Constant Gardner

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Video: Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me”

The title of Flying Lotus’ new album is You’re Dead!, and when we spoke to the L.A. based rapper, producer, and creator he talked about death fair bit too. The video for “Never Catch Me,” his brilliant... Read more »

Sylas – “Shore”

British duo Sylas impressed us with their first song, “Hollow,” so much so that we named them one of the best new artists of September. Now they’re back with track number two, “Shore,” which shows off another side... Read more »

Premiere: Xul Zolar – “Ilajaly”

Xul Zolar are a three piece from Cologne in Germany, not that you’d know that from their vocals, which sound as English as Friendly Fires, Troumaca, or similar bands dabbling in this tropical-feeling blend of jangly indie-rock and electronic... Read more »

Premiere: Download Captain Planet’s Lush “Cicada”

Captain Planet’s chosen artist name seems very apt for his new album, a globe-trotting collection of beats and collaborations with artists from Argentina, Brazil, Sudan, Germany, America, and more. On “Cicada,” which is available for free download... Read more »

Tinashe ft. Devonté Hynes – “Bet”

Tinashe has a history of collaborating with some of our favorite artists, and that streak continues with “Bet,” which features Dev Hynes. Whether it’s A$AP Rocky on her last single, ScHoolboy Q on “2 On,” or work with... Read more »

Stream SBTRKT’s New Album “Wonder Where We Land”

We’ve been excited about SBTRKT’s second album Wonder Where We Land since we first got a chance to hear it back in July, and now the full stream has been shared. The album is released today in the UK... Read more »

Thom Yorke’s New Music Has Been Downloaded Over 250,000 Times From BitTorrent Since Friday

On Friday, Thom Yorke dropped a surprise album called Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, available to purchase digitally through BitTorrent (also available on vinyl here). The eight-track album cost $6.00, and it was necessary to download a BitTorrent client in order to... Read more »

18+ – “All The Time”

US duo 18+ made one of the weirder entries for catchiest song of the summer competition with “Crow,” a wonderfully weird futuro-R&B song that used bird noises as part of the neck-snapping beat. Now, they’ve announced their debut... Read more »

Daily Discovery: Tula Are a Swedish Five Piece Making Dreamy Pop in Berlin

First impressions are important, whether they are of people or music, but don't let the fact that your introduction to Tula is through a cover of a Chris Isaak cover make you think that they are... Read more »

Listen to Wiki From Ratking’s US Remix of Skepta’s Grime Anthem “That’s Not Me”

Ratking’s music has a grime-like (and just straight grimy) energy, so it makes sense that Wiki from the group would jump on Skepta and JME’s 2014 grime anthem “That’s Not Me.” On top of the remix, they... Read more »

Thom Yorke Releases Surprise New Album Through BitTorrent, Listen to “A Brain In A Bottle”

Earlier this week Thom Yorke started teasing new music when he shared a picture of an unnamed white record. Was it new Radiohead? New Atoms For Peace? New solo material? Now, it seems, we have the answer—it was... Read more »

Wiley, The Godfather of Grime, is Back and Sounding as Good as Ever With “On A Level”

Wiley seems like a pretty unpredictable guy. Follow him on Twitter for a while and you’ll soon catch the full extent of his commitment to not holding back with his opinions, but musically as well it’s almost impossible... Read more »

Premiere: Turan Streams His Ambitious New EP and Shares 5 Underground UK Artists to Look Out For

Turan has impressed us with each new song and video that he's shared from his new EP Persistence of Memory, and now the whole project is here, it's easy to see that he is an artist... Read more »

Listen to Jay Electronica on the Remix of Common and Vince Staples’ “Kingdom”

It feels like Jay Electronica is building up to actually releasing that long-awaited album. He’s been more visible recently, appearing at festivals, speaking publicly about his struggles with drugs, and even telling MTV a couple of days ago... Read more »

Premiere: Niia x The Range – “David’s House”

Niia has had an interesting career so far, with her vocals featured on Wyclef Jean’s “Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)” in 2007 and in commercials for big brands like Subway, before a stint as an experimental jazz singer... Read more »