Watch: Astro – “Don’t Test Me”

The Brooklyn-based 16 year-old MC has released the video for his brand new single, “Don’t Test Me”. It is off his forthcoming mixtape (as of yet untitled) due out this September. This track features killer bars and flow, and I see huge potential in this guy’s future. Watch below.

Listen: Kings Of Leon – “Supersoaker”

The Nashville alternative/southern rock group has just released the long-awaited studio version of their single “Supersoaker”. It serves as the first single off their sixth studio album, Mechanical Bull. The album is due out on September 24. Listen to the song via YouTube below.

Stream: No Age – “An Impression”

The LA experimental punk duo has released a new track from their upcoming album, entitled An Object. This is the third track the band has released from the new album. It is a very pretty listen, with even a string section incorporated in there.  An Object will be out on Sub Pop Records on August 20.

Albert Hammond Jr. to release solo EP

In an appearance on Har Mar Superstar’s “Nocturnal Emotions” podcast, Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. revealed he would be releasing a solo EP on fellow bandmate Julian Casablancas’ label, Cult Records. He will play most of the instruments on the yet untitled EP, with production from Gus Oberg.

Stream a track from his previous solo effort, ¿Cómo Te Llama?, below.

Watch: Atoms For Peace Club AMOK footage (with better audio and camera angles!)

Atoms for Peace, Thom Yorke’s solo project with fellow musicians such as Flea and Nigel Godrich, has performed at a secret show in Los Angeles about three weeks ago. The day after the show, video surfaced online of the performances. However, the audio wasn’t too good. Now, on the AFP official YouTube, video of these performances have been uploaded with WAY better audio, and multiple camera angles! Watch “Default” and “Dropped” below.