Week in Pop: Baseball Gregg, Future Twin, Versing

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With our thoughts with everyone & all affected by Hurricane Matthew, Impose’s Week in Pop continues to keep you inspired with some of our favorites from the week. Before presenting the latest breaking exclusives, we give you a peek at a handful of the the headlines we’re watching with news that D∆WN (oka Dawn Richard) announced the new album Redemption available November 18 & dropped “Renegades”; Grimes dropped seven videos; The Radio Dept. dropped “We Got Game” off their upcoming album Running Out Of Love available October 21 from Labrador; NxWorries (Anderson .Paak x producer Knxwledge) dropped dropped “Get Bigger / Do U Luv” off the album Yes Lawd! available October 21 from Stones Throw; Aa signed to Fire Talk, ZebrAa available in November; D.R.A.M. announced the anticipated debut album BIG BABY D.R.A.M. available October 21; Jay Z is working on the series “TIME: The Kalief Browder Story,” & a Richard biopic titled Is It Something I Said; Fitz and the Tantrums Danced With The Stars; Gorillaz dropped “The Book of Russel” & teamed with Jaguar Formula E Racing; Real Estate revealed the new song “Harpsichord” at Atlanta’s Project Pabst; Bon Iver dropped the Aaron Anderson & Eric Timothy Carlson directed video for “00000 Million” & dropped the video for “____45_____”; Arcade Butler’s Win Butler gave a lecture on the band’s history & more; Hope Sandoval & Kurt Vile dropped the video for “Let Me Get There”; the working title of Logic’s forthcoming third album is Africaryan; dvsn remixed Drake’s “Faithful” with “Keep The Faith”; Justice dropped the video for “Randy” off their upcoming album Woman; E-40 announced the double album The D-Boy Diary Books 1 & 2 available November 18; David Byrne’s neuroscience exhibit “The Institute Presents: Neurosociety”; “anti-cult” Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth (TOPY) has a Jacqueline Castel documentary in the works; Islands to reissue Return to the Sea November 11 & dropped a remastered listen to “Swans (Life After Death)”; DJ Khaled dropped the Gil Green video for “Do You Mind” ft. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future & Rick Ross; Pond dropped “Sweep Me Off My Feet” ahead of October 16-November 6 US tour; Pup covered Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” & touring through December 16; Trent Reznor alluded to new Nine Inch Nails material; Mary J. Blige announced the new album Strength of a Woman available later this year & dropped “Thick of It”; Pixies dropped the video for “Um Chagga Lagga” from Black Francis & Louis Collin; Anthony Mandler movie Monster to feature A$AP Rocky, Nas, Jennifer Hudson & more; Bruno Mars announced the new album 24K Magic available November 18 & dropped the title track video; Third Man Records releasing a bunch of things from the vault & White Stripes’ Icky Trump t-shirts; Neutral Milk Hotel/Music Tapes’ Julian Koster launched “The Orbiting Human Circus (of the Air)” podcast ft. Tim Robbins, Mandy Patinkin, Charlie Day, John Cameron Mitchell & more; Big Ears Festival hype; Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival is happening in 2017 at MASS MoCA June 23-25; Apple Music & Spotify now offers unofficial remixes; Kanye West cut his set at NYC’s Meadows Music & Arts Festival abruptly after news of wife Kim Kardashian getting robbed in Paris; Drake postponed some dates on account of an ankle injury; Pink Floyd reunited “to stand with the Women of the Gaza Freedom Flotilla”; The Rolling Stones announced the new album Blue & Lonesome available December 2 from Polydor & dropped a cover of Buddy Johnson & His Orchestra’s “Just Your Fool”; Flavor Flav versus Eric Andre; and London club fan Tim Griffith is dancing for 24 hours to save the local nightclub Fabric.

Delivering you the latest top breaking media, we are proud & privileged to present you the following interviews, insights, exclusives & more from Baseball Gregg, Future Twin, Versing, Best Friend, Gurus, JAUNT, Kingsley Flood, Mood Tattooed, Zoos of Berlin, featuring guest selections by Sunflower Bean & more—in no particular order.