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Yesterday, we heard "Ice," the new conspicuous-consumption anthem from Three 6 Mafia veteran Juicy J. It has a beat from Mike Will Made-It and verses from Future and A$AP Ferg, and it's kind of a…   Read Story »
The improbably commercial resurgence of veteran Memphis drunk-rap overlord Juicy J is one of the great feel-good stories in the last few years of rap music. And Juicy doesn't look like he's slowing…   Read Story »
SBTRKT teamed with all sorts of intriguing musicians for his upcoming Wonder Where We Land; so far we've heard his collaborations with Ezra Koenig, Sampha, and Raury. "Voices In My Head," the latest…   Read Story »
Earlier this summer, the old-school R&B siren Elle Varner released the A$AP Ferg-assisted "Don't Wanna Dance," a lovely party song about not wanting to be at a party. The track's new video tells the…   Read Story »
We warned you that it was coming, and now it's here: HAIM's ridiculous and cameo-packed video for the Days Are Gone highlight "My Song 5." The video turns out to be for the remixed A$AP Ferg version…   Read Story »
"My Song 5" is an anomaly on HAIM's great debut album Days Are Gone: A seesawing, fearsome almost-dubstep digital-bass attack. Honestly, I'm surprised it hasn't become a single yet; it does, after…   Read Story »
Three years ago, the masked, mysterious London dance producer SBTRKT released his self-titled debut album, which showed how sparse, architectural club music could absolutely work as pop if you did it…   Read Story »
With her 2012 debut album Perfectly Imperfect, Elle Varner proved you can still make compelling R&B in a traditionalist mold. She's been leaking promising material from follow-up 4 Letter Word…   Read Story »
HAIM's debut album Days Are Gone is nine months old now, and it hasn't remotely stopped sounding amazing. The album's biggest curveball remains "My Song 5," with its gigantic seesawing almost-dubstep…   Read Story »
Rap's underground is in a fascinating place right now; all these weird-as-fuck voices from vastly different backgrounds, in the right situation, can come together and make really good music together.…   Read Story »