SiR – “Right By You”

By Lisa Brown / 2:55 pm

Inglewood singer-songwriter SiR is one of L.A.’s latest indie R&B acts and is set to emerge on the scene with his debut Seven Sundays later this month. “Right By You” is his second personal and relatable heartbreak single produced by J. LBS, who has worked with R. Kelly, Jhené Aiko, Big KRIT, and more. It… More »


Your Old Droog – “We Don’t Know You”

By Caitlin White / 2:42 pm

Your Old Droog is releasing new music, even though it’s become clear that he is not, in fact, Nas. His latest track is called “We Don’t Know You” and will be on a forthcoming Nicest EP that’s out 7/17. It flips a smooth, jazzy piano sample and some ’90s rhythms around the fairly obvious hook… More »


Yogi & Skrillex – “Burial” Video (Feat. Pusha T & Dennis Rodman)

By James Rettig / 2:37 pm

Last year, Pusha T teamed up with British producer trio Yogi for “Burial.” That track has just gotten a remix courtesy of Skrillex, Trollphace, and Moody Good, plus a wild new Grant Singer-directed video. It follows an unsettling masked troupe of havoc-wreaking dancers, starting off in a barber shop where Pusha is getting his hair… More »


Free Cake For Every Creature – “Take On Me” Video

By James Rettig / 2:10 pm

Free Cake For Every Creature’s newest tape Moving Songs opens with the short, bittersweet “Take On Me.” In just a minute’s time, Katie Bennett’s diaristic songwriting packs in a reference to cartoonist Lynda Barry, an end that turns the melody of a-Ha’s song of the same name into a twee lullaby, and contains a statement… More »


A$AP Rocky Admits His Rita Ora Line Was Tasteless

By Caitlin White / 1:35 pm
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A$AP Rocky is finally sorry. After months of defending his random, misogynistic blow-job potshot at Rita Ora, Rocky told The Guardian that he regrets airing her out on At.Long.Last.A$AP track “Better Things.” Here’s a refresher on those lines: “I swear that bitch Rita Ora got a big mouth / Next time I see her might… More »


Rae Sremmurd Promise New Album In December

Rae Sremmurd dropped their debut LP SremmLife back in January, and when it landed a spot on our 50 Best Albums Of 2015 So Far list I wrote about how readily the Brothers Sremm radiate fun. SremmLife is a record to party to, and as it turns out, the duo plan to keep that party… More »


Finnish Fans Can Now Get Refunds For Shitty Concerts

By James Rettig / 1:16 pm
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We’ve all been there: You get really excited to see an artist live and it ends up being a disappointment. Sometimes it’s out of their control — maybe they were sick, or you’re catching them on the tail-end of an exhausting tour. Other times, the band just isn’t great live. Typically, it’s the luck of… More »


LA Priest – “Learning To Love” Video

By Grace Birnstengel / 12:48 pm
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Samuel Eastgate aka Sam Dust began putting out solo music under the name LA Priest in 2007, around the peak of his time as the front man for Late Of The Pier, the popular British electro-quartet. Last week Eastgate put out his second solo record, Inji, his first in eight years. During that hiatus, Eastgate… More »


iLoveMakonnen – “No Ma’am” (Feat. Rome Fortune & Rich The Kid) Video

By Lisa Brown / 12:44 pm

Last month, Atlanta’s iLoveMakonnen dropped his “Super Chef” video and one-off track “Where Your Girl At?” Now he shares his trap house party video for “No Ma’am,” off his Drink More Water 5 mixtape. The transformative rapper stays busy trappin’ in his Chelsea jersey as he answers calls from clients. Rome Fortune makes an appearance… More »


Preview New M.I.A. Music And Visuals

By James Rettig / 12:33 pm

Over the past week, M.I.A. has been sharing new visuals and music on her social media accounts. As Pitchfork points out, it all seems to be tied to some project called “Matahdatha.” Some of the stuff she’s shared so far include a bunch of new press shots and what looks like a video shoot. One… More »


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