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Iamsu! Takes a Trip Down Memory Lane on ‘Yesterday’

Iamsu!'s debut full-length Sincerely Yours isn't due out until April, but the Bay Area rapper is already working hard to build momentum. Last week, he…
Dan Reilly / February 5, 2014

Hear Fat Creeps’ Psychedelic Dream ‘Comes in Loudly’

"Comes in Loudly," the latest single from Massachusetts duo Fat Creeps, is as an apt introduction to the band's sweet, smoky guitar rock. Since their…
Liz Pelly / February 5, 2014

Watch Jerome LOL Clear History in Crowd-Sourced ‘Deleted’ Video

Back in November, Los Angeles beatsmith Jerome LOL dropped "Always," a shuffling collaboration with singer Sara Z that appears on Jerome's Deleted/Fool EP. Now, the…
Kyle McGovern / February 5, 2014

Dead Heat, Formerly Esperanza, Coax Brooding Haze Out of ‘Bosco’

From Berlin's Life and Death label comes Dead Heat, an Italian trio formerly known as Esperanza. "Bosco," the group's debut single under the new alias,…
Philip Sherburne / February 5, 2014

Kelela’s Intoxicating ‘The High’ Continues Her Future-R&B Dominance

Sex-as-drug metaphors are nothing new, but Kelela's "The High" is no fleeting buzz. The latest minimalist future-R&B stunner from the Los Angeles-based, D.C.-bred singer (and…
Marc Hogan / February 5, 2014

Stream Noah Gundersen’s Powerful Debut Album ‘Ledges’

Singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen has three EPs to his name — 2008's Brand New World, 2009's Saints and Liars, and 2011's Family — but the 24-year-old…
Kyle McGovern / February 5, 2014

Radkey Bow Down to Black Sabbath on ‘Feed My Brain’ Single

Later this month, Radkey will embark on their first-ever headlining tour of the U.K. To prepare for the milestone outing, the Missouri trio — real-life,…
Kyle McGovern / February 5, 2014

2 Chainz Promises to Soil Your Lawn on ‘Ima Dog’

It hasn't been six months since the release of B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time and already 2 Chainz is on to his next project. The Georgia…
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

Watch Justin Vernon and the Roots Slow-Jam Bon Iver’s ‘Holocene’

With Jimmy Fallon's stint as the host of Late Night ending February 7, it's no surprise that he'll have a number of pals stopping by…
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

Owls Revel in Being Broke and Grubby on ‘Ancient Stars Seed’

Chicago emo-indie quartet Owls broke a decade-long hiatus in 2012 and got their act together last year to finally bring us their second album, Two.
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

Download Tree’s Newly Unearthed Soul Gem ‘More Than You Know’

Windy City MC Tree keeps racking up accolades following the January release of his @MCTREEG EP, a powerful follow-up to his Sunday School II: When…
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

The Men Long for ‘Different Days’ on Latest Barn Burner

The Men don't like to wait around. We already knew this thanks to their schedule of releasing an excellent new album every year, and now…
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

Phantogram Conjure Sad ‘Bill Murray’ on Heartbreaking New Song

Phantogram have already served up a trio of new songs from their upcoming second LP, Voices, and so far, the album looks to be full…
Dan Reilly / February 4, 2014

Watch Sam Smith Get the Taylor Swift Bump Live in London

Sam Smith, meet middle America. Taylor Swift brought the silky-voiced U.K. singer onstage during a February 2 concert at London's O2 Arena, and now Stereogum…
Marc Hogan / February 4, 2014

Hear Shabazz Palaces Member Chimurenga Renaissance’s Hypnotic ‘The B.A.D Is So Good’

Chimurenga Renaissance is a fractured hip-hop project from Baba Maraire of rap duo Shabazz Palaces, and his output is what you'd expect from one of…
Brandon Soderberg / February 4, 2014
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