Although all four tracks have been up for a while now, Ben Khan has made his 'Certified' 1992 EP available to stream in full.
We've previously brought Ben Khan tracks, "Eden", "Savage" and "Youth" to the table and "Drive (Part 1)" closes the four track release which gains Certified status on the site.
LA trio Tashaki Miyaki unveil new track "I Came" for exclusive Record Store Day release.
In general this year, I think it's fair to say that Record Store Day has received some pretty mixed press. As much as it's a celebration of independent stores, it's also kind of hard to look past those One Direction 7"'s and numerous (and ultimately pointless) reissues. But, it's not all doom and gloom, far from it in fact. Take this new one from Tashaki Miyaki for example, which forms part of a new compilation from Brooklyn's Kanine Records.
Singer-songwriter Gambles unveils "You Won't Remind It" from upcoming EP, I Can't Keep Still When It Comes To You.
Katy Goodman aka La Sera has unveiled "Running Wild" the latest track to come from anticipated third LP, Hour of the Dawn.
It's always obvious when someone's thoroughly enjoying their music, and that's most definitely the case with La Sera - gone is the break-up music of Goodman's previous LPs.
Yuck stream their latest EP and unveil a new video for title track, "Southern Skies".
After unveiling "Athena" and "Another One" since the turn of the year, Yuck have now unveiled their latest EP for streaming including a new video for title track, "Southern Skies".
Lykke Li unveils "Gunshot" from I Never Learn and it's probably her most 'commercial' track to date.
Having already given us a snippet of title track, "I Never Learn", the barren "Love Me Like I'm Not Made Of Stone" and the potent "No Rest For The Wicked", Lykke Li has now unveiled another altogether different beast in "Gunshot".
Milwaukee newcomers Canopies lay the psychedelics on thick with latest track "Miss You Now".
The band have left their synth-pop past behind and seem to have a new and refreshed vigour for music. They sound like an oh-so-slightly happier and sprightly Tame Impala, lighter psychedelics and all-around sun-kissed vibes permeate "Miss You Now".