Posts Tagged ‘album stream’

Stream Lorde’s Debut Album “Pure Heroine”

All it takes is one listen to Lorde‘s “Royals” to feel pretty comfortable calling the young New Zealand singer a star. She’s only 16 years old, but she represents a different kind of star, and one... Read more »

Premiere: AlunaGeorge – “Indestructible”

Since first popping up on the radar in early 2012, the British duo of Aluna Francis and George Reid have gone from strength to strength off the back of perfectly crafted pop gems. Their mix of... Read more »

Album Stream: The Knife – “Shaking The Habitual”

The Knife’s long-awaited, much-anticipated fourth album, Shaking The Habitual, is now available to stream in full. The Swedish duo have already impressed with striking videos/short films for “A Tooth For An Eye” and “Full Of Fire,”... Read more »

Album Stream: David Bowie – “The Next Day”

David Bowie‘s new album The Next Day, his first in a decade, isn’t released until March 12, but it is streaming in full right now on iTunes. Hit the link below to hear the album, and... Read more »

Album Stream: Guards – “In Guards We Trust”

Guards have slowly and surely carved out their own niche in the musical landscape, always coming correct with slack, sun-bleached verses which lead in to anthemic, widescreen, festival crowd singalong choruses. With “Ready To Go” and “Coming True”... Read more »

Album Stream: Alexander Spit – “A Breathtaking Trip to That Otherside”

Pruducer/rapper Alexander Spit‘s debut album has arrived, and it comes with features from Action Bronson, Alchemist, MFN Exquire, E-40, and BAGO. But what stands out most is Spit’s beats. Without being too flashy or over-the-top, the... Read more »

Album Stream: Toro Y Moi – “Anything in Return”

Toro Y Moi will release his third album, Anything In Return, on January 22nd. Since coming onto the scene and being stuck with the “chillwave” label, Chazwick Bundick has been in a constant state of evolution, steering... Read more »

Album Stream: A.C. Newman – “Shut Down The Streets”

A.C. Newman‘s Shut Down The Streets is out on October 9th, and Huffington Post comes through with the stream a week early. Says A.C. of his latest project: “Here is my album, Shut Down The Streets.... Read more »

Album Stream: Tame Impala – “Lonerism”

Australian psychedelic rockers Tame Impala will be releasing their second LP, Lonerism, in a week’s time. While some suggest that waiting makes things better, I’m going to brush that sentiment aside completely and tell you that... Read more »

Album Stream: Miguel – “Kaleidoscope Dream”

Miguel is a competitive person. In an interview with Power 99, he broke it down: “I’m just gonna say, Don’t nobody out there step into my fucking lane. Stay where you’re at. I’m a competitive person... Read more »

Album Stream: The Mountain Goats – “Transcendental Youth”

October is a good month to start weening yourself off the ditzy pop anthems you’ve been singing all summer and get into something that more appropriately matches this shift into less sun, more cold, and sweeping... Read more »

Album Stream: Flying Lotus – “Until The Quiet Comes”

Renowned and respected LA beatsmith Flying Lotus will release his experimental yet accessible fourth album, Until The Quiet Comes, on October 2nd, but as of today you can stream it in full courtesy of NPR. Featuring... Read more »

Album Stream: The Killers – “Battle Born”

We got a small sample of The Killers‘ upcoming album with “Runaways,” and now we can stream the entire project before its September 18th release. The band is streaming their album on iTunes, where you can... Read more »

Album Stream: Matthew Dear – “Beam”

Matthew Dear‘s Beam drops on August 28th, and after getting a couple tastes of the album, we get a full album stream thanks to NME. He keeps things experimental and lively, but opens things up with... Read more »

Stream Hudson Mohawke and Lunice’s TNGHT EP

Hudson Mohawke and Lunice are ruthless on their new TNGHT EP. There is a certain limit, call it The Red, at which point music becomes malicious, and this duo of producers has shattered that breaking point... Read more »