Over a Vinylz beat, Sean, Drake, and Ye erupt with bars that are facts and facts that are bars.
Ty Segall’s right-hand man returns with another infectious guitar-pop piece that rules indefinitely.
The L.A. producer has previewed his new LP with a track that ties “Electric Wizard to R&B”.
The New York twosome lash out at love and the dudes who dream about ivy league sweaters.
Frank O has finally revealed some new music and beneath the keys and reverb, it’s all the heart could ever want.
The Irish songwriter returns with a Rick Rubin-produced single that places his graphic honesty in a heavier frame.
K. Dot’s new album single isn’t what you’d expect but it’s what you need so click on and love yourself.
Previewing their fifth LP, TVOTR’s new track is a melancholic slab of ear candy that will pierce your heart.
The 6 emcee takes another step in the right direction with a drinks flowing collab that was made for playlists.
Brooklyn’s LVL UP will make your head spin as their new album single pairs well with PBR and making out.
Killer Mike and El-P are returning with RTJ2 this fall and their new single is like ear candy but for evil robots.
“Don’t bother me, I’m working” – Chaz Bundick’s offshoot glides at its own pace to deliver a graphic form of soul.
The pride of London, ON, have returned and their debut album’s lead single is a poignant kick to the mouth.
New Gaslight is obviously new Gaslight but Brian Fallon and co. rip apart heartstrings on their new album single.
Setting loose another first, Tim Presley’s new single psychs up some crystal clear, Ty Segall-produced alt pop.
Solo lets another slug go with this soulful title track that spots The O”My’s and preaches the Migos gospel.
Jenny Lewis’ new Beck-produced single reaches for a whiskey glass and provides an intimate look into Voyager.
Charlie Yin’s rework of the great R’s classic nails the original right on the head – for both you and your boo.
It’s June which means summer is here which also means you need to make out to the sounds of Tennis.
Avi Zahner-Isenberg’s project has announced a new album called At Best Cuckold and this single gets intimate.
The Almighty Ghost teams up with Toronto’s BadBadNotGood and that ol’ Danny Brown for a chilly head bopper.
Every Time I Die have detailed From Parts Unknown and its first single will likely headbutt your danger zone.
The Chi-towner connects with YG and Mustard on a dripping wet single that’s headed straight for the clubs.
Grab a cigarette, some matches, and a glass of whiskey – Parquet Courts’ new recording is a 5 a.m. delight.
Indie punk gets a little bit frantic again as the Olympia, WA outfit strip it down and cut teeth with “Television Man”.
The New York indie rockers have announced a new album called LOSE and “Jackson” is pure bliss, man.
The Brooklyn songwriter’s third album single hits a new high, taking an extremely fragile state to a new dimension.
Joyce Manor have signed to Epitaph and there’s a lot to celebrate as a new single plus album equals new coffee mug.
No one’s really petrified of arrows, especially if they’re Australian and into psych pop that can induce a perma-high.
Weezy is back and if you don’t believe us then you need to listen to his new collabo with Drake and Boi-1da/Vinylz.