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Earlier this week, Santana revealed more details regarding his new album, Africa Speaks, which was produced by Rick Rubin and has a scheduled release date of June 7. And on Friday, another new song was premiered from the record, for which Carlos and his band pulled from a variety of eclectic, worldly influences. Here’s a video for “Breaking Down the Door,” a Latin-infused composition featuring vocals from Buika: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5OspxMTwis Said Santana in a statement about Africa Speaks: “This is music that I hold so dearly, and it’s not a stranger to me,” he says. “The rhythms, grooves and melodies from…

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It seems like a new Best Of album compiling the biggest, most noteworthy songs from legendary bands comes out every week or so, and this week’s is the Rolling Stones. Honk, a new set of the Stones’ best-loved songs spanning every studio album, from 1971 all the way through 2016’s Blue & Lonesome, is out today. All the classics are there, with a smattering of deep cuts for good measure. https://twitter.com/RollingStones/status/1119041867931377664 From the news release: Honk showcases The Rolling Stones’ remarkable run of hits. Taken from the band’s imperial phase, Honk features “Happy” (Exile On Main Street, 1972), “Doo Doo…

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Interviewing someone who has spent time inside The Rolling Stones can be a daunting task for a journalist. With the exception of the “core four”, band members are careful about what they can and can’t say, and sometimes the interviewer may actually know what’s on the radar for the band more than the interviewee.  Bernard Fowler has been a member of the Stones’ extended band for over 25 years, singing backup vocals on both live and recorded albums since 1989,  a term that exceeds the age of most bands. His work with the Stones actually goes back to his days…

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Cage the Elephant vocalist Matt Shultz recently went through the dissolution of a relationship — something to which many of us can relate. Personal turmoil like that can lead to some brooding, self-reflection and reactionary response, and that’s precisely what Shultz and his band do throughout Social Cues, their fifth studio album released on Friday. The band’s achieved great things thus far in its career, which began in 2006, multiple Grammy notations and one win (for Best Rock Album with 2015’s Tell Me I’m Pretty), and Social Cues finds the group at its very best. There’s a vulnerability to Shultz’s…

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Surprises, the new solo project from musician Brook Paschal, was started on the idea of being honest and incorporating his personal experiences. As the May 31 release date for Surprises’ debut LP, Natural Disaster, approaches, the project has released their newest single, “Tell the World” — a raw and emotional track inspired by the passing of Soundgarden and Audioslave vocalist Chris Cornell. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuqrxqaCSpM In a news release for the track, Paschal says, “I think the irony of ‘Tell The World’ was that it marked the beginning of making this record, but it was written as a suicide note. Chris Cornell…

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Last month, Santana’s new album Africa Speaks was previewed with an eclectic track titled “Los Invisibles,” a collaboration between Carlos, his band and Spanish vocalist Buika. The song is our first listen to material from Santana’s new record, which was produced by Rick Rubin and has a scheduled release date of June 7. On Thursday, Santana revealed more about the record, which you can pre-order now at this link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tosh8K1mN8 Via the official Santana website: Africa Speaks is the new energy-infused, full-length album from Santana. It features the soulful vocals of Afro-Latin singer Buika and was produced by legendary producer Rick Rubin. Santana…

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Picking up from their 2016 debut EP For What It’s Worthless, Indianapolis indie rock trio Small Words shows us that sometimes life hits you hard — and it’s okay to struggle. That’s the general theme of their latest concept album, Good Day, Bad Me, which was released in March. The album, produced and mixed by The Early November’s Ace Enders and Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese, follows four different people getting through the worst year of their lives. Good Day, Bad Me explores the struggles of life with tracks tackling addiction, grief and depression, among other themes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSg1uOtAtcI A well thought-out and…

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We’re not quite sure how they had time to record another album, but they did — and on Wednesday, the Hollywood Vampires returned with a snarling new song called “Who’s Laughing Now.” Stream the song below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlwWP3uawHk Rise, a new studio album from the supergroup made made up of Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, Joe Perry and a host of special guests, will be released on June 21. Rise features more original compositions from the band from their previous record: Unlike their 2015 debut record, the new album “Rise” consists mainly of original material, written by the band. There are however,…

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Madonna dropped a new song on Wednesday, the first official preview of her upcoming fourteenth studio album, Madame X, which will be released on June 14. Titled “Medellin,” the track features Colombian singer Maluma and has a dancehall feel, blending English and Spanish lyrics throughout. It’s an interesting sound, for sure, even if it isn’t a reference to Vinnie Chase’s ill-fated Pablo Escobar biopic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8PtBzdiZ3g As Madonna’s press release about the album detailed, Madame X will be a worldly affair from the iconic pop star: Influenced creatively by living in Lisbon, Portugal over the past several years, Madame X is a collection…

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Bristol pop-punk band Weatherstate is ready to make some noise, as the young band will release its debut full-length album, Born a Cynic, on May 10. The band members hold their musical heroes in high esteem, and that has rarely been more apparent for any act than with the group’s new video for “Medicate.” Anyone who’s ever seen Green Day’s classic ’90s clip for the 1994 single “Basket Case” will appreciate Weatherstate’s video, which more or less recreates Green Day’s video with an exceptionally impressive attention to detail. The song is very catchy and engaging, too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tnc6SyQj1M And here’s Green…

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