Geoff Rickly and the rest of No Devotion have revealed a dreamy vice that’s hard to let go of.
Alex Scally and Victoria LeGrand reinvent the past with a new single that pins beauty to noise.
Seattle’s La Luz preview their new LP for Hardly Art with a ’60s gem that will cave your heart in.
Toronto’s Sean Leon pays homage to Kobe with a numbing, Eestbound-produced rap stunner.
La Flame has teased his debut with a seven-min epic that spots verses from Future and 2 Chainz.
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”.
The Brampton native throws a nod to MJ with a new recording that emits its own alt R&B high.
The L.A.-via-Chicago transplants team up with Vince Staples and Bia for a true head knocker.
The Louisville-rs offer a slice of their debut album with a quick, power pop-heavy blast of riffs.
Rocky previews his new LP with a track that just grooves out and puts more Flacko in your Serato.
Over a fresh Lee Bannon beat, Jenkins puts his competition on blast and goes for the jugular.
Chicago’s Towkio steps into the spotlight with a Chance-assisted soul cut that’s hard to put down.
Tennis’ Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley revisit their affair with sailing (and gorgeous indie pop).
Conor Oberst’s punk offshoot is back with a new single that features Cursive’s Tim Kasher.
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.