The 10 Best Twin Peaks References in Music

Twin Peaks, one of the most beloved TV shows in history, was canceled too soon. It was groundbreaking, surreal, and packed with style. It not only influenced countless shows and movies, it also influenced a large... Read more »

15 Songs With Kids Singing the Chorus

There's something about kids voices singing a chorus that can make it so damn catchy, and turn a song from a solid album cut into a hit. Artists know this, and have been employing the technique... 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. Enjoy.... 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 »

20 Producers Who Are Expanding The Sound of Hip-Hop

Rap as a genre is in a perpetual state of forward motion. Just as there will always be people yearning for the good old days, there will always be new generations of creators with no regard... Read more »

El-P and Killer Mike’s “Run The Jewels 2″ Album Sounds Awesome So Far, Listen to a Snippet Now

El-P and Killer Mike’s Run The Jewels album was one of our favorites of last year (and it was free!), so when we heard they were making a follow up, we were pretty damn excited. El-P’s recent tweets,... Read more »

DP ft. Brooklyn Taylor – “Glitch”

We’re still hyped off the gritty, punishing tracks “Jabar” and “Glass Casket,” and Virginia’s DP is already back with more music. New one “Glitch,” produced by Brooklyn Taylor who also features, sticks to DP’s winning formula—lots... Read more »

The 10 Best Twin Peaks References in Music

Twin Peaks, one of the most beloved TV shows in history, was canceled too soon. It was groundbreaking, surreal, and packed with style. It not only influenced countless shows and movies, it also influenced a large... Read more »

Premiere: Paperwhite – “Take Me Back”

It would be easy to argue that we’re reaching critical mass with the amount of ’80s-influenced synth-pop bands around lately, but sometimes you find a band that truly does it right. One of those is the... Read more »

Video: BANKS – “Beggin For Thread”

So far, BANKS‘ videos have been moody and minimal (watch “This Is What It Feels Like,” “Drowning,” and “Brain” to remind yourself) and her latest is no different. “Beggin For Thread” was only released last week, and now... Read more »

Video: Beck – “Heart is a Drum”

It’s always fun when artists reference their past, especially with a past weird as Beck’s. In the latest video for a track from Beck’s Morning Phase record, Beck pays tribute to his stranger past with a man in... Read more »

Kate Boy – “Self Control”

Kate Boy impressed last year with a string of catchy yet dark electronic driven pop singles, but we haven’t really heard much them since. Fortunately, they’ve finally returned today with a new song in tow. The... Read more »

Danny Brown Announces Bruiser Brigade Album Title and Release Date, Collaborations with The Avalanches and More

Those looking forward to new music from Danny Brown’s crew Bruiser Brigade will be pleased to know that their forthcoming album has received a title and release date. Reign Supreme will be released sometime in October. In other news,... Read more »

It Is a Business After All: How Features in Rap Work

We've all seen this go down. Rap Internet's peanut gallery froths at the mouth, both mirth and rage fill a tight space of 140 characters, and predictions only fit for a weatherman are made. O' praise... Read more »

Listen to Rome Fortune and Suicideyear Connect on “Trap Lady”

Atlanta rapper Rome Fortune’s productivity has been at an all-time high lately, and today, he keeps his hot streak going with “Trap Lady,” an excellent collaborative track with Baton Rouge producer suicideyear. The Southern influence is... Read more »

Astronomyy – “There For U (demo)”

With the title implying that this is merely a demo, assuming that “There For U” might sound unfinished seems fair, but it’s certainly not the case here. Astronomyy’s breathy vocals are faint at first, but even when the... Read more »

Allan Kingdom ft. Kevin Abstract – “Already”

Allan Kingdom and Kevin Abstract are two rising rappers doing things their own way, so a collaborative track only makes sense. The MaffYuu-produced “Already” finds a perfect middle ground for the two adventurous rappers, with a... Read more »

Watch Benjamin Clementine’s Striking “Condolence” Video

What first blew us away about Benjamin Clementine was his voice—deep, guttural, and primal. That voice is still in effect on new track “Condolence,” but Clementine doesn’t let rip with it as he did on his... Read more »

Video: Karen O – “Rapt”

Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs is readying the release of her debut solo album, Crush Songs. The album comprises of material she wrote when she was 27 (she’s 35 now), and today we’ve gotten our first taste... Read more »

Elder Island – “Garden”

Elder Island, the Bristol-based trio who we introduced with this Daily Discovery feature and the song “What It’s Worth” are back with a new song, the third from their debut EP. Just as on “Big Unknown” that pop... Read more »