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Die Antwoord Announce 'Suck on This' Mixtape, Listen to "Dazed and Confused"

On May 19, Die Antwoord will release their Suck on This mixtape, their first project since 2014’s Donker Mag. You can listen to the first track from the ‘tape, “Dazed and Confused”, which, like Kanye’s “I Am a God”, features GOD.Listen below: Continue reading

Schoolboy Q and Kanye Team Up for "That Part"

Kanye West popped up in the opening track on Chance the Rapper’s new mixtape Coloring Book, but that’s not the only piece of new music with Kanye on it. Yeezus also shows up on Schoolboy Q’s new single, “That Part”. You can download the track on iTunes. Continue reading

Chance the Rapper Releases New Mixtape: Coloring Book

Chance the Rapper has released Chance 3—officially called Coloring Book—a “mixtape” available on Apple Music. It is the official follow-up to 2013’s terrific Acid Rap ‘tape. The mixtape features guest appearances from Kanye West, Justin Bieber, Future, Jeremih, Young Thug, Jay... Continue reading

MØ Shares "Final Song"

Danish firebrand MØ has shared a new single today, “Final Song”—don’t worry it isn’t any kind of goodbye. Here is what she had to say about the track:Final Song is about reconnecting with your inner strength. With your inner glow, passion, spirit animal, whatever – the force that keeps us... Continue reading

Chvrches Share New Song "Warning Call"

Chvrches release a new song called “Warning Call”, not from a new album but from the upcoming video game reboot of Mirror’s Edge—Mirror’s Edge Catalyst. The new game tells the story of Faith, “a daring Runner who uncovers a hidden truth within the walls of the city of Glass,” and... Continue reading

Stone Roses Release First Track in 20 Years

The Stone Roses return today with their new song in 20 years—“All for One”. Surprisingly, the song was produced by Adele and Florence and the Machine producer Paul Epworth. No word if the track signals a new comeback album from the iconic band. Listen to the new single... Continue reading

Review: Death Grips, Bottomless Pit

Death Grips have never been traditional. They’ve actively avoided it for the past five years. It’d be easy to classify their outlandish antics as publicity stunts, but that’s a dangerous train of thought, because at a certain point you’d be forced to start calling the band’s entire existence one... Continue reading

Air Share Rare Track "Indian Summer"

On June 10, Air will release Twentyears, a hits and rarities compilation that spans their entire career. You can hear one of the rarities from the comp below, “Indian Summer”. The track was recorded in 2009, during the sessions for Love 2. It was originally only released as a Japanese bonus... Continue reading

Chance the Rapper Shares Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz Collab, "No Problem"

Chance the Rapper is releasing Chance 3 tomorrow. We’ve already heard “Blessings”, here is a studio cut for “No Problem”, featuring 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne. Continue reading

Review: James Blake, The Colour in Anything

It’s rather fitting that James Blake dropped his long-awaited third record The Colour in Anything in the same week when Radiohead released their own hotly-anticipated ninth record. Countless contemporary artists owe various stylistic flourishes to Thom Yorke & Co., but Blake owes them a... Continue reading

Review: Radiohead, A Moon Shaped Pool

In a brilliant marketing stunt, and a nod to Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Radiohead hit “delete” on their internet presence (and their digital past) two Sundays ago. Without warning or explanation, the band’s social media accounts were scrubbed clean. Their website’s homepage soon turned... Continue reading

Beyoncé Honors Prince with "The Beautiful Ones" Cover

In Dallas last night, the latest stop on her world-conquering Formation Tour, Beyoncé paid tribute to fallen genius Prince with a cover of one of my personal favorite songs, “The Beautiful Ones” from Purple Rain. Beyoncé has performed the song before—during her headlining set at... Continue reading

James Blake and Bon Iver Share Visuals for "I Need a Forest Fire"

The first new Bon Iver song in several years came last week on James Blake’s introspective new album, The Colour in Anything. An LP highlight, “I Need a Forest Fire”, is urgent and intimate and today Blake has dropped off its melancholic music video. Watch below: Continue reading

Reviews: Jessy Lanza's Oh No / White Lung's Paradise

Jessy Lanza’s Oh Noby Justin PansacolaJessy Lanza has no shortage of peers in the ever-expanding hazy area between experimental R&B, pop, and electronic music, so the distinguishing factors take on greater size. In Lanza’s case, it’s how little there is. Her music has depth and the ideas come... Continue reading

Grimes Drops Cameo-Heavy "California" Video

Today Grimes has shared her highly anticipated music video for “California”—though the clip features a version of the song different from what ended up on Art Angels. Watch below, and keep an eye out for its numerous cameos, including Grimes’ brother Mac Boucher, Purity Ring’s... Continue reading

Stream: Radiohead's 'A Moon Shaped Pool'

Radiohead’s first album in five years, A Moon Shaped Pool, is out now. Stream it below via TIDAL. It’s also on Apple Music. It is not available on Spotify at this time. Continue reading

Review: Kaytranada, 99.9%

No matter how hard producers may try, there’s something that will always feel completely inhuman about electronic music. It’s in the details, which is to say that they’re all perfect. The computer-aided genre is practically a glass-half-full demonstration of science versus human art. What happens... Continue reading

Review: Julianna Barwick's Will

The idea of Julianna Barwick “going digital” seemed worrying at first. Her first two albums, The Magic Place and Nepenthe, work in part because of how appealingly organic they sound. Though she layers and processes her voice to no end, these records feel raw, earthy, crafted from leaves and stones.... Continue reading

Stream Death Grips' New Album: Bottomless Pit

Death Grips released their new album Bottomless Pit today, just weeks after releasing their instrumental Interview 2016 EP. The 13-track LP features the explosive single “Hot Head”. Listen below via YouTube:Death Grips, Bottomless Pit:01 Giving Bad People Good Ideas02 Hot Head03... Continue reading

Chance the Rapper's New Mixtape 'Chance 3' is Dropping May 13

Chance the Rapper is back! His new mixtape, Chance 3, is out May 13. Check the Chicago MC (featuring Jamila Woods, Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment) premiering “Blessings” on The Tonight Show below: Continue reading

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