The uber-prolific Fresh N Onlys release new song "I Would Not Know the Devil", a house-of-mirrors psych-garage jam that whets our appetites for more. [via Pitchfork]

Mississppi MC David Banner releases "Swag", which disses Bay Area rappers Lil B and calls out Kreayshawn's crew's use of the N-word. [via]

Beastie Boys' Ad-Rock remixes tUnE-yArDs' bumper "Gangsta". The new version is synthy and made for the club. [via The Bay Bridged]

Wallpaper remixes Adele's radio smash "Rumour Has It". It's so dirty, it'll probably never get any airplay, but we aren't complaining. [via SF Weekly]

Oakland's Mwahaha emerges touting an ex-member of Clipd Beaks and a crunchy, psychedelic new single, "Rainbow Diamond". [via The Bay Bridged]

Weekend released first single, "Hazel" off its forthcoming EP, Red (Slumberland), which drops in September. It reeks of The Cure, in a good way. [via Slumberland Records]

Poppy garage rock purveyors Bare Wires drop "Cheap Perfume" (available for download), the title track of their latest record which comes out in October on Southpaw Records. [via The Bay Bridged]