Tame Impala have unveiled the music video for their mellow track “‘Cause I’m A Man.” The “official live video” was co-directed by Dan Dipaola & Megan McShane and it awesomely boasts puppet versions of the band’s members performing. The psychedelic images projected on the Tame puppets is a fitting choice as it follow the song’s throwback production.

Pre-order Currents: http://TameImpala.lnk.to/Currents

Donnie Trumpet Surf

It’s finally here… The long wait for new project Surf, from Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment (the band which includes Chance The Rapper) is over with the official release just minutes ago. It’s the first free release ever on the digital music store.

Get it for FREE now on iTunes.

Hit the jump to see the track list and to stream Surf. Read More →

ASAP Rocky Sway In The Morning

Earlier this week A$AP Rocky got ahead of us all and released his hotly anticipated At.Long.Last.ASAP ahead of its original release date of June 2nd. Rocky’s been making the rounds promoting the new project and his latest appearance was on Sway In The Morning, during which the A$AP Mob rep actually took part in the customary freestyle portion of the show.

Check that out, along with the full interview, above.


Primavera Sound 2015 in Barcelona, Spain started today and with it comes a live stream of some of the best performances taking place in the Old World nation. If you’re reading this, it’s pretty safe to say that you aren’t in the Catalonian state but you will be able to live stream sets from major acts like The Strokes, Sleater-Kinney,James Blake, Spiritualized, the Thurston Moore Band, Ride, Interpol, Fucked Up, Mac DeMarco, Run the Jewels and many others.

Live stream the event and see the full schedule here: http://live.primaverasound.com/

See some of the notable time slots below. Read More →

Marrow Paulson

POD favorites Marrow have released the title track off their forthcoming album The Gold Standard. The new track is a somber slow-churner, that builds excellently with bigger guitar parts and hard-thumping drums. This instantly made me think of Led Zeppelin’s “Since I’ve Been Loving,” except “The Gold Standard” is a bit less of a Blues epic.

According to guitarist Liam Kazar, the song is loosely inspired by Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus” saying:

“I remember seeing that painting in high school and thinking it seemed so honest and pure… I fell in the love with it. ‘The Gold Standard’ was our small attempt at creating something as true as that painting. It was one of the first songs we recorded for the record and is also one of the only songs that had all four of us in the same room, playing at once, with no click and no splicing together of takes.”

Hear the track below. Read More →

ASAP Rocky

A$AP Rocky stopped by to pay the Ebro In The Morning crew at Hot 97 a visit to talk about his new album, the passing of A$AP Yams, Rita Ora and much more. This is a must watch if you’re a Rocky fan or just curious about what the emcee has been up to these last few years.

Be sure to pick up AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP HERE via iTunes.


Next month will see the release of The Rolling Stones’ deluxe reissue of their classic 1971 album Sticky Fingers. Today the iconic and longest running Rock band has released a cut from that album in an alternate version of “Dead Flowers.” This track follows other classic tunes released from the forthcoming reissue like “Bitch,” “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking,” and “Wild Horses.”

This version loses a bit of that southern twang of the one that was ultimately pressed on the record, but the essence is left intact. Hear it below. Read More →