The NY emcee opens up a new chapter with an eight-track bundle that’s packed with one liners, reflective pieces, and pensive mantras.Read More
The Toronto punks talk to Marie Rupolo and open up about 'METZ II', touring, and finding success the right way.
It’s hard not to be confused when you’re a 20-something, but luckily there’s Best Coast – a band that’s totally cool with embracing change.Read More
The British crooner meets NPR’s Tiny Desk for a few stripped-down takes of “Wildest Moments”, “Champagne Kisses”, and more.Read More
Diplo and co. prep for the summer with a posse cut that features Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Mad Cobra, and a massive hook from Travi$ Scott.Read More
Tyler’s new album is a detailed and graphic look into his mind and the only thing that’s missing is a visual companion for every recording.Read More
After being a bit cryptic with lyrics books and Instagram, Jesse Lacey and the gang kicked off their spring tour with a brand new song.Read More
The hardcore vets (plus Marmozets) continued their 18-date U.S. tour with a complete and utter thrashing of The Fillmore.
Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley revisited Toronto, sailing through their ‘Ritual In Repeat’ and ‘Young & Old’ LPs only to melt everyone’s hearts.
Kevin Parker and co. previewed their new record and said farewell to ‘Lonerism’ with a massive yet mesmerizing set at Toronto’s Massey Hall.
Brooklyn’s Matt & Kim bashed through a colorful 19-song setlist that was full of ‘Lightning’ faves, ‘Grand’ gems, and other lo-fi, party-heavy stuff.
Everyone’s favourite goofball has returned with a new mini-album cut that’s vintage DeMarco.
Hold the phone – Disclosure have returned with a club banger that samples 313 Bass Mechanics.
Sub Pop’s latest signees present a sludged-out mess of hardcore that’s FFO the label’s past.
The Philadelphia fellowship retrace their art rock, indie-prog roots with a riveting new single.
In support of 4/20, Mac’s released a new number that psychs up some reggae vibes for a minute.
Manchester’s PINS plug in, turn up, and kick out a gem for the “wanna-be’s and gonna-be’s”.