New Music - Page 187

Gabriel Kahane Weaves Intricate Melodies on ‘Bradbury (304 Broadway)’

The contemporary musical landscape can't boast too many artists who survey classical, musical theater and pop culture to inform their works. But Gabriel Kahane does…
Colin St. John / April 24, 2014

Big Freedia Twerks Toward New LP ‘Just Be Free’ With Frenzied ‘Explode’

And here you thought Big Freedia was already blowing up. The champion of New Orlean's frenetic, twerk-friendly style of hip-hop known as bounce music is…
Marc Hogan / April 24, 2014

Watch Kasper Bjørke’s Slow-Burning Seduction Unfold on ‘Rush’

This isn't Copenhangen producer Kasper Bjørke's first time in the bedroom. The musician has released his sultry, slow-burning electronica on labels like Eskimo, Mirau, and…
Puja Patel / April 24, 2014

Scotland’s Clouds Go ‘Dumpster’-Diving Through Perc’s Techno Wreckage

Let's hear it for truth in advertising. The British producer Perc came correct when he came up with the titles for his second album, The…
Philip Sherburne / April 24, 2014

Flume Blesses Lorde’s ‘Tennis Court’ With Wild Beats

Australian beat-beast Flume has taken on Lorde's "Tennis Court." That's the "yeah" song for those not so good with titles, and Pure Heroine's opening track which…
Chris Martins / April 23, 2014

Torres, Sharon Van Etten, the War On Drugs, and More Team for ‘New Skin’

Singer-songwriter Mackenzie Scott, formally known as Torres, ropes in some impressive names for her latest haunting folksy missive, "New Skin." The guest list includes: Sharon…
John Surico / April 23, 2014

Hear Melted Toys’ Alluring Synth-Pop Gem ‘Blush’

This summer, Melted Toys will release its self-titled debut album, the follow-up to 2011's watery Washed & Dried EP. In advance of the upcoming set,…
Cynthia Orgel / April 23, 2014

Hear Pompeya’s Lively Pop-Funk Ode to ‘Night’

Last year, Pompeya debuted its animated pop-funk with a collection of 12 shimmering tracks appropriately dubbed Tropical. Now, the Moscow-based four-piece is on the cusp…
Cynthia Orgel / April 23, 2014

Beyonce and BOOTS Have ‘Dreams’ About You on New Song

The Queen's latest (surprise) album, Beyoncé, benefitted greatly from the touch of an inconspicious, Brooklyn producer who goes by the name BOOTS. So it's only fair that "Dreams"
John Surico / April 22, 2014

Lose Yourself to Trance With Little Dragon’s ‘Let Go’

"Our aim is to make music for people to escape into or dance to," Little Dragon drummer Erik Bodin told SPIN in 2011, right before…
John Surico / April 22, 2014

Trash Talk Trumpet New Album ‘No Peace’ With Savage ‘Cloudkicker’

Trash Talk will release their new album, No Peace, on May 27 via Odd Future Records, the Los Angeles hardcore group has announced. The follow-up to…
John Surico / April 22, 2014

White Lung Tear Body Image a New One on ‘Snake Jaw’

White Lung's fearsome racket carries with it a potent personal perspective. That stays true on "Snake Jaw," from the Vancouver punks' upcoming album Deep Fantasy. The follow-up to…
John Surico / April 22, 2014

Stream SFV Acid’s Cheerful Breakup Album ‘Amber’s Stuff’

SFV Acid's Amber's Stuff is pretty chill for a breakup album. There is no wailing, no rending of garments, no raging against the dying of…
Philip Sherburne / April 22, 2014

Hear Dub Thompson’s Festering Anti-Love Song ‘No Time’

Dub Thompson have, uh, dubbed their debut album 9 Songs, but the upcoming LP actually contains eight tracks. Main men Matt Pulos and Evan Laffer shared one cut back…
Kyle McGovern / April 22, 2014

Hear Big Search’s Folk-Soul Dream, ‘Game of Images’

You may not know Big Search by name, but you've likely heard his voice or touch — Los Angeles' Matt Popieluch is the former singer…
Chris Martins / April 22, 2014
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