Stream And Destroy 01.13.23 // Weekly Roundup

Stream And Destroy is a weekly feature on D//E in which we round up tracks and releases we didn't cover canonically during the current week. It's complementary to our regular posts and publishes on Friday release day. Oddments from previous weeks may appear. The feature now comes with an accompanying playlist on Spotify.

Bowie In Daydreams, a new song and music video from Astari Nite, honors one of the greatest musicians of all time and a major influence, while staying true to the post punk romanticism of the band.

Yo La Tengo are preparing for the release of This Stupid World, their anticipated new album. The most recent single is Aselestine, a beautiful track driven by the band's percussionist and vocalist Georgia Hubley.

Fucked Up are back with a new single, I Think I Might Be Weird, off their upcoming full length, One Day, their first album since 2018's Dose Your Dreams.

MERCY is John Cale's first album of new music in ten years. The new single NOISE OF YOU comes with a beautiful, nostalgic clip made by Pepi Ginsberg, and features images of Cale from his extensive career.

A new album by The True Faith has been released through A La Carte Records. Go to Ground commands a lot of attention and makes a pretty strong early impression.

On March 3rd, 2023 through Sacred Bones, Constant Smiles will release their new album, Kenneth Anger, introduced with single and video, In My Heart. This is the third album in the "Divine Cycle" trilogy, which began with 2017's Divine and continued with 2019's John Waters, according to bandleader Ben Jones.

Ignore Grief is the title of experimental act Xiu Xiu's thirteenth studio album. The new record will include David Kendrick (Sparks, Devo, Gleaming Spires), who according to the band's longtime members, Jamie Stewart and Angela Seo, is an "old friend and new member." Maybae Baeby is the first example which arrives with a music video directed by Seo.

Heavy noise rockers Djunah will release their new album, Femina Furens, on March 3rd, 2023. It combines poetry (by authors like Gerard Manley Hopkins, Sylvia Plath, and John Donne) with heavy music to tell the tale of the diagnosis and ongoing healing process from complex post-traumatic stress disorder, or C-PTSD. The Latin for "furious woman" is where the album's name originates.

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