How To Dress Well – “Let U Know”

We celebrated the release of How To Dress Well’s new album “What Is This Heart?” (one of the best of the year so far) with an interview with Tom Krell, a European tour diary from him, and a... Read more »

iLoveMakonnen – “Down 4 So Long”

iLoveMakonnen’s big tracks like “Club Going Up On a Tuesday” and “I Don’t Sell Molly No More” were quirky and fun, but in our interview with him, we found out that there’s a deeper side to... Read more »

20 Producers Who Are Expanding The Sound of Hip-Hop

Rap as a genre is in a perpetual state of forward motion. Just as there will always be people yearning for the good old days, there will always be new generations of creators with no regard... Read more »

Ryan Hemsworth ft. UV Boi – “Gods”

Ryan Hemsworth has teamed up with UV Boi, and the results are pretty spectacular. The aptly named “Gods” features Hemsworth’s signature sound, alongside numerous flourishes by UV Boi. It’s a vivid track that makes use of... Read more »

Jessie Ware – “Share It All”

Jessie Ware is taking a unique approach to following up her debut. For her sophomore album, called Tough Love, she’s announced a tour that works a little differently from the norm. Instead of buying tickets, fans will have... Read more »

Premiere: Polarsets – “Madrid”

English bands, especially those from cities that are grey and rainy like Birmingham or Manchester, seem to love to make music with a tropical influence (maybe it’s escapism, maybe something else), and Newcastle-based Polarsets are no different.... Read more »

Kendall Elijah – “Biscuit Number One”

Kendall Elijah has been impressing us since he dropped “The Wild” all the way back in 2012, and he’s only gotten better since. Biscuit Number One is the latest EP by the young rapper/singer, and it’s perhaps his... Read more »

Uzi – “Lost in the Night”

Uzi has been operating in their own lane for years now, and the world is starting to catch up. Futuristic, tumblr-ready, lo-fi, whatever you want to call it, it’s starting to sound like a wave of... Read more »

Marz Leon – “Fire”

Just last month we introduced you to Marz Leon and her debut single “L O N E R”. She returns with a slower track, “Fire,” as a follow up. Unlike her previous single, “Fire” is far... Read more »

Listen to Young Fathers’ Ominous Remix of Tricky’s “Nicotine Love”

Tricky made his name with the dark and menacing take on trip-hop that was his 1995 debut album Maxinquaye, and he has been a constant innovator ever since. He’s back with a new album, Adrian Thaws, on... Read more »

Premiere: Lowell – “The Bells (dd elle Remix)”

Compared to Lowell’s other songs, “The Bells” is a little more laid back. She channels a breezy energy and sheds the punk vibes of some of her noisier work, but it still packs a punch. Producer... Read more »

12 Songs That Will Make Anyone a Jazz Fan

Sadly, many people associate jazz with elevator or background music, and for that reason feel like it's a boring genre. Well, the truth is, if you immediately associate jazz with elevator music, you are missing out,... Read more »

Slow Magic – “Hold Still”

Following his signing to Downtown Records, Slow Magic has announced a new album, How To Run Away (that’s the album’s gorgeous cover above). Following up 2012′s ▲, the album features the previously heard “Girls,” as well as a new cut... Read more »

Shura – “Just Once”

Following down a similarly emotional path as her last song “Touch,” U.K. singer/songwriter Shura has released a new track for our hearts to latch onto. The track is titled “Just Once,” and it’s a poignant story... Read more »

SBTRKT Announces New Album “Wonder Where We Land,” Listen to “New Dorp New York” Featuring Ezra Koenig Now

Yes, “New Dorp New York” really is the title of the first track from SBTRKT’s hotly anticipated second album, the follow-up to 2011′s SBTRKT. Premiered by Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1 a little earlier this evening,... Read more »