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New Tunes Tuesday: Run the Jewels, Black Milk, Medicine


Black Milk's If There's a Hell Below
  • Black Milk's If There's a Hell Below
Greetings, music fans. If you're a true Run the Jewels fan, you probably snagged the rap duo's new album, RTJ2, when they released as a free download on Thursday night, four days before the official release date. But, it's so incredible that I'm going to include it here, too, in case you've been living under a rock.

Also out this week is new stuff from Detroit rapper Black Milk; Canadian producer/singer-songwriter Daniel Lanois; Austin, Texas-based indie-rock/post-punk band I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness; and Los Angeles dream-pop band Medicine.

Run the Jewels, RTJ2
(Full album)

Black Milk, If There's a Hell Below

Daniel Lanois, Flesh & Machine

I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness, Dust

Medicine, Home Everywhere 
(Full album)