Happy Easter! Eat candy, get fat, fuck around with pastels, and take a time-out from your family gathering to catch up on new music from this week.
The Alabama Shakes aren’t doing anything new. Their music is grounded in soul and rock, but in 2012, it sounds as fresh as ever.
EDM is going mainstream, and you still don’t know the difference between House and Drum & Bass? Read this.
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros are back. Their sophomore album is on the way, and this second single is a sign of good things to come.
Johnny Cash’s life is pretty well-documented, but somehow Walk The Line left out the important stuff, like the story of Cash getting attacked by an ostrich.
Yup, France does hip-hop.
This year’s “Rolling In The Deep” has been remixed to death. Here are some of our favorites.
Drake treats with the visually-stunning video for “Take Care.” This is, of course, to be followed by the rowdiest Bar Mitzvah of all time as featured in Drake’s second video release of the week for “HYFR.”
The new track from Gambino has a lot of people talking, especially with that “die for my hood” line. Listen to it here and judge for yourself.
Kanye dropped G.O.O.D. Music’s first single with “Mercy,” but the name-drops in this one are what really caught the ‘net’s attention.
This is what happens when kids don’t have parents.