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A year ago, the Glasgow synthpop three-piece Chvrches made a name for themselves with their single "Recover," the earliest indication we heard that they were something special. Now, Chvrches have…   Read Story »
A few days late but stacked with excellence, here is your collection of May's absolute jams. For optimal ease of consumption, you'll find it here in three forms: a 12-track downloadable zip of the…   Read Story »
Last month, Cassie, the queen of breathy-robot electro-R&B, released her insanely great RockaByeBaby mixtape, which would still be the year's best mixtape if Chance The Rapper's Acid Rap hadn't come…   Read Story »
The Brooklyn-based dance producer Kingdom, whose tracks presage many of the more melodic and rap-friendly forms of dance music currently in ascendance, is getting ready to release the new EP Vertical…   Read Story »
This month's Remixtape begins with a wistful twist (Clams Casino, a Gold Panda redo of Lykke Li, Phone Tag tagging up Small Black's "New Chain," Creep working on Planning To Rock) and ends on a pop…   Read Story »
A few weeks back James Blake told SPIN, "Remixing is like musical prostitution." Ha -- relax, James Blake. This is the column in which we beg to differ. Much in the spirit of our inaugural Remixtape…   Read Story »
Back again with another monthly mix which, per its title, you should continue to expect monthly. We're glad you guys enjoyed the last installment, and thoroughly appreciate the feedback. In case you…   Read Story »
Last night our STEREO★GUN collaboration with PopGun Booking went down on both floors of Santos Party House. Sometime from when we organized it, to the actual happening, people got especially…   Read Story »
If live music is a thing you enjoy, you could do worse than to visit our fair city next week -- from like noon until whenever you get tossed out of your evening destination, from Tuesday to Saturday,…   Read Story »
I like that everything Kingdom touches turns to midnight. For instance, see how the Class Of 2010's resident DJ reconstitutes Sleigh Bells's Treats opener "Tell 'Em." There's a reason we…   Read Story »