Daily Round-Up For May 23, 2014
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Electronic producer Feed Me has announced an upcoming new EP and accompanying tour. Along with those announcements, Feed Me has put out a new track called Time For Myself. You can find that song and all the information back at Dancing Astronaut.
English crooner Sam Smith has released a new music video for his tune Leave Your Lover ahead of the release of his full-length LP next week. You can check out the full video for yourself back at Stereogum.
Porter Robinson has released the lyric video for his newest tune Sad Machine, from his upcoming debut LP Worlds. You can check out the lyric video for yourself back at Dancing Astronaut.
Lykke Li stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform a couple tunes from her upcoming new record I Never Learn. You can find the full video back at Consequence of Sound.
The band Veruca Salt has reunited, and went on Conan this week for their first performance with all four of its original members since 1996. You can check out the full video back at Consequence of Sound.
A fascinating study was done this week regarding the work of singer and producer Pharrell Williams. The study made the discovery that most of the work that Williams has performed or produced over the years starts in the same way every time. Itâ€™s something you need to hear to believe. Check out the full story back at Consequence of Sound.
Beatport, well known as the iTunes for electronic music, has started a massive Summer Sale for many of its most popular offerings. Full albums from popular DJs are niow only seven dollars, but only for a limited time! Check out all the details back at Dancing Astronaut.
Producers Zeddâ€™s Dead and Twin Shadow have joined forces along with Dâ€™Angelo Lacy to create an original new tune entitled Lost You. You can hear the song for yourself back at Stereogum.
And finally, uncanny lookalikes Will Ferrell and Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers finally settled their public feud with an amazing drum battle on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night. You can find the video (and you seriously need to see it) back at The Verge.
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