The Melodic Tree’s Weekly Playlist

1. My Tears Are Wasted so Am I – Younger Lovers

2. I Feel Extra-Natural – LVL UP

3. Swim – The Glands

4. It Takes A Long Time – Goblin Mold

5. Eyelids – Washer

6. Pop Song – Dante Elephante

7. Crockpot – Slothrust

8. Kenyah – Three Rain Cats

9. Kachina Doll – Teenage Cool Kids

10. Someone Disappeared – The Everywheres

11. The Spell – Naomi Punk

12. Maybe – Jurassic Shark

13. She’s Good to Go – Billy Charger

14. Small World – Happy Diving

15. This Big World – Dead Gaze

16. Wasted Time – Goth Babe

17. 58th Street – Gap Dream

18. Journeys Ahead – Total Slacker

19. Freaks – Surf Curse

20. Anxiety – Pinact

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Francis and the Lights releases new album Farewell, Starlite!

Francis Farewell Starlite, Francis and the Lights, has released his new album Farewell, Starlite! It includes the already released “Thank You,” “See Her Out,” and “Friends” which features Bon Iver. Kanye West also is featured on the album’s “My City’s Gone.” Listen to the full album here, and check out the tracklist below and the cover art above.

Farewell, Starlite!:

01 See Her Out (That’s Just Life)
02 Comeback
03 Can’t Stay Party
04 I Want You to Shake
05 May I Have This Dance
06 My City’s Gone
07 Running Man / Gospel OP1
08 It’s Alright to Cry
09 Friends
10 Thank You

Watch the music video for “Friends:”

 

Watch Thundercat have a “Bass-Off” with a Hannibal Buress robot on “The Eric Andre Show”

Thundercat was the musical guest on this week’s episode of “The Eric Andre Show.” In a clip from the show, the bassist has a “bass-off” with a Hannibal Buress robot. A man without pants comes out in the middle of the clip and hugs Thundercat. Watch the clip below. “The Eric Andre Show” airs Fridays at midnight on Adult Swim.

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Listen to Bloc Party’s new track “Stunt Queen”

Bloc Party released a new album earlier this year called Hymns. They have now realeased another new song called “Stunt Queen.” It was written and recorded by all of the band’s members, they tweeted; Charlie Andrew produced the track. Hear the song, and read Kele Okereke’s statement on it below.

“Stunt Queen” has its genesis in an idea that dates back to the Australian tour we did at the start of 2016. It was an idea that we worked on at sound checks and was one of the first ideas to come along after Justin and Louise joined the band. Playing the Hollywood Bowl feels like a significant milestone for the band, and we wanted to mark it with a new release. We’re excited to be playing our biggest ever headline gig in the U.S. and releasing new material in the same week.

Adult Swim makes “Space Ghost Coast to Coast” episodes available for free

C. Martin Croker died over the weekend. He was an animator and voice actor known for his work as Zorak and Moltar on the cult classic Adult Swim cartoon series “Space Ghost Coast to Coast.” The network today made most of the series available to stream online for free. Watch the episodes here.

The series also features appearances from David Byrne, the Ramones, Dave Grohl, Thurston Moore, Laurie Anderson, Chuck D, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Ice-T, George Clinton, Jim Jarmusch, Shirley Manson, Tenacious D, Busta Rhymes, Willie Nelson, and many others. Space Ghost made an appearance on the Danger Doom album.

Robert Glasper forming new group with Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy

Robert Glasper announced that he is starting a musical group with Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy during a recent interview with Complex. He stated that the group will be going to do a “little record or an EP,” and also said that he and Martin are “working with Herbie [Hancock] on his new record.” They have yet to release name or any other details for their upcoming project.

Glasper and Martin worked together in the past on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly, and the three worked on Martin’s 2013 album 3ChordFold. Robert Glasper also released a new album called ArtScience.

Listen to Terrace Martin’s “No Right, No Wrong” which features Robert Glasper and James Fauntleroy above.