LISTEN: Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen Debut 'Good Time'

Interscope announced Tuesday evening that the new single "Good Time" from Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen, which had been scheduled to debut on radio Wednesday morning at 9 a.m., would instead be released to U.S. stations immediately. The track comes ahead of Owl City's highly-anticipated album, The Midsummer Station, slated to release on August 14. "Good Time" will be included on the album.

The new single also arrives as Jepsen is enjoying the top spot on Billboard's Hot 100 with "Call Me Maybe," which is likely to remain at No. 1 when the new chart data is announced Wednesday. The upbeat dance tune is definitely "good timing" for both artists, as the song is likely to skyrocket this summer.

"Good Time" is currently scheduled to release to iTunes on June 26. Listen here.

LISTEN: Childish Gambino's New Track 'Shoulda Known'

Childish Gambino obviously has no plans to stop working this summer, now back with another new track. The latest offering,“Shoulda Known,” is one of several he has unveiled in a matter of weeks and is expected to be included on his upcoming mixtape. Gambino—aka Donald Glover—called into Philly's Wired 96.5 Friday to debut the new joint, and took to Twitter to encourage fans to show their support. “New Gambino song they just played is called 'Shoulda Known,'” he wrote. “Request it if you wanna hear it again.”

With the debut of "Shoulda Known," a release for the untitled mixtape appears to be imminent, but no official announcement has been made yet.

Listen to (and download) "Shoulda Known" here.

LISTEN: Lupe Fiasco's First Track From Next Album

Following last year’s hit album, Lasers, Lupe Fiasco appears ready to release his much-hyped double LP, Food & Liquor 2. After suggesting a May release, an official debut for the new set has still not been announced. It may be sooner rather than later, though, as the first single off the album, ”Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free),” was revealed late Monday.

Listen to the track here.

LISTEN: fun., Hayley Williams cover Gotye's 'Somebody'

How's this for crazy? This morning, fun.'s Nate Ruess and Paramore's Hayley Williams treated the U.K.'s BBC Live Lounge to a cover of Gotye's hit single, "Somebody That I Used to Know," featuring Kimbra. Williams, however, covered Kimbra's vocals from a studio in Los Angeles via live stream. Kudos to technology!

Interestingly, Gotye's track (which remains at No. 1 for a fifth consecutive week) was preceded by fun.'s smash "We Are Young" featuring Janelle Monae, which topped the charts for six consecutive weeks before making way for "Somebody." This week, "Young" is at No. 3 while Maroon 5's "Payphone" featuring Wiz Khalifa moves up to No. 2.

"Somebody" also sold 321,000 downloads last week to pass the 4 million digital sales mark in the U.S., with 4,037,000 to date, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Listen to fun. and Hayley Williams cover "Somebody."

LISTEN: New Childish Gambino Track 'Unnecessary'

The Community star Donald Glover has been rapping as Childish Gambino for a while now, and while it remains to be seen what the star's true potential is in music, he has developed quite the fan base. Following a few spring appearances and performances at this year's Coachella festival, demand is increasing for more Gambino. His new track “Unnecessary” features the Black Hippy rapper Schoolboy Q.

Hear a censored radio rip of it here.

LISTEN: The Great Grandfathers' 'Saint Anthony's Fire'

As summer approaches, an influx of new music will be cropping up in the days and weeks ahead. There are certainly plenty of big name releases slated for summer debuts, but there are definitely a nice share of lesser-knowns and indies to be expected. One of those releases comes from a group called The Great Grandfathers.

Formed by brothers Lucas and Trevor Prize--whose middle names are the names of their great grandfathers--and some of their musician friends, the group which hails from St. Louis has a sound that resembles The Killers.

Their debut album, Saint Anthony's Fire, releases June 26. The title track is available here for streaming and download from the band's label.

LISTEN: Passion Pit's New Track 'Take a Walk'

Passion Pit definitely know how to make an entrance. Today, the Cambridge, Mass.-based band revaled the lead single from their upcoming LP, Gossamer. "Take A Walk" has already roused up fans and sparked all kinds of chatter about the band's new sound.

While the chorus of "Walk" sounds perfect for summer, the band also explores themes of financial struggle and prosperity through the eyes of an immigrant, perhaps foreshadowing a darker side to the new album.

Gossamer releases July 23 from Columbia Records.

Listen to the track here.

LISTEN: Drake's 'Crew Love' Feat. The Weeknd Remixed

When U.K. producer/DJ Star Slinger isn’t working on his own experimental sounds, he’s taking some of the biggest hits around and making them into his own. Taking the tempo to new heights, the producer puts his own twist on Drake‘s “Crew Love,” featuring fellow canadian native The Weeknd.

Listen to the remix here.

LISTEN: Regina Spektor's New Track 'Small Town Moon'

After glimpses of the menacing sounds of Regina Spektor’s latest LP, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, comes a track that spans a slightly broader range: “Small Town Moon.” The full album will be released on May 29, but listen now to “Small Town Moon.”

LISTEN: Kid Cudi Returns to Rap with 'Whiskey'

Kid Cudi has recently been entertaining the idea of rock stardom. Perhaps hoping to prove he’s still got flow, Cudi created a new song called “Dennis, Hook Me Up With Some More Of That Whiskey!”

The self-produced track features samples of looped guitar mixed with another, more rumbling guitar part for an air of elegance that’s undercut by Cudi’s unmistakable anger issues. Stream the track now from Complex.

LISTEN: Florence + The Machine's New Track 'Breath of Life'

Florence + the Machine have recorded a new track, "Breath Of Life," for the soundtrack to the forthcoming Hollywood blockbuster Snow White and the Huntsman. The track, which features a large orchestra, was recorded in Los Angeles and, according to singer Florence Welch is inspired by the film's character of the evil Queen Ravenna, played by Charlize Theron.

Speaking about the track, Welch said: "The Queen is just this incredible character; so hungry for life but so dead inside. She's sort of eternal, but inside there's nothing. She's kind of like charcoal or something. She has this thirst for youth and for life, but for what kind of life? This darkness, but she's so beautiful, so it's this kind of juxtaposition between beauty and, ultimately, death."

The soundtrack is due for release on May 29 in the US, with the rest of the track listing still to be confirmed. Snow White and the Huntsman stars Twilight actress Kristen Stewart and Thor's Chris Hemsworth as well as Theron and is due to be released on June 1.

Watch the music video here.