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Baby! Shares Free Stream of Sunny F.L & Video for ‘Bite My Tongue’

Baby!, the latest project from Kaley Honeycutt, has offered a free stream of her debut album Sunny F.L. as well as the video for ‘Bite My Tongue’.

Everything in the video is Honeycutt’s handiwork, right down to the backgrounds.

The name Baby! comes from something she was always shamed for growing up; being the 5’1 younger sister to four older brothers who always overshared and was oversensitive. It’s a shortened version of “Crybaby”.

Honeycutt was quickly snapped up by Yellow K Records after she shared some music online. Baby! will play an album release date on August 30 in Boston;

8/30 – Boston, MA @ Middle East Upstairs (Album Release Show!)



Stream SAKIMA’s ‘Ur Body’ for Free

London-based singer/songwriter SAKIMA has offered a free stream of ‘Ur Body’.

Though the song follows the time-honoured tradition of writing about love, it’s written from an LGTBQ perspective and he refuses to shy away from at times explicit lyrics. He dropped the track after releasing his Facsimile EP and a cover of Charli XCX’s ‘Boys’, both are streaming for free.



Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Leikeli47’s ‘O.M.C.’

Leikeli47 has unveiled the video for ‘O.M.C’ from her debut album Wash & Set, out on September 8 on Hardcover/RCA Records.

The visual features Brooklyn-based marching band Approaching Storm.

Her track ‘Attitude’ was recently used in an episode of the HBO show Insecure. She also shared a free stream of ‘Miss Me’;

Catch Leikeli47 on August 15th at Baby’s All Right in New York. She also has dates coming up on August 26th at Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn and on September 3rd at Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle.

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Lando Chill’s ‘Take It Slow’

In addition to sharing the elemental Malcolm Critcher-directed video for ‘Take It Slow’, Tucson, Arizona artist Lando Chill has shared a free a free stream of his album The Boy Who Spoke to the Wind;

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Flip Dinero’s ‘On Some’

Flip Dinero has unveiled the  Francisco Isaiah Perez aka SHOTBYCISCO, directed video for ‘On Some’ from his debut EP The Guala Way.

Dinero is the first signee outside of of Joey Bada$$Pro Era collective.

 “[Joey] was like, ‘Yo Flipp, I really feel like you would be big if you do your thing and just focus,'” Dinero explained in a statement. “That’s what led to me meeting Jonny. When Jonny came across me, he was like, ‘Yo, you’re dope. I wanna work with you, but we gotta keep building. You gotta show people that you want it.’ That’s what I’m doing now.”
Stream The Guala Way for free and check out the videos for ‘Running Up Bands’ and ‘I Do’;

Stream Dean Hurley’s Anthology Resource Vol. 1 for Free

Dean Hurley, the sound and music supervisor for Twin Peaks: The Return, has shared a free stream of Anthology Resource Vol. 1, out now on Sacred Bones.

The album serves as a companion piece to Twin Peaks official soundtrack. Hurley had a small role as the drummer for Trouble, the fictitious band featured in episode five. He’s been working extensively with David Lynch for the last 12 years. He also co-wrote and produced four albums with Lynch as well as producing records by Lykke Li, Dirty Beaches, Zola Jesus, and The Veils.

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Brockhampton’s ‘Gummy’

BROCKHAMPTON have shared the Kevin Abstract-directed video for ‘GUMMY’ from their forthcoming sophomore album SATURATION II.

Head to their website to stream the album for free.

The release of the new album comes less than two months after the release of their debut SATURATION. The band also announced the dates of their first North American tour.

BROCKHAMPTON is a musical collective made up of rappers, directors, filmers, engineers, producers, graphic designers, and DJs. The band was the subject of a Viceland documentary series AMERICAN BOYBAND that followed their life on the road and meeting their loyal fanbase.

Catch BROCKHAMPTON on the following dates;

9/3 – Denver, CO @ Globe Hall
9/5 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
9/6 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
9/7 – Detroit, MI @ El Club
9/10 – Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
9/11 – New York, NY @ Highline Ballroom (2 shows)
9/12 – Cambridge, MA @ Middle East
9/13 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry at Fillmore
9/15 – Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel (2 shows)
9/18 – Austin, TX @ Come and Take It Live
9/19 – Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live
9/20 – Dallas, TX @ Trees
9/22 – Phoenix, AZ @ Pub Rock
9/24 – San Francisco, CA @ Social Hall SF
9/25 – Portland, OR @ Peters Room / Rose Land
9/27 – Vancouver, BC @ Biltmore Cabaret
9/28 – Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
9/29 – Eugene, OR @ The Observatory
10/1 – San Francisco, CA @ Social Hall SF
10/2 – San Diego, CA @ W.O.W. Hall