Preservation Hall Brass Band released its 50th Anniversary Collection box set this week — listen to 1967 track "In the Evening (When the Sun Goes Down)" here.
Download Welsh singer and garage-pop bandleader Cate Le Bon's "What Is Worse," from her 2012 EP Cyrk II, here. She performs at Circle Bar tonight with Alexis Marceaux & The Samurai — watch Marceaux's debut on NBC's The Voice here.
Here's another video from rapper Curren$y and Harry Fraud's Cigarette Boats EP — watch "WOH" here.
Singer-songwriter Mia Borders released a new video, "Mississippi Rising," from her album Wherever There Is. Watch it below:
Also tonight: progressive rock band Circa Survive, on the heels of the release of its fourth LP Violent Waves, is at House of Blues. Download a free four-track tour EP here.
Shoegaze outfit Glish releases its Come Down EP at Circle Bar on Saturday. Download the single "Future Things" here. Also on the bill is Native America — stream the bedroom-pop album Old Flame | New Squeeze here.
Watch "Failure Ain't An Option," from rapper Dee-1 with Murs and Tabi Bonney. Dee-1's The Focus Tape, hosted by Mannie Fresh, is out next month.
Wildly experimental pop outfit Animal Collective recently released its 10th album, Centipede Hz — watch the video for single "Today's Supernatural" below, and stream the split EP "Honeycomb"/"Gotham" here. The band performs at House of Blues tomorrow at 8 p.m.
The Punk Rock Takeover matinee series continues at The Big Top on Sunday at 2 p.m., with fuzzy grunge trio Heat Dust, pop punks Donovan Wolfington and Isidro. Watch Heat Dust's goofball new video, for "Priority Mail For an Asshole," here. The band's debut EP is out later this year. Stream tracks from Donovan Wolfington here.