Carve some free time into your busy schedule, listeners! We have four new albums available for streaming a week before their March 18 release dates, and they're all worth a listen, or several (looking at you Perfect Pussy). All told we have new music from Philadelphia's the War on Drugs, Sufjan Steven's intriguing new project Sisyphus, Broken Social Scene'sKevin Drew and the aforementioned wild Syracuse punks, Perfect Pussy. (Use the arrows to navigate between albums.)
Perfect Pussy, Say Yes To Love
Need some cathartic fury in your life? Look no further than the blistering and absolutely vital new album from Perfect Pussy.
The War On Drugs, Lost in the Dream
Lost in the Dream is The War On Drugs' first album since 2011's wonderful Slave Ambient. Its cathartic beauty is admittedly not the best thing to listen to if you're battling a case of the Mondays.
Sisyphus is Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux and Serengeti. That really is all you need to know.
Kevin Drew, Darlings
Darlings is the often-beautiful new album from Kevin Drew, who co-founded the Toronto baroque-pop juggernauts known as Broken Social Scene. The album has already spawned one of our favorite songs of the year, "Good Sex."