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With everything from politics to playoffs playing with our collective emotions—Week in Pop brings a cornucopia of media buzz obfuscated by all the latest panic-inducing headlines. The latest top stories we're following is news that GABI signed to Double Double Whammy announcing that the anticipated upcoming album will arrive this fall, performing at Roulette (under given name Gabrielle Herbst) as part of an opera residence May 31 at 8pm; Tyler, the Creator presented a look at the Louis "Panch" Perez studio chilling visual for "435"; George Clinton released the anticipated new hotly anticipated Parliament record Medicaid Fraud Dogg; Oh Sees announced the new album Smote Reverser available August 17 via Castle Face & delivered a listen to the world-ripping new single "Overthrown"; CupcakKe delivered a look at the arcade-action packed video for "Quiz" directed by Logan Fields; Princess Nokia presented a look at the Milah Libin video for "Look Up Kid" off the A Girl Cried Red mixtape via Rough Trade; Death Grips released the new electric-insect buzzing single "Flies" from the forthcoming album Year of the Snitch; Tancred brought the grand ballroom burner "Something Else" off the new album Nightstand available June 1 via Polyvinyl, touring this fall with Joy Formidable; Jay Rock announced the new album Redemption available June 15 via TDE; Johnny Jewel released Themes For Television via Italians Do It Better with a look at the Radka Leitmeritz video for haunting suspenseful celluloid of "Red Door"; Montreal based Lou Phelps unveiled a flashy look at the Pique visual for the explanatory ode to impulsive instincts of "Want To (For The Youth)" produced by KAYTRANADA; Blushh delivered the power pop anthem "Do I Look Tired?" from the upcoming EP Thx 4 Asking courtesy of Yellow K Records available June 15; 5 Toronto's Witch Prophet released the bewitched & bewildering album wonder The Golden Octive via 88 Days of Fortune & shared a listen to the world altering lounge future psych single "Stars" produced by Old Smile; Jerry Paper, aka Lucas Nathan, has signed to Stones Throw with news of a new album arriving later this year & dropped the cool pop chrysalis of "Your Cocoon" co-produced by Badbadnotgood's own Matty Tavares; Lykke Li brought the world a look at the evening adventures seen through an iPhone for the "deep end" visual; The Myrrors announced the forthcoming album Borderlands available August 17 via Beyond Beyond is Beyond & delivered the wild ear & mind opening single "Awakening"; Skogebrandt delivered the new emotive & expressive single "Been You"; Brett Dennen delivered a look at the life affirming Craig Allen video for the joyful abandon of "Already Gone" from the EP Let's; Sevdaliza bridged parallel worlds via the Emmanuel Adjei visual for "DUALITY"; Omar Apollo delivered a listen to the smooth & sensational funk pop with "Ignorin" off the forthcoming Stereo EP available May 30; Silk City, comprised of Diplo and Mark Ronson, dropped the club-beat banger "Only Can Get Better" ft. Daniel Merriweather;

Rubblebucket announced the new album Sun Machine available August 24 via Grand Jury Music with a look at the pop-art styled Julia Barrett-Mitchell visual for "Fruity"; Guts Club delivered the jangly & twangy single "Pansy From the Hills" from the forthcoming third album Trench Foot available July 6; Henrik Appel announced the upcoming album Burning Bodies available June 29 via PNKSLM Recordings with a listen to the wind-tunnel tuned toward the future single "Tomorrow"; Mutual Benefit announced the new album Thunder Follows the Light available September 21 via Transgressive & shared the beautiful new singles "Storm Cellar Heart" and "New History"; Alynda Segarra and Hurray for the Riff Raff delivered the Puerto Rico filmed video from Kristian Mercado Figueroa for the passionate and human "Pa'lante"; Angel Olsen and My Morning Jacket's Jim James covered Sonny & Cher's "Baby Don't Go"; Goldfrapp delivered a listen to the electro-shining single "Ocean" ft. Depeche Mode's Dave Gahan; Cardi B delivered the Jora Frantzis visual of dubious romances for "Be Careful"; ASAP Rocky's elaborate album artwork reveal for the forthcoming third LP Testing; Golden Dawn Arkestra presented us a with a listen and look at the gaudy & mystic Ben Blanchard & Vanessa Pla video "Wings of Ra"; The Cool Kids shared the cool new summer cruising singles "OILBASS" ft. Boldy James "Ripple"; tour this summer with MOURN, Chastity delivered the live visual for "Chains" featured off the album Death Lust comes available July 13 via Captured Tracks; Hosannas provided a listen to the dance-floor shuffling single "Guitar Cop" from the upcoming album Picture Him Protecting You available July 12 from Fresh Selects; Gabriella Cohen delivered a look at the glamorous visual for "Music Machine" off the upcoming album Pink Is The Colour Of Unconditional Love available June 1 via Captured Tracks; Gassamer, aka LA artist Evan Reiner, shared the ambient worm "Encounter" off the upcoming album Imperishable available in July via Innovative Leisure; Stuart McLamb's The Love Language announced the upcoming album Baby Grand arriving August 3 via Merge and shared travelogue lyric video from Daniel Murphy for "Southern Doldrums" along with the night riding visual for "Castle in the Sky" from Daniel Murphy & Kevin Norris; The Gloomies offered the innovative summer sun steaming & dreaming single "Palms" from the upcoming album Romance available July 13 via Thrill Me; Lusitanian Ghosts delivered the canonical reflections on the rocker "Past Laurel" off their June 8 slated self-titled album; Denmark's own PBSM delivered the flashy bold & bright stormy single "Struck By Lightning"; Crystal Fighters brought the big bouncing summer dreaming visuals for "Boomin' In Your Jeep" courtesy of Warner Bros. Records; Maps & Atlases shared a listen to the smartly stitched single "Violet Threaded" from the upcoming Lightlessness Is Nothing New album available June 1 via Barsuk Records;

embrace the earnest & electric single "Big Train" taken off Pllush's upcoming debut album Stranger to the Pain available June 8 via Father/Daughter; currently on tour with WET, Samson, fka Samson The Truest, delivered the sweet jangle pop single "King Kong" ft. WET's Kelly Zutrau; Ovlov announced the new album TRU available July 20 via Exploding in Sound & shared the sweet scuzz studded jam "Spright"; Shy Layers delivered a look at the entrancing JD Walsh visual for "No Road" from the new album Midnight Marker available May 25 via Beats In Space; Jamie Isaac delivered a therapeutic listen to the title track off the upcoming album (4:30) Idler available June 1 via Marathon Artists; Barrie delivered infinite worlds of wonder with the single "Tal Uno" courtesy of Winspear; MNNQNS dropped a look at the fancy Rod Maurice performance visual for "Tiger On A Leash" found off their Advertisement EP available now via FatCat Records; Baloji instantly ignited the impromptu dance party with the Shingai remix of "Soleil De Volt" originally off 137 Avenue Kaniama courtesy of Bella Union; RDTK presented the electro-aesthetic visuals for "Affective Forecasting" off the forthcoming Human Resources available June 29 via Denovali Records; Talitha Rise shared a look at the reflective and intimate visual for "Chapel Bell" off the upcoming album An Abandoned Orchid House available June 1; ATL rising emcee Skooly offered a look at the HDotRoss visuals for the boy band stunting & styling "Baccstreet Boy" ft. production by The Honorable C-N.O.T.E.; LIARS announced their first original soundtrack 1/1 available July 20 via Mute & offered a preview via the visual for "Liquorice"; A Boogie wit da Hoodie announced The International Artist available June 20 via High Bridge / Atlantic Records delivering a listen to the sky-high soaring "Way Too Fly" ft. Davido; Minneapolis' Bad Bad Hats presented the covenants of hearts & spirits on the new single "Write It On Your Heart" from the forthcoming Lightning Round album available August 3 via Afternoon Records; Jakarta, Indonesia artist NIKI delivered the debut Zephyr EP along with the lavish and opulent Saint & Miles Trahan visual for "Newsflash!"; LA radical Broken Baby snubbed the current state of the bloated patriarchy with the sharp striking "Year of the Fat Man"; Nickodemus presented a look at the Emanuele Kabu animated seahorse sailing visuals for the rich rhythm rider "Caballito De Mar" ft. La Yegros off the album A Long Engagement from Wonderwheel Recordings; Billboard Music Awards buzz; POP Montreal buzz; Robyn dropped some demos; Meek Mill canceled his White House meeting; A$AP Bari arrested for sexual assault; Rich the Kid accused of domestic violence; R. Kelly sued for sexual battery; Glasgow mural tribute for Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit; we said goodbye to Andy Warhol's iconic Interview Magazine; and we remember the life and works of author Philip Roth and influential musician/producer Reggie Lucas.

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Headline dives

When the world becomes a whirlwind of vertigo-inducing weirdness; we look toward the endlessly developing pop culture narratives for a semblance of hope and some glimmer of discovered knowledge. Delivering a cornucopia of servings from the latest top buzz mills—we bring news that our hero Shannon Shaw delivered a look at the teddy-bear-band epic timeless visual from Hannah Lew and Aubree Bernier Clark for "Freddies n' Teddies" featured off the debut solo album Shannon In Nashville available June 8 via Easy Eye Sound; GRMLN delivered a look at the passionate & dreamy Cory Pratt for VIRGA video for early oughts hip-NYC styled single "War" off the album Discovery; Snuff Redux announced the new album Denim American available June 8 & unveiled the Laura Rodriguez-directed art house video for the caffeinated meditations of "French Press"; La Luz released Floating Features through Hardly Art with a viewing of the Ryan Daniel Browne video for "Mean Dreams" that delivers a performance piece of the absurd & surreal (not to mention from another alternate time or dimension); Tee Grizzley launched the album debut Activated via 300 Entertainment; Playboi Carti delivered the new unexpected album Die Lit; André 3000 celebrates Mother's Day with the new songs "Me&My (To Bury Your Parents)" & the epic "Look Ma No Hands"; Drake & Lil Baby delivered the new single "Pikachu"; Chad Valley dropped the new single "ABC" off the upcoming album Imaginary Music available May 25 via Cascine/Paper Bag Music; Jerry Castle brought the modern day misgivings pop with a listen & look at the video for "Lil Bit"; White Ring melted minds & souls with the smashing new single "Nothing" featured off the Gate of Grief album available June 22 via Rocket Girl; Ireland duo Saint Sister shared the dream world inviting single "Twin Peaks"; Nova Flares dropped the Hunter Saylor b/w video for the eternally atmospheric & cinematic "Krokodil Tears" off the upcoming self-titled EP arriving June 1 peep the Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks mini-doc titled Sparkle Hard: The Move; Sons of Bill delivered a listen to the spirited single of high soaring hopes of endearment on "Believer / Pretender" off the upcoming album Oh God Ma'am available June 29 FKA twigs opened up about the healing process after suffering from fibroid tumors; Hatchie brought the bright modern dream pop with the Joe Agius video for "Sleep"; Rizzla's album Adepta drops July 6 courtesy of Fade To Mind and dropped the track "Be a Boy" Milan's own Daykoda cast an organic array of rhythmic light with the release of Lucid Dreams via the French imprint Orikami Records; the artist formerly known as DJ Mustard is now "Mustard";


Newscast, featuring members of Dream Cult, delivered the entrancing single "Blur" that is about to be your emotive anthem for the weekend; Sevdaliza delivered a radical rendering of the track "Human" in Portugeuse with "Umana"; Gold Connections delivered their debut album Popular Fiction via Egghunt Records; Chrisy Hurn with Basement Revolver delivered the expressive and ethereal single "Baby" from the upcoming album Heavy Eyes available August 24 via Sonic Unyon/Fear of Missing Out; wifisfuneral praise that ultra-fancy life in the video for "Knots" ft. Jay Critch; Jonwayne delivered a listen to the introspective autumn exposition on "Last Last Fall" ; Frankie Simone delivered a bright pop love song to her wife on "Blow My Mind" as the LOVE//WARRIOR EP will be available June 1 through Infinite Companion Records; Launder shared a view of the Robbie Barnett-directed video for "Annie Blue" starring Caroline Hebert + Thackary Olsen; Nana Adjoa delivered a look at the lyric video for the evocative & spirit awakening "Part Of It" directed by Max Westendorp featured off the upcoming Down at The Root (Part 2) EP; Dua Lipa released the liberating summer sensations heard on the single "IDGAF" (Rich Brian & Diablo Remix); Arca's super fancy headphones ; Deeper brought us all the "Feels" with their awesome new jam from the upcoming Fire Talk self-titled album debut available May 25; Gel Set's wild Sara Drake video for "Banana Split" off the 2MR release Body Copy; Lexington's RYVOLI shared the cello-string shining & shimmering new single "Roots" from their Theories EP available July 13; Maps & Atlases got our heads ringing with the bright pop lyric video for "Ringing Bell" from the forthcoming album Lightlessness Is Nothing New available June 1; the Recording Academy's new female advancement task force to include Sheryl Crow & Common; Total Control delivered a look at the arty Eddie Clemens video for "Luxury Vaccuum"; Nine Inch Nails announced the new album Bad Witch available June 22 & a tour; Justice announced the new live album Woman Worldwide available August 24 via Ed Banger/Because Music; Jungle delivered video for "Happy Man" and "House in LA" off the 12" release available June 22 via XL Recordings; Christina Aguilera brought the world the single "Twice"; Spaceface, The Flaming Lips' Jake Ingalls, took us to the places between the asphalt & the heavens with "Sky and the Road"; Rett Madison strummed the reflective meditations of matriarchal influences and more on "Mother's Girl"; Saint Marilyn delivered the big-mouth synth striker "Jaws" featured off the Tangle EP available May 25; Oakland's Cruel Diagonals, aka Megan Mitchell, shared the psychic electro pop of "Render Arcane" off the upcoming album Disambiguation available July 13 via Drawing Room Records, debut album release party happening July 20 via Adobe Books; Navy Gangs shared a listen to the electric single of decorum titled "Housekeeping" from their debut album Poach (mixed/mastered by Delicate Steve) available August 3 via Modern Sky; Swimming With Bears delivered the lyric video for the relaxation pursuing single "Take It Easy"; John Mayer & No I.D. delivered the new single "New Light"; Megan Davies delivered the earnest & emotive video epic for "Doesn't Matter" directed by Patrick Mason; Norty delivered the world wandering high-flyer "Alien Eyes" and the sunny holiday dance jam "Leelanau" off the upcoming album The Years Are Fleeting available June 29 on Young Heavy Souls; Evidence took us through a chill tour of LA in the Todd Angkasuwan video for "Bad Publicity" ft. Krondon with production from Nottz; Clebs delivered the innovative electronic-organica of "I'm Here" off the upcoming EP of the same name available May 25 via Jass; Vacation rocked us with the single "Action Road" featured off the forthcoming album Mouth Sounds #2699 available July 27's from Bloomington's own imprint Let's Pretend Records;


Meiko delivered a more mellow cover of Rick James' "Super Freak"; Keys N Krates presented the Nathan Boey video for "My Night" ft. 070 Shake that turns an introspective bus ride into a cool club on wheels; Bernice delivered the outer-space soaring single "He’s The Moon" from the upcoming album Puff: In the air without a shape available May 25 from Arts & Crafts & started the ASMR podcast Soft Chew; Paige Calico delivered the vintage styled Ethan DeLorenzo & Alia Payne video for the meditative single "Country Mind"; Vancouver's Yung Heazy offered up a look at the eccentric & romantic video for "Cuz You're My Girl" from Lester Lyons-Hookham & Sarah Judge featured off the debut album Whenever You're Around I Hate Everything Less available June 1; Samara Lubelski released the album Flickers At The Station through Drawing Room Records; Delta Sleep delivered the enthusiastic Devin Yüceil video for "El Pastor" off the upcoming Big Scary Monsters album; Donald Glover performed "Superstition" with Stevie Wonder, Kelly Rowland & Jessie J; we're still rocking out to Teenage Burritos' Something To Cry About, courtesy of Volar Records/Burger; POPTONE, Bauhaus's Daniel Ash & Keven Haskins, shared the video for "Go!" off the self-titled album available June 18 via Cleopatra with a tour in effect now; Gruff Rhys delivered the new song "Limited Edition Heart"; Steve Rifkind of Loud Records revealed that Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) will be remade with nine emcees; Lil Wayne is celebrating one decade of Tha Carter III with the upcoming Lil Weezyana Fest; Interpol released a doc reflecting on 15-plus years of Turn on the Bright Lights; Tycho presented the Poolside remix of "Horizon"; Desert Daze 2018 buzz; Grimes shared a glimpse of the "working titlez" for her upcoming album; PC Music's A.G. Cook remixed Grimes' "Flesh Without Blood" titled "Flesh Without Musk"; producer Detail accused of physical and sexual assault; Lindsey Buckingham opened up about being dismissed from Fleetwood Mac; Chris Brown in more trouble; Spotify removed both R. Kelly and XXXTentacion's music on account of their new Hate Content & Hateful Conduct policy; Hayley Kiyoko, KehlaniPhem & more shared some critical thoughts on Rita Ora's "Girls" ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX; TIDAL under fire for allegedly inflating their stream numbers; we remember the life & works of Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison.

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