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Listen: John Maus, Shabazz Palaces, Chad Valley and More

Streams Courtesy of NPR, Spinner and Hype Machine

Jun 20, 2011 John Maus Bookmark and Share

One of the numerous albums NPR is streaming this week is the third full-length from synthpop artist/philosophy professor John Maus. Titled the mouthful We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves, Maus’ third effort is a blast from the past—the 1980s, to be exact. Maus arms himself with “sterile beats of outdated machines”, “heavy reverb and delay”, and a booming baritone that would make Ian Curtis just a tad bit jealous. The album, which drops June 28, is available for streaming here, courtesy of NPR.

Today, NPR also released streams for avant-garde rap group Shabazz Palaces’ newest LP, Black Out, as well as the tropicalia compilation Red Hot + Rio 2.

Over at AOL’s music website, Spinner, a stream of British synthpop artist Chad Valley’s 7-track EP, Equatorial Ultravox, was released and can currently be listened to free of cost.

Hype Machine also released today a stream for the self-titled LP from electronic outfit SBTRKT.


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