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This was a weird week in the music-video universe, and that was a good thing. Many of this week's videos (including those that didn't make it onto this list, like clipping.'s genuinely harrowing…   Read Story »
Last year, the Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth released his official debut album Guilt Trips, a gorgeous piece of work that flitted casually among genres but kept a mood running throughout. You can…   Read Story »
The Brooklyn rap duo Underachievers has been a favorite of ours since last year when they dropped two mix tapes (which led to two Mixtapes Of The Week) and a spot on the 40 Best New Bands and the 40…   Read Story »
The Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth earned Album Of The Week honors two months ago for his official debut LP Guilt Trips, a sharp collection of synth melodies and genre fusions. And now he's…   Read Story »
Just because three female rappers show up on one posse cut, that doesn't mean we're dealing with a Tumblr-rap "Ladies Night." One cool thing about "Spotless," the new track that unites the forever…   Read Story »
The Week That Was had already delivered to us a pretty impressive number of worthy songs for inclusion in this list, and then, outta nowhere, Death Grips dropped a whole new album, giving us 10 more…   Read Story »
Although Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth has moved on to releasing his own material, he first made a name for himself by slightly tweaking other people's songs in a way that turns them inside out…   Read Story »
In the past year or so, Yours Truly's Songs From Scratch series has been doing great work teaming up producers and vocalists who work well together and who might never otherwise interact. The great…   Read Story »
The Canadian producer Ryan Hemsworth dropped his debut album Guilt Trips recently and earned himself Album Of The Week honors in the process, but he's not slowing his busy…   Read Story »
Time to retire "cloud-rap." The term, coined by a friend of the site who would probably rather not be chained to it anymore, once served as a useful descriptor for a thing that was happening on rap's…   Read Story »