Songs

Jagwar Ma – “Slipping”

Australian psych-dance outfit Jagwar Ma are set to release their sophomore album, Every Now & Then, in just over two weeks. We've already heard the…
Collin Robinson | 6:01 pm

Gucci Mane & Lil Wayne – “Oh Lord”

Gucci Mane's been on a roll this year ever since he got out of prison and unleashed Everybody Looking, along with a slew of other…

Meek Mill & Pusha T – “Black Moses” (Feat. Priscilla Renea)

The Birth Of A Nation hits theaters next week. It's a remake of the 1915 film Birth Of A Nation, which depicts a slave revolt…
Collin Robinson | 4:56 pm

Alex Izenberg – “To Move On” Video

Not many would equate the consumption of a hamburger with the process of moving on. Throwback piano man Alex Izenberg is one of the few,…
Margaret Farrell | 4:20 pm

Zeds Dead – “Stardust” (Feat. Twin Shadow)

Canadian production duo Zeds Dead have announced a new album called Northern Lights, and it boasts a pretty impressive guest list: Rivers Cuomo and Pusha…
James Rettig | 3:48 pm

The Weeknd – “False Alarm”

A week after sharing the Daft Punk collaboration "Starboy" and just a day after dropping the "Starboy" video, the Weeknd is back with another single…
Chris DeVille | 3:18 pm

La Sera – “Whole Lotta Love” (Led Zeppelin Cover)

Earlier this summer, La Sera frontwoman Katy Goodman teamed up with Greta Morgan to release Take It, It's Yours, an album of classic punk covers.
Tom Breihan | 3:01 pm

Mura Masa – “Love$ick” (Feat A$AP Rocky)

UK singer and producer Mura Masa is steady on the rise after building an impressive following on SoundCloud. He's worked with NAO and Shura in…
Collin Robinson | 1:30 pm

Hear Car Seat Headrest’s Piano-Heavy “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales” Live Rendition

Car Seat Headrest have a habit of switching up the arrangements of their songs in new and inventive ways when playing them live, and last…
James Rettig | 1:16 pm

Download Aesop Rock & Homeboy Sandman’s Free EP Lice Two: Still Buggin’

Last year, the wordy, dense, lyrically intricate East Coast underground rappers Aesop Rock and Homeboy Sandman teamed up for a fun, loose, playful free EP…
Tom Breihan | 12:51 pm

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Doubles – “Plant”

Out of the ashes of O-Face rises Doubles, a new four-piece started by some of the members of that group. They're now based in Philadelphia,…
James Rettig | 12:14 pm

Empire Of The Sun – “To Her Door'” (Feat. Lindsay Buckingham)

Empire Of The Sun’s latest single, "To Her Door," breaks down regret and atonement after an argument with a beloved in uncomplicated terms. "I feel…
Margaret Farrell | 12:13 pm

Stream Goat Requiem

The mysterious Swedish psych-rock collectives wear mock-tribal masks, lace their guitar freakouts with bursts of percussion, and boast a whole elaborate made-up backstory. They have…
Tom Breihan | 12:10 pm

Stream Opeth Sorceress

Beloved Swedish prog-metal stalwarts Opeth are set to drop their latest effort, Sorceress, tomorrow. We've already heard the title track, "Will O The Wisp," and…
Collin Robinson | 12:08 pm

Phantogram – “You’re Mine”

Phantogram's new album, Three, is finally coming out next week after a long lead-up that started back in May and included the singles "You Don't
James Rettig | 11:41 am

Lower Dens – “Maneater” (Hall & Oates Cover) (Studio Version)

Last year, Lower Dens covered Hall & Oates' 1982 hit "Maneater" for a SiriusXMU live in-studio session, and the track has consistently popped up in…
James Rettig | 11:11 am

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Euanwhosarmy – “For Nothing” (Feat. Lyndsey Lupe)

Before he staked out his own dark, muttery corner of the Bristol trip-hop universe, Tricky made dark, muttery music with Massive Attack. After separating from…
Peter Helman | 11:00 am

Fucked Up – “This Mother Forever”

Toronto hardcore band Fucked Up have shared a new single called "This Mother Forever," which drummer Jonah Falco teased back in April. It's 16 minutes…
James Rettig | 10:55 am

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Many Voices Speak – “Video Child”

At the risk of propagating yet another music journalism cliché, "Video Child," the debut track from Swedish newcomers Many Voices Speak, is nostalgic. Maybe it's…
Bruce Hamilton | 10:39 am
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