A History of Lil B’s Obsession With Feet

Lil B has already worked on removing the stigmas from so many taboos, such as female to male analingus. "GIRLS keep telling me to sit on there face on DM ima let one of these girls... Read more »

15 Free Songs You Should Download Right Now

Every Sunday we collect the best free music we can find and put it all in one place. If you fell behind or just feel like building up your iTunes, we've got you covered. Here are... Read more »

5 On It: Respect the Unexpected

5 On It is a feature that looks at five of the best under-the-radar rap findings from the past week, highlighting new or recently discovered artists, or interesting obscurities. Meet Atlanta’s COMMAND and get lost in... Read more »

Best Songs of the Week

With so much good music steadily coming through, it's easy to miss out on some of the best. To help prevent this, we've picked some of our favorite tracks from the week. Here are the songs... Read more »

Music Recommendations Based on the Artists You Already Like (September 2014)

It's 2014, and human beings are still trying to figure out how to automate music discovery. Trends come and go, new services pop up and disappear, and a music discovery app is created, marketed, and killed... Read more »

Video Premiere: Gosh Pith – “Waves”

By Lauren Schwartzberg Detroit-based Gosh Pith have mostly stayed under-the-radar since dropping their attractively woozy first single “Waves,” about two months ago. With its deep, slowed-down bass and reverberating vocals, it made me anxious for a time... Read more »

Spotify Songs You Hate Can Now Be Denied Automatically

At long last, there is a way to block Nickelback on Spotify. That’s how the homepage for Denied greets visitors, but the app is fully capable of blocking other bands or songs as well. The function is... Read more »

Video: Rosie Lowe – “Water Came Down”

If you want to make interesting pop music with depth, working with Dave Okumu and Kwes is definitely a good move. British singer Rosie Lowe worked with the two of them on her debut EP Right Thing, an... Read more »

Paul McCartney Really Wants You to Stop Eating Meat on Monday

Paul McCartney may be best known as a Beatle, but that’s about to change because he just wrote the best song of his life. It’s called “Meat Free Monday,” and it’s a song about not eating... Read more »

Announcing flex., a Party in Brooklyn Featuring Lil Silva, Waldo, and Tim Vocals

What: flex. When: Oct 1st and then every other month Where: Villain Starting in October, Mean Red will be throwing a party called flex., bringing unique experiences to unconventional spaces. For the first installation, they’ve got Lil... Read more »

Watch The Animated Video for SBTRKT and Ezra Koenig’s “NEW DORP. NEW YORK.”

New SBTRKT material has been coming thick and fast in the past few weeks. We’ve had “Higher” with Raury, “The Light” with Denai Moore, and “Voices In My Head” with A$AP Ferg as well as the... Read more »

Download “Free At Last,” Childish Gambino’s Collaboration With U.K. Producer S-X

UK producer S-X had had enough. It had been a full year since his debut single featuring Childish Gambino was ready to go, and “things had stalled.” So: The song is “Free At Last,” and it... Read more »

Listen to Two of Dev Hynes’ Rejected Demos For Britney Spears

Back in June of 2013, tweets between Dev Hynes and confirmed Britney Spears collaborators William Orbit and Naughty Boy hinted that Dev was working on the new Britney album too. The album, titled Britney Jean, would go... Read more »

What Are Thom Yorke and Radiohead Teasing?

We learned this summer that Radiohead would be regrouping in September to “rehearse and record,” according to guitarist Johnny Greenwood. Well, it’s September. And true to their word, Radiohead is doing…something. Greenwood and frontman Thom Yorke... Read more »

Daily Discovery: Sylas, a Brian Eno-Approved Duo Splitting Time Between England and Germany

Aesop is the London-based label that brought us SOHN's debut single "The Wheel," and more recently TALA's fantastic debut EP The Duchess. Clearly, they have a great eye (and ear) for new artists, and with Sylas,... Read more »

Premiere: Young Rising Sons – “High (Bleachers Remix)”

Bleachers and Young Rising Sons have a similar talent for coming up with relentlessly huge hooks and a stadium-sized sound, so this joining-of-worlds makes perfect sense. Bleachers (the project of Fun.’s Jack Antonoff) put his spin on... Read more »

A History of Lil B’s Obsession With Feet

Lil B has already worked on removing the stigmas from so many taboos, such as female to male analingus. "GIRLS keep telling me to sit on there face on DM ima let one of these girls... Read more »

ZHU – “Gun” (CHVRCHES Cover)

ZHU kept us on tenterhooks when he first started releasing deep dance gems like “Faded” and “Superfriends.” Back then, the producer was known only as “user601586061,” but thanks to some real-live journalism we’ve learned a bit... Read more »

Watch Kanye West’s Surprise Performance at Chicago’s AAHH! Festival

Yesterday marked the very first AAHH! Fest in Chicago’s Union Park. Presented by Common and Donda’s House, the event was hosted by Dave Chappelle, and featured performances by Common, De La Soul, Lupe Fiasco, Jay Electronica,... Read more »

Oceaán – “Grip”

Oceaán’s debut EP was a sparkling mix of R&B-influenced vocals, catchy hooks, and a definite dance music influence, but now the Manchester-based producer has taken things to another level. “Grip” is wonderfully unique, a little less immediately accessible... Read more »