‘I think it’s very important to keep the songs of mine that my fans grew up on alive,’ says McEntire.
The project presents some of Lo-Fi’s latest and greatest artists such as Wun Two, Flughand, Ymori, SCayos, Mark Raggio and TV Culture.
Other artists featured on the soundtrack include SZA, FINNEAS, and more.
The album follows up his 2019 debut ‘Busyhead’ and represent a 'new understanding of myself.'
The album arrives with a music video for the single ‘Partycrasher.’
The track was produced by ILYA and Max Martin, and is the group's third single of the year.
The ‘Prose Combat’ album sold 100,000 copies in its first week upon release.
‘Deciphering The Message’ features McCraven’s remixes of Blue Note classics.
Making their digital debuts are ‘Get Back’ (Take 8), ‘One After 909 (Take 3),’ ‘I Me Mine (1970 Glyn Johns Mix),’ and ‘Across The Universe (2021 Mix).’
‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ is out November 19.
Van Etten builds her version around floating synthesizers, beautiful string arrangements, and a stand-up bassline.
The new track also features on the band's forthcoming album, 'This Place Will Become Your Tomb'.
The legendary band’s first million seller, this landmark title will be back to celebrate its 45th anniversary.
The song is fondly remembered from a 1982 album of uniform quality and sophistication.
The latest in the band's on-going archival series celebrates the evolution of Freddie Mercury as the ultimate showman.