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Open Mike Eagle Is a Superhero on ‘Very Much Money (Ice King Dream)’

Open Mike Eagle is a Project Blowed alum who honors that estimable past by continuing to poke and prod at hip-hop's future. In 2010, the…
Chris Martins / May 1, 2014

Basement Jaxx Tease First Album in Five Years With House Jam ‘Unicorn’

Basement Jaxx make their welcome, dancefloor-pleasing return with new track "Unicorn," streaming below. The jubilantly pulsating house track — with female vocals insisting you "jump…
Marc Hogan / May 1, 2014

Chance the Rapper Declares ‘I Am Very Very Lonely’ on New Song

After a stunner of a Coachella performance that involved a surprise Justin Beiber cameo, Chicago star Chance the Rapper fell ill and was forced to cancel…
Chris Martins / April 30, 2014

NYPC Delivers Echoing Disco-Pop on ‘Sure As The Sun’

NYPC, formerly known as the British dance-punk group New Young Pony Club, have returned after nearly a seven year hiatus in preparation for the release…
Jen Jamin / April 30, 2014

Download the Cardini & Shaw Remix of S.R. Krebs’ Sultry ‘Criminal’

Sarah Rebecca Krebs bounced from her native Mississippi through New York, South Dakota, and San Francisco before finally making her way to Paris. That's where…
Philip Sherburne / April 30, 2014

Hear Gazelle Twin’s Noise-Pop Disruptor ‘Anti Body’

Last we heard from Brighton, England's Gazelle Twin, she'd just released the wonderfully disturbing, Cronenberg-inspired video for her bleak-banger of a single, "Belly of the…
Chris Martins / April 30, 2014

Hear Hockeysmith’s Stirring, Electro-Infused ‘Hesitate’

Back in February, England's Hockeysmith shared the flickering, drippy music video for "But Blood," the title track from the sister duo's upcoming debut EP. Now,…
Kyle McGovern / April 30, 2014

Hear Pharrell Stay Happy Under the Hat on Bright ‘Smile’

Pharrell must've known he was in for a blockbuster year. The smash from the Neptunes producer's new solo album, G I R L, is — of course…
Marc Hogan / April 30, 2014

Late Guest at the Party Deploy Electro-Pop Stunner ‘Atmosphere’

Back in 2011, Italian synth-pop quartet Late Guest at the Party left their scenic, seaside hometown of Rimini for (where else?) Brooklyn. Since then, they…
Cynthia Orgel / April 30, 2014

Sharon Van Etten Seizes the Day With ‘Every Time the Sun Comes Up’

With Sharon Van Etten, it always comes back to the voice. It was right out in front, with only guitar and the sparest backing, on…
Marc Hogan / April 29, 2014

Hear Kelela and Tink Join Forces on Bubbly R&B Flirtation ‘Want It’

Two artists whose stars on the rise have crossed paths. Figures their meeting would lead to a love triangle. "Want It" pairs Los Angeles-based R&B…
Marc Hogan / April 29, 2014

Papertwin Cast Synth-Pop Haze on Disarming ‘Alkaline’

Brooklyn's Papertwin already have two EPs to their name, and soon they'll have a third. On June 17, the dream-pop trio — composed of Max Decker (vocals,…
Jen Jamin / April 29, 2014

Big K.R.I.T. Looks Down on Rap Drama From Unforgiving ‘Mt. Olympus’

If any rappers are overlooking Big K.R.I.T. right now, that's okay; he's overlooking them, too. The Mississippi MC and producer seamlessly melded Dirty South grit…
Marc Hogan / April 29, 2014

Perfect Pussy Loudly Redecorate Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Candy’s Room’

Perfect Pussy are still out touring relentlessly in support of their roiling March debut Say Yes To Love, but they found time to lay down…
Colin Joyce / April 29, 2014

Stream Kite Party’s Shimmering ‘Come On Wandering’ LP

Kite Party has long been one of Philadelphia's best-kept secrets. The quintet's debut album, 2011's Baseball Season, was a refreshing blend of emo and echoing…
David Zisser / April 29, 2014
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