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Hey there! Yes, you. You’re not hallucinating. I’m in fact here. I know, crazy, right?! Okay. Now that our shock is out of the way, here’s what I’ve been listening to, and enjoying since I last saw you.

Arca- Arca
Benjamin Booker- Witness
Bonobo- Migration
Broken Social Scene- Hug Of Thunder
Cigarettes After Sex- Cigarettes After Sex
Cloud Nothings- Life Without Sound
Dirty Projectors- Dirty Projectors
Fleet Foxes- Crack-Up
Grandaddy- Last Place
HAIM- Something To Tell You
Hoops- Routines
Kelly Lee Owens- Kelly Lee Owens
Kendrick Lamar- DAMN.
London Grammar- Truth Is Beautiful Thing
Nikki Lane- Highway Queen
Perfume Genius- No Shape
Priests- Nothing Feels Natural
Ryan Adams- Prisoner
Sampha- Process
Slowdive- Slowdive
Spoon- Hot Thoughts
Thundercat- Drunk
TOPS- Sugar At The Gate
Vince Staples- Big Fish Theory
The xx- I Can See You

There you have it. In alphabetical order, twenty-five records that have been soundtracking my days over here at Something For All of Us. This list is not at all final. I’m sure in the upcoming months some will be added, and some will fall by the wayside.  What have you been listening to lately? Email me your lists. I’m genuinely curious.



Last night, Rage Against the Machine—who last played together in 2011– launched a new website,, with a countdown leading to June 1. Visitors upon entering their email address receive an image that reads “Clear the way for the prophets of rage,” a lyric from the Public Enemy song “Prophets of Rage.”

The image features the hashtag “TakeThePowerBack,” which is the title of a Rage Against the Machine song. Whatever this ends up being is pure speculation at this point. Reunion? New album? Shows? The timing of it, though, could not be more perfect given that we’re in the middle of a volatile and hotly contested presidential election.

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Beth Orton

Beth Orton is back with a new album. It’s called Kidsticks, and will be out May 27 via Anti-. The album was co-produced by Orton and Andrew Hung of Fuck Buttons, with mixing being handled by David Wrench. Below is, “Moon,” the lead-single off the album.

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