New Muve Music Releases March 18th
Mix up your playlist this week with new music ranging from hip-hop to Chilean rap and rock from across the pond.
YG’s debut album “My Krazy Life” is a chronicle of life in the West Coast’s most notorious hood. The album is a tale about bad deeds and their consequences.
Ana Tijoux grew up amid political upheaval and turmoil in Chile, so it comes as no surprise that her newest album, “Vengo,” embraces her ancestry and discusses the possibility of revolution.
Hailing from the green isle of Ireland, The Strypes channel the British invasion of the 60’s on their debut album “Snapshot.” Here are the songs to listen for on the album: “She’s So Fine,” “Angel Eyes” and “What A Shame.”
With “Pumped Up Kicks” in their rearview mirror, Foster The People had a big act to follow with their new album. Out today, “Supermodel” was recorded in studios from Morocco all the way to Malibu. Band member Mark Foster was quoted in a Billboard article saying that the Clash, David Bowie and West African music were some of the influences for the new album.