an interview with Zane Lowe, Gaga revealed that the album is named after her late aunt, who passed away at age 19.

Read our take on “Perfect Illusion” on the Pitch.

Joanne:

01  Diamond Heart
02 A-Yo 
03 Joanne 
04 John Wayne 
05 Dancin' In Circles 
06 Perfect Illusions 
07 Million Reasons 
08 Sinner's Prayer 
09 Come to Mama 
10 Hey Girl [ft. Florence Welch]
11 Angel Down 

Joanne deluxe edition:
12 Grigio Girls
13 Just Another Day 
14 Angel Down (Work Tape) 

LADY GAGA / #JOANNE / OCT 21
DELUXE & STANDARD TRACKLISTS + CD LABEL pic.twitter.com/E4qwmZZCx1

— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) September 23, 2016

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Listen to Swet Shop Boys’ (Heems, Riz Ahmed) New Song “Shottin”

23 Septembre, 2016 - 21:51

Swet Shop Boys are the trio of Heems (ex-Das Racist), Riz MC (aka Riz Ahmed, star of HBO’s “The Night Of”), and producer Redinho. On October 14, they will release their debut LP Cashmere (via Customs). They have already shared “T5,” “Tiger Hologram,” and “Zayn Malik,” from the album, and today, they’ve released another new track. It’s called “Shottin.” Hear it below (via i-D).

Watch Riz MC’s “ENGLISTAN” music video, via Pitchfork.tv:

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A Tribe Called Quest Share New Documentary Detailing Queens Mural Creation: Watch

23 Septembre, 2016 - 19:51

Earlier this year, a mural dedicated to A Tribe Called Quest was painted on the wall of a laundromat on the corner of Linden Boulevard and 192nd Street in the St. Albans neighborhood of Queens, New York. The wall was the site of their 1991 video for “Check the Rhime.” The street was later named Malik “Phife Dawg” Taylor Way in honor of the late Phife Dawg. Today, the group have shared a documentary that details the creation of the mural, via Okayplayer. It includes interviews with the mural organizers, a time-lapse depicting the entire painting process, and reflections on the importance of A Tribe Called Quest on the neighborhood. Watch it below.

Earlier this year, L.A. Reid revealed that a new A Tribe Called Quest album recorded before Phife Dawg passed away is in the works. Read “Dave Chappelle and 12 Other Comedians on Phife Dawg, A Tribe Called Quest's Heart (and Funny Bone)” on the Pitch.

Revist “Check the Rime”: 

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T.I., Meek Mill, Migos’ Quavo Protest Police Killings in New “Black Man” Video: Watch

23 Septembre, 2016 - 18:51

T.I. just released a new EP called Us or Else, written in response to “the repeated deaths of unarmed black citizens at the hands of police.” It features Killer Mike and others. Today, T.I. has shared the video for the EP’s “Black Man,” featuring MigosQuavo, RaRa, and Meek Mill. Directed by Visual Authority Media, it begins with Quavo getting pulled over by police. Later, Meek Mill is in church, mourning someone’s death. By the end, a group gathers with protest signs. Watch the black and white video below.

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A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge Announce “Marvel’s Luke Cage” Live Concert

23 Septembre, 2016 - 18:36

A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad and composer/producer Adrian Younge provided the score for Netflix’s upcoming superhero show “Marvel’s Luke Cage,” streaming September 30. Today, the production company ArtDontSleep has announced a concert that will bring the score to life with a 40-piece orchestra, curated by Muhammad and Younge and conducted by Brainfeeder associate Miguel Atwood-Ferguson. “Marvel’s Luke Cage”: The Live Score takes place on October 6 at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel, Los Angeles. Comedian Russell Peters and Wayne Brady will host the concert, and No I.D. will open with a DJ set. Tickets go on sale September 24 at 10 a.m. Pacific. See a flyer for the concert below.

Marvel’s Luke Cage Original Soundtrack Album is out October 7. Charles Bradley, Faith Evans, Jidenna, and Raphael Saadiq have been announced as musical guests on the show.

Read “TV’s Best Music Supervision in 10 Shows” on the Pitch.

 

Watch a video that explores the music of  “Marvel’s Luke Cage”:

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Watch Action Bronson, Eric André, Earl Sweatshirt, More Discuss the Founding Fathers on “Action Bronson Watches Ancient Aliens”

23 Septembre, 2016 - 18:27

Earl Sweatshirt and Eric André were among the guests on the latest episode of Action Bronson’s Viceland show, “Action Bronson Watches Ancient Aliens.” Too $hort, Knxwledge, the Alchemist, Meyhem Lauren, Big Body Bes, and Dirt Nasty also showed up to watch TV with Bronson. It was the July 4 special of the program, so they come up with some theories about the founding fathers. At one point, Too $hort raps “Blow the Whistle,” his song that Drake interpolates on DJ Khaled’s “For Free.” Watch the full episode below.

Earl is a repeat guest of the show; he previously appeared on the program with Schoolboy Q. Tyler, the Creator has also made an appearance. Bronson’s most recent song, “Descendant of the Stars,” serves as the theme song for his TV show.

Watch Action Bronson on Pitchfork.tv’s “Over/Under”:

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly attributed Too $hort’s lyrics to Drake.

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Puff Daddy Gives $1 Million to Howard University

23 Septembre, 2016 - 17:50

In 2014, Howard University in Washington, D.C. gave alumnus Puff Daddy an honorary doctorate. Now, he’s given something back: $1 million, WUSA 9 reports. The donation establishes the school’s new Sean Combs Scholarship Fund, which will provide scholarships to undergraduate business students in financial need. Recipients will also get a mentor from Combs Enterprises and an internship with Bad Boy Entertainment or Revolt Media & TV, according to WUSA 9. Combs presented the check (pictured above) on stage last night, during the Bad Boy Reunion tour stop at Washington’s Verizon Center.

Puff, who didn’t graduate from Howard, said, “The only reason why I was able to chase my dreams was the empowerment that Howard gave me, the support that they gave me, the first two years.”

Read “The Bad Boy Reunion Was Actually Ladies’ Night” on the Pitch.

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Watch Thundercat Have a “Bass-Off” With a Hannibal Buress Robot on “The Eric Andre Show”

23 Septembre, 2016 - 17:07

Thundercat is the musical guest on this week’s episode of “The Eric Andre Show.” In a new clip from the show, the bassist has a “bass-off” with a Hannibal Buress robot. In the middle of the clash, a man without pants comes out and hugs Thundercat. Watch the clip below. “The Eric Andre Show” airs Fridays at midnight on Adult Swim.

On other recent episodes, Ariel Pink performed “Helen” (from 2006’s House Arrest) before he became “Ariel Stinks” and got covered in shit, and Flying Lotus checked his email as if his laptops were turntables. Other artists who have made appearances on the program include T.I., Danny Brown, Tyler, the Creator, Mac DeMarco, Killer Mike, and Action Bronson.

Watch Eric André’s “Over/Under” on Pitchfork.tv:

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My Morning Jacket’s Jim James Details New Album, Shares New Song “Same Old Lie”: Listen

23 Septembre, 2016 - 17:02

Earlier this week, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James announced a new solo album, Eternally Even (out November 4 via ATO/Capitol). Today, he’s detailed the record and shared a new song. Check out the tracklist and cover art, and listen to the album’s “Same Old Lie” below. See James’ upcoming solo tour dates here.

Eternally Even:

01 Hide in Plain Sight
02 Same Old Lie
03 Here in Spirit
04 World’s Smiling Now
05 We Ain’t Getting Any Younger Pt. 1
06 We Ain’t Getting Any Younger Pt. 2
07 True Nature
08 In the Moment
09 Eternally Even

Watch a teaser for Eternally Even:

Watch Jim James perform “State of the Art” for Pitchfork.tv:

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Archy Marshall’s (King Krule) <i>A New Place 2 Drown</i> Released on Vinyl for the First Time

23 Septembre, 2016 - 16:49

Last year, Archy Marshall (aka King Krule) and his brother Jack Marshall released a multidisciplinary project called A New Place 2 Drown, which comprised a book, short film, and a soundtrack that documented their lives in South London. Today, the soundtrack has been released vinyl for the first time via True Panther in the United States and XL in the UK. The vinyl release includes sleeve artwork designed by Jack, as well as an original double-sided poster. It’s available here.

In August, Marshall released a new song called “FEEL SAFE 88 (just say no)” using the moniker “The Return of Pimp Shrimp.” Back in May, he played new music as Edgar the Beatmaker during a Boiler Room set.

Read “A First Look at Archy Marshall’s A New Place 2 Drown” on the Pitch.

Watch the short documentary film accompanying A New Place 2 Drown:

 

Watch King Krule perform “The Noose of Jah City” at Pitchfork Music Festival 2012: 

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11 Albums Out Today You Should Listen to Now: Bruce Springsteen, Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam, Warpaint, Mick Jenkins, More

23 Septembre, 2016 - 16:19

With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes compilations and new albums from Bruce Springsteen, Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam, Warpaint, Mick Jenkins, How to Dress Well, Ty Dolla $ign, Beach Slang, Devendra Banhart, Merchandise, Flock of Dimes, and Neurosis.

Bruce Springsteen: Chapter and Verse [Columbia]

Chapter and Verse is a career-spanning compilation featuring songs selected by Springsteen, some of which were unreleased. It’s a companion piece to his autobiography Born to Run.

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Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam: I Had A Dream That You Were Mine [Glassnote]

I Had a Dream That You Were Mine is the first album from ex-Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij and the Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser. The album features former Dirty Projectors member Angel Deradoorian. Read Pitchfork’s interview with Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam about the album, and check out our Best New Track review of “A 1000 Times.”

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Warpaint: Heads Up [Rough Trade]

Warpaint’s Heads Up is a follow-up to their 2014 self-titled album. Watch the video for the lead single, “New Song.”

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Mick Jenkins: The Healing Component [Free Nation]

Mick Jenkins’ The Healing Component follows last year’s Wave[s] EP. It is released on his own Free Nation label. Collaborators on the album include Kaytranada, Sango, Noname, and theMIND. Read our Best New Track review of “Drowning,” featuring BADBADNOTGOOD.

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How to Dress Well: Care [Weird World/Domino]

Care is Tom Krell’s latest album as How to Dress Well. It’s the follow-up to 2014’s “What Is This Heart?”, and features co-production from Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, CFCF, and Kara-Lis Coverdale. Watch the video for the record’s “Lost Youth / Lost You,” and see Krell perform an a cappella version of “What’s Up.” 

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Ty Dolla $ign: Campaign [Atlantic]

Ty Dolla $ign’s Campaign mixtape follows his 2015 debut studio LP Free TC. It includes the Future-featuring title track and “Zaddy,” which is produced by Jahaan Sweet, Frank Dukes, and Ty. It also features Ty Dolla $ign’s Travis Scott collaboration “3 Wayz,” which is produced by Hit-Boy.

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Beach Slang: A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings [Polyvinyl]

Beach Slang’s A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings follows last year’s The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us. Watch the video for lead single “Punks in a Disco Bar.”

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Devendra Banhart: Ape in Pink Marble [Nonesuch]

Devendra Banhart’s Ape in Pink Marble is the follow-up to 2013’s Mala. The album was created in collaboration with Noah Georgeson and Josiah Steinbrick.

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Merchandise: A Corpse Wired for Sound [4AD]

A Corpse Wired for Sound is Merchandise’s follow-up to 2014’s After the End. The title was inspired by a JG Ballard short story. It was recorded in Tampa, Florida, and Rosà, Italy. Read our reviews of “Flower of Sex,” “End of the Week,” and “Lonesome Sound,” which was named Best New Track. Watch the band play “Lonesome Sound” on a local Florida morning show.

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Flock of Dimes: If You See Me, Say Yes [Partisan]

Flock of Dimes is Wye Oak’s Jenn Wasner. Watch her perform If You See Me, Say Yes’ “Semaphore” and “Everything Is Happening Today” with Thor Harris (of Swans) and his band Thor & Friends.

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Neurosis: Fires Within Fires [Neurot]

Neurosis celebrate their 30th anniversary with their new album Fires Within Fires. Thew new Steve Albini-produced record is their first album since 2012’s Honor Found in Decay. Read “The Circular Otherness of Neurosis” on the Pitch.

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Kristin Hersh Shares New Song “Soma Gone Slapstick”: Listen

23 Septembre, 2016 - 16:00

Last month, Kristin Hersh announced the latest in her series of dual album/book releases, Wyatt at the Coyote Palace. Now, the former Throwing Muses singer has shared a song from the record, via the Quietus. Listen to “Soma Gone Slapstick” below. The double CD and hardcover book is out October 28 in the UK/Australia and November 11 in the U.S. via Omnibus Press.

The Quietus quotes Hersh on the song:

I hate getting drum takes. I mean, I hate when I get them right, because then I have to go back to playing finger-slicing guitar or the big old mean piano, all the notes in a long, bossy row. Even bass - which is pretty fun, to be honest - means being trapped on the leash of a cord connected to an amp. And vocals! Ugh. So disconcerting to hear the sound of your clothes inside your own head. Once the mic picked up a cricket in the studio. Really creepy, like the insect was burrowing into my brain. And singing is so dumb. An instrument you can't tune, that doesn't play right if you have a cold or hurt feelings. Drumming is better: goofy and falling and precise and muscular. Like a body telling a good joke. Well, it is when you do it right.

Which I refused to do. I made this drum part last all night, through a blizzard, so that I wouldn't have to walk home in the dark. Kept making (faking) mistakes so that I could keep all four limbs flying, do pretty math while pretty snow blew sideways past the window behind me. I heard Soma move through seasons: fall on the rebound, a manic spring, a cruel winter, and through places: California, Chicago, New Orleans, a protest march in Koreatown. When I finished, it was dawn, my engineer and I had coffee and I walked home through fat flakes falling down instead of sideways. Goofy + falling + precise + muscular = soma with a healthy dose of slapstick.

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