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The upcoming LP from Tom Krell's How To Dress Well, "What Is This Heart?", is one of the year's best -- following his remarkable live debut of the album last week in NYC, the record came in at #6 on…   Read Story »
Last night in New York City, Tom Krell debuted most of the songs from "What Is This Heart?", the highly anticipated third album of his influential experimental R&B project How To Dress Well. Yet the…   Read Story »
The real best music video of the week is this: the debut effort from Tyler Breeze, bad-guy male model character in WWE's developmental system, a sort of excessively narcissistic take on pre-personal…   Read Story »
When a music video ends with "to be continued," we've been conditioned not to believe it, but Tom Krell is the sort of person who follows up on things. Krell records as How To Dress Well, and his…   Read Story »
In just under a month, Tom Krell will release, "What Is This Heart?", his third album as How To Dress Well. In anticipation of that LP, he has now dropped NO WORDS TO SAY: Songs for "What Is This…   Read Story »
Last month, the insular R&B auteur Tom Krell, better known as How To Dress Well, shared the sharp and lovely "Repeat Pleasure," the first single from his eagerly awaited new album "What Is This…   Read Story »
A few years back, a critical mass of musicians started making R&B steeped in the sort of art-damaged signifiers indie rock has traditionally claimed as its own. This wasn't the first time rhythm &…   Read Story »
This week was all about surprises for us and that's reflected in the best songs of the week. There's the obvious literal one in those late-night drunk dials we've all been getting from Drake, but…   Read Story »
Tom Krell emerged a few years ago, releasing murky and mysterious lo-fi bedroom-R&B under the name How To Dress Well. Since then, he's added more shades and ideas to his sound and become an ever-more…   Read Story »
Next Tuesday marks the official start of SXSW's music conference -- which runs through next Sunday -- meaning a good percentage of the industry will be in Austin for the whole week. To account for…   Read Story »