Halflife – “Subtle” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 2, 2015
The British actor and rapper Riz Ahmed was great in the 2014 movie Nightcrawler, in which he played Jake Gyllenhaal's assistant. And he might've been even better on the Swet Shop Boys EP, which he made with Heems. He's now half of Halflife, a new project with the dubstep producer Distance, and we posted… More »


Stream Clare Maguire Don’t Mess Me Around EP

By Caitlin White / March 2, 2015
I fell in love with Clare Maguire when she was making the soft-spoken, intimate folk of her self-titled EP. You should listen to it if you haven't heard it because it's excellent. But that doesn't mean I'm not here for new her brash, uptempo EP Don't Mess Me Around. Few artists can vacillate… More »


Kanye Shares New Kanye-isms In Oxford University Lecture

By Caitlin White / March 2, 2015
Kanye West has been on a tear lately as he promotes his recently confirmed new album So Help Me God. His latest appearance was as a guest lecturer at Oxford University, where 5,000 students entered a lottery for the 350 spots to attend. The lecture, which was hosted by the Oxford Guild Business Society,… More »


Action Bronson – “Baby Blue” (Feat. Chance The Rapper) (Prod. Mark Ronson)

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Action Bronson's latest Mr. Wonderful single "Baby Blue" reunites him with Chance The Rapper, who contributes one of his signature raspy, sing-song hooks (co-written by Zane Lowe!) and raps the final verse. Bronsolino delivers plenty of quotables as usual, and Mark Ronson's beat is a bright and radio-friendly callback to his work with Amy Winehouse… More »


Pupppy – “Beans” (Stereogum Premiere)

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 2, 2015
Purchase, NY has bred an intimidating young scene over the past five years, one not easily rivaled by any of the Empire State's other musical epicenters. Mitski, LVL Up, Porches, and Crying are just a few notable names who hail from the college town, and now, Pupppy can be added to that list. Pupppy originated… More »


Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon A Time In Shaolin Comes Out In 88 Years

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Last spring the world got a brief preview of Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, the secret Wu-Tang Clan album that will be released in a limited edition of 1 and auctioned off to the highest bidder. That might be all most of us hear from the project for the rest of our… More »


Holly Miranda – “All I Want Is To Be Your Girl”

By Caitlin White / March 2, 2015
Usher in the era of women who aren't afraid to ask to be fucked. "We could fuck in the sun and dance till dawn," Holly Miranda sings in a matter-of-fact, filtered vocal on "All I Want Is To Be Your Girl," stripped of all the qualms and metaphors that usually render most pop song propositio… More »


Faith Healer – “Canonized”

By Aaron Lindenberg / March 2, 2015
Jessica Jalbert is the brains behind Edmonton's Faith Healer, whose music is like a cross section of '60s psychedelia and lo-fi bedroom recordings. Jalbert's voice is understated yet bold, and it fits like a glove over tracks that range from Byrds-esque jangles to garage rock freak-outs. On "Canonized," the newest track from the… More »


Kanye West – “All Day” (Feat. Allan Kingdom & Theophilus London)

By Chris DeVille / March 2, 2015
Kanye West debuted his much-leaked single "All Day" at the Brit Awards last week, and now a studio version has emerged. The So Help Me God song's bouncy, bass-heavy beat also features verses from Allan Kingdom and Theophilus London, and a massive "Monster"/"Black Skinhead"-style riff slices through the track from time… More »


Inventions – “Escapers”

By Tom Breihan / March 2, 2015
Inventions, the duo of Eluvium's Matthew T. Cooper and Explosions In The Sky's Mark T. Smith, are about to release Maze Of Woods, their second album of glassy organic ambient music, out into the world. We've posted the early tracks "Springwords" and "Peregrine," as well as the Field's remix of the latter. More »


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