“It’s absolutely a dream come true”: Caribou on His Career So Far and His Deeply Personal New Album

Dan Snaith has made music as Manitoba, Caribou, and Daphni over the course of six albums and 15 years as a recording artist. Whether making gentle IDM, psychedelic electronica, lo-fi pop, straight house and techno, or... Read more »

13 New Artists to Check Out at CMJ 2014

CMJ Music Marathon 2014 goes down in New York this week, October 21-25, and lots of great artists—both the well-known and the stars of the future—will be in the city. You can check out all the... Read more »

15 Free Songs You Should Download Right Now

Every Sunday we collect the best free music we can find and put it all in one place. If you fell behind or just feel like building up your iTunes, we've got you covered. Here are... Read more »

5 On It: From the Strip Club to the Street to the Bed Room

5 On It is a feature that looks at five of the best under-the-radar rap findings from the past week, highlighting new or recently discovered artists, or interesting obscurities. Here’s a moody anthem for whatever strip-club... Read more »

Best Songs of the Week

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 picked some of our favorite tracks from the week. Here are the songs... Read more »

Premiere: Pr0files – “Forgive”

With its stomping, synthesized insistence, it would be easy to mistake Los Angeles (or, as they put it, “sunny, but twisted Los Angeles, California”) duo Pr0files’ new single “Forgive” for a thought rattling around Kavinsky’s brain. The work of... Read more »

Watch the Video for iLoveMakonnen and Drake’s “Tuesday” Remix

Twitter going up on a Tuesday. Drake drops the visuals for his remix of iLoveMakonnen’s “Club Goin Up On a Tuesday” at the stroke of midnight, which mostly takes place at a club and features lots... Read more »

Talos – “Bloom”

Our initial contact with Ireland’s Talos came on gorgeous, chilling debut track “Tethered Bones.” Seven months and over 300,000 plays later—a testament to the steady build that can accompany a great song—Talos returns with “Bloom,” another... Read more »

Public School – “Don’t Wake Me Up”

“Don’t Wake Me Up” could be a heavy-hitting, emotional alternative rock anthem. It could explode into a gigantic chorus and a turned up second verse. Drums could crash, guitars could scream, and it could be dramatic affair. But... Read more »

CHVRCHES – “Get Away”

As part of a new BBC project, Zane Lowe will be “rescoring” Drive by enlisting artists for new music to go with the film. “On 30th October at 10 p.m., BBC Three will be broadcasting Drive... Read more »

Olivver – “Freak”

Since leaving The Neighbourhood, Bryan Sammis has built up an impressive collection of tracks under the name Olivver. “Freak” is yet another winner from Sammis, and promises big things from his upcoming EP of the same... Read more »

Cam’ron Previews Upcoming Emoji App

People love emojis, but Cam’ron says the “[traditional] emojis are done.” Following in the footsteps of Lil B, Killa Cam has his own emoji app on the way, and he’s released awesome previews of the app... Read more »

Freddie Gibbs & Madlib ft. Action Bronson & Joey Bada$$ – “Knicks (Remix)”

Just when you started to forget how amazing last March’s Freddie Gibbs and Madlib album Piñata was, the two come back with a remix that brings the whole album back into rotation. “Knicks” gets a couple... Read more »

Nicki Minaj Says “Anaconda” is About “Taking Back The Power”

Nicki Minaj made waves when she released “Anaconda” earlier this year. The cover and the subsequent music video wowed audiences, but did she have a message behind the song and/or its visuals? Nicki spoke with GQ... Read more »

Download Dillon Cooper’s “X:XX” Mixtape

Just more than a year after the release of his debut mixtape Cozmik, Dillon Cooper is back. X:XX is fifteen tracks of new material with features from Azizi Gibson, Denzel Curry, and A La Sole. The... Read more »

Watch How FKA Twigs Uses Google Glass in Her #throughglass Video

Thus far, Google Glass has often been stigmatized as an invasive tool reserved for the Silicon Valley elite—users have been affectionately referred to as Glassholes. But there’s no denying that wearable tech devices, like smartphones before... Read more »

See The Bigger Picture Behind Famous Album Covers

Although the increase in streaming and move towards digital instead of physical music sales has taken the focus away from album covers somewhat, it remains impossible to talk about some albums without their classic covers immediately coming... Read more »

Lorde’s “Royals” Banned From Radio in San Francisco

There are a lot of Lorde haters. The New Zealand pop star’s ascent has been rapid, and with all the positive attention has come plenty of negative. Now, in one city, she’s banned from local radio, but the reason... Read more »

13 New Artists to Check Out at CMJ 2014

CMJ Music Marathon 2014 goes down in New York this week, October 21-25, and lots of great artists—both the well-known and the stars of the future—will be in the city. You can check out all the... Read more »

Video Premiere: Flyte – “Light Me Up”

“Light Me Up” might just be the best example of Flyte’s lovingly crafted pop music yet. The London four-piece’s latest is full of dazzling instrumentation and infectious vocals, with its accompanying video carrying the same timeless quality.... Read more »