The first track from the Montrealers’ new album riffs out, spirals upwards, and crashes with bliss.
The Scotsman teams up with Irfane and rumbles into the pop realm in the loudest way possible.
The Philly pop punks retrace a dark memory and colour it in with a hard-hitting shot of intensity.
Earl returns with a gloom-and-doom cut and a stack of quotables that will crush your windpipe.
Kevin Parker and co. unwind an electrified class of psych rock that will take will off your clothes.
Into It. Over It., Dowsing, and Kittyhawk collide on the best thing to hit “emo” since Vanilla Coke.
The Philly foursome place a kaleidoscope on their own abject reality and let everything get loud.
The God Bless Toronto affiliate swings with a bit of artistry on his new self-produced rap track.
The L.A. producer switches things up and goes in with a little help from Chi’s Chance The Rapper.
Cudi re-emerges with a Ratatat-sampling effort for those who “have a lonely heart out there”.
The Louisville rockers preview their new LP with a multi-toned banger that’s exceptionally groovy.
Yeezy has finally revealed the studio version of his new single and it’s all you’ve ever wanted.
The B.C. buds have signed to Lefse and their latest alt gem with suck you in for hours on end.
Diplo’s project is back and with a new lyric video, featuring contributions from DJ Snake & MØ.
The 20-something troubadour from Fort Worth, TX, is a reminder of how decadent soul can be.
With METZ II on its way, the trio have released a new song that will crack your skull wide open.
The Gruesomes are back and their latest tune thrashes, cuts deep, and makes a scene.
The Athens, GA quartet are releasing a new LP in April and its first single is pure blues gold.
The New York architect teams up with Lykke and The xx’s Romy for a dose of explicit sadness.
In one fell swoop, KDot’s new single pops, locks, and runs amok with a grimy Boi-1da beat.
Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff’s new album single swings for the fences with lines on lines on hooks.
UMO are back and their latest sound bite is flirty, original, and packed with an inescapable hook.
The Vancouver outfit draw blood from OFF! and Single Mothers and go straight for the jugular.
Issac Brock and co. get political, addressing western concerns and everything they’re tied to.
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.