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04/22/2015
Janice Headley
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  • KEXP's Thursday in-studio guest Mac DeMarco has announced a new eight-song EP, Another One, out August 7th via Captured Tracks. We'll let the charming Canadian introduce the release to you himself in this clip below, directed by his girlfriend Kiera McNally. Fingers crossed he'll play some of the new tracks this Thursday, April 23rd at The Neptune, or maybe even during his KEXP Live Streaming Video session at 1:00 PM PT! [Spin]

  • Spoon are taking the track "Inside Out" from KEXP's #3 album of 2014, They Want My Soul, and giving it a new spin: the Inside Out Remixes EP will hit stores April 28th via Loma Vista. Today, you can check out a version by Fabrizio Moretti of the Strokes, who appears on the EP alongside Dan Boeckner's band Operators, Tycho, and film composer Brian Reitzell. [Pitchfork]

  • With their new album out yesterday, Speedy Ortiz share a video for the track "The Graduates" off Foil Deer. Director Matthew Caron features the band on a colossal drug trip, imagining a huge talking rabbit joining them for some karaoke fun. Here's hoping the bunny joins them in Seattle on Wednesday, May 27th at Barboza. [Consequence of Sound]

  • Gospel-inspired rock and soul artist Matthew E. White shares a video today for the track "Feeling Good Is Good Enough" off his latest Fresh Blood. The clip, directed by Shawn Brackbill, features a bunch of behind-the-scenes footage and live performance segments. Watch: [Stereogum]

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