Listen: Laurel Halo Streams ‘Quarantine’ In Full

    Brooklyn-via-Michigan artist Laurel Halo is set to release her Quarantine album for Hyperdub in June, and the entire record is streaming in full below. Halo has never sat still during her brief career to date, instead choosing to flit between styles, always moving her central aesthetic forward with each new release. Quarantine is no exception—her vocals are bold, the music twists into unexpected shapes, and the record works best when listened to as an entire journey from start to finish. Usually it would be annoying to have an album stream consisting of just one track, but here it makes an odd kind of sense. Also: That cover must be in the running for best album art of 2012? [via FACT]