New Music - Page 192

Watch Quilt’s Free-Spirited ‘Tie Up the Tides’ Video

Quilt first took shape while co-founders Anna Fox Rochinski and Shane Butler were students at Boston's School of the Museum of Fine Arts. "Our early…
Kyle McGovern / February 11, 2014

Stream the Tontons’ Lusty ‘Make Out King and Other Stories of Love’ Album

The Tontons may take their name from a giant snow lizard seen in Star Wars, but don't rush to judgement; the Houston crew are well-versed…
Kyle McGovern / February 11, 2014

Kan Wakan Score Urban Cowgirl’s Adventure in ‘Forever Found’ Video

Kan Wakan combine deep soul, dramatic folk, and orchestral pop for a noir-kissed sound that could re-score a vintage James Bond flick with ease and…
Chris Martins / February 11, 2014

Hear Christine Hoberg’s Expert Beatbox Skills on ‘Actions’

Singer and composer Christine Hoberg has a penchant for outré vocals. Case in point: "Actions," the beatbox-driven second single from the Brooklyn songwriter's sophomore studio…
Kyle McGovern / February 11, 2014

Hear Betty Who’s Lush Love Song ‘Heartbreak Dream’

Love songs have been lucky for Australia-spawned pop singer Betty Who: Last Fall, "Somebody Loves You," from her debut EP The Movement, was used as…
Jem Aswad / February 11, 2014

Vic Mensa Raps Laps Around Disclosure’s ‘When a Fire Starts to Burn’

Alongside Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa was one of the early gifts from Chicago's SAVEMONEY crew — another lithe-tongued MC with a knack for sing-song…
Chris Martins / February 11, 2014

Marissa Nadler Haunts Your Memories in ‘Was It All a Dream’ Video

Boston-based ghostly folkie Marissa Nadler released her seventh album last week. July finds her sounding more haunted then ever thanks to the power of her…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Rick Ross Unites With Former Enemy Young Jeezy on ‘War Ready’

Rick Ross' Mastermind at last has a release date and a track list. We've heard the early Jay Z-assisted single "The Devil Is a Lie,"
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Watch Phantogram’s Sexy Light Show in ‘Fall in Love’ Video

For the past two months, Phantogram have diligently teased their long-awaited second album with a steady stream of tracks and music videos. The "Fall in…
Kyle McGovern / February 10, 2014

The Walkmen’s Walter Martin Yodels With Karen O on ‘Sing to Me’

The Walkmen declared an extreme hiatus in December, then confused the issue by announcing a reunion show in January. Of course, that NBA All-Star Weekend…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Blondie ‘Pass’ on Sochi Olympics Gig, But Russian Police ‘Get Lucky’ Again

Like the legend of the phoenix, the Russian Police Choir's performance of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" has risen once again. This time, the group reprised…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Todd Terje Shows Off His Space-Disco Skills on ‘Delorean Dynamite’

Todd Terje has been lending his name to luxuriant and hypnotic space-disco singles and remixes for roughly a decade, but the Norwegian DJ/producer's debut album…
Marc Hogan / February 10, 2014

Hear Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks Soften on ‘Little Fang’

Last year, Animal Collective co-leader Avey Tare unveiled his new band, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, a self-described "jazz power trio" featuring ex-Dirty Projectors member Angel…
Kyle McGovern / February 10, 2014

Py Soundtracks Bummer Valentine’s in ‘Swimming Slow’ Video

London's Py is blessed with a deeply soulful coo and an ear for richly produced bass music that matches the mood. Her forthcoming single "Swimming…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

The Doppelgangaz Revel in an Off-Kilter World on ‘Peace Kehd’

The Doppelgangaz, an upstate New York rap duo consisting of EP and Matter Ov Fact, have been cultivating a cult rap fanbase since 2008's eerie…
Phillip Mlynar / February 10, 2014
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