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Fall has fallen, as they say. As a result this month's mix of ten tracks delivered right on time for September's grand finale has all the classic ingredients of a prosperous autumn: rap, punk,…   Read Story »
From what we've heard so far -- "Cold Nites," "Ocean Floor For Everything" and "& It Was U" -- the new How To Dress Well record sounds to be the most assertive, fully-formed thing we've heard from…   Read Story »
How To Dress Well's Total Loss is out later this month, and today Tom Krell delivers the joyous "& It Was You," a spare, thumping R&B cut that finds Krell harmonizing with himself, pulling his voice…   Read Story »
Lo-fi R&B chamber-music type How To Dress Well will soon release Total Loss, his sophomore album, and we've already heard the album tracks "Ocean Floor For Everything" and "Cold Nites." On a bonus 7"…   Read Story »
Murky R&B mutater How To Dress Well announced the impending release of his sophomore album Total Loss a couple of months ago, and we posted the excellent first single "Ocean Floor For Everything."…   Read Story »
How To Dress Well's Tom Krell has been making the rounds lately in preparation for his Acéphale debut Total Loss, a release that he recently teased with the great single "Ocean Floor For…   Read Story »
The lo-fi R&B adventurer Tom Krell, who records as How To Dress Well, just announced that he'll release the sophomore album Total Loss later this year. And he's shared one track from it: An utterly…   Read Story »
As a part of the fundraising effort for music journalism venture AdHoc.fm, the founders have put together a compilation (and a box set, for a larger donation) featuring artists like Beach Fossils,…   Read Story »
A couple of weeks ago, we posted "h e r e i n h e a v e n 3," mutant R&B spectre How To Dress Well's cover of a track from the conceptual dance-pop duo elite gymnastics. And elite gymnastics have now…   Read Story »
It's the return of Remixtape, the feature where I listen to a tremendous amount of shitty blog-bait "X Remixes Y" tracks and weed out those worth your weed-out. (Right?) Volume 6 opens with this…   Read Story »