Archive for March, 2014

Lucki Eck$ – “All Senses”

Here’s the latest from Chicago’s Lucki Eck$, one of our favorite new artists and recent addition to Danny Brown’s tour. This Hot Sugar-prodcued song is part of the Closed Sessions, a documentary series that gives you... Read more »

Video: Erik Hassle ft. Tinashé – “Innocence Lost”

Erik Hassle and Tinashé released one of the best alt-R&B cuts in rotation right now with “Innocence Lost,” and today, they’ve shared its accompanying visuals. Setting the pace perfectly, the moody black-and-white video features shots of... Read more »

Blooms – “Lust”

Irish-born, London-based Blooms’ latest outing “Lust” makes a sultry trifecta for the emergent singer on the heels of prior releases “Skin” and “If I.” Woozy and slow-burning (and once again produced by Sacred Animals, who seems... Read more »

Chuck Inglish ft. Action Bronson – “Gametime”

There’s a lot of pressure to generate something that packs a punch when your song is only two minutes long. But as per usual, the best thing to do is to just keep it simple, which... Read more »

Watch Waka Flocka Flame Rip Out a Man’s Eyeball in the New Freeway and Girl Talk Video

Girl Talk and Freeway are plotting a free EP called Broken Ankles, due April 8, and for “Tolerated,” they got Waka Flocka Flame for a verse. They also put together one of the most gloriously absurd... Read more »

Video: SOHN Performs “Bloodflows” For Intimate 4AD Session

As promised, SOHN and 4AD have shared the third installment of the producer’s performance series, which sees him playing “Bloodflows” in a very fitting and ominously red room. In addition to last week’s “The Wheel” and... Read more »

Yung Lean: The Saddest Gig I’ve Ever Been To

Yung Lean is a name you've probably heard about in passing, possibly as a joke. You might have chosen to simply ignore. It’s easy to brush off his surreal lyricism, lazy flow, and broken English as... Read more »

Best New Artists of the Month: March 2014

Finding new artists is easier than ever, but this creates a problem: it's harder than ever to filter through it all and keep tabs on what's really good. With so many artists popping up every day,... Read more »

Tyler, The Creator Doesn’t Want to Make an “Earlwolf” Album

Sad news for Odd Future fans today. Tyler, the Creator has all but nixed plans for Earlwolf, his album with Earl Sweatshirt. Here’s the statement, via his spring.me account: “im serious. i dont want to do... Read more »

Conor Oberst – “Governor’s Ball”

As Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst gears up for the release of his forthcoming album, Upside Down Mountain, he shares another new track from the project titled “Governor’s Ball,” which follows the excellent “Hundreds of Ways.” Here’s... Read more »

Watch Nardwuar’s Interview With Future

If you follow Nardwuar on Instagram, then you’ll know that he kept really busy at SXSW and interviewed a number of artists during his time there. Today, The Human Serviette shares his interview with Future. The... Read more »

Listen to The Flaming Lips’ Companion Album to “Dark Side Of The Moon” and “The Wizard Of Oz”

In high school, my best friend at the time was a huge Pink Floyd fan. One night he made us sit down and watch The Wizard of Oz, while his vinyl of Dark Side Of The... Read more »

Premiere: Wrestlers x D’Angelo Lacy x Twin Shadow – “Say Anything”

Red Bull killed it at SXSW with their Sound Select stage which featured (over four nights) Earl Sweatshirt and Lil Herb, Twin Shadow and Jagwar Ma, Sleigh Bells and Tink, and a great show from Danny... Read more »

Stream EMA’s New Album “The Future’s Void”

EMA has already shared a few songs off her upcoming sophomore album, including the fantastic “3Jane.” Today, we get to hear the album in full a week before its official release on April 8. Aside from... Read more »

There’s a New Michael Jackson Album Coming in May

Posthumous albums from music legends always yield mixed reactions. Without the artist’s input, the music is left in other people’s hands, and if it doesn’t turn out well, fans and critics will let their feelings be... Read more »