Tyler, The Creator – Domo 23

Tyler, The Creator drops his new LP Wolf, which has three covers, on April 2 through Odd Future Records. Tyler just shared the first cut from the album with the video for Domo 23. The video features Tyler and Domo Genesis wrestling, while Earl Sweatshirt is the referee. As you can imagine, it’s pretty nuts. The song splits on the 3:36 mark into a track called Brimmer, which features Frank Ocean.

Here’s the other two covers.

The Strokes – All The Time

Most of music The Strokes have released over the past couple of years have divided opinion, and that was certainly the case with their previous single One Way Trigger (which is still growing on me). The latest offering from their forthcoming LP Comedown Machine is All The Time, and the band are going back to basics it seems. The song will serve as the official first single from Comedown Machine, and it isn’t half bad.

Their new album drops March 25 through RCA.

Jacco Gardner – The Ballad Of Little

If you’re a fan of eccentric, baroque-pop then I suggest you take the time to introduce yourself to Jacco Gardner, and in particular his new single ‘The Ballad Of Little.’ Apparently, every sound you hear on this track was recorded and produced by this 24-year-old Dutch multi-instrumentalist.

Jacco Gardner’s debut LP Cabinet of Curiosities is out February 12th on Trouble In Mind Records.

!!! – Slyd

New York dance-punk outfit !!! drop their excellently titled new LP THR!!!ER on April 30th. Today the band shared ‘Slyd’, the albums first single and it’s without doubt one of the funkiest dance tracks they’ve released to date. We’re going to be hearing this one a lot over the year!

THR!!!ER drops April 30 through Warp Records, and you can pre-order it through Bleep.

Kurt Vile – Wakin on a Pretty Day

On April 9 Philadelphia singer-songwriter Kurt Vile will release Wakin on a Pretty Daze, his fifth full-length LP and the follow up to 2011’s Smoke Ring For My Halo. ‘Wakin on a Pretty Day,’ the albums gorgeously chilled out opener, is now available to stream. The track clocks-in at just under ten minutes in length, but in no way does it drag out. Instead, it seems to just float along, effortlessly on some breezy warm vibes and smooth, laid back vocals. It actually feels a lot shorter than it is. Throughout the song there’s some excellent guitar playing but keep an ear out for the badass solo towards the end.