Bishop Nehru is Having a Moment

It’s a grey, wet evening in Manchester and the streets are filled with people. The cab drivers' explanation is the soccer game set to kick off soon, but the cat-emblazoned t-shirts and Supreme caps suggest otherwise.... Read more »

A Guide to Coachella 2014 Weekend Two, By Someone Who Went to Weekend One

Coachella 2014 Weekend One is over. The celebrities have been spotted, the surprises have happened, and the sets have been broadcasted for all to see. The thing is, you have a Weekend Two wristband. You've been... Read more »

15 Indie Rockers Who Would Probably Make Great Rappers

Between indie rock and hip-hop, only a handful of collaborations or crossovers have sprung up over the years that you could point to as important moments in music. However, there has always been a mutual respect... Read more »

Who Said It: Yoko Ono or Buddha?

Yoko Ono has always been woman all about love and peace. Spreading that message is something she’s passionate about and now thanks to advancements in technology, Yoko can spread her words of wisdom to a larger... Read more »

What Happened To Those Bands? 15 Indie Buzz Bands Who Disappeared

How does a band get popular? Prolonged touring, word of mouth from a loyal fanbase, and some meaningful press are big keys to lasting success. But what happens when you mash the recipe for long term... Read more »

Reva DeVito – “Friday Night” (Prod. Kaytranada)

Oregon-based songstress Reva DeVito has teamed up with Canadian producer Kaytranada for their latest release, “Friday Night.” The song is a nocturnal tune powered by DeVito’s jazzy, energetic vocals, while Kaytranada lays down a pulsing, synth-driven... Read more »

Cut Copy – “Like Any Other Day”

Australian dance-rockers Cut Copy have just released “Like Any Other Day,” a new song set to appear as a B-side on their forthcoming Record Store Day release. A spacey, echoing groove, the track drifts between soaring... Read more »

Watch Lykke Li Perform an Acoustic Version of Her New Song “Gunshot”

Lykke Li just released “Gunshot” yesterday, and we’ve already got an acoustic version. This performance was exclusively for H&M Life. If it’s good enough for Lykke Li, it’s good enough for me. I am now going to... Read more »

Shura – “Touch (Delorean Remix)”

Shura wowed us with “Touch,” the first song of hers on Soundcloud, and a perfect pop gem in the lane of Blood Orange or HAIM’s slower moments. While you wait for new music from Shura, enjoy this... Read more »

Premiere: Pyramid Vritra – “Spool (Denzel Himself Remix)”

Denzel Himself is a 19-year-old rapper/producer hailing from South London, and for his latest work, he’s teamed up with Los Angeles-based Pyramid Vritra for an official “Spool” remix. “This is my first official remix for an... Read more »

Premiere: Collarbones – “Burnout”

Two Bright Lakes, the Australian indie label who brought us music from Oscar Key Sung and Banoffee, have another artist from Down Under to get people excited about. Melding R&B and electronic production with lush, spacious... Read more »

Young Thug – “Chickens”

If you hated Lil Wayne a few years ago, when he was wildly singing about meandering themes almost always involving pussy and drugs, chances are Young Thug’s “Chickens” is not going to be your favorite new... Read more »

Raekwon Goes “On Strike” from Wu-Tang Clan

All is not well at Camp Wu-Tang. Even as the group plans to release their new album A Better Tomorrow (in historic fashion), the divide between Raekwon and RZA seems to be growing wider than ever.... Read more »

Watch FKA Twigs Perform in New York City For the First Time

After gaining traction with striking videos like “Water Me” and “Papi Pacify,” the hype around British singer FKA Twigs’ SXSW appearance was strong. But at the last minute, Twigs cancelled her SXSW plans in order to finish working on... Read more »

Chromeo ft. Ezra Koenig from Vampire Weekend – “Ezra’s Interlude”

With their album White Women out May 12, Chromeo have shared another song from the record, “Ezra’s Interlude.” With Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig on vocals, the short track is a departure from the bouncy, funk and disco fueled party... Read more »

Bishop Nehru is Having a Moment

It’s a grey, wet evening in Manchester and the streets are filled with people. The cab drivers' explanation is the soccer game set to kick off soon, but the cat-emblazoned t-shirts and Supreme caps suggest otherwise.... Read more »

Kanye West and Common Join Forces to Create 20,000 Jobs For Chicago Youth, Announce Fund-Raising Festival

With a recent study by the Chicago Urban League reporting that over 90% of Chicago’s black male teens are unemployed, two Chi-town natives are teaming up to try and help the youth. Kanye West’s company Donda’s... Read more »

Sky Ferreira Defends Her “I Blame Myself” Video After Accusations of Racism

Yesterday, Sky Ferreira released the video to her Night Time, My Time song “I Blame Myself.” The clip featured Ferreira as a makeshift leader for a gang, with intermittent cut-to’s of the group performing a choreographed... Read more »

Video: Laurel – “Nicotine Dreams”

In the wake of her To The Hills EP, singer/producer Laurel releases a video for “Nicotine Dreams.” The video was directed by Hunger’s creative director Vicky Lawton, and while there’s nothing explicitly evil or menacing about... Read more »

A Guide to Coachella 2014 Weekend Two, By Someone Who Went to Weekend One

Coachella 2014 Weekend One is over. The celebrities have been spotted, the surprises have happened, and the sets have been broadcasted for all to see. The thing is, you have a Weekend Two wristband. You've been... Read more »