New Music

Hear Vic Mensa Shout Out Damon Wayans, Threesomes on ‘Major Payne’

Longtime fans of Vic Mensa might have been surprised when he set his rhyming skills to Disclosure's "When a Fire Starts to Burn," and they'll…
By: Dan Reilly / June 26, 2014

Hear Elephant Stone’s Rollicking ‘Knock You From Yr Mountain’

Canadian outfit Elephant Stone have shared a new sitar-infused psych-rock track, "Knock You From Yr Mountain," taken from the band's forthcoming album Three Poisons. The…
By: Killian Young / June 26, 2014

Hear Mono/Poly Summon the Sun on Beatwise ‘Ra Rise’

Bakersfield-bred producer Mono/Poly was born to be on Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder label. Just listen to those lush electronic burbles, atmospheric hum, unexpected melodies, and clattering…
By: Chris Martins / June 26, 2014

Hear Guerilla Toss’ Acidic, Mind-Bending ‘Cookie’

Guerilla Toss are frontrunners for the title of Most Likely to Be Heard in a Dark Underground Warehouse With Flashing Technicolor Lights, Lots of Drugs,…
By: Isabel Imperatore / June 26, 2014

Fractures’ Alt-R&B Spawns a Domestic Cold War in ‘Won’t Win’ Video

If you don't yet know Melbourne resident Mark Zito, now's a pretty good time for an good look into the singer/producer's heart and soul. Recording…
By: Chris Martins / June 26, 2014

Stream Sia’s Lonesome Ballad, ‘Big Girls Cry’

Frankie Valli was wrong. Fergie too. Big girls do cry. Or so says Sia on her new soaring ballad. And, no disrespect Mr. Valli, but…
By: Colin Stutz / June 25, 2014

Com Truise Turns Tycho’s ‘Awake’ Into a Blissful Daydream

Hot on the heels of California synth-pop trio Tycho's second full-length album, Awake, New York via Ann Arbor's iconic Ghostly International tapped Com Truise to…
By: Max Pearl / June 25, 2014

Hear Cre.scen.do’s Cosmic Shoegaze on ‘Jacqueline’s Apartment’

Newly emerging Los Angeles quintet Cre•scen•do may only have two songs to their name, but they've already managed to inhabit an uber-catchy musical space betwee…
By: Killian Young / June 25, 2014

Canyon Cody and Captain Planet Take Merengue Classic ‘Pun Pun Catalu’ to the Trap

There's something about Fania, the storied Latin label, that goes so well with summer. It was true back in its '70s heyday, when the label'…
By: Monika Fabian / June 25, 2014

Hear Mazes’ Gleeful, Guitar-Riffing ‘Astigmatism’

Since 2011, U.K. indie rock trio Mazes has churned out two full-length records of peppy and purring lo-fi balladry, and in September they're set to…
By: Colin Joyce / June 25, 2014
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