Stream new albums from Toro y Moi, Foxygen, Widowspeak, and more
January 14th, 2013 in
– Future pop wizkid Toro y Moi’s new album Anything in Return is streaming at Pitchfork. Mastermind Chaz Bundick said the 13-track effort was his attempt “to make sincere pop music that’s not all processed and bubblegum. Underground isn’t always relevant; I want to see what’s popular, then put my own spin on it.” Pick up your own copy beginning January 22nd via Carpark Records (pre-orders are ongoing).
– Retro indie rockers Foxygen’s new album We Are the 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic is streaming at Pitchfork. The nine-track effort officially sees light January 22nd via Jagjaguwar (pre-orders are ongoing).
– Brooklyn indie duo Widowspeak’s new album Almanac is streaming at NPR. The 12-track effort officially arrives January 22nd via Captured Tracks (pre-orders are ongoing).
– Hilly Eye, the new project of Ex-Titus Andronicus guitarist Amy Klein, is streaming its debut album Reasons to Live at Paste. All 10 tracks arrive January 22nd via Don Giovanni Records (pre-orders are ongoing).
– UK goth-rock trio Esben and the Witch’s new album Wash the Sins Not Only the Face is streaming at Pitchfork. The 10-track effort officially hits stores January 22nd via Matador (pre-orders are ongoing).