Jamie xx: Sharing The Good Times

Read our first ever premium feature with British producer Jamie xx, who is stepping out of the shadows and into the spotlight with his bold debut album 'In Colour.' We sat down to talk missing home... Read more »

Best Songs of the Month

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 rounded up the best songs from the past month. Here are the songs... Read more »

Music Recommendations Based on the Artists You Already Like

There's still nothing quite as effective as a friend saying, "You like so-and-so? Check this out." Today, we are that friend, with recommendations for artists to check out if you like Madvillian, Lorde, Rustie, and more.... Read more »

My First Time: Aesop Rock Remembers 1996

In the 20 years he's been rapping, Aesop Rock has established himself as one of hip-hop's pioneering poets. But it had to start somewhere. Back in 1996, Aesop was just a fine arts student with a... Read more »

11 Things We Learned From A$AP Rocky’s ‘A.L.L.A.’ Album

A$AP Rocky's second studio album and third full length project, At.Long.Last.A$AP, was supposed to be coming out on June 2, but it was surprise released earlier today, May 26. This is what we've learned from the... Read more »

These People are Way Too Excited that ‘Surf’ Dropped

Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment ended a long, long wait last night when they finally decided to release Surf. The album is beautiful, a cohesive, complex piece of art that is as ambitious as it... Read more »

Premiere: Stream Ghost Loft’s ‘Chocolate Haze’ EP

Ghost Loft is Los Angeles-based artist Danny Choi, and he’s made his mark with remixes for The Neighbourhood, Little Daylight, and Janine and the Mixtape. But songs like “The Otherside” hinted that Choi had some original song... Read more »

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler Played New Kanye West Last in a DJ Set Last Night

Arcade Fire’s Win Butler DJs under the name DJ Windows 98 (because why the hell not), and last night his crowd where in for a very special surprise. Butler dropped (what sounds 99.9% like) some unreleased... Read more »

Ta-ku ft. Atu – “Long Time No See”

If you’ve been reading P&P for any length of time, you’ll already know that we love Ta-ku. The Australian producer is a beast, whether he’s remixing other people’s tracks or dropping his own beautiful creations. Last... Read more »

Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch is On the Market for $100 Million

By now, it’s a fairy tale, albeit a dark one: Michael Jackson’s life, once so filled with joy and talent, was mired by accusations of child abuse once he reached adulthood. It all ended tragically in... Read more »

Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright” Video Looks Like It’s Going to be Crazy

So far, 2015 has proven to be a really great year for music. Artists have begun to step up the quality of music again, as well as the quality of the accompanying videos. Just last month,... Read more »

Jamie xx: Sharing The Good Times

Read our first ever premium feature with British producer Jamie xx, who is stepping out of the shadows and into the spotlight with his bold debut album 'In Colour.' We sat down to talk missing home... Read more »

Beyoncé’s Discography Could Soon Be Removed from TIDAL

For better or for worse, Jay Z’s streaming service TIDAL continues to make headlines. However, the most recent news may not go over well with many fans. Sony and TIDAL have been in ongoing negotiations over... Read more »

Best Songs of the Month

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 rounded up the best songs from the past month. Here are the songs... Read more »

Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment Release ‘Surf’ For Free on iTunes

Here’s something you don’t see often: free music on iTunes. Appropriate for a group called The Social Experiment, though, Surf is available on iTunes now, and you won’t be charged for downloading it. We’ve been waiting... Read more »